HISTORY & DESCRIPTION:
Lurley was first commissioned in 1974 to a traditional 1960’s Dutch Lowland Cruiser design by Steijn Brothers, similar in style to the 34ft Royal Cruiser 1V.
Constructed of Dutch steel with steel hull and decks with varnished mahogany superstructure. The hull was professionally re-finished in 2008. Repairs to exterior cabin corners and new seal between the deck and superstructure carried out in 2014.
The current owner bought Lurley in 2004, she was lying near Toulouse on the Canal du Midi in southern France. Over the past ten years, Lurley has cruised up and down the Canal du Midi, up the Rhone River to St. Jean de Losne, through the Canal du Centre, through the Canal du Bourgogne (twice), up the Yonne River to Auxerre, down the Yonne River to the Sein and followed the Seine to the Marne. Cruised on the Marne to Epernay, traversed the canals to the Meuse and descended the Meuse into Holland.
During those years, Lurley has been a second home for several months each year, providing stylish and comfortable accommodation for family and friends with a separate aft cabin ideal for occasional guests or owners cabin.
Blue canvas cover for cockpit
Gas point-source hot water heater, new in 2010
Refrigerator that works on shore power, battery power and gas
Battery charger, new in 2012
Two long shore power extension cords
Two large ball fenders, Two flat round fenders, Ten large oblong fenders, Six small oblong fenders.
Six mooring lines, new 2013
Spare mooring lines
Spare bilge pump
Heavy duty winter cover (used from 2004 through 2012, winter of 2013 Lurley was stored in a boat hangar)
Four new life jackets
Two classic cork life buoys
Mooring stakes and sledge hammer
One wooden director’s chair
One aluminum director’s chair
Two occasional lamps for the main salon
Three white cockpit cushions
Kilim carpet for cockpit
Two wooden footstools for pilots’ seats
Table linen (table clothes and napkins)
Bed linen (sheets, pillow cases, pillows, blankets)
Electric space heater
Electric vacuum cleaner
Two oil lamps
Small gas bottle to use as spare
Camping gas stove with fuel canisters
Double hot-plate electric burner (new 2013)
10kg bower anchor and main anchor
Quality teak joinery throughout in excellent condition a particular feature of the boat.
Aft cabin offering two good sized single berths to port and starboard with bulkhead door to cockpit.
Centre cockpit with upholstered locker seating with inset panel. Fold up wooden table, built-in storage lockers under the side decks to port and starboard. Two pilot seats with wooden footstools.
Two steps down to saloon with heads compartment to port and galley to starboard.
Galley with two burner gas hob, stainless steel sink with mixer tap. Gas water heater. Built in pantry cupboards and drawers. Crockery lockers with glazed sliding doors.
Heads Compartment with marine WC, shower and wash basin.
Saloon with dinette table with bench seating to port converts to a double berth. Settee to starboard; two hanging lockers. Range of built in cupboards and shelves.
Open-plan fore cabin with V berth, access to bow locker and fore hatch.
Twin 70hp Volvo Penta diesel engines. 419 & 261 recorded engine hours. Serviced 2014. £ sealed lead-acid batteries, new 2013. 240 volt shore-power. 117 litres fuel capacity in two tanks. Propeller shaft bearings replaced 2014.
A super quality, classic style cruiser offering spacious, light and well-planned accommodation ideal for extended cruising or living aboard. Situated in a beautiful location in the Netherlands well placed for access to the Dutch Waterways and beyond. Offered at a realistic price.
Covered winter storage EUR 165 a month.
Images August 2014
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