60’ x 12.5’ Dutch Barge replica

Property Details
4 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms

Length/ Boat Style:

60’ x 12.5’ Dutch Barge replica

Year Built:


Hull By/ Fit out by:

Sagar Marine

Layout stern to bow:

Aft cabin/Wheelhouse/galley/saloon/bathroom/master bedroom

Engine and gearbox:

Beta Marine 90hp



Boat Safety Certificate:

March 2024

Last Blacking + type:

2016 2 pack epoxy

Hull thickness:


Inspection hatch and location:

Inspection for bilges, and prop shaft is via the weed hatch

P/out or Cassette:

2 x pump outs



Last Survey:


External Covers:

Wheelhouse roof



Side Hatches and location:

2 side doors in wheelhouse, emergency escape hatches in both fwd and stern cabins.


5 : 1 x starter 1 x generator and 3 leisure

Electric Supply:

Mains hook up, 7k generator, 3k inverter , 600a solar panels

Galvanic Isolator:


Hot Water Supply:

Engine webasto and immersion heater

Cabin Heating:

Webasto, solid fuel stove

Central heating type:


Gas Cylinders No+type:

3 x 32kg

Galley description:

Built in gas cooker oven with separate grill, 4 ring rob microwave

Lounge description:

Traditional design with a solid fuel stove. Sideboard with cupboards on the starboard side.
Full size TV. Display shelf with overhead lockers separates the saloon from the galley

Dinette description:

There is a dining table to seat 4 in the wheelhouse

Bedroom 2 or boatman’s description:

The 2nd cabin is at the aft of the vessel and is completely self contained with 2 x ¾ beds shower
room and a pump out toilet

Master Bedroom description:

King sized double walk round bed. Under bed storage 2 wardrobes cest of drawers and bedside cabinets

Bathroom description:

Full sized bath with shower over. Basin with vanity unit, pump out toilet and an airing cupboard.


Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these specifications, no guarantee is given or implied as to their accuracy. These particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. Lakeland Leisure Estates Ltd advises prospective purchasers to obtain an independent survey from a qualified Marine Surveyor to satisfy themselves as to the condition of the craft.