Walk through from Bow entrance
Meno Mosso has a 6ft seating area bow, with x2 gas lockers and x2 larger lockers which we use for materials and coal storage and 460l water tank.
You enter the boat into the living area onto a deep step which stores a small double truckle bed under which offers storage within and in the lockers to either side.
Once in the lounge there is a Prity log burner with pizza oven above which offers 12kw output and the flue is 316 stainless steel (2mm wall thickness).
In the living area there are two double windows and a roof hatch, there is a three seater sofa, side table and television. The television is 230 volt, it is freeview and there is a sat dish which is 12v.
In the kitchen there is a double window, wide side hatch and roof hatch, there is a selection of pans, crockery and cutlery which will be left. There is a 12 volt 60 litre fridge freezer (there is also 240 volt supply if you wish to change the fridge).
The oven, hob and grill have electronic ignition (12volt), the gas supply is switched off when the glass lid is closed and the microwave (grill/ oven / microwave) is 230 volt
Moving into the bathroom there are two windows, the toilet is a pump out type (tecma), the black water goes into a 460 litre holding tank stored under the bed. The pump out fitting is in the centre of the roof amidships fore and aft, there is also a manual pump out system stored in one of the lockers in the bow in case of emergencies.
There are three double cabinets in the hall/bathroom used as storage and another double cabinet under the sink, a separate shower cubicle positioned behind one of the bathroom doors, once both are closed you have a very roomy bathroom.
In the bedroom, there is a small double with a 5 week old Emma mattress, a shelved floor to ceiling storage cupboard, two windows, roof hatch and wide side hatch.
You then enter the back of the boat which is currently used as an office/dressing room. There is a curved storage cupboard with shelves in the door and frame and a mirrored wardrobe next to this, both have drawers underneath. The boat has ample storage and plumbing for a washing machine where the desk is currently located.
Constructed by PKB 2009
from new the hull was painted with two coats of primacon, followed by a coat of undercoat, then a coat of undercoat/topcoat 50/50 mix, followed by a topcoat and then 3 coats of blacking - this has been renewed every 4 years since.
Spray foam insulation (50mm thick min)
Lining is 12mm ash faced ply and the trim is poplar tulip hardwood.
Three roof hatches, 9 mushrooms and the one in the shower is 12volt fan assisted
3 built in wardrobes
Double glazed windows
The engine is Beta 43, factory fitted with two alternators; 95 amp output that charged the starter battery and a 140 amp outlet that charges the leisure batteries
The PRM is 18” in diameter with a 14” pitch
(1200rpm= approx 4mph) using 1.5 litres of diesel per hour. Increasing to 1800 on non tidal rivers cruising upstream = 6pm
12 volt electrics
X5 110 amp leisure batteries and x1 110 starter battery - ALL REPLACED IN 2020
230 volt electrics
Landline connection and battery charger
1500 watt inverter and facilities to add a generator to the system if desired
Plumbing - the 20 psi water pump has two filters in the feed, is supplies cold water to the taps, shower and toilet and pressurised the calorifier located in the stern.
The calorifier is heated by the engine in less than an hour.
Last blacked 2020
2021 hull survey
2022 boat safety
|Engine model:||beta 43|
|Length over all:||64'|
|Water capacity:||460 Litres|
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.