60ft Semi-trad Narrowboat
Available now, moored at Stafford.
Originally built as a liveaboard boat in the 1990s by John South and fitted by starline cruisers for a liveaboard couple.
Newly painted by Trevor Councel and freshly blacked bottom in 2021.
New front and rear canopies.
New fenders fore and aft.
All new flooring.
She sleeps 4 with a Double bed and adaptable double dinette.
Bedroom includes 3 drawer unit and large wardrobe with hanging rail and shelf, all newly fitted 2021.
Large shower unit, vanity unit with sink, and pumpout toilet (recent full service 2021) with large holding tank.
Galley includes a gas oven/hob, sink/drainer, room for a microwave, Morco gas water heater, wine rack, 7 storage units and a Shoreline 12v fridge.
At its heart is a solid fuel Stovax fire and wood / coal box for those cozy nights aboard.
The dinette can be configured into a double bed, diner style facing seats with table in the middle, or L-Shaped corner unit.
At the front of the lounge are two corner units providing extra storage, drinks cabinet, and power/aerial point for an entertainment system.
Under cover of a canopy accomodating 6ft tall crew members, the aft has access hatches to engine, weed hatch, and battery boxes, two large benches, and under-seat stowage for a mooring hardware (included). Canal art adorns the rear double doors, leading to the tiller.
Through the inner doors (with sliding hatch) there are steps leading to more storage for tools and spare parts, and access to the solar charge controller and 240V inverter.
The fore deck has a large area with 2 storage lockers, water tanks, gas bottles locker, and ample seating.
Engine is air cooled Lister 3 cylinder.
Plug-in point for mains power, plus auxiliary power from 2 x 120W solar panels with 3 domestic batteries and a starter.
An inverter adds 240c to the 12v system, controlled by victron management and solar charge controller.
Freshly updated, ready to go with new boat safety certificate, NB Margarita is on the market for £50,000 and comes with all mooring hardware, anchor, spares, history and handover.