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PATHFINDER
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Length: 61ft 8in

Builder: S M Hudson

Fitter-out: S M Hudson

Style: Trad with bmc

Year: 1998

Certification: BSS to 2023

Engine: Beta Tug BD3 diesel

Bow thruster: None

Plating: 15/6/4

Last out of water: October 2019

Water tank: 150 gallons (approx) stainless steel

Headroom: 6ft 2in; Boatmans cabin 5ft 6in

Fit-out materials: Hull sides are lined in oak ply panels; Cabin sides & headlining lined in oak feature bead tongue & groove boarding; Bulkheads in oak ply panels; Framing in dark hardwood; Engine room is scumbled & painted

Insulation: Spray foam

Berths: 2+4

Berth sizes: 6ft 4in x 4ft 8in permanent extending double with interior-sprung mattress; 5ft 5in x 5ft 2in or 6ft 0in x 3ft 6in double across bench seats in saloon; 6ft 0in x 3ft 6in cross double in Boatman s cabin bed box, with 4ft 4in x 2ft 0in child s single

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Fridge: Fridgemaster 3.5cu ft 12V fridge; Coolmatic 1cu ft 12V freezer

Washing: Zanussi Studio automatic washer

Toilet: Traveler pump-out wc with fresh water flush on tank

Shower: Shower in tiled cubicle with aluminium & glass bi-fold door

Cooker: Vanette 4000/2 6.6kW hob; Vanette GG7000 3.3kW oven & seperate grill

Water heating: 11 gallons (approx) lagged calorifier heated by engine and central heating boiler

Cabin heating: Mikuni MX40 diesel boiler to rads, Morso solid fuel stove, Premier solid fuel range

Mains 230V: Landline, Victron Multiplus 2kW pure sine wave inverter/charger, Electrolux Travelpower 3.5kW 230V engine driven generator

Other: Glazed cratch board and cover

Location: Grand Union Canal, Leicester Section





Price: £62,500

Current status: Available

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Pathfinder has distinctive josher style bow, low deck, portholed elevation, replica rivets, pigeon box and signature bulkhead rings packed into her just under 62ft length. There is a Beta 3-cylinder engine situated in its own engine room forward of the Boatman s cabin, both of which are traditionally scumbled and painted. You may not have considered a boat of this style but it has many benefits, in inclement weather steering is a real pleasure with the warmth of the range at your feet and the delicious smell of a casserole slowly simmering away on the range. Secondly you have the added advantage of a totally separate sleeping cabin for family or friends, plus with the engine further away from the steerer, mechanical noise is greatly reduced, allowing you to enjoy the mellow note from the exhaust stack. Pathfinder is a good looking boat which is in need of an owner with time to spend and a little DIY knowledge to bring her back to her formal glory.

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