Current Price: £23,950 (Tax Paid)
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- 27ft / 8.23m
- 10.1ft / 3.08m
BMC 4cyl Diesel 1.8 Inboard diesel 48 horsepower
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- Located In:
- Shepperton, United Kingdom
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For sale, 1979 Freeman 27. 'Katspaw' is a lovely example of this very popular classic river cruiser.The Freeman 27 offers a very large and comfortable cockpit area for a boat of this length, making it one of the best options for a four berth cruiser. Viewing recommended.
Builder John Freeman Marine, Wolvey, Leics, UK
Length 27' 8.22m
Beam 10' 1" 3,07m
Draft 2' 6" 0.76m
Air draft 8' 2" 2.5m
Fuel Capacity 20 Gallons 90L
Water Capacity 22 Gallons 100L
Engine BMC 1.8 Diesel Morse Controls
Drive Shaft Drive
Consumption 1.5l per hour at 4 Knts
Max cruising speed 8Knts
WC Porta Potti ( 2 x Cassettes)
Cooker Gas, Two ring, Griil & Oven
Heating Eberspacher Warm Air
Water Heating Immersion
Water System Electric Pressurised
Anchor & Line
Panasonic 453 Radio/Cassette
General Information and History
Last Engine Service January 2017 Sheridan Marine (Freeman Specialist) Bills available
Last Anti-Foul March 2017
Last ashore October 2016 - March 2017 and annually prior to that.
New Hood fitted by Sheridan marine in 2015
Boat Safety Certificate to 2019
Thames Licence to Dec 2017
'Katspaw' has been with the present owners for six years and has been kept at Shepperton during the summer, and with Sheridan Marine during the winter.
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 with power would be £3119.85 including VAT and the discount, saving £298.65!
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.