An exciting project!
The Seawolf is a gentleman's motor cruiser built in 1958 in Looe, Cornwall.
She worked as a ferry in Topsham, Devon for about ten years.
Seawolf was converted to a small liveaboard houseboat in 2011/2012.
The boat has a cozy cabin in the bow, with lots of storage and a triangular bed big enough for two.
There is an open living space in the main cabin with a small galley and helm seat above the fridge. The boat comes with a custom stainless steel woodburner, that makes it very homely on chilly days.
The engine in the Seawolf is a 6 litre Ford Mermaid which was last started about two years ago. The engine is in the boat, but still needs hooking up to fuel and control lines.
The Seawolf is still a work in progress, but with a little TLC she would make an ideal cruising houseboat.
She has brass portholes, stainless steel cleats, stainless bow roller, stainless rudder, stainless bow rails, large stainless porthole, stainless forward hatch and stainless engine rails. The boat also has 10mm toughened tinted glass windows throughout the wheel house. These windows are housed in iroko window frames.
The Seawolf also has a small W/C built into the wheel house.
The boat is moored in Plymouth.
For any more information please contact James. Price has been dropped for quick sale as I am converting my other boat and need more time and money to focus on it.