The simple answer is yes!... With more people enjoying stay-cations and exploring what the great UK outdoors has to offer we have experienced an extremely high demand for all types of inland waterways vessels from bespoke new builds through to project boats with many boats being sold before they even have been marketed.
WHY CHOOSE AQUEDUCT BROKERAGE
Operating for over 10 years
We can arrange for your boat to be collected from anywhere in the country
No obligation free valuations offered anywhere in the country
AWARD WINNING MARINA
Aqueduct Brokerage is part of Aqueduct Marina 4 times winner of inland marina of the year as well as recently being voted south Cheshire chamber of commerce's 'ambassador of the year'
TRUSTED BRITISH MARINE MEMBER
Long standing member of British Marine which is a symbol of quality, trust and honesty in the British marine industry
Coby is a 54ft cruiser style narrowboat built by Dartline Narrowboats 1996 and fitted by John Dytch to a very good standard.
Both internally and externally it’s quite obvious that this boat has been cared for very well.
The interior has a clean and welcoming appearance with deep warm woodwork rather than a cold modern panelling.
Externally the boat was shot blasted and repainted 2016 at great cost, attractive with a simple Blue, Black and Silver colour scheme Coby looks great today. Finally, the cruiser stern has an elegant seating area which is both comfortable and functional too.
Equipped with a modern Canaline 42Hp engine and robust PRM 150 gearbox Coby’s modern engine has only accrued 1,118.3 hours.
Also equipped with a 1.6Kw combi inverter, 3.5Kw travel power generator, a dishwasher and a washing machine Coby may make a nice little live aboard or long-term cruiser?
Overall, Coby is the perfect example of how nice a boat could be at 23 years old, this is thanks to the re-investment and commitment owners of Coby have had to the continued maintenance every narrowboat needs but often doesn’t receive.
For more info or to arrange a viewing just call 01270 525 040 and speak to a member of the Aqueduct team…
Hull Builder: Dartline Narrowboats
Fit Out: John Dytch
Cabin Headroom: 6’4”
Original Steel Thicknesses: 10/6/4mm
Boat Safety: BSSER-326333/17 valid until 25th April 2021
ELECTRICAL & GAS
Alternators: 1 x 80A (12v) & 1 x 3.5Kw (230v) Travel Power
Batteries: 5 x Domestic & 1 x Starter (New starter battery 2020)
Galvanic Isolator: Yes
Inverter/Charger: Victron 1.6kw combi inverter-charger
Lighting: 12v LED lighting throughout
Gas: 2 x 13kg propane cylinders
Entertainment: Non fitted
HEATING & WATER
Water Tank: Integral Steel 150 Gallons
Stove: Solid fuel stove
Central Heating: Eberspἅcher Diesel
Hot Water: Supplied by engine and central heating via calorifier
ENGINE & MAINTENANCE
Engine: Canaline 42HP
Engine Hrs: Only 1,118.3 recorded 11th December 2020
Engine Servicing: Last serviced August 2020 by Owner
Gearbox: PRM 150 D2
Bow Thruster: None fitted
Fuel Tank: 65 Gallons
Last Blacked: Last blacked February 2020 with Hempadur Epoxy also fitted with 4 x 2.5Kg anodes and new rudder bearings
Additional welding and others works carried out by Aqueduct Marina.
Insulation: Not recorded
Fit Out: Cherry & Oak veneer panelling throughout
Flooring: Water resistant wood effect laminate
Seating: 2 Grey armchairs with foot stools with fold into single beds
Cooking: Vanette 4 burner gas hob and separate oven & grill
Fridge/Freezer: Fridge freezer 487/1314 (230v)
Washing Machine: Indesit combi Washer Dryer
Coby is also fitted with a Mele Dishwasher
Galley Worktops: Mottled grey/pink laminate with a hardwood trim. New lighting and kitchen cupboard doors.
Toilet: Sealand Traveller pump-out WC
Shower: Cream tiled shower enclosure
Basin: Cream inset sink with mixer tap
Paintwork: Blue with silver coachlines and signwriting
Side Doors: 1 x set to starboard side
Also fitted with a Houdini hatch to Galley
Lockers: 1 x Stern and 2 x Foredeck
Windows: Aluminium hopper style
Coby is supplied with the following included:
• Vacuum cleaner
• 2 x Boat poles
• Fire resistant curtains
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.