|Moored at:||Poplar Waterside & Marina|
|Engine type:||Diesel inboard|
|View by appointment:||Yes|
A very special narrowboat and certainly one of the most admired in our central London marinas, Alchera is from the renowned boatyard of Tim Tyler.
Built in 1995, with a Kubota diesel engine and measuring 42ft, she is an extremely sound boat. Last out of the water in 2020, when she underwent blacking, replacement of anodes and a full survey. This revealed an excellent bill of health, showing a sound hull and no issues at all.
The interior has been completely re-fitted, creating a bright, contemporary style, incorporating all the home comforts you need for full time living aboard.
- Central heating that can be put on a timer; so no messy solid fuel although there is ample space to install a stove if required.
- Pump out toilet.
- USB port lights next to the bed for Netflix, etc!
- Full sized gas cooker.
- Full sized mains electricity fridge.
- Full wardrobe size, clothes storage area, plus plenty of other storage.
- Great size sofa bed for guests.
- Vinyl flooring throughout.
- Large Side Hatch for easy access
Alchera enjoys a fully transferable residential mooring, at Poplar Dock Marina which is the perfect location for getting into central London. Canary Wharf tube station is only a few minutes walk and then it’s a 15-minute direct journey to Green Park, Mayfair.
The marina is extremely safe and secure, with a manager on-site throughout the day and a security team at night.
The marina offers brilliant facilities:
- Shower/toilet block.
- Outside social space with seating, tables, lighting, bbq.
- Secure bike shed and optional car parking.
The marina is very friendly and has a great community feel and pets are welcome.
Full survey can be shown on request.
Hull & superstructure:
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.