Narrow Beam Canal Cruiser, Understood to be Built by Thomas Clayton around 1935, 72 ft length, Timber Hull & Topsides with Wrought Iron Frames / Knees, The vessel was inspected whilst afloat and was found to be of composite steel and timber construction to her hull and timber construction to her topsides, with timber hull sides and bottom and forged steel (iron) frames set square to hull centerline.She has been modified at some stage with a long length of substantial channel section steel fitted to her topside planking internally below gunwhale level and this member is believed to have added to her structural integrity.
Access is through side opening doors and forward and aft doors from cockpit.
Helm area is fully aft from open aft deck in traditional style.
Cabin internally is divided by curtains where appropriate and comprises saloon with settee / berth forward and loose drawer units in traditional painted style port and starboard with galley with sink and gas cooker to starboard and refrigerator and storage to port. Further aft is passageway with basic storage and w/c area and doorway to engine space, with engine central and batteries in open stowages to starboard.
Forward of main cabin area is a cockpit with raised storage area and foredeck area with planked finish.
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