"SURVIVOR" is a traditional Dutch motor barge of the "Kagenaar" type, probably constructed as a commercial cargo carrier. Reportedly she was built around 1934/5 and converted into residential/pleasure use at a later date. The most recent hull survey is June 2013 and last out of the water July 2008.
"Kagenaar" were a type of small cargo barge developed in the Netherlands which could navigate shallow and smaller waterways with a flat deck, primarily used to transport fresh produce in boxes or loose.
The canvas enclosed rear cockpit features a built-in bench seat and enough space for al-fresco dining with free standing chairs and table.
Access is gained via twin hardwood doors from the aft deck; the helm position is located on the port side featuring hydraulic steering and single lever engine controls together with engine instrumentation.
The companionway leads from the wheelhouse into the main cabin space with a fully equipped walk-through galley offering domestic sized appliances and ample storage, leading the lounge area.
The saloon area has enough space for a sofa bed to allow for those unexpected overnight guests, the neutral decor and generous superstructure windows provide a light and airy living space.
The large bathroom, accessed from the port-side corridor, features a full size tiled walk-in shower cubicle and domestic sized toilet and vanity unit.
With large opening windows providing emergency access to the bows; the forward cabin is bright and spacious with a large fixed double berth.
* Victron Multi 1600w Inverter / 80amp Battery Charger
* Eberspacher 5KW Hydronic Diesel Heating / Hot Water
* Twin Coil Calorifier with Immersion Heater 240v
* Survey Report June 2016 & March 2008