Price: £34,500 GBP
Location: River Ex, Nr. Sidmouth Devon, GB, on her swinging Summer mooring.
Make: E.C. Landamores of Wroxham
Condition: Very good
Class: Antique and Classics
Keel Type: Full Keel
Vessel’s name: Aquasulis
Aquasulis has been kept on the Rivers Ex and Dart for the last 10 years. In her present ownership she has been well maintained and is in good order.
She has twin diesel engines sited under the central wheelhouse and there are two steering positions.
She has generous headroom of 6ft 4ins throughout.
There are two” head” compartments and a shower.
Carvel construction of Iroko planking on Oak frames. The aft decks is laid teak. She offers comfortable accommodation for 6 persons.
She has been cruised to the Scilly Isles, Northern Brittany and along the coast to Cowes, Isle of Wight.
She is very manoeuvrable vessel with a capable and comfortable sea going manner.
Nominal Length: 11.13m
Length Overall: 11.12m
Length At Water Line: 10.06m
Max Draft: 1.00m
Fuel Tank Capacity: 880 ltrs
Water Tank Capacity: 200 ltrs
Cruising Speed: 8 knots
Engine Power: 84hp (each engine)
Number of Engines: 2
Passenger Capacity: 8
Construction: J.Francis Jones design built by Landamores of Wroxham, Norfolk.
She has a relatively low air draft. Carvel wooden displacement hull with a long keel. Iroko planking on Oak frames.
Wheelhouse amidships access in from both side decks.
Exterior steering position from aft deck.
Aft deck is laid with teak, side decks and fore decks are marine ply epoxied and painted grey.
Deep covering board around the deck.
Fore hatch from forward cabin.
Hull Speed: 10: knots
Engine Model: Perkins (two of)
Engine Description: 2 x Perkins 4236 at 84hp each, diesel engines on flexible mounts.
Freshwater cooled via heat exchanges. 4 cylinder.
Hydraulic gearbox. 2 x wheel steering helm (wheelhouse and aft on flybridge)
2 x stainless steel shafts, 2 x triple blade bronze propellers.
2 x stainless fuel tanks capacity of 440 litres each.
Fuel Consumption of 10 litres per hour per engine at 8knots
Revs Approx: 2500 RPM Range of 352nm
Engine hours Port: 2379 Starboard: 2372 Last serviced July 2017
Morse lever controls.
2 x Helm seats
6ft 4ins headroom throughout the vessel.
Eberspacher heating system.
Hot and cold water supply serving: 2 x wash basin, the galley sink and 1 x shower, aft.
The wheelhouse/ saloon has the internal helm position with all the instrumentation, a full length settee berth ( pilot berth) another seat around a freestanding dining table/ chart table.
Aft of the wheel house is the galley it has a Gas double burner with grill and oven. Stainless steel sink. 12v fridge with freezer.
Large aft cabin with double berth with a removable single over plus a port side a single berth with another removable single berth over.
Plenty of drawers and stowage cupboards wardrobes. Large opening hatch to aft deck.
Forward the second cabin, 2 x single settee berths with drawers and lockers , opening port lights.
Forward heads compartment has a fore hatch, a sea toilet and washbasin, in fore peak.
Varnished slating on the cabin sides. All cabins clean and well painted out.
All carpets and curtaining to remain.
Simpson Lawrence manual anchor windlass
2 x 35lbs Danforth anchors with 40 fathoms of chain
Pair of stainless steel davits on the aft deck.
Deck wash pump.
Canvas dodgers around the aft deck.
Fenders and warps
Deck stepped varnished wooden signal mast .
2 x compasses
All navigation lights plus anchor light
Incastec echo sounder depth with repeater, speed and distance.
DSC VHF Standard Horizon 1500k with repeater to the top deck.
AIS transponder AIT 2000
2nd VHF radio Aquamarine
1 x Navtex receiver ( new aerial required)
1 x Pinta auto pilot – non functional
1 x non DSC VHF original radio requires a new aerial)
On the fly bridge is an the exterior steering position
wheel steering, 2nd set of engine controls, helm’s seat with a crew seat to the side, housing for the gas bottles. 2 x hardwood deck lockers
Galley: Fire extinguisher 1kg powder and fire blanket
Engine compartment: 1 x 1kg powder
Wheelhouse: 1 x 4kg powder.
4 x life jackets
1 x radar reflector
2 x bilge pumps
Stanchions and guard wires surround the entire decks. Wooden handrails on the aft deck.
Fixed grab rails to the coach roof.
Gas alarm in galley. Gas supplied with a solenoid control switch.
Stern fixed boarding ladder
Disclaimer: No guarantee is given or implied with regards to specification but descriptions are given in good faith. All vessels sold without warranty or condition to fitness either expressed or implied by status or otherwise. We are relying on information supplied to us by a third party. M.J. Lewis advises that a qualified independent surveyor carries out a full out of water survey.