Mylor Bridge Cornwall UK|
Musia is a charming example of this popular size and style of Dutch steel motor cruiser constructed to an excellent standard by a highly regarded yard. Although ideal for exploring rivers and waterways, she was also built with a more seagoing underwater profile than usual and internal helm position for her first owner to cruise long distances and explore the Mediterranean. Her layout has also been updated to offer more comfortable liveaboard accommodation for two, with a comfortable owners cabin aft, upgraded, deeper seating, large galley and utility area forward, and generous amounts of storage space. The current owner has spent a lot of time updating her systems including total electrical rewire, new warm air heating, autopilot to the upper and lower help, touch screen plotter and more. Well worth a look as a liveaboard or for extended cruising in comfort.
Please note images were taken in 2019 when the current owner purchased her.
Viewing by prior appointment only through our Essex office on (01621) 785600.
|No. of engines:||1|
|Cruising Speed:||7 knots|
|Maximum Speed:||10 knots|
|Length over all:||42' 1"|
|Maximum draft:||3' 7"|
|Draft, drive up:||3' 7"|
|Fuel capacity:||500 Litres|
|Water capacity:||500 Litres|
|Holding tank capacity:||20 Litres|
'Musia' is fitted out in a traditional style to a high standard and her flexible layout offers up to six comfortable berths combined with superb space and storage for liveaboard cruising.
FORWARD LIVING AREA - This space features a well proportioned dinette to port which converts to form a double berth, U-shaped utility area with washing machine, oven, microwave and fridge leading on to a very large linear galley equipped with generous work surfaces, a 4-burner electric ceramic hob, stainless steel sink and ample stowage space. All equipment can be powered by shorepower or generator to allow cooking whilst passage making without the safety concerns of gas. Steps lead up to wheelhouse saloon.
WHEELHOUSE SALOON - The raised saloon has excellent natural light and ventilation creating a very comfortable area to relax or entertain in. Settees to port and starboard with storage beneath and offering two comfortable single berths. Free standing table with built in storage beneath. Internal helm position forward to port with freestanding removable helmsman chair (bolts down in adverse conditions to starboard), instrumentation and navigation equipment. Boatman multi fuel stove forward to starboard. Sliding doors to port and starboard decks and steps down to forward living area and aft cabin.
HEADS COMPARTMENT: Heads compartment to port with Jabsco marine toilet, Y-Valve to removable cassette tank for easy waste disposal (a holding tank could easily be installed if desired) or overboard discharge, shower and washbasin.
OWNERS AFT CABIN: The full width cabin consists of a double berth to port with large storage hold beneath, excellent storage in numerous lockers, drawers, shelves and wardrobe with a dressing table and vanity unit with sink to starboard. Also fitted with an LCD tv and an electric radiator for convenient heating whilst on shore power.
GENERAL EQUIPMENT: Webasto 5kw diesel fired warm air heating system (new 2020) with insulated outlets to all cabins. Boatman 5kw multi fuel stove with removable chimney. Hot and cold pressurised water system via calorifier with immersion coil. Removable dehumidifier. 400 litre freshwater tank with 100 litre reserve. Washing machine (new 2020) Fly nets for doors, port holes and hatches. Entertainment provided by a LCD TV and JVC CD/radio stereo system. Concealed boat safe for valuables. High quality interior cabinetry with blue cotton upholstery (new 2014) and complimenting curtains throughout.
EXTERNAL SPACE: The raised aft cockpit has a simple helm position off centre to port and a large open aft deck with removable bimini top offering excellent space for alfresco dining and entertaining. Wide side decks with good steps, high guard rails with side gates and excellent safe level surfaces make deck work safe and easily manageable. Aft deck crane and davits also fitted for easy handling of a tender and heavy equipment. Deck mounted boat hook storage and aft bathing platform with folding swim ladder.
Kok 1250 Motorgrundel designed by Th.J.Kok and built in 1978 by Kok/Achterbos of Vinkeveen in the Netherlands, first commissioned 1980. Dark blue painted steel displacement hull with long keel profile (protecting rudder and propeller, also fitted with weed box), cream superstructure and grey decks with non-slip profile. Dual station hydraulic wheel steering. Minimum air draft 2.31m (7'6") with the masts and screen folded down.
In 2009 the hull was shot blasted below the waterline back to bare metal and then coated with epoxy, at this time hull thickness was stated as being almost as new.
Danforth anchor with chain and warp
Manual anchor winch
Stainless steel aft deck crane and davits
Canvas sun canopy and separate deck awning
Bathing platform with stainless steel swim ladder
Aft deck table and chair set
All round handrails with gates, aft ladder and coachroof grab rails
3 x Windscreen wipers
Aft and forward masts with deck light (can be lowered)
Stainless steel deck fittings
Mooring pins with hammer
Assorted warps and fenders
25 metre lock ropes
Subject to negotiation to the purchaser:
Mercury 2.5hp outboard (new 2020)
2.3-meter inflatable dinghy (new 2020)
Northstar DSC VHF radio
Digipak combined depth and boat speed
Touch screen colour chart plotter loaded wit UK & EU charts (new 2020)
Seafarer echo sounder
Laptop with pre-loaded C-Map chart plotting software
Garmin 152 GPS navigation system
Raymarine hydraulic autopilot with S100 wireless remote control
Navtex Weather system
LCD TV with satellite dish and tuner
JVC CD/radio stereo system
Brass clock and barometer
Located under the wheelhouse sole, Thornycroft 6-cylinder 113hp diesel engine. Freshwater cooled via heat exchanger to keel cooling unit for simplicity and increased reliability. Single lever controls and hydraulic wheel steering at both helms. 400 litre fuel tank with a 100 litre reserve tank. Fuel consumption is approximately 6 litres per hour at 7 knots, with a maximum speed of 10 knots. Shaft drive via Hurth hydraulic gearbox to 3-bladed bronze propeller with rope cutter. Hydraulic bow thruster with controls at both helms.
The engine is in good cosmetic condition, has been regularly maintained and proven very reliable during current and previous ownership. It was last serviced in October 2020 and the hour meter is showing 5980hrs since new.
5 x 12v batteries (2 x domestic, 2 x engine in 24v bank and dedicated Mitsubishi generator (new 2021) charged via 12v and 24v engine alternators. Shore power system with ring mains, immersion coil and battery charger. Mitsubishi 3-cylinder 7KVA fresh water keel cooled diesel generator with remote start. Vetus 1.2 Kw inverter. Solar panel (140w) with charge regulator. Electrical distribution panel at helm.
A total re-wire of the boat was carried out in 2020 to the current owner's high specification.
5 x Fire extinguishers (may require servicing)
4 x Smoke alarms
4 x Lifebuoys
Manual and electric bilge pumps
The company normally acts as brokers 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 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 and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability on our part.
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, fire extinguishers and flares etc., are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on board as part of the sale of a used vessel, may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner s specific needs.