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|Moored at:||Cropredy Waterside & Marina|
|Engine type:||Diesel inboard|
|Engine make:||Russell Newbury DM1|
|View by appointment:||Yes|
Smoking Otter is a 62ft long x 6ft 10in wide narrowboat built by Marque Narrowboats in 1991. She is fitted with a Russell Newbery DM1 diesel engine, in an engine room and has 6 berths.
Smoking Otter is a traditional stern narrowboat benefiting from 6 berths comprising of a fixed double, make-up double and a Boatman's cabin. The lovely Russell Newbery DM1 engine is in it's own engine room. Although she is a traditional boat she enjoys some modern features including a light and airy saloon, galley with ample storage, sockets with USB charge points and a large shower. Smoking Otter is a great leisure boat or, with the addition of central heating, would make an ideal live aboard.
The heart of this boat, the engine, is a real talking point. Russell Newbury DM1's are a traditionalist's dream engine, with the boat's owners being stopped numerous times by people wanting to see the 1 cylinder engine in action. It has been lovingly maintained and is a real feature.
- January 2027
- Sand blasted to bare metal in July 2021
- Hulled coated in zinc and 2 pac epoxy
Hull & superstructure:
- Russell Newbery DM1 in engine room
- None fitted
- Shore power
- Battery charger
- Sockets with USB charge points
- 1 x 365 watt solar panel
- 1 x engine start
- 2 x domestic
- Fastar instant gas hotwater boiler
- Solid fuel stove
- Sealand Traveller pump-out
- Painted hull lining, cabin lining and deckhead
- 6ft 3in
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.