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This is a super boat situated on a residential berth in South Dock Marina. It has 5 berths shared between 2 cabins, one to the forepeak and one aft. The forepeak is a twin single berth that can double as a saloon and dining room. The wheelhouse can also accommodate seating with an upholstered bench and a space for a table.
This Huffler 35 in-shore sailing barge is suitable for inland waterways, like the Medway in Kent and the Norfolk broads. The mast was added by a previous owner and has a drop down centre-board keel.
Built by: Peter Nicholls (Yacht Builders) Ltd
Where built: Napton... read more
Type: Dutch ex-Sailing Klipperaak
Build date: 1913
Build at: Appelo, Zwartsluis, Holland
Dutch Registry Nos: AN1290 and 694B Zwolle 1940
Historic Registry No: 132
Length Overall: 25.55m
Hull material: Riveted Steel - 6mm plating
Beam Overall: 5.01m
Water Draft Fwd: 0.380m
Water Draft Aft: 0.990m
VAT tonnage: 43.23 tonne
Primary Propulsion: Engine
Engine: DAF DS575 turbo 120 Hp Diesel
Controls: Single lever Morse type control
Gear box: Newage PRM
Bilge pumps: 3 Autobilge
Steering: Reverse mounted steering wheel via english screw driven rudder.
Bow Thruster: Hy... read more
This steel motor yacht would make a great home, it has 2 double cabins nicely separated by a midships wheelhouse saloon accessed via wooden sliding side doors. This bright saloon is a good size with large windows, a sofa and a wood burning stove. The interior has been recently renovated with a new coat of paint and some contrasting hardwood trims and joinery details. The stove has a new tiled backdrop and slate hearth. The wheelhouse saloon puts a nice separation between the cabins, a bonus if you are considering sharing.
The master cabin double bed is also a good size with access all roun... read more
If you are looking for something different, then this boat is for you. In contrast to the bright exterior; the interior brings to mind industrial steampunk luxury with the use of copper pipework wall light and shelf details, exposed bulb filaments and dark wood finishes. There are a variety of reception areas, the main interior zone is the living room with desk, sofa and wall mounted electric oil filled radiator. This space leads to the kitchen area and wheelhouse, with electric induction hob, fridge, washing machine, marble counter top & ceramic sink. Wooden blinds soften the light fr... read more
This is a sturdy watercraft on a berth in South Dock Marina is perfect for adventures on the water or as a full time live-aboard in this vibrant community.
It is very accommodating internally with a beautifully fitted out interior, wood floors, granite work top, tiled shower room and wooden details.
Well made details and joinery throughout with plenty of storage, matching panelled walls, fitted appliances, double glazing, ceiling and wall mounted lights, and a bubble stove.
This boat is being sold on a berth in the popular South Dock Marina which is a very well run marin... read more
NP456 is a pontoon built by Neptune Marine in Holland and aquired in May 2016.
The pontoon is a EuroPontoon 6017 type and has been owned by the current owner since new and is currently lying on its moorings in Rainham, Essex.
3 seperate quotations have been obtained for getting NP456 dry docked, surveyed, repainted and re certified, one in Holland, one in France and one in the UK.
Further information regarding these quotations can be supplied on request.... read more
This boat has it all; captivating heritage, generous scale, enviable interiors and perfect entertaining spaces. Not to mention a great mooring in the popular community of South Dock Marina, which can be enjoyed from a back deck area for alfresco dining or on the foredeck for sunsets.
The interior wood paneling and brass nautical details throughout the boat are really striking from the moment you enter. The impressive and spacious galley leads to a lower deck saloon and dining room, with a centrally positioned wood burning stove kicking out cosy atmosphere vibes.
Beautifully kept in... read more
This vessel started its life as a Thames Lighter Barge and was then fitted out as a 4 bed Houseboat.
Aphrodite II is a steel hulled, 2 floor fully enclosed space and is currently being used as a series of office spaces on the upper level with a fully fitted kitchen, with a lower saloon, bar storage and workshops on the lower level. There are 2 bathrooms on board which are connected to 2000 litre black water tanks. On the forward deck there is a dumb waiter that enables easy moving of goods from the top deck down into the lower forward storage compartment.
Included in the sales price is ... read more
This lovely passenger vessel and hero ship has had a glorious past, it has spent most its life entertaining passengers navigating the inland waterways and in particular the River Thames, and was part of Project Dynamo which rescued men from the beaches during the WWII evacuation from Dunkirk. This is one of 2 sister ships, named Mutt & Jeff, and was built by Joe Meers for his successful passenger operation in 1923. Jeff worked the River Thames, from Westminster to Old Swan Pier, before it was bought by another charter company and worked from Boveney Lock near Windsor. After a spell at... read more
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The stunning sleek profile of this blue, white and black Dutch Sailing Barge, originally built in Netherlands in c1925, is really impactful. The steel helm steering wheel mounted on the aft deck, looks over the cabin house which consists of five parts, of differing heights, providing natural light with hatches and deck lights to the accommodation below.
With a complete refurbishment inside, it has been kept in very good condition and is on a residential mooring in the popular boating community of South Dock Marina. When you enter down the elegant wooden staircase to the accommodation, the ... read more