Location Bow, London
beautiful Norfolk Broads, Wild’s Caribbean Norfolk Broads river cruiser, liveaboard. 40′ × 12’6″.
Eleanor K has been a home for at least 10 years since being decommissioned from Hoseasons back in the day as a hire boat on the Broads.
Built in Horning, around 1970, to last. The GRP hull is an inch thick, 1/
The photos are a bit dated, the sofa in the lounge is slightly different now.
There are 3, 9’×9′ rooms.
Bedroom at the back, with wardrobes, vanity unit and sink.
Fitted platform, queen sized double bed.
Eberspacher, with blow vents to the rear and central of boat, needs a service.
Galley kitchen, full size gas cooker and diner, barley leg flap down table and 3 fold up chairs, the middle room, with shower/compost loo off here and lounge at the front.
Multi fuel burning stove
Tons of cupboards.
The Green Canvas cover at the front is around a seated area or storage.
Inboard 2.5 diesel injection engine
And 15 hp, 4 stroke, Taihatsu, outboard engine.
So suitable for all seasons.
Looking for £30,000
Compare with other boats for a similar price.
Each cabin/room is about 9′ ×9′. Ceilings are 6′ average height from front to rear.
Bear in mind, as GRP, (fibre glass), very little maintenance is required beneath the water.
They can be get washed and anti fouled, for removal of growth that clings to the hull and sacrificial anode replacement, attached to the propeller, but it’s not imperative.
Unlike steel boats that require frequent blacking and can rust, requiring over plating, that can cost £1000s, depending on boat length and extent of damage.
As I mentioned, the hull is an inch thick, so very strong.
Continuous Cruising, in East London at the moment.
Thanks for looking