Special Crick Show Promotion 3 Months FREE Boat Storage
Book to have your boat fully repainted at Crick Boat Show and receive 3 months free storage at our Marina*. Now taking advanced bookings. Offer closes last day of the Crick Show. Contact us or fill in the form below and we'll call you back.
Sobriety is a 57ft cruiser style reverse layout narrowboat built 2012 as a demonstrator and launched in 2013 by Orchard Marine.
Attractively painted in a Royal Blue, Cream & Red livery the exterior has been finished with polished silver and chrome furnishings to great effect.
The reverse layout interior comprises of an aft galley, breakfast bar, and living area with captain’s chairs & stove, offset bathroom and fore bedroom with a fixed double berth.
Internally the cabin is panelled in oak with a hardwood trim and finish. Rich in colour and detail the oak fit-out is married to a hardwearing veneered oak laminate floor.
Equipped for cruising the boat includes a 1.8Kw inverter, Webasto central heating, Morso solid fuel stove and a Candy washing machine ideal for marina lay-overs.
Used extensively as a retreat but without accruing many engine hours Sobriety is a well-cared for and attractive boat.
Galley Worktops : 40mm Oak worktops with inset stainless sink
Toilet : Thetford Cassette C-200
Shower : Quadrant shower enclosure with chrome thermostatic mixer and white marble effect Aquaboard
Basin : White ceramic handbasin with chrome mixer tap
Paintwork : Predominantly Cream and Oxford Blue with Red coachlines
Side Doors : 1 set to the Galley
Lockers : 2 x Bow seat lockers, 2 x gas lockers aft
Windows : Caldwells full Hopper windows in polished silver with secondary double glazing
Sold as seen inclusive of general cruising equipment. Nest of wooden tables. Plus many extras including kitchen equipment.
Any information relating to the history or condition of the Boat supplied by the Company is only as supplied to the Company by the Seller and the Company cannot be held responsible and shall not be liable in any way if such information proves to be inaccurate. It is the responsibility of the Buyer to ensure that all particulars given in the course of the purchase of the Boat are accurate. Such particulars are intended only as a guide and do not constitute a term of any contract.