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1964 Phillips of Dartmouth Passenger vessel

$272,298 Listed price: £175,000 River Severn, United Kingdom
Make Phillips of Dartmouth
Model Passenger vessel
Year 1964
Condition Used
Price £175,000
Type Power
Class Commercial Boat
Length 104 ft
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Steel
Location River Severn, United Kingdom
LOA 104 ft
Beam 22 ft
Min. Draft 3 ft 6 in
Displacement 119893 kg
Max Bridge Clearance 22 ft
Engine Make Gardener
Engine Model 6LXB
Fuel Type Diesel
Power 120 hp
Drive Type Direct Drive
Engine Make Gardener
Engine Model 6LXB
Fuel Type Diesel
Power 120 hp
Drive Type Direct Drive
Seating Capacity 308
Fuel Tanks 1
Fresh Water Tanks 1
Holding Tanks 1


Large passenger vessel built  in steel by Phillips of Dartmouth and powered by twin Gardener 6LXB 120hp shaftdrive diesel engines.  This vessel is currently used on the River Severn as a passenger vessel or for private charter for wedding receptions, parties, disco's and much more and has been in the current ownership for 36 years.  She has MCA certification for 308 passengers and is fully equipped.  The boat is part of a business which is also for sale.

Although this vessel is currently run as a business, it would convert to a very large live-aboard.


Asking price now: £175,000

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Additional Information

Wire & windlass steering
Crew Intercom system in each part of vessel
Intercom radio mike
VHF radio
Spotlights (hand and remote operated)
Navigation lights
Anchor light
Anchor / chain in anchor locker
Manual anchor winch
Hand rails throughout the boat
Steel chequer-plate decks (bow and stern)
240v shore-power
Ring main
Battery charger
Mooring lines & fenders
2 x generators - Ford 25KVA and BMC 15KVA
Cold pressurised water system

Electric hot water boiler

Toilets with holding tank and pumpout
4 x  fridge/freezers + 3 bottle fridges
Bar sink
Dishwasher / Glass Washer
Hot trays (to keep food hot - tealights)
CD player for messages to customers - and music
Full fire fighting equipment
Fire extinguishers to comply to MCA regs
Bilge pumps in each section of hull operated from helm
Submersible pump
Safety equipment for all passengers to comply to MCA

Steel roof with varnished timber headlining
Pine decking.
Top deck entertainment area with storage off for band equipment.
Stern deck under awning with seats
Open front deck with seats
Customer toilets on top deck - 2 ladies, 1 gents
Main Cabin will seat 100 customers and additional seating on outside decks

Bar facility the full width of the boat
Flooring - carpet tiles
Will comfortably seat between 70 & 80
Teak lined roof with wired intercom

Galley preparation area
The hold has watertight bulkheads throughout the hull
which have been tested.  Each hold area has individual bilge pumps installed.  The holds are used to:
Store the anchor
Large engine room
Beer store

The engine produces warm air heating throughout the interior of the boat or can be reversed to provide cool air 

Fully equipped wheelhouse 

Annual dry dock for MCA survey 



Whilst every care has been taken in there preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed.  The particulars are intended  only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract.  A perspective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate to have the vessel fully surveyed and inspected, sea trialled and opened up. 



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