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Specifications

Boat Name Eleanor
Type Dutch «Luxemotor» Barge
LOA 22 m (72 ft)
Beam 4.2 m (13ft 9 in)
Draft 1 m (3ft 2 in) or less, except a 1.3 m (4 ft 3 in) skeg which protects prop and rudder
Air Height 3.35 meters (11 ft.) wheelhouse up; 2 meters (6 ft 7 in) wheelhouse down
Engine 1960 DAF 475/100 CV/Diesel, re-built (year unknown), keel-cooled
General Inventory Vetus 10 KVA generator, Victron battery charger, Victron inverter, Avon VHF radio, diesel-fired central heating with radiators, fiberglass dinghy, aluminum gangplank, anchor with chain on windlass plus 2 extra anchors, 2 life buoys, all required life jackets, lines, fenders
Reg/Doc.# BR37403B (Brussels,Belgium)
Year built 1921
Builder H. Haring, Wilnis Netherlands
Hull Riveted steel with overplating
Topsides Steel
Wheelhouse Mahagony with fiberglass roof panels (collapsible)
Fuel Tanks 2 stainless steel—600 liters red diesel (for heating and generator) 800 liters white diesel (for engine)
Water Tanks 2 stainless steel, 2,000 liters
General Furnishings Wood stove, 220v/212v/gas fridge/freezer, gas hot water, gas stove/oven, washing machine, microwave, TV with satellite, Ligne Roset armchair and sofa, oak dining table, 1 double bed, 1 queen/2 single bed, various chairs, small tables
Price € 228’000

Eleanor is a classic luxemotor with beautiful lines and a well-designed interior, suited for year-round living aboard and cruising the inland waterways of Europe. Accommodation includes two double bedrooms; a spacious bathroom with full-sized, tiled shower; large lounge/dining room with well-appointed galley. Wood floors, 2+-meter headroom, lots of windows and light throughout. On deck forward is a sundeck with ample seating for al fresco eating and entertaining, with a hatch down to a workshop and storage area below. The large wheelhouse folds down for getting under the low bridges of the Canal du Midi. The barge has been well-maintained, surveyed regularly and is centrally moored in the medium-sized French town of Roanne, about 1 hour from Lyon, 4 hours from Paris via TGV. Eleanor is a much-photographed boat, gracing the cover of the Roanne tourist office brochure, as well as the pages of GEO and Fluvial magazines . . . a grande old dame with whom to experience life and travel in France at a civilized, leisurely pace.

Pictures

Eleanor on the move, Roanne, France.

Eleanor on the move, Roanne, France.

Hauled out, Andenne, Belgium Note skeg at stern protecting prop and rudder.

Hauled out, Andenne, Belgium Note skeg at stern protecting prop and rudder.

Moored at Artaix, Canal Roanne à Digoin, France.

Moored at Artaix, Canal Roanne à Digoin, France.

Wheelhouse looking aft. To right, hatch to rear cabin. Oak table folds up to seat four

Wheelhouse looking aft. To right, hatch to rear cabin. Oak table folds up to seat four

Wheelhouse looking forward.To left, stairs down to main cabin.

Wheelhouse looking forward.To left, stairs down to main cabin.

Looking forward from wheelhouse Head is to starboard, to port is window seat with storage below, washing machine & fridge (in wood cabinet)

Looking forward from wheelhouse Head is to starboard, to port is window seat with storage below, washing machine & fridge (in wood cabinet)

Head looking forward

Head looking forward

Head looking aft

Head looking aft

Galley is to starboard, stove is aft, counter with shelves

Galley is to starboard, stove is aft, counter with shelves

Looking aft from main saloon past galley.

Looking aft from main saloon past galley.

Saloon looking aft

Saloon looking aft

Looking forward. Door to guest cabin forward

Looking forward. Door to guest cabin forward

Looking port

Looking port

Looking starboard. Storage under settees

Looking starboard. Storage under settees

Guestroom looking starboard

Guestroom looking starboard

Guestroom looking starboard

Owner’s cabin looking aft.

Owner’s cabin looking aft.

Owner’s cabin looking starboard

Owner’s cabin looking starboard

Note: queen-size bed athwartships on platform can be made up as fore/aft twins.

Owner’s cabin looking port.

Owner’s cabin looking port.

Owner’s cabin looking forward

Owner’s cabin looking forward

Old etched-glass bronze opening port (2 in owner’s cabin).

Old etched-glass bronze opening port (2 in owner’s cabin).

Windless & spare anchors in bow

Windless & spare anchors in bow

Bow with sundeck, built-in bench with storage Workshop with large storage area below decks.

Bow with sundeck, built-in bench with storage Workshop with large storage area below decks.

Stern. Owner’s cabin below

Stern. Owner’s cabin below

Door to engine room, which is isolated by watertight bulkheads.

Door to engine room, which is isolated by watertight bulkheads.

Doors to gas locker, which is well-ventilated isolated, and holds 3 13-kg bottles.

Doors to gas locker, which is well-ventilated isolated, and holds 3 13-kg bottles.

Articles

Articles

Eleanor is a much-photographed boat, featured on the cover of Roanne’s town brochure, in feature articles in the French boating magazine Fluvial, as well as in a double-page spread of an article about life on the Loire River in Geo magazine, a French National Geographic-type publication.

For inquiries, please contact Barry Gordon and Karen Greenfield at kgreenfieldfr@aol.com

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