Thrupp OX5 1JZ Oxfordshire UK
Beauchamp 55Foot traditional narrowboat with non-residential mooring subject to becoming a member of Thrupp Canal Cruising Club. Non-residential mooring comes with 240 volt hock up and water supply, located on the Oxford Canal in the beautiful surroundings of Thrupp near Kidlington.
This boat is very beautiful boat and has been very well looked after, the lay out is just right of long cruising and there is lots of hard wood used in the lining so very hard wearing. Beauchamp is one of the best fitted out boats I have seen with loads of storage.
Beauchamp is named after Len Beauchamp who worked for Colecraft fitting boats for many years, Len was retiring, so his last boat was a “Swan Song” of all his years’ work Beauchamp went to the Waltham Abbey IWA festival as colecrafts show boat.
|Vessel type:||Traditional Narrowboat|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||Beta BV1505|
|Drive type:||Shaft drive|
|Length over all:||55' 6"|
Beauchamp was at Waltham abbey IWA festival in 2000.
Beauchamp accommodation is very well laid out.
Front deck is a good size and has comfortable cushions.
Lounge is very big and doubles up as a double bed and dinning area, there is also a small desk.
Galley is well appointed with plenty of good storage.
Bathroom has a pumpout loo, sink and small bath.
Bedroom has a fixed double bed with pull out section and wardrobe.
The equipment onboard is all good quality and in good condition.
Solid fuel stove Aarrow
Hob Vanette 4000
Oven Vanette 7000
Fridge shoreline 12 Volt
Solar panel 80watt
Diesel heating and hot water Webasto
Hospital exhaust silencer for very quiet boating
240 volt inverter 2000watt heart interface
Anchor including chain, rope and shackle
Two gas bottles
Manual pump out kit
TV and aerial
“Beauchamp” directors chair
Windlass, pins, hooks and poles
Boat safety till 11/10/20
Boat blacked March 2018