Moon River
35’ Cruiser stern Narrowboat

Price:
£30,000
Property Details
 
4 Bedrooms
 
1 Bathroom
Description:

Available to view at Roydon Marina village

Length/ Boat Style:

35’ Cruiser stern narrow boat

Year Built:

1990

Hull By/ Fit out by:

L & M

Layout stern to bow:

Bedroom-Dinette, Galley, Bathroom, Saloon/Bedroom (Very flexible)

Engine and gearbox:

Vetus 4.7 KW

Engine hrs/Last Service:

18.02.2022

Berths:

2/4

Boat Safety Certificate:

06th June 2025

Last Blacking & type:

September 2019 / Bitumen

Hull thickness:

10:6:5:4

P/out or Cassette:

cassette

Internal cabin height:

6’ 2”

Insulation:

Polystyrene

Last Survey:

2019

Batteries:

1 x Starter & 2 x Leisure

Electric Supply:

Engine, Domestic Batteries, 2 x 300w Solar Panel, 1200w Inverter, Battery Charger/ Solar mppt 100/50, 240v & 12v sockets, 12v lighting through out

Hot Water Supply:

Engine, calorifier

Cabin Heating:

Solid Fuel Stove

Gas Cylinders No & type:

1 x 13Kg - Propane

Bedroom - Dinette description:

Dinette with storage under

Galley description:

4 Burner gas hob, 12v Fridge, Stainless-Steel sink/drainer, wooden worktops and storage cupboards and drawers

Saloon description:

LB shaped bench seats with storage drawers beneath that converts into a bed, Multifuel stove with tile surround

Bathroom Description:

Wetroom/shower, basin with vanity, cassette toilet

About this boat:

River moon is a lovely little boat, very well equipped and has been well maintained and loved. The internal layout is very flexible and currently set up as a 2/4 berth but this can easily be altered to suit individual needs.

35’ Boats like Moon River are very rare so early viewing highly recommended.


Disclaimer

Disclaimer: Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these specifications, no guarantee is given or implied as to their accuracy. These particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. Lakeland Leisure Estates Ltd advises prospective purchasers to obtain an independent survey in order to satisfy themselves as to the condition of the craft from a qualified Marine Surveyor.