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"Kurpfalz", Decommissioned  German Customs Patrol Boat

Kurpfalz Home
Deck Layout
Wheel House
Aft Cabin
Engine Room


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The general arrangement of the craft is as follows, from forward:

Forepeak: Anchor chain locker also accessible through foredeck hatch.

Forward Cabin: seating/berth space, galley area to starboard with s/s sink, 3 burner LPG stove, storage, sea head compartment to port, 4 portlights with central hinged skylight. Headroom: 1m 68cm (5 6).

Wheelhouse: 12 toughened glass windows set in rubber mounts, helm, searchlight control, ZF telegraphs and instrumentation, rear mounted window seats and hatch/chart table to engine room. Headroom: 1m 98cm (6 6).

Engine room: Main access via steps down from wheelhouse plus an escape hatch is provided starboard aft. A large section of the Deckhead can be removed to permit engine removal. Headroom: 1m 98cm (6 6).

Aft cabin: Flexible 2/4 berth accommodation (4 single bunks or 2 single beds or 1 king size double) with fitted clothes storage. A starboard closed compartment housing head connected to plastic holding tank port side aft, sink and shower attachment. Cabin has easy access to port side waste tank. Headroom: 1m 88cm (6 2).

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For further details or to arrange to view, please contact Adrian  Espin at: - Astonbury Marine Services 
19 Colne Road, Brightlingsea, Essex, CO7 0DL  Tel: 01206 305 996  or +44 1206 305 996
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