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|Offered By||boatpoint at Portland Marina|
Introducing Barky Pocorom, HLD 6509, denoting that she was the 9th Naval Harbour Launch built-in 1965. Built on the Isle of Wight. Fitted with original diesel Foden FD6 diesel engine which has been reconditioned and regularly run. Extensive spare part inventory available by negotiation.
Barky Pocorum would make an ideal liveaboard. A spacious interior with an elegance and history rarely found, this is an opportunity to have a boat that is both practical and unique. At a very competitive price for this length and volume, it is an opportunity you should seriously consider.
This is your chance to buy a bit of history, with some work required on the exterior to restore the historic aesthetic of this vessel, the interior appears in reasonable condition with a closer inspection advised to see the potential this boat has to offer. Reluctant sale due to ill health.
Foden FDE 120HP
Inboard Marine diesel engine
Shaft drive to 4 blade propellor
VHF DSC Radio
Various fire extinguishers
5 berths in 3 cabins
2 heads one with shower
The saloon is accessed through a sliding side door from either port or starboard, the saloon has the helm station forward and to port, the gally to stern and starboard, with a dining area with table and bench seat and two wooden seats central to starboard.
There is a companionway forward and central leading down to two forward cabins a heads and a storage/workshop cupboard.
There is a companionway aft and to port leading down to a lounge/twin berth with a heads compartment.
Engine room access is via a hatch behind the helm station
Twin berths with some storage cupboards at the foot of the berths, full standing room between the berths, an access door to forward to the bow.
Single berth with windows to port and some storage.
Fitted with Vacu flush marine toilet vanity sink and shower.
Forward of the heads is a storage/workshop cupboard which is currently being used for storage.
Twin berths with full headroom between the berths, heads with marine toilet, accessed via steps forward to saloon. Companion way access to aft cockpit with double doors and sliding companion way hatch. This cabin is currently being used as a lounge.
Situated in the saloon forward and to port, the helm is equipped with various navigation equipment, a wooden ship style steering wheel, a vetus throttle and gear controller, various gauges and switches, along with a bow thruster control.
“L” shaped galley is to the rear and starboard of the saloon, the galley is equipped with, S/S sink with rise and mixer tap, a Russel Hobbs Microwave oven, a cooler, and a twin hotplate on the tiled worksurface.
Wooden table with a bench seat and two separate wooden seats adjacent to the galley.
Wooden hull deck and superstructure
|Fresh Water Tank|