Cleopatra Camargue 46
Current Price: £59,500 (Tax Paid)
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- 46ft / 14.02m
- 14.5ft / 4.42m
- Ford Sabre 370L Inboard diesel 370 horsepower x2
- Ref #:
- Located In:
- Shepperton, United Kingdom
- Hull Material:
- Time Lost
For sale, 1990 Cleopatra Camargue 46. Powered by twin 370hp Ford Sabre diesels, Time lost has been fitted out as a pied-a-terre but would be equally suited to cruising.
Length 46' 14.02m
Beam 14' 6" 4.41m
Draft 3' 10" 1.2m
Hull White GRP
Superstructure White GRP
Fuel capacity 308 Gallons 1400 Litres
Fresh Water 67 Gallons 300 Litres
Engines Twin Ford Sabre 370L 2 x 370hp
Cruising speed 18 Knts
Max speed 24 Knts
Lighting 12v & 240v
Generator Onan generator 11 Kw
Water Heating Calorifier and Immersion.
WC Two with macerators to holding tank.
Bath 1 fitted in side cabin next to single berth
Cooker 4 ring electric hob with extractor
Oven & Grill
Washer / Dryer
GPS Chart Plotter
Electric Anchor Winch
General Information and History
Last engine service August 2017 in Brentford Dock Bills available.
Last anti-foul Penton Hook 2016 and 3 years prior to that.
Last survey 2009 in Brundall, Norfolk.
As this boat has come onto the Thames to be sold, it has no Boat Safety Certificate at present.
Time Lost was purchased by the present owner in 2009 and while predominantly moored at Brentford dock it has been used to cruise the Thames Estuary, East Coast and for Channel crossings.
Shepperton Marina Mooring Offer
We are pleased to be able to offer discounted moorings for the first year at Shepperton Marina for all boats purchased through our Boat Showrooms brokerage office.
For this boat an annual mooring would be £4837.50 including VAT and the discount, saving £541.50! Power is metered if required.
The company normally only acts as a broker for the Vendor who, unless otherwise stated, is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars, the correctness is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only and do not constitute as a part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check these particulars and where appropriate, and at his own expense, to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey.