Serena - £7,500

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Moored at: Ventnor Waterside & Marina
Boat category: Inland cruiser
Berths: 2
Length: 27ft
Width: 6ft
Draft: Unknown
Builder: Norman
Engine type: Petrol outboard 
Engine make: Honda 15HP
Year: 1982
View by appointment: Yes

Serena is a 27ft long x 6ft wide inland cruiser built by Norman in 1982. She is fitted with a Honda 15HP
petrol outboard motor and has 2 berths.

Serena is presented in good condition and has everything you need for spending days out on our beautiful inland waterway system this summer. Her canopy is in good order and she is well equipped including hot water and a solar panel to keep the engine start battery topped up. There is a good sized wood burner oven with pan heating plates.

BSC expires:
- May 2025

Last anti fouling:
- Unknown

Hull & superstructure:

- Honda 15hp

- Shore power
- Battery charger
- Inverter
- Solar panel

- 4 x Trojan deepcell 6v batteries

Water heating:
- Gas boiler

Cabin heating:
- Gas heating

Water capacity:
- 50 litres

Fuel capacity:
- 15 litres

- V berth in bow
- Dinette converts into double
- Curtains
- Carpet
- Upholstered cushions
- Storage cabinets

- gas water heater
- Woodburner oven & hot plates
- Stainless steel sink with drainer
- Mixer tap
- Storage cupboards
- Fridge

- No toilet
- Wash basin

Cruising Equipment:
- Fenders
- Ropes
- Windlass
- Pins x 3

Safety equipment:
- Fire extinguishers
- Fire blanket

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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