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Price: £44,500

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Gaia is a very well presented boat that has a lovely  feel throughout. She has been used as a leisure boat for the past few years but would work well as a liveaboard for one or a couple.


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Double bed at stern,
Small convertible bed in saloon



Thetford cassette




26 August 2021


Beta 3 Cylinder

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Webasto diesel heater & Solid Fuel Stove


2000w inverter



Traditional Layout


Type: Traditional Stern

Year: 1998

Builder: Venetian Marine

Engine: Beta 3 cylinder 21hp

Batteries: 1x Starter, 3 x Leisure batteries new in 2022

Berths: Double bed at stern, small double made from L-shape seating

Boat Safety Certificate: March 2026

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Electrics: 12v & 240v via shoreline and 2000w inverter. 1 x solar panel size 120w.

Heating: Webasto central heating system feeding 3 radiators. Solid fuel stove located in saloon

Water Heating: Calorifier via Webasto diesel heater and engine.

Lining: Painted ply on upper walls, carpet fitted to ply on lower walls, solid wood trims throughout.

Flooring: Laminate throughout.

Bedroom: Entrance from the stern of the boat, on the port side, built in double bed with underside and overhead storage shelf and cupboard.

Bathroom: Forward of the bedroom, located on the port side, corner shower cubicle with tiled walls, Thetford cassette toilet, corner units with worktop offer good underside storage and useable space. Ceramic hand basin fitted within worktop.


Galley: Forward of the bathroom, built in units with oak faced doors to match the rest of the boat with light laminate worktop above, stainless steel sink fitted within. Freestanding 12v fridge and Vanette oven and grill with 4 burner hob installed. Double unit fitted opposite offering more storage.

Saloon: Forward of the galley, home to L-shaped seating that converts into small double, solid fuel stove fitted into the corner with full height cupboard opposite. Some built in storage on the starboard side. Leading to the bow. 

Exterior space: Bow cover and frame work, no stern cover due to trad stern.

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