Tug Converted    "Of A Bygone Era" FURTHER HUGE REDUCTION!!

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£36,000.00 Reduced

10.06m (33'0")



Underwater profile


1 x Diesel 135hp, Daimler Benz - Mercedes (1939)

Suffolk Coast

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Extra Details

Designer Daimler Benz
Builder Nauticum Dordrecht
Lying Suffolk Coast
Last survey 08/09/2014


Engine 1 x Diesel 135hp
Engine make and model Daimler Benz - Mercedes (1939)
Engine Hours Not Recorded
Steering Wheel
Drive Shaft
Fuel consumption (approx) Not Recorded


LOA 10.06m (33'0")
Beam 3.05m (10'0")
Draft Min 1.20m (3'11")
Storage In water

Electrical Systems

12 volt, 4 batteries charged by: engine, shore power, 4 Switching Current 12 to 24/60 Amp


Construction Iron
Underwater profile Full-displacement
Finish Paint finish


Total # of berths 3
No. of double berths 1
No. of single berths 1
Cabin(s) 1
Heads 2 heads (Sea Toilet)
Sink tick
Curtains tick
Cabin heating tick
Manual water system tick

Porta Potti

Nav Equipment

VHF tick
Barometer tick

Deck Gear

Manual windlass
1 anchors
10.00m (32'10") of chain

Safety Equipment

Horn tick

Broker's Comments

These boat details are subject to contract.
Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered. Built in 1939 and with the benefit of a recent hull report (Vlakreport) this characterful, tug has been very well converted , The ideal weekend boat or she would be equally home on the upper reaches of a river or coastal with her heavy displacement . This little tug has a unique history having been plying her trade in the Amsterdam Harbour itself. Her deck fittings and towing equipment are still intact and whilst she has been converted for residential use, her provenance is still very apparent. These little ships have a following and in the Netherlands and Baltic, many of these converted tugs are maintained and exhibited. This is an opportunity to own a little piece of maritime history that is not complicated and this boat has been well maintained, the engine starts on the button, she had a Victron charging system and her bilges are immaculate , indeed a credit to her owner. She is easily handled by one person and is a pleasure to be aboard. And moored up, she is a statement in herself. Currently moored in a working harbour but enjoying a residential benefit, her mooring may be transferable upon application. So if different, historical, characterful and a little cheeky appeals you cannot ignore this little ship. NOW REDUCED!!

This Tug Converted "Of A Bygone Era" FURTHER HUGE REDUCTION!! has been personally photographed and viewed by Philip Berkeley of Boatshed Suffolk. Click here for contact details.
The particulars herein are intended to give a fair description of the vessel but are not guaranteed as accurate. They shall not form part of any offer or contract for the sale of the vessel. The prospective purchaser is recommended to independently check the particulars. The vendor is not selling in the course of a business unless otherwise stated. Personal property is excluded from the sale of the vessel unless specifically included in the listing specifications above or in a Purchase Contract. Personal property may be equipment or gear not permanently attached to the vessel including but not limited to: artwork, entertainment equipment, fishing equipment, TV receivers, recreational equipment, kayaks, tools, and personal appliances. Photos that may incidentally depict owners' personal property do not convey that such items are included in the sale of the vessel unless specifically listed herein.

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