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|Type of scheme||Private (new scheme 2017)|
|Number of sharers||12|
|Year of construction||2003|
|Home mooring (2017)||Leeds and Liverpool Canal (Winter only - See comments)|
|Engine Type||Nanni Diesel 40|
|Berths||Six, one permanent double, pull-out dinette, plus two benches in front saloon which can be double or two singles.|
|Change over day each week||Sunday 5 pm (See comments)|
|Are pets allowed||Allowed|
|Is smoking allowed INSIDE the boat||NOT Allowed|
Owners request weeks, one at a time, with 1st, 2nd & 3rd choice in each of 4 rounds, from a chart showing un-allocated weeks at each round. It takes several weeks, during the autumn (starting October 2017 for 2018 allocations) but is very effective at giving all owners weeks they can actually use without needing to trade.
This system has been used successfully in another share scheme and, in practice, most owners got their 1st or 2nd choice, most of the time
Owners of multiple shares (max 3) have a ‘notional’, though not guaranteed, entitlement to adjacent weeks.
|Priority for school holidays||
Three shares are designated as ‘School Holidays’ and the others as ‘Non School Holidays’. Owners can have a mix (up to 3) of School Holiday and non School Holiday shares
|General comments about the boat|
The Semi-Trad stern allows space for at least two people to accompany the steerer (without needing to perch on the gunwales and hold on tight) and there is raised level seating on the port side, this being storage for the gas bottles and engine coolant header tank. For those who need to sit at the helm, there is room for a folding ‘bar’ type stool opposite the control lever.
The engine is below the rear deck, along with a horizontal calorifier situated on the port swim and battery banks on the starboard swim. There are four domestic and one starter battery.
You enter the galley through the hatch/doorway and down the steps.
Immediately on the left is an L-shaped worktop with a Vanette four ring hob in dark green and a microwave oven at high level above.
Along the worktop there is an inset stainless steel sink unit with built-in grill & oven unit (matching the hob) below the drainer. There is a generous length of work surface with cupboards and fridge under and a wall cupboard above. Opposite the sink unit is a fold-down worktop, which provides even more workspace when required. The kitchen is well equipped with a full range of saucepans, utensils, cutlery and crockery.
Moving forwards again there are opening side doors and hatch in the port side and there is a transparent panel that can be used when the doors are open. There is a diesel fired, stainless steel stove opposite, where it is ideally situated for heating the daytime living space.
The dinette table and seating is next. It can accommodate six utilising two stools and also converts to a ‘make-up’ double bed. There is locker space under the seating and a wall cupboard above with inset reading lights underneath.
Through a door, the corridor towards the bow is on the port side, passing the bathroom. This has a washbasin, toilet and corner bath with shower over. There is a radiator, airing cupboard, extractor fan and shaver socket.
Continuing along the corridor through another door, there is the main cabin with a full-length wardrobe, a cupboard housing the Alde central heating boiler, under-bed storage, high level cupboards and a radiator. The fixed double bed extends to king size utilising an extra cushion.
Through another door is the saloon with a full-length wardrobe immediately to starboard followed by a toilet and washbasin. There is a cupboard unit to starboard incorporating electric and aerial sockets with space for the TV, and then a fixed bench sofa/single bed either side of the central walkway. Both make full length berths, in one case utilising a lift-up flap and additional cushion. There is locker space under these benches and they can be combined to create a Super Kingsize double berth.
Beyond the benches is the front double glazed door and window unit, which has two doors and which will completely fold out when the weather permits. The well deck has storage lockers on each side which double as seats. There is a cratch and cover enclosing the well deck, which, unusually, has full headroom in the centre.
N.B. Some photos still show the
original cast iron stove, which has been replaced by a Refleks,
diesel fired unit.
|Pictures of the boat|
Specific details for the shares offered
|Size of share as a percentage or fraction||12th|
|Price in UK pounds||£3,500|
|Reason for selling||New scheme: Wolverley has always been a shared ownership boat but the original syndicate no longer operates.|
|Pre-booked weeks included||
Weeks for 2017 will be allocated as
shares are sold so the calendar is still a fairly blank canvas.
Our web site will be regularly updated with remaining weeks as the year progresses.
|Holiday entitlement with share offered here.||
2 'high season' (April to September) weeks + 2 'early' or 'late' weeks per share owned
|School Holiday Option Possible||None at present (correct July 2017)|
|Running costs for 2017||
£500 payable for 2017 (up to end of
From November 2017 ongoing subs will be payable either up front or by monthly standing order.
Actual amount will be decided by the members at the AGM but is expected to be around £45 pcm.
|Contact details for firstname.lastname@example.org or 07866 544677|
|Search terms||61f rgl skl sklup 6b pte|
General Comments by vendor
Wolverley will operate in a slightly unusual manner in that she will roam a pre-determined area of the canal system (decided at AGM) during the season (April until the annual stoppages take effect). She will return to a more restricted area (currently around the Leeds Liverpool summit) over the winter, when she is expected to be vacant more of the time.
Also, we intend to be a ‘hands on’ owners club: we only sell shares to those who are able and willing to look after the vessel as well as helping to run the club.
We already love Wolverley and she is certainly a credit to her former owners, who have cared for her extremely well since she was first built in 2003.
Normal changeover is 5.00pm on Sunday
so that the weekends aren't broken by a handover.