|Moored at:||Sawley Waterside & Marina|
|Engine type:||Diesel inboard|
|Engine make:||BMC 1.8|
|View by appointment:||No|
Flying Horse is a 40ft long x 6ft 10in wide narrowboat built by Burden Brothers in 1987. She is fitted with a BMC 1.8 diesel inboard engine and has 2 berths.
- April 2021
- June 2020
Flying Horse needs some love and care to bring her back to her best, but should make a lovely boat for discovering our beautiful inland water ways this summer.
Hull & superstructure:
- Steel reported 10 / 6 / 4
- BMC 1.8
- None fitted
- Shore power
- Batteries charged by engine
- 1 x engine start
- 2 x domestic
- Calorifier by
- Lockgate diesel stove
- 500 litres
- Port Potti chemical toilet
- Tongue and groove cabin lining and deckhead
- 6ft 4in
Accommodation from bow:
Saloon: Approximately 13ft 9in long.
- Flying Horse's front cabin incorporates the saloon and dinette. The raised Pullman dinette has storage under the seats and floor level drawers, and converts into a double berth. The saloon benefits from a free standing 2 seater sofa, free standing chest of drawers, two fixed corner cupboards, two 12 volt electric sockets and one 240 volt electric socket.
Shower room: Approximately 5ft 8in long.
- Fitted to port side in it's own compartment for complete privacy, the shower room enjoys a corner vanity unit with storage cupboard under, Port Potti chemical toilet, tiled splash back and a shower tray with curtain.
Galley: Approximately 6ft 8in long.
- Sited at the rear of the boat, the galley benefits from a free standing gas cooker with 4 burner hob, fridge stainless steel sink with drainer, laminate work tops and floor mounted storage cupboards.
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.