|Location||Torbay, Devon, UK|
|Hull Material||GRP (Fibreglass)|
|LOA||13.6m (44ft 9in)|
|Beam||4.2m (13ft 9in)|
|Engine(s) Power||2 x 420 hp|
|Engine Model||TVD CUMMINS 6CTA|
|Cruising Speed||20 Knots|
|Max Speed||30 Knots|
Two owner from new this 2004 boat offers fantastic living space and open plan accommodation making it ideal for families. With an extras list that includes generator, reverse cycle air conditioning she has everything ready for extended cruising. Presented in as new condition and with a comprehensive service history. I have known the boat personally since she was delivered to her current owner and it has never missed a beat.
Fully prepared for the 2021 season including antifoul & engine servicing.
4 berths in 2 cabins. Double berth fwd cabin with private ensuite facilities. Spacious dinette opposite comprehensive galley that converts to double berth. Separate head with shower, toilet & sink. Finished in Cherry wood with beige leather upholstery & cream carpets.
2 burner hob
20″ LCD TV with surround sound system in saloon
Canvas cockpit & dash cover
Cockpit wetbar with fridge
Electric anchor winch
Forward deck sunpad
Raymarine C120 chartplotter & radar
Raymarine ST6001 autopilot
Reverse cycle air conditioning
Upgraded stereo system in cockpit
New camper covers 2020
As a brief breakdown of Escapology, we’ve had her for 3 years, her engine hours are around 720. Zenith Marine look after her, and she was was fully polished top to bottom, stem to stern, anti fouled and serviced a few months ago.
We take great pride in Escapology and have spent a good amount of money on her too! This includes a composite teak deck, new fridge on the top deck, new covers and winter spares, new fenders, speakers, recent water pump on one of the engines, new anchor, the latest TV’s (3) etc.
Since owning her we have put around 80 hours on the engines, both of which are Cummins in addition she has an Onan inboard generator, air conditioning and built in vacuum system. She has two heads and a separate shower – one double cabin and a seating area and separate door, which converts into a double bed. She has a combination microwave, hob and fridge and freezer downstairs in addition to a new fridge on the top deck too.
Escapology is a reliable, well looked after boat, so I have no hesitation in her sale – we hope the next owner enjoys Escapology as much as we have.
Price wise, we were going to advertise her for £165k as the prices of boats in this price bracket, which are good quality are very lean, actually non existent at the moment, the fact that everything is working, she’s ready to go for the season and with such low engine hours, she’s worth every penny of that and being the type of boat she is, not too big and in good order, she would, I’m sure you agree sell quite quickly when we market her and her excellent condition make her a good little asset which will also always sell in the future. We’ve never gone miles in her – as far as Charmouth up the coast and with loads of visits to Salcombe and Dartmouth. She’s easy to run, not so big you have to worry and easy just jump on and go.