Motor BoatsCanal and NarrowboatssoldCousins of Nottingham ( SOLD)
Lady Emily is a 45ft long x 6ft 10in wide narrowboat built by Cousins of Nottingham in 2000. She is fitted with a Beta Marine 30HP diesel inboard engine and has 4 berths.
Lady Emily is a tidy well designed narrowboat and her size (45ft ) makes her ideal , weather you are looking for a family leisure boat or a floating home. she offers , well designed interior space and amenities including solid fuel stove and oven / hob .
Hull & superstructure:
-Beta Marine 30HP
- 240v via landline
- Inverter ( supplied not fitted )
- 1x engine start
- 1x domestic
-Morco gas boiler
-Solid Fuel stove
-681 Litres Approx.
-181 Litres Approx.
Accommodation from stern / bow:
Saloon: Approximately 8ft 2in long.
-light and open saloon , with a fitted settee that converts into an occasional double. there are two fitted cupboard adjacent the door and some loose cupboard storage . in the corner of the saloon is a pot belly style solid fuel stove in a tiled surround.
Galley: Approximately9ft long.
- the galley protrudes slightly into the saloon allowing for cupboards on both sides of the boat, this gives extra storage and worktop space . The worktops are Formica with ample cupboard storage under. Amenities include : 4 burner gas hob / oven / 240v fridge / sink and drainer .
Shower Room : Approximately 6ft 4inx 4ft long.
-fitted to the port side the shower room includes a good sized shower ,Thetford cassette toilet , wash basin with vanity unit .
Bed room Approximately 6ft 5in long.
- double bed 6ft 5in x 4ft with storage under
Please note: this is not a survey report and all pre-owned boats are sold without warranty.
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