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Old 02-06-2016, 12:40 AM   #1
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Want to cruise the french canals ?

Our solidly built,Birchwood 33' motor cruiser (1986) is for sale as a 'turnkey' purchase, simply ready to walk on with your luggage and begin your cruising. We present her this way for the convenience of someone travelling from afar.
She's fully equipped for a couple to cruise in comfort but, if necessary can accommodate up to 6 people
She' supplied with a fully serviced engine/gearbox, freshly laundered bedlinen, new double bed mattress & quilt, new 80 litre 12/220v fridge, crockery, 220amp solar panels, diesel, full gas bottles etc. etc.
She had a full survey 2 years ago and passed with flying colours and maintained as you'd expect by an experienced shipper.
For good health she has polished interior stainless steel 450 litre water tanks with electronic anti lime scale system. Fuel tanks (450 litres) have just been cleaned.
Presently moored in Narbonne, France on the canal du Robine and strategically placed to cruise the canal du Midi and the rest of the European canal system, or, if the notion takes you, out to the Mediterranean and down along the Spanish coast this boat is suitable for both the canal and sea cruising and has a well proven safety record of cruising both at sea, in rivers and canals.
The price has been reduced to 49,500 Euro's.
The boat is also advertised locally, (apologies for being mercenary), this is a cracking boat and the first person who puts the money in the bank will be the lucky owner.
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Old 02-11-2016, 03:50 PM   #2
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Thanks Irish Rambler, a very intriguing idea.
I will PM you.

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One year to soon for us, what a great opportunity..
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Old 03-08-2016, 11:55 PM   #4
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Gencop.
I wouldn't worry about a year, just use it for your holidays to familiarise yourself.
You'll be hard put to find a boat with such a good pedigree, most of the boats for sale down here have been smacked around on the locks.
Look at my post on TF on 'Voyagers and boaters on the go', 'Ireland to the Mediterranean Part 1' on the last page or so is some photo's of ex hire boats for sale.
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Old 03-31-2016, 11:58 PM   #5
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The canal du midi in the South of France is now open for the summer tourist trade.


We've had to scrap the inflatable dinghy shown in the photo as it had an air leak in one of the tubes.
A full electrical check revealed a fading battery which has been replaced with a new one leaving her on the button, so pack your bags for an adventure of a lifetime.
First to see will buy.
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