Leicestershire, East Midlands
Motor BoatsCanal and NarrowboatsavailableGT Boat Builders
As Time Goes By is a 57ft long x 6ft 10in wide narrowboat built by GT Boat Builders in 2001. She is fitted with a Beta Marine diesel inboard engine and has 4 berths.
As Time Goes By is a distinctive boat with modern and bright interior interior fixtures and fittings, including a washing machine and bold colours.
– April 2025
– September 2019
Hull & superstructure:
– Beta Marine 37.5HP diesel inboard
– None fitted
– Shore power
– Battery charger
– 1 x engine start
– 4 x domestic
– Calorifier by engine
– Log burning stove
– Porta Potti chemical toilet
– Painted cabin lining and deckhead
– 6ft 7in
Accommodation from stern:
Shower : Approximately 2ft 11in long.
– As you enter from the stern of the boat the WC is fitted to port adjacent a large attactive glass shower surround
Galley: Approximately 10ft 9in long.
– The galley is fitted to both sides of the boat and also includes a breakfast bar with 2 stools . The worktops are wood , with more then ample cupboard storage under . Amenities include sink/ drainer / ‘ Thetford ‘ oven and grill / 2 burner gas hob / 12v fridge / washing machine and Microwave oven .
Saloon : Approximately 15ft 9in.
– The Saloon is open plan and the best way to describe it is bright and vibrant with 2x settees including one that coverts into a double berth . also included is a TV and a nest of tables .
Bedroom:Approximately 6ft 6in x 5ft
– The bedroom takes up the bow of the boat and is raised , allowing for storage under.
Please note: this is not a survey report and all pre-owned boats are – without warranty.
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