|£47,000 Per Item ||
Aldermaston Wharf Berkshire UK|
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Two Hoots is a well presented boat with capacity to take up to 6 crew suitable for leisure cruising or possibly liveaboard purposes.
Entering from the traditional stern, passing through an engine room , steps descend into a rear bedroom cabin. Here there is a good sized cross double berth with surrounding cupboards and shelving.
The bathroom is next which is fully tiled and comes complete with WC, shower with full glass screen and contemporary table top basin. A wall mounted towel rail provides a source of heating.
Moving through the boat, there is a dinette area with seating and table which conveniently converts into a further double berth.
The galley is brightly decorated with cheerful yellow tiled walls and smart painted kitchen units under a hexagon tiled effect work surface. There are additional wall units for storage, stainless steel sink and drainer and under counter fridge. Steps opposite lead to a hatch opening which supplies further light and ventilation.
Finally there is a saloon area at the bow of the boat. This has an L shaped seating area and additional bench which again converts into a further double bed. There is built in corner unit and cupboard for storage. A solid fuel stove provides additional heating to the radiators fitted within the boat. Steps lead to the bow deck.
12 months leisure mooring for the price of 9 at Gayton, Anderton, Alvechurch or Kings Orchard Marina when purchasing this boat.
If you would like to make an appointment to view - please contact Aldermaston Wharf.
|Vessel name:||Two Hoots|
|Builder:||R & E Engineering|
|Engine model:||Lister Petta|
|Length over all:||62'|
Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these details is not guaranteed. They are intended as a guide only and do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate to employ a qualified marine surveyor to inspect the vessel.
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.