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30m converted "double decker" Dutch Barge

This converted Dutch Klipper is currently subdivided into three fully equipped self contained "flats" with separate entrances - which include
  • 3 living rooms,
  • 3 kitchen/diners,
  • 3 bathrooms,
  • 1 additional wc
  • 5 double bed cabins. In addition she has front and rear outer decks,
    plus a 16 metre upper deck  (behind the wheelhouse).
This barge has multiple possibilities including the following:
  • Could revert to spacious family accommodation;
  • Has possibilities for purchase by "boat sharers":
  • Very suitable for home and income;
  • Could readily function as a "boats hotel".
She is, and has been, well loved, and well maintained, over her many years and various incarnations. Built in 1913 in Rotterdam, initially working the Dutch canals as a cargo boat, then converted in the 1960s to ply her trade in Amsterdam, as a double-decked function boat - for private events. She then transferred to the Thames over nine years ago, to provide spacious family accommodation, and more recently, home and income.

Specifications include the following
  • Length 30m
  • Beam 4.30m
  • Draft - approx. 1m unladen
  • Air draft: 4.20m reducing to 3.80m when wheelhouse is collapsed.
  • Twin General Motors 6 cylinder diesel engines (with very low mileage)
Black water sewage disposal system
Several bathroom/kitchen macerator/pump systems
Diesel central heating radiators throughout

This is a reluctant sale at 175,000 due to change of circumstances.
Currently moored in Central London.
Sorry but, unfortunately, the mooring is non-transferable - hence the reduced price.
Viewings by appointment for the seriously interested (definitely no time wasters!).
For further information contact the owner on:

Tel:  Mel  07740 282  567

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