|Tingdene Boat Sales - Thames and Kennet Marina|
|Thames and Kennet Marina, Carversham Lakes, Henley Road, Reading, Berkshire, (Postcode for sat nav RG4 9RA), RG4 9LQ, UK|
|Contact:||Guy Girling / Nathan Kipling|
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|Tax Status:||Tax Paid|
Reading Berkshire UK|
Banks-Martin may be a new name in boat-building but the company s two directors have a background in iconic British boat brands, such as Sealine. Now based in Kidderminster, the business is looking to build on the traditions of the past while introducing a higher standard of craft to the inland industry. The Beaulieu30 is the first of its range of boats aimed at river cruising in the UK. Tingdene Boat sales have taken on the retailing from all 9 of their offices as the Banks Martin 30 and other planned models fill the gap between Viking River Cruises and Cranchi Yachts already both Retailed by Tingdene.
The Beaulieu takes its name from the alternative spelling of nearby Bewdley on the River Severn.
At first glance the boat appears much bigger than its just-under 30ft length would suggest, and it certainly looks far more refined and modern than many of the surrounding GRP cruisers on the river most of which are based on designs produced 30 years or more ago.
The Beaulieu has a low-wash semi-displacement hull, unlike many comparative cruisers that have a planing hull, which isn t ideal for low-speed cruising
This example was built as the display bot in 2019 and is to be replaced in 2022 so is now available for purchase to an exceptional specification which includes:- Bow thruster, Diesel on board generator, All electric galley, Large shower compartment, 5 berth accommodation, Simulated Teak decks, LED TV to list a few of the options fitted
|Vessel name:||UNNAMED EX DISPLAY BOAT|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Length over all:||9.1m|
|Hull material:||Glass Fibre|
Whilst every care has been taken in there preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate to have the vessel fully surveyed, inspected and sea or river trialed depending on location of the boat