[LB] Triantha

Limehouse Basin Marina

£38,000

Under Offer
  • Lying at: Limehouse Basin Marina
  • Boat Category: Dutch Barge
  • Berths: 2
  • Length: 38′
  • Beam: 8′
  • Draft: 2′
  • Make: Dutch Barge
  • Engine Type: 45hp Inborad Diesel
  • Engine Make: Mercedes 636 (1960)
  • Year: 1912

  • View by Appointment: Yes
  • Contact: For more information, or to arrange a viewing, please contact Angus Rose of Boatshed by telephone on 07879 423539 or by email at angusrose@boatshed.com
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Trinatha is a 38ft long x 8ft wide Dutch Barge built in 1912. She is fitted with a Mercedes 636 inboard diesel engine and has 2 berths

Triantha is for sale with residential London mooring. A bijou City Residence, this boat provides everything for a single person or couple looking for a small home or pied a terre for city working. An ideal base for city living or leisure

The boat has recently been extensively refurbished with work done to the hull and a refit inside which includes a new galley and cooker and a new bathroom. The engine has also been fully overhauled so the new owner can be assured the boat is ready to move straight on to and the boat doesn’t need to come out of the water for a good few years now

Moored at Limehouse Basin on a full residential mooring, this boat is perfectly situated for someone who needs to be close to the City or Canary Wharf. Limehouse DLR is 5 minutes walk from the marina. The marina has shower and toilet facilities, as well as a laundry for residents to use

The mooring is transferable on payment of a 5% transfer fee to marina management. The annual mooring fees is also payable (subject to application) by Triantha’s new owner

For more information, or to arrange a viewing, please contact Angus Rose of Boatshed by telephone on 07879 423539 or by email at angusrose@boatshed.com

No guarantee is given or implied with regard to specification, but descriptions are given in good faith as could be ascertained at the time of inspection. All second hand boats are sold without warranty. We recommend the use of a marine surveyor to ascertain the condition of your intended purchase.