Cheverton Cutter

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Wheelhouse

Cheverton Cutter - Details

Equipped with two Ford 180 hp diesel engines she is suitable for conversion to a Sea angling, charter boat or a Diving tender if suitably coded.

The enclosed wheel house can be converted to a number of configurations, the engine compartment is situated below the wheel house and is completely dry. Access to both engines is excellent.
At present the wheelhouse is fitted with basic seating and tables which can easily be removed and replaced with more suitable furnishings depending upon the new role.

Aft of the wheelhouse there is a large hold which would have been used to stow confiscated fish in boxes in her former role as a Fisheries Protection cutter.
This is also completely dry and offers scope for conversion to accommodation, or as a deck area for fishing or similar tasks.

The small fore cabin has two berths and a basic galley with a microwave cooker.

There is a separate heads compartment, presently equipped with a Porta Potti chemical toilet, however a proper marine toilet could be added if necessary.


Specs:

Hull : GRP
Year : tba
Berths : 2
LOA : 41' 0" (12.5m)
Keel : Planing.
Rig : n/a
Engine Type : Ford Sabre 180T
Engine : 2xInboard diesels
Fuel : Diesel
Fuel Capacity : tba
Water : tba
Location : Cumbria




Accommodation:

This is currently basic in line with her previous role. There is a fore cabin with two berths.
The helm position has a comfortable seat, other seating in the wheel house is basic sited either side of small tables, however there is much scope for improvement.


Galley:

Very basic with a microwave cooker only.


Instruments:

There is what appears to be a large radar dome on the coach roof however the equipment inside has been removed. There is also an old R.D.F. antenna on the coach roof again with no sign of equipment inside the wheelhouse.
There is what appears to be a depth sounder /fish finder next to the helm.


Electrical System:

12v


Equipment:

There is a rigid tender stored on the hatch aft of the wheel house.


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Visited and photographed by Western Horizon Yachts, North West region
Listing started in October 2010

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