|Tax Status:||Tax Paid|
Delft (NL) Netherlands|
|Website:||Open website in new window|
The asking price is the starting amount of the online auction. Bid until February 24th via Bootveiling.com.
This parish Pacific Allure 143 is completely finished on the outside. The ship has a length of almost 15 meters and is ideal for longer stays or to live on. The boat is hail white on the outside and is always neatly polished. Larger windows have been used so that there is more light in the boat. The aft deck has a large area where you can stay. The spacious swimming platform can easily be accessed by stairs.
On the inside the boat still needs to be partly finished. The bathroom and toilet facilities have yet to be completed. However, the biggest job still to be done is the electricity supply. If you are handy with electricity then this could be a very nice project but can also be outsourced.
When you enter the boat you enter directly into the very spacious inner cockpit. There is a lot of light and you can immediately see the whole boat. Where the large white chair now stands could also be extended with a larger sitting and dining area. A few steps down is the kitchen with all amenities built in. There's a dormitory in the front. In the back of the boat the toilet still needs to be installed and the bathroom also needs to be finished. At the back of the boat there is a very large room with a large double bed.
The engines of the boat are working so the boat is ready to sail.
Hereby the work that still needs to be done to the boat according to the owner's specifications.
- Installing the electrical installation
- Connecting the bow thruster electrically
- Connect kitchen electrically, also water supply and drainage
- Toilet mounting
- Installing a shower faucet
- Install waste water drain, pump and piping (waste water tank available)
- Completing and finishing the lectern
- Installing general lighting
- Anchor installation
- Finishing ceilings
- Finish framing
- Connecting navigation lights
- Connecting the generator
- Connecting Kabola stove
- Inserting the Inverter
- Places in Davids
- Making two hatches for the waste water tank
- Connecting wipers
- Connecting the fresh water tank
PLEASE NOTE: This is a registered vessel and will need to be notarized after the auction. The transfer costs will be for the account of the buyer.
Saturday the 22nd of February between 11 and 14 hours in Delft (NL).
|Length over all:||14.99m|