38ft Narrowboat for Sale , Built 1990
Description & Specification
Camelot is a is a 38ft cruiser stern narrowboat built by Springer in 1990. She is fitted with a Thornycroft diesel inboard engine and has 3 berths
BSC Expires: August 2019
Last blacked: July 2014
Accommodation – Forward
Bathroom :- Approx. 3ft 8in walkthrough design with a shower ; washbasin with vanity unit under and ‘Porta potti ‘ cassette toilet .
Saloon : Approx. 11ft open plan design giving excellent use of the available space . Includes a ‘Morso’ solid fuel stove in a tiled surround fitted to starboard with a fitted corner cupboard opposite including TV and radio/cd player . There is also a large 2 seater futon that makes up into a double bed ; with fitted cupboards under the gunwale opposite with a side hatch above . 2x 240v sockets .
Galley: Approx. 10ft fitted to the port side and includes , a Stainless steel sink / drainer with ample cupboard storage under ; ‘Flavel’ cooker with 2 burner gas hob , grill and oven . Gas ‘Camping Gas fridge . Also the location of the ‘Paloma ‘ gas water heater . 2x 240v sockets . Opposite the galley is a two seater Pullman style dinette with storage under the seats .
Extras:Forward cratch and cover .2x 13 kg propane gas
Fitting out Deckhead ( ceiling ) , cabin sides and hull sides all pine T&G
Flooring : CarpetHeadroom: 6ft 2in
Galley Equipment‘ Flavel’ cooker with 2 burner gas hob , grill and oven .T618 ‘Camping Gas fridge
12v lighting throughout with 240v via landlineBatteries1x engine start 3x domestic
HeatingWater heating:‘Paloma’ gas water HeaterCabin heating :‘Morso’ Squirrel solid fuel stove
Hull & SuperstructureHull last Blacked July 2014Hull reported 6mm steel plate
Camelot is a homely boat, and is an ideal introduction to narrowboating. She is clean and dry and ready to go cruising
You are welcome to visit us to view Camelot during our opening hours of 9:00am to 5:00pm Wednesday to Monday, with our office only closing on Tuesdays
Boat Sales is located in the chandlery
Planning approved residential moorings, most with electricity and water, are provided for 120 boats. The River Soar, River Derwent, and Derby .