- 8 berth
- Location: Blackwater Meadow Marina
A 68ft 2007 Viking Afloat 8 berth cruiser stern narrowboat. Available from 2nd November 2020.
Tyr will be retiring from the ABC boat fleet at the end of the 2020 season, and is now looking for a new owner. At 68ft and with flexible bedding arrangements, this 8 berth boat is ideal for families or groups who wish to escape to the waterways.
Entering through the cruiser stern, there is storage immediately to the right. Continue through the boat and there is the first bedroom cabin. Bedding in this cabin can be configured as a double or 2 singles.
Past this bedroom cabin is the first bathroom. This is equipped with a shower, a pump out toilet and a sink.
This leads on to the second and third bedroom cabins, both of which can be configured as 2 singles or a double berth.
Next is the second bathroom, which is fitted with a toilet and sink.
At the bow of the boat, is the galley and saloon. The galley is fitted with a Vanette oven and hob , an Inlander fridge and a sink and drain unit. The saloon offers a dinette, which can be conveniently converted into either a double berth or 2 singles, if required.
Viewings are available between hires, please contact Blackwater Meadow marina for more details..
|BW index number||515186|
|BSS certificate expiry||17th January 2023|
|Location||Blackwater Meadow Marina|
|No. of Berths||8|
|Double beds (temp)||1|
|Single beds (temp)||2|
|Overall length||68 feet|
|Overall beam||6 feet 10 inches|
|Overall headroom||6 feet 4 inches|
|Style of stern||Cruiser|
|Hull ID No.||CB-ALVHVT65L606|
|Last hull blacking||2017/12|
|No. of anodes||--|
|Last serviced date||2020/06|
|Last serviced by||Blackwater|
|Shaft diameter||1 1/2"|
|No. of gas cylinders||4|
|Gas cylinder size||13 KG|
|Fitted by||Viking Afloat|
|Hull sides||Oak faced ply|
|Cabin sides||Oak faced ply|
|Deckhead||Oak faced ply|
|Bulkheads||Oak faced ply|
|Cooker||Hob, Grill, Oven|
|Cooker model||Vanette 4000/2, Vanette GG700|
|Toilet tank capacity||--|
|DC voltage||12 volt|
|No. of batteries (start)||1|
|No. of batteries (domestic)||3|
|Other remarks||Hot water can be produced by the engine and heating system|