Wednesday, 20 April 2011

Pick of the week - Reeves 58ft

This one's listed on Apollo Duck. Click to view 
It's over our notional budget but it's worth a look. (We might win lotto!)
Positives: decorative timberwork, nice cratch cover and seating area, well cared for.
Negatives: don't like suspended basins - no storage!
Price: GBP 69,950   
Builder: Reeves

Model: 58 Semi Trad

Year constructed: 2007

Engine model: Beta 43

Engine power: 50 HP

Engine hours: 1460

Length over all: 58'

Fuel capacity: 240 Litres

Water capacity: 700 Litres

Built and fitted to high standard by Weltonfield Narrowboats in 2004 on a Reeves shell.
Ss a bespoke boat it stayed on dry land as customer withdrew from the sale.Hence First registered and commissioned in 2007.
B.S.S. Cert Nov 2011.
Beta 43 Greenline engine with PRM 150 hydraulic gearbox. 1460 running hours on the clock.
4 x 135Ahr batteries.
Nobel hydraulic bow thruster.
Whispergen sterling computerised encased power unit (generator)and Victron 12/2500 combi unit.
12mm base plate. Blacked October 2010.
Lockgate Diesel Stove with eco fan to distribute heat throughout the boat.
Central heating by radiators run by engine or generator.
Fitted throughout in Maple with solid Maple wood floors and doors.
Large chrome portholes and 3 Houdini hatces in lounge kitchen and bedroom.
Side hatch with choice of perspex or net cover for when doors are open.
4'6' bed with bespoke folding matress and base.
Feature stained glass window, wardrobe and drawer space.
Bathroom with full size shower, Santicompact vacuum toilet with remote tank and glass wash basin and heated towel rail.
Cupboard with washing machine and storage space.
Galley with Smev oven, grill and hob (gas).
Full sized fridge, Microwave and double bowl stainless steel sink.
Dinette that converts to double bed. 2 freestanding chairs to seat 4 at table.
2 leather recliners with footstool in lounge. lots of cupboard space all in solid maple. LED spotlights throughout the boat.
Cratch area with 6'6'' headroom.Wilson 6 zip cratch cover with steel cratch board.
Choice of 3 removable tables (small medium or table from dinette) to seat 4.
High spec boat with many additional features such as intercom system from galley to deck.

1 comment:

Nick Bowles said...

The portholes are not chrome but nickel plated, by a Formula 1 outfit who are friendly with Weltonfield. The same company did Foggy's Ducati forks. Weltonfield reckon this would have cost £15000 alone.