IP24 - Deryn Bach
Lovely Looking Day Boat, with Comfortable Overnight Facilities for up to Four People.
ENGINE: Yanmar Inboard
LENGTH: 24ft BEAM: 9ft 2"
Known as an IP24 this Island Plastics boat has a lovely shaped hull, which is original gel coat, with an anchor on the forward deck she also has bow and stern rails.
The aft cockpit has seating for the pilot and all passengers, with a cover that was new in 2013. There is an economical inboard diesel engine with a shaft drive.
Inside the boat is very well maintained, and very clean and tidy. The wood bulkheads are in good condition.
As you step down into the saloon, the galley is to the starboard side, consisting of a Nelson, gas 2 hob, grill and oven and a cold water sink, with worktop over and some cupboard space.
On the port side is the separate toilet compartment with a porta potti.
In the bow of the boat, with good headroom, is the dinette with a wooden hexagonal table and seating all round that will turn into double berth.
Tucked, with the feet end going back under the cockpit, one on each side of the boat, are 2 single berths.
Deryn Bach has a Boat Safety Scheme Certificate valid until November 2021.
|Air Draft:||7ft 4"|
|Boat Safety Scheme Certificate valid until November 2021|
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