A Jack Powles cruiser recently refurbished to a high standard by Abbey Molyneux, in deepest Norfolk and presented with a boat condition report. As such the boat is ready for a new owner to take immediate possession as the vendor has his next boat waiting to take up the mooring space. With sleeping forward and amidships and a large aft galley this would be an ideal holiday home in the UK.
As you would expect with a boat from this neck of the woods the wheelhouse folds down to enable passage under the infamous Potter Heigham bridge giving access to the whole network of the Broads rivers. A 3ft draft makes this attractive for any canal or river in the UK while the Perkins diesel guarantees low maintenance, thrifty cruising.
The boat has a full inventory and is ready to view afloat at Dilham in Norfolk. The BSS certificate is valid to 2025. The Perkins 4108 has had a recent service which included the installation of a new modern filter on the engine water intake and also had all the old pipe work replaced with new BSS regulation items. Apparently she runs beautifully and starts on the button. 2 new batteries were installed; 1 starter and 1 leisure.
To see the Powles boatyard in action in the late fifties there is some superb footage on You Tube under the title Broadland Memories - the start shows a motorised model motoryacht but if you persevere there is good footage inside the yard with smartly dressed boatbuilders showing how to bend the planks among other skills.
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