Honeysuckle Rose is a well equipped boat that has been used for continuous cruising for the past couple of years by the current owners. She has everything you need and is ready to cruise. The interior is painted throughout so you can very quickly put your own stamp on her.
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Extending double bed at stern, sofa bed in saloon
May 2022 TBC
Lister Petter STW 3
Morso Squirrel stove new in 2019
Victron 3000 multi inverter & charger
Type: 60ft Traditional stern
Builder: Stowe Hill
Engine: Lister Petter STW 3
Batteries: 1x Starter, 6 x Leisure
Berths: Extending double bed at stern
Boat Safety Certificate: December 2023 TBC
Electrics: 12v & 240v via shoreline and 3000wVictron inverter & charger. 840w of solar panels.
Heating: Morso Squirrel stove.
Water Heating: Morco gas water heater.
Lining: Painted ply throughout, Polystyrene insulation.
Flooring: Carpet and laminate.
Bedroom: Entrance from the stern engine bay, painted throughout a light space with the extending bed frame, Some built in wardrobe space towards the bathroom.
Bathroom: Forward of the bedroom, a fully tiled room that is also a very light space that is home to a midi bath with mixer tap and shower head, a ceramic hand basin with vanity unit below. The Thetford cassette toilet is positioned on the bedroom bulkhead but is freestanding for easy access to the cassette.
Galley: Forward of the bathroom, a shared space with the saloon, the galley is laid out nicely and in a L-shape. The floor units are standard sized kitchen units and drawers, the work top is laminate and has the stainless steel sink. A freestanding New World cooker with 4 hob burner is located at the end of the worktop with a 240v washing machine at the other, this machine has a 15 minute wash and will only use 20ltrs of water. 12v Shoreline fridge is located on the starboard side.
Saloon: A large and open space that has a large 3 seater sofa bed and Squirrel stove. Leading to the bow.
Front deck: A long bow that is covered and has a glazed A frame cratch and some seating/lockers.
Engine bay: At the stern of the boat, being a traditional stern the engine room is compact, the area is currently the hub for the engine and electrics.