Dhoni is a well laid out boat that has been used as a liveaboard for many years. The boat is set up to be used as liveaboard within a marina or a mooring with access to 240v power. She can be used as a continuous cruiser. The exterior paintwork is in good order.
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Extending cross bed
Last date TBC
Hull blacking due
Eberspaecher diesel heater
Type: 57ft Traditional stern
Builder: Pinder shell
Engine: Barrus Shire 4 cylinder HP TBC
Batteries: 1x Starter, 4 x Leisure
Berths: Extending bed with underside storage
Boat Safety Certificate: 22/9/2023
Electrics: 12v & 240v via shoreline and 2000w Giandel Inverter. 4 x 60w solar panels
Heating: Morso Squirrel stove, Eberspaecher diesel heater.
Water Heating: Calorifier heated via 240v immersion heater, engine and Eberspaecher heater
Lining: Ash ply lining throughout, upper sections are painted. Spray foam insulation
Flooring: Ash effect laminate/engineered flooring
Bedroom: Entrance from the stern engine bay, painted throughout a light space with the extending bed frame, and two built in wardrobes.
Bathroom: Forward of the bedroom, another light space that is home to a midi bath with mixer tap and shower head, a square ceramic hand basin with vanity unit below located on the port side. On the starboard side there is full height unit and a half height floor unit offering more storage space. The Thetford cassette toilet is fitted to the bulkhead.
Galley: Forward of the bathroom, a shared space with the saloon, the galley is laid out nicely and in a u-shape. The floor units are standard sized kitchen units and drawers, the work top is laminate and has the stainless stell sink and four burner hob fitted within. The oven & grill is fitted within a unit and at a raised height with the 240v fridge below.
Saloon: A large and open space that has some fitted storage space at the bow bulkhead along with the Morso Squirrel stove. The room is set up for freestanding furniture.
Front deck: A covered area that has a glazed A frame cratch and some seating.
Engine bay: At the stern of the boat, being a traditional stern the engine room is compact, the area is currently also home to a 240v freezer and washing machine.