Matilda Rose 66ft 2004 semi traditional narrowboat with a Jonathan Wilson hull and fit out by Anthony M.
From the well deck (gas in bow locker) into the boat which is fitted out in ash faced ply. The saloon comes first. At 18’ long, the proportions are generous. This houses a solid fuel corner stove, TV cupboard and an L shaped dinette with two different sized demountable tables. This coverts into an additional double berth. There are two side hatches opposite the dinette.
The galley follows with plenty of cupboards, an eye level oven & grill, 4 burner gas hob, microwave, and a 230v fridge with ice box.
The bathroom is a walk through one with glass quadrant shower, Sani Marin electric pump out loo, and a stainless steel basin over vanity unit.
On into the bedroom. The mattress is currently 6’3” x 4’ 6”, but there is room for one measuring 6’7”’x4″. There is a large double wardrobe in here along with plenty of cupboard space around, over & under the bed.
The stern cabin / utility room is at the stern. The batteries are housed under the stern steps, and the washing machine and tumble dryer are in here together with the electrics locker and further shelves & a cupboard.
The semi trad stern deck sits over the Vetus 42hp engine (1,975 hours).
She has been in the current owners’ hands since 2008 and has spent much of her time in France and Belgium. She is well equipped therefore for comfortable living aboard all year round.
She has LED lighting throughout, a 3.5kw travel pack generator, a 2.5kw inverter, washing machine, tumble dryer, 3 modes of pump out (conventional, sea cock & electric self pump out), central heating, solar panels, freeview, satellite dish…. Matilda Rose 66ft 2004 semi traditional narrowboat is quite a lot of boat!