: 1921 Dutch steel barge 21m x 3.45m.
Kromhaut 5 cylinder engine (Gardiner, made under licence in Holland, circa 1960)
4 x 200 aH domestic batteries
100 amp mastervolt 24v battery charger
240v inverter mastervolt
6kw (continuous)13kw (30 mins) inverter
2 x 1000L stainless steel water tanks
Pressurised water system
2 x 200 litre diesel tanks
Front cabin - fitted out with double bed, cupboard and shelving.
Separate WC with holding tank and hand basin.
Large main salon –Full refurb, professionally fitted throughout. Morco 11litre water heater, brand new newworld gas oven and hob cooker. Multifuel wood burner. Stylish custom fitted seating area which sleep four. Drainage and fridge
Large wheel house with lounge area and access to the back cabin and engine room, which is under the wheelhouse.
Aft cabin, recently professionally fitted to a high standard includes a very spacious double bed, and a wet room with additional cassette toilet. Plenty of cupboard space and fully insulated
The vessel had a full survey in September 2015 and underwent a full restoration. Was fully repainted, blackened and new iodes were added. The integrity of the hull is in very good condition and has had ultrasonic testing to be above 7mm in all areas. She has been out of the water three times since then and the hull is in very good order.
The heating is powered by a ebersbacher hydronic 10 which heats 11 radiators throughout the boat, it also has a califier installed which has not been commissioned, which is dual functions on electrics as well. All have recently fitted to a professional standard.
Major restoration works included a full refit of the electrical system which has been upgraded to a professional standard with full boat safety accreditation. The power works off mains while on shore and the 240 is powered through a inverter from the batteries while offshore which is tested and works well .
The engine is a kromhalt 5 cyclinder108hp, built in 1963, it has recently been services and used over the summers and performed perfectly with no issues. It has lots of power and sits at 4/6 knots easily. The vessel is compliant within the boat safety scheme and I drained all the tanks, cleaned them and reinstalled all of them.
The bow thrusters are very effective and work off of the domestic batteries, which have been recently professionally commissioned.
Tramp is very easy to sail and has been a great for our family holidays, we now wish to seek a larger vessel, hence putter her up for sale.
Tramp is currently moored at Brentford Dock Marina, a picturesque spot opposite Kew Gardens. The mooring is available for the buyer. This is a non-residential leisure marina, but with an allowance of up to four nights per week on board, so it is very handy as a pied-a-terre mooring for people working around London. The mooring fees are currently £1277.43 per quarter, inclusive of VAT.
L.O.A. (length overall)
: United Kingdom