Mollie Lane - £43,500

Mollie Lane Narrowboat

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Mollie Lane

Boat category: Narrowboat
Berths: 2+2
Length: 50ft
Width: 6ft 10in
Draft: 2ft 1in
Builder: Peter Nicholls
Engine type: Inboard Diesel
Engine make: Vetus Mitsubishi 4.14HP
Stern type: Traditional 
Layout: Standard
Year: 1987
View by appointment: Yes

Mollie Lane is a 50ft long x 6ft 10in wide narrowboat built by Peter Nicholls in 1987. She is fitted with a Vetus Mitsubishi 4.14 diesel inboard engine and has 4 berths.

Mollie Lane is a lovely, light and airy narrowboat benefitting from polystyrene insulation,  permanent double berth and 2 chair beds, two skylights and a hip bath with shower over.  Mollie Lane would be ideal for both leisure or liveaboard.  Well worth viewing!

BSC expires:
- June 2025

Last blacking:
- 2022

Hull & superstructure:
-Steel 10 / 6 / 4

Stern type:
- Traditional

- Vetus Mitsubishi 4.14

Bow thruster:
- None fitted

- Shore power
- C Tek 10A battery charger
- Victron 350w inverter
- 2 x 50w solar panels with Victron 75/10 controller

- 1 x engine start
- 2 x domestic

Water heating:
- Calorifier by engine
- central heating boiler

Cabin heating:
- Diesel MV
- Puffin solid fuel stove
- Radiators

Water capacity:
- Approx 680 litres

Fuel capacity:
- Approx 160 litres

- Macerator pump out with remote tank

Fitting out:
- Teak or Iroko T&G

- Vinyl

- 6ft 2in


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.


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