WITCH OF AGNESI
Immaculate 60ft narrowboat with central heating, 4 berths and high tech Betamarine B43 diesel installation
Well found, barely-used and ready for immediate cruising. Advanced self-contained system for central heating, domestic hot water supply and all-electric galley designed for 21st century live-aboard life. Hot water round the clock by electricity from diesel engine generator or from shore supply and calorifier. Separate head, washbasin and shower compartment with hot water radiator and double galley sinks.
Length overall: 60ft 0in 18.2m Beam: 6ft 10in 2.08m
Launched 2004 by Crown Narrowboats in 10/6/4 steel.
Displacement: 19200kg Draught: 2ft 0in 0.6m
Engine: Keel-cooled Beta B43 diesel with two alternators, hydraulic drive, electrical generator and hydraulic bow thruster.
Berths: 4. Heating: Gas-free Mikoni 7.5Kw electric system with piped hot water to heat all cabins and head.
Builder: Hull by G & J Reeves, Napton GB 2003, fitted out and launched in 2004 by Crown Narrowboats Ltd, Monton, Geater Manchester.
Professionally fitted all-electric galley includes microwave cooker, induction hob, freezer and refrigerator, domestic hot and cold water system powered from engine generator or shore power through Victron 1.7Kw voltage inverter system, Witch of Agnesi is berthed afloat at Liverpool Marina with new lighting, television screens, windows and blinds, leather armchairs and panelling in a light oak style. The three domestic batteries and the one new heavy duty starter battery are managed from an onboard installation linked to a shore-powered battery charger and two engine-driven alternators. The engine can be started and run as a generator from a control unit in the galley.
brokerage sale afloat at Liverpool Marina
The witch of Agnesi is a curve studied by Maria Agnesi in 1748 in her book Instituzioni analitiche ad uso della gioventù italiana, the first surviving mathematical work written by a woman. The curve is also known as cubique d’Agnesi or agnésienne, and had been studied earlier by Fermat and Guido Grandi in 1703. It became known as the "witch" by mistranslation of the Italian word versorio for "turning". WIKIPEDIA.
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