Monday, 11 April 2011

Pick of the week - Briar Rose

Now here's one we really like.  Some weeks we just find something that if we were looking we'd be happy with it.  But this one... I want to buy this boat!!  It's a Braidbar boat listed with ABNB : Briar Rose

Positives : ticks every box so very little additional expenditure, lovely timberwork, great flooring, cupboards in bathroom, great little fridge with a freezer, good washing machine, proper tiled shower with glass screen, love the Braidbar kitchen dresser.
Negatives : not much! but... if I have to think of something... the bed would need to be turned to a cross bed or extended sideways, the access through the trad hatch looks a little tight but we'd live with that.

Length: 58ft 8in  
Builder: Tim Tyler  
Fitter-out: Braidbar Boat Services  
Year registered: 2004  
Style: Trad 
Safety Certificate: BSS to May 2015
Engine: Beta B43 diesel  
Plating: 10/6/5/4 
Last blacked: 2010
Fit-out materials: Cabin sides ash t&g, ash deckhead panels; hull sides in oak faced ply; pitch pine floors with caulked joints  
Insulation: Spray foam
Headroom: 6ft 6in  
Berths: 2+2  
Berth sizes: 6ft 3in x 4ft 0in perm double; 6ft 3in x 4ft 0in Pullman dinette
Power: Landline; Victron Multiplus 1600kW inverter/charger; Travelpower 3.5kW 230V alternator generator
Cabin heating: Eberspacher diesel c/heating + s/f stove  
Water Heating: C/heating + engine + 230V immersion > calorifier  
Water tank: 160galls stainless steel
Cooker: Vanette built-in hob & oven - gas; 900W microwave  
Fridge: 12V 4cu ft - Fridge/freezer (new 2009)  
Washer/dryer: LG full size washer  
WC: Vetus wc to remote tank
Shower: in tiled cubicle with doors
Other: Cratch & cover. Owner is professional boat maintenance engineer.
Price: £60,000
























2 comments:

Peter and Margaret said...

You can't get much better than a Tim Tyler hull and a Braidbar fit out. Notice the circular cut out interior bulkheads, - that is a Braidbar signature feature.

Elly and Mick said...

Yes, we did know about their bulkhead signature. It's the only thing we don't like about the appearance of the boat!