Grand Union Canal, Leicester Section Leicestershire UK|
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Evans and Son may now not be a name familiar with many (they were producing shells in the 90's), but the principle builder was Mike Heywood and his family connections led to the current recognised name of Tyler Wilson boatbuilders.
Mutley was purchased in 1998 from her previous owner and the fit-out was completed in 2001 by her present owner, a professional carpenter.
She has the traditional layout, with a forward saloon, separate Pullman dinette and aft bedroom.
Having the dinette means that she can accommodate up to four people.
Three sources combine to power the radiators, the solid fuel stove which is fitted with a back boiler, a near silent Alde gas boiler, and the engine has a plumbled in heat exchanger.
The double glazed windows help to retain this heat in the cabin and reduce condensation.
The aft cabin provides space for the fitted washing machine, the microwave and ample storage.
|Vessel type:||Traditional Narrowboat|
|Make:||Evans & Sons|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||Beta Marine 1505|
|Length over all:||57'|
|Maximum draft:||2' 2"|
Please note: This is sales information and not a survey report; providing content details only. The specification in these pages is based on ABNB's visit to the boat and on information given by the owner. This is to help you decide whether to investigate the boat further, by surveyor or otherwise. The information here is given in good faith but no description, statement, promise of work to be done, or suggestion for future use, constitutes an offer.
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.