Stourport on Severn Worcestershire UK|
The Eva May is a beautiful, 1923 Luxemotor Dutch Barge that was sympathetically converted to live aboard basis in 1984.
Maintained with no expense spared, sympathetically fitted, furnished and updated,it is a lovely live aboard, historic barge which has been an amazing home and place to live since 2007.
The Eva May offers extensive, comfortable accommodation for couples or families with separate galley kitchen, spacious saloon, 3 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and large fore and aft decks.
This is unmistakably a Dutch barge, aesthetically beautifully, but with all the maritime character of a onetime working boat.
Sitting on a picturesque riverside mooring which is afforded the services of a modern marina including reserved parking.
You really must view this historic vessel to appreciate its charm.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Eva May will be having an out of water survey the w/c 01/11/21.
|Vessel type:||Dutch Barge|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||Leyland 400|
|Drive type:||Shaft drive|
|Length over all:||27m|
|Displacement:||60000 metric tons|
|Fuel capacity:||1200 Litres|
|Water capacity:||1200 Litres|
|Holding tank capacity:||5000 Litres|
The Eva May is a sympathetically converted live aboard historic barge. The fit out has been completed to a high standard, and importantly, undertaken with an understanding of a previous working life so retaining her unique character. The galley is the entrance to the Eva May, where the well appointed kitchen shares the wheelhouse and offers a panoramic view across the decks. The galley also has access to storage below deck.
From the galley, down a polished wooden stair is the large, sumptuous and cosy living room with oil burning fire and eye level windows at deck height that provide an airy light feel, while offering cosy privacy - a real feature of the Eva May.
A glass door leads off the living room to a passageway, housing washing/drying machines and off this 3 double bedrooms and the second bathroom. The bedrooms have double beds and fitted furniture which offer plenty of storage for everyday life. The bathroom has toilet, washbasin and a bath/shower. There is a further toilet/shower room leading off the stairway on a small hallway from the galley.
The engine room is extremely functional and a reminder of a bygone era - it feels really ship like, with plenty of room to store kit.
Leyland 400 main engine
Ford Bow Thruster Engine