33ft x 7ft Dawncraft Cruiser .
” I’ve lovingly refitted her. She’s a brilliant livable boat and lots of fun to drive. There is no mooring with the boat so she’ll need to moved from from its current location in Solihull near Birmingham asap. There are lots of moorings in Birmingham and Solihull that I can recommend to you. Features: -3 years left on boat safety certificate -Brand new 2000w inverter so you have power when out cruising -Sea Panther Marine engine with keel cooling (Please read below) -Handmade oak cupboard doors -New tongue and groove cladding throughout -12v lights -Fibreglass hull in good condition and of course no rusting so no need for expensive blacking. -New double lined curtains -2x12v batteries around 2 years old so plenty of life left in them -Plenty of 240v plugs and one with usb ports next to the bed -12v USB plug to charge your phone from the batteries with voltage display -1x 12v Engine starter battery around 2 years old -2 months old Quest chest style 3 way fridge which runs on 240v shore power, 12v battery power or gas £300 new -Lots of storage under the bed and sofa -New log burner and tiled hearth installed. Keeps the boat super toasty. -New vinyl flooring installed -Repainted interior with Valspar scrubbable paint -Roof racks installed to store wood and coal etc -Lots of new wiring added -Brand new battery charger -Plug in electric cooker -2 year old custom cratch cover which folds away easily so you can cruise with the top off -Hydraulic steering -Centre cabin position (Great for cruising) -Electric shower -Belfast Sink and industrial copper tap -New 12v water pump -Casstte toilet The last resort has low ceilings with around 5’7 head room. I’m 6ft but it hasn’t bothered me too much as most of the time I’m either on the sofa or the bed. However the centre cockpit has plenty of headroom so you could do your cooking in there if height is an issue. Engine is currently out of action. I think it’s the starter motor, so I have ordered another one which you can get installed or install yourself. There’s also a fair bit of wiring to do for the instrument cluster and ignition etc. I have too many things on to tackle it so I’m asking for less than what I’d ideally like to allow for your mechanic costs. You are welcome to get a mechanic to have a look before you buy. One of the diesel lines needs rewelding onto the diesel tank, easy job for a welder. The steering is a little stiff so this will need looking into too. I can put you in touch with a good boat mechanic. Two windows are cracked, but they have been covered so there are no leaks.”