“Indalo” is a well found example of this classic inland waterways cruiser. Great for small family cruising whether you’re a new found boater or already a practical one. Potential serviced Marina berth within Bristol Harbour
Length – 24ft (7.46mtr)
Beam – 9ft (2.74mtr)
Built in 1974.
Boat Safety Certificate 2024
Perkins 4108 Diesel Engines (shaft).
Large, newly upholstered daybed the the stern.
Main shore-power with twin pole consumer unit (needs securing).
1 x Exide 45amp battery for starting.
1 x Varta 90ah leisure battery.
Electronic smart-charger fitted.
New treadmaster cockpit flooring.
Full cockpit canvas.
Single Morso control.
Oil pressure gauge & hour meter.
Spot and navigation lights.
Seafarer depth sounder.
Nelson Techma 2 burner hob, oven and grill.
Isotherm 12vlt fridge.
Single stainless steel round bowl sink with hot and cold water. hot water from calorifier to engine.
Double dinette as original, with newly upholstered cushions.
Forward V berth, (cushions are being re upholstered to match and are all fire retardant).
Deckhead has all been carefully replaced and fitted to a good standard.
Small tubular heater to 3/4 locker.
3 single mains outlets.
All new 12V lighting and in keeping with the classic feel of a vessel of this age.
V berth features an escape hatch to fore deck.
1 x2.5kg powder
1 x 1kg powder
1 x fire blanket
Traveller WC with new stainless steel holding tank (approx 35/40 ltr capacity).
1 boat hook.
1 deck brush.
6 new fenders and lines.
2 new mooring lines (3 strand).
15 Mtr (approx) Shorepower cable.
The owner has carried out careful restoration throughout this vessel using good quality hardwood and creating a unique feel that is comfortable and contemporary, yet in keeping with the age of the boat.
A great use of storage allows for tidy and ship shape cruising. Subject to application this vessel comes with a Bristol mooring.