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Type of scheme Private
Number of sharers Not fixed, sold as fixed weeks, therefore depends how may weeks each person buys (but around 20 owners at present (2014))
Year of construction 2002
Home mooring
(For 2018)
Alvechurch Marina, Birminham
Length 58'
Engine Type Barrus Shire
Berths 2 + 2 + 2 x 1 (so 6!)
Change over day each week Sunday
Are pets allowed Allowed
Is smoking allowed INSIDE the boat Not Allowed
Booking System Fixed week scheme
Priority for school holidays Owners have bought set weeks based on their personal requirements. If their normal dates do not coincide with school holidays (because Easter is early, for example) they can negotiate "swaps" with other owners but an exchange cannot be guaranteed.
General comments about the boat

Dragonfly is a 58ft, six-berth, semi-traditional narrow boat built by Dursley & Hurst and launched in 2002. She was completely repainted in January 2009
Entering from the stern, you will find the fixed double berth in a comfortable cabin with wardrobe, cupboards and under-bed storage.  The bed is 4’ x 6’3” and has a good-quality orthopaedic mattress to ensure a relaxing night’s sleep.

In early 2011, the bathroom and kitchen area was completely refurbished and now consists of a walkthrough bathroom with cleverly designed private toilet cubicle, full size shower with overhead T-bar and hand-set,stylish ceramic washbowl and heated towel rail. Beyond this is the kitchen, which is well equipped with 700mm gas oven/grill, 4-burner gas hob, fridge, 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink and lots of storage space including a built-in wine-rack. A good range of pans, china and cutlery is provided together with all the little extras, such as cleaning materials, matches etc, that you may require. A 240v power supply allows use of a toaster and microwave (or any other small appliances owners may choose to bring with them) and there are several other sockets elsewhere on board.

There is a comfortable dinette, which can be converted into a second double berth. This is slightly raised and gives good views from the large picture windows.
The saloon is spacious and airy, having double doors opening to the bow area. Two leather swivel chairs and footstools are in the saloon, (where airbeds are provided for the additional berths), and there is a colour TV/DVD Player, CD/Radio and, for the chillier nights, a traditional stove.
The whole boat is tastefully furnished in shades of green with ash panelling. There are radiators in all areas, which run very efficiently from the diesel supply.
Pictures of the boat

Specific details for the share offered
Size of share as a percentage or fraction Three weeks
Price in UK pounds £1,800 for all three weeks
Reason for selling Clash of interests
Pre-booked weeks included
May 13 to May 27 2018 (2weeks)
September 30 to Oct 7 2018 ( 1 week)
Weeks 19,20 and 39
Holiday entitlement with share offered here.
Two weeks in mid May
One week in late September
Running costs for 2018 £330 per week owned (plus an extra £30 per week owned towards a "Repaint Fund") meaning £1080 for 2018
Contact details for vendor or
01964 504403 / 07584 020292
Search terms 61f 6b fixx pte
General Comments by vendor
Dragonfly is available for use between February and early December each year and people buy as many weeks as they require at the time of year which suits them. Unlike other schemes, you stick to the same week every year making it easy to plan your holidays to fit in with work or school commitments.
We started off life as part of the original Boatshare Company (nothing to do with this site) but, following the decision to move to new moorings in 2006, three of the owners took on the roles of Boat Manager, Secretary and Treasurer.  Fees are paid annually in accordance with the number of shares owned and this pays for all shared running costs such as licensing, insurance, mooring, regular maintenance etc. The only thing you will need to pay for at the end of your holiday is fuel and pump-out.
The boat is checked by the marina staff at each changeover and is serviced regularly. They will also provide a valet service, if required.   Winter maintenance, including hull-painting if necessary, is carried out annually during December and January.
Owners are kept informed of all developments through regular newsletters and are encouraged to attend the Annual General Meeting which is held in July each year.  There is a great spirit of camaraderie among the owners.






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