South Dock Marina London UK|
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This boat has it all; captivating heritage, generous scale, enviable interiors and perfect entertaining spaces. Not to mention a great mooring in the popular community of South Dock Marina, which can be enjoyed from a back deck area for alfresco dining or on the foredeck for sunsets.
The interior wood paneling and brass nautical details throughout the boat are really striking from the moment you enter. The impressive and spacious galley leads to a lower deck saloon and dining room, with a centrally positioned wood burning stove kicking out cosy atmosphere vibes.
Beautifully kept in remarkable condition by a diligent maintenance regime, this comfortable and very accommodating Humber Keel motor barge has a large kitchen, big saloon with 8 seater dining table, 3 cabins (sleeps 6), a large bathroom and loads of storage.
The sale price of boat includes the 10% of selling price payable to Southwark Council for the transfer of the residential licence fee. If required the boat can be sold with out the licence and the sale price would be adjusted accordingly.
Original Function: Cargo Vessel
Sub Functional Area: Coasting
Type: Humber Keel
Builder: Richard Dunston of Thorne
Build date: 1931
Length overall: 70.95 feet (21.64 metres)
Tonnage: 78.17 (Gross Tonnage)
Boat displacement: 48.6 Tonnes
Depth: 7.28 feet (2.22 metres)
Beam: 16.26 feet (4.96 metres)
Primary Propulsion: Engine
Engine: 1939 Kelvin inboard diesel
Galley: Heritage range stove, Fridge, Freezer, Dishwasher
Saloon: Wood burning stove
Dining Room: Large 8 seater dining table
Cabin 1: Master cabin (dims)
Cabin 2: Twin Cabin
Cabin 3: Bow cabin 2 berth bunkbed
|Vessel name:||Gainsborough Trader|
|Vessel type:||Humber Keel|
|Builder:||Richard Dunston of Thorne|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||1939 Kelvin inboard diesel|
|Length over all:||21.64m|
|Displacement:||48 metric tons|
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.