Motor BoatsTrawlerYachtUnited Kingdom
A stunning one off Steel trawler yacht designed by the renowned naval architect Jay Benford and professionally built in the westcountry. Built to an exemplary standard with safe and sturdy seakeeping in mind combined with a completely individual and beautifully finished interior offering complete comfort. 'Jane Anne' will appeal to those with extended cruising in mind and equally to those who simply want to live aboard in comfort. From the French canals to the Norwegian Fjords, all await the arrival of this very special 'little ship'. Viewing comes highly recommended in order to appreciate both the character and high level of finish.
Autonautic binnacle compass
NAV Computer: HP Pavillion PC Running full Nav gear
Digital Yacht AIS Reciver
Mtech DSC VHF
2 burner hob
Oven with grill
Bosch Microwave oven
one and a half sink with mixer tap
Morso Squirrel multifuel stove
Valiant Balanced flue combi boiler
2 x 13KG propane cylinders
Electric flush WC
2 x electric bilge pumps in the engine room
2 x electrics bilge pumps forward
2 x electric diaphram pumps for sink/shower
Lofrans electric windlass
50KG cast anchor with 100m galv chain
20 KG bruce on stern 10m galv chain and 50m nylon warp
38ft Steel Trawler Yacht designed Jay Benford Design in 2005
Built by M&P Steel Craft Ltd of Devises in 2008 and finished by Will Tricket Boats in 2013.
Surveyed by Chris Berry, Marine Surveyor to certify RCD Standards
Built to an impressive specification
Large engine bay with easy access via the guest cabin and plenty of space to work on both engines with ease.
ENGINES AND STERN GEAR
2 x Beta Marine 43HP on 3:1 hydraulic gearboxes and Aquamarine self aligning couplings
40mm stainless shafts with Tides marine SureSeal dripless seals and 3 blade bronze props
Wet Exhaust system through Vetus water-lift boxes
8 x 6v 225Ah deep cycle wet cell batteries
2 x 12v 200Ah Sealed Cell
2 x 70A Engine alternators serving the engine batteries
1 x 150A alternator serving the domestic batteries
3.5kva generator running from port engine
2 x 250w PV solar panels servicing the domestic batteries through smart controller
Victron 800w inverter
UK standard 3 pin sockets through RCD breaker
2 x 150 gal fresh water (through PAR pressure pump)
4 x 75 gal fuel tanks
1 x 75 gal holding tank
Beautifully finished accommodation to sleep up to 5 in 3 cabins all with a wonderfully homely feel through. Sustainably sourced solid oak interior throughout with reclaimed Victorian floorboards. The accommodation comprises:
With permanent seating and table, Multi fuel stove, storage and linear galley with gas hob, full sized oven and grill, double sink and fridge.
Boasting the best view of the house! a wonderfully light area which although fully functional and practical, retains the character of the boat including a seating area and single berth conversion.
A huge cabin with a full sized double 'island' double bed, lots of storage space and hanging lockers all clad in beautiful western red ceder.
Two single bunks
Full sized shower, basin and electric flush WC
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