Northwich Cheshire UK
Bolle Beer was built in Holland in 1927 as a commercial carrying boat. She traded until the late 1960s when she got converted to a liveaboard. In 1989, Bolle Beer was transported to the UK and operated as a trip boat on the River Weaver from Northwich Town Centre.
By 2005, work started to refit Bolle Beer back to a residential boat. The interior was completed stripped, reinsulated and refitted to a very high standard.
|Vessel type:||Dutch Tjalk|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Length over all:||65'|
|Maximum draft:||2' 6"|
Good sized collapsible wheelhouse with front console for engine controls and electrics.
Off the corridor from the wheelhouse is the first double bedroom with built in wardrobes.
OPEN PLAN LOUNGE/KITCHEN
Continuing down the corridor from the first bedroom is the open plan lounge and kitchen. This is a good size, ideal for socialising. Full height windows give this a very light and airy feel. Free standing multi fuel stove, integrated electric hob and cooker and freestanding fridge.
Next to the kitchen is the main bathroom with vanity unit, toilet and shower.
Finally is the master bedroom with built in wardrobes and ensuite with shower, toilet and sink unit. Access to the forepeak which is currently unfitted but could provide excellent storage facility.
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.