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NIGHTINGALE
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Length: 47ft 0in

Builder: Mike Gration

Fitter-out: Stephen Goldsbrough

Style: Trad

Year: 1991

Certification: BSS Certificate to 2023

Engine: Beta Marine 1505 diesel

Bow thruster: None

Plating: 10/6/4

Last out of water: 2018

Water tank: 230 gallons (approx) integral water tank

Headroom: 6ft 3in

Fit-out materials: Hull sides are lined in carpet; Cabin sides & headlining (ceiling) lined in oak ply panels; Bulkheads (partitions) in oak blockboard; Framing in sapele

Insulation: Rockwool

Berths: 2+0

Berth sizes: 6ft 2in x 4ft 0in permanent double with interior-sprung mattress (NOTE: 2 additional berths can be created by using an air mattress or by changing the free standing seating)

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Fridge: Inlander 4cu ft 12V fridge

Washing: None

Toilet: Traveler pump-out wc with fresh water flush on 40 gallon (approx) polypropylene tank

Shower: Acrylic bath with shower over, curtain and vinyl surround

Cooker: Stoves Newhome 11.4kW freestanding cooker with 4 burners, oven & separate grill

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

Cabin heating: Alde Compact 2928 5.8kW room sealed gas boiler

Mains 230V: Sterling 1.8kW modified sine wave inverter

Other: Hull survey conducted November 2019 and report available to read. Well maintained boat offering comfortable boating for two. Glazed cratch board and cover

Location: ABNB at Crick, Northants





Price: £33,000

Current status: Available

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Nightingale was previously operated as a hire boat in the Napton Narrowboats fleet, one of Britain s premier hire companies, so will have been consistently maintained, including a replacement engine in 1999, before her retirement in 2008, when she passed into private ownership with engine servicing carried on at regular intervals. On entering her cabin, adjectives like cosy and homely spring to mind, traditional rose and castle panels contrast nicely with the soft furnishings. Whilst not featuring all the latest modern equipment and technology, she has everything on board, except your personal belongings to just untie the ropes, start the engine and set off on your new adventure. The internal fitout is by well known and respected Stephen Goldsbrough, who has created an interior using hard-wearing, chunky materials with nice little touches such as the Boatmans cabin style drop-down table for mealtimes. Heating is provided by a near silent running, gas fired, Alde boiler supplying panel radiators, but it could be possible to fit a solid fuel stove if required and the electrical system could be upgraded by fitting a ring main, inverter/charger and associated protection.

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