Driftwood - £193,750Take a tour
|Moored at:||Bath Waterside & Marina|
|Boat category:||Dutch barge|
|Builder:||J L Pinder|
|Engine type:||Diesel inboard|
|Engine make:||Perkins 6.354|
|View by appointment:||Yes|
Driftwood is a 65ft long x 12ft 6in wide Dutch barge built by J L Pinder Boats in 2001. She is fitted with a Perkins 6.354 diesel inboard engine and has 4 berths.
Driftwood is a wide beam Dutch Luxe Motor Barge built by J L Pinder. It has been refitted by the present owners at considerable expense and offers a fitted kitchen and appliances including a Rayburn oil fired cooker providing hot water and central heating, double berth master cabin at the bow and two single bunks in the stern cabin. The lounge and kitchen are midships. She is powered by a Perkins 6.354 diesel inboard engine with only 260 hours run. Engineered hardwood flooring is laid throughout the boat. The glazed roof hatch, wheelhouse and side windows ensure good natural light.
Driftwood is fully equipped with every convenience for living afloat and must be seen to be appreciated.
- March 2025
- September 2013 (Epoxy)
Hull & superstructure:
-Steel reported 10/6/4/4
- Rounded Stern
- Perkins 6.354 135hp
- Vetus Electric
- Shore Power
- 24 volt Victron 2500kw Inverter
- 70am charge (built into Inverter)
- Built in Lombardini Generator
- 2 x engine start
- 8 x domestic
- 2 x bow thruster
- Rayburn to 6 radiators
- Morso Squirrel Stove
- Jabsco Pump Out
- The galley is beech with solid beech worktops
- The saloon panelling is beech veneer
- The flooring is bamboo engineered wood throughout, with a large rug in the saloon.
- 6ft 6in
Please note: this is not a survey report and all pre-owned boats are sold without warranty.
The information provided is based on a superficial inspection carried out by us and information provided by the vendor. No guarantee is given or implied regarding the specification, but descriptions are given in good faith as could be ascertained at the time of inspection. Aquavista takes no responsibility for the accuracy of this information and recommend the use of a marine surveyor to establish the condition of the vessel.