Boatbuilding, repairs and joinery
38-40 Moorland Road, Goole, East Yorkshire DN14 5TX
Phone/Fax:01405 768435 Mobile:07702 416254

email: alan@alanpease.co.uk




65ft x 13ft x 8ft draft. Powered by twin Ford Sabre 212hp commercially rated diesel engines driving PRM 601 hydraulic gearbox with a 2:1 reduction this converted 1915 steam tug could easily be lived aboard whilst having the opportunity to cruise as well. She went to Menorca in 1999, cruised around the Balearic Islands and came back to the U.K. in 2005. She underwent a major restoration and complete internal refit in 1985 (reports and photographic diary held by the owner). From aft deck through door with seating then down steps to compact galley with oven, grill and 2 burner hob, built in microwave and plenty of cupboards, pigeon box over, seating with storage under. Through passage on the s/bd side is a sea toilet and wash hand basin, port side, double bedroom with cupboard and shelves. Further down the s/bd side single bedroom with cupboard, currently being used as a dressing room, directly opposite is the heads with another sea toilet, wash hand basin, small bath with shower over and more cupboards. Another door from heads leads to the master cabin which is light with plenty of portholes and Houdini escape hatch. Hanging space and cupboards. Double bed with drawer and also storage under. There is a small door which leads to under the whole of the floor in the masters cabin for storage. From the door from the masters cabin up steps to the wheelhouse with full instrumentation including Cetrek Autopilot and chart plotter, 48 mile Furuno radar / depth/ shipmate VHF and large wooden wheel. This boat must be seen. She has been panelled in oak throughout, there is more than enough storage and cupboards and more importantly plenty of space. Apart from the wheelhouse, which doesn't need a lot doing to it, this boat is immaculate even the walk in engine room is clean and the engines gleam. There is a fridge (12v,24v and gas) in the passage leading to the engine room and the other side of the engine room is a large area which at present is being used as a workshop. Orian Marine Genset 12KVA (1996), Vetus hot water system, 3 reverse (heat and cooling) aircon units, Multi wood burning stove runs the central heating with radiators. Outside is very clean and tidy and has an electric winch. Dry docked in March 2011 where she had new annodes, bilge keel extensions and rudder extensions. All recommendations made by the Surveyor were completed. Survey available. London mooring available subject to references and approval. This boat has it all even an alarm system!! She is on the National Historic Ships Registry. go to: http://www.nationalhistoricships.org.uk/register/2394/addie. £155,000 NOW REDUCED TO £65,000 for a quick sale. Two new starter motors needed.
























































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