A BUNDABERG ICONIC TOURIST ATTRACTION
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THE BUNDY BELLE IS IN COMMERCIAL SURVEY AND READY FOR A NEW OWNER SURVEY CLASS: 1E-52 Passengers 2 crew.
The current business is for sale as an ongoing concern and has a good annual return with 22 years of operation history, includes 2 extra boats, a BBQ Pontoon in Commercial Survey for 10 passengers and a 3 meter dinghy with a 15HP Parsuns outboard.
Restricted Coxwains ticket would be required to Captain the Belle or the current Skipper is available to stay on if required.
3 years financials available for perusal. She is currently booked all year round for river historical day cruises and private functions in the heart of Bundaberg.
She has a Jukebox and Karaoke machine The 100mm x 50mm timber frames and 150mm x 50mm stringers and bulkheads all look like the day Bundy Belle was built.
The Bundy Belle is fitted with a bar fridge and a Porta Potti.
EXTERNAL The vessel was inspected out of the water for insurance purposes at Bundaberg Slipway on the 1st of July 2019.
The hull is constructed of timber and is in good condition.
Below the chine is cross planked and above the chine is fore and aft carvel planking.
All the 1 inch spotted gum planking has been clenched fastened to the timber frames.
Bundy Belle has no loose planking.
There was a new Jotun antifoul and Propspeed applied while Bundy Belle was on the slip.
The topsides appear in good condition.
There is a substantial aluminium belting along the deck hull join.
The rudder is well attached to the back of the keel.
The rudder bearings felt firm when I moved the rudder by hand.
The deck is constructed of plywood/fiberglass and is in good condition.
The cabin windows are safety glass in aluminium frames and look in good condition.
There is a green Bimini with an aluminium frame that covers the aft deck.
There is a galvanised steel handrail that encompasses the aft deck.
There are two appropriate size bronze cleats and a substantial bollard for mooring Bundy Belle.
The anchoring arrangements appear to be appropriate for the size of the vessel, with a 40lb Plow anchor with a rope chain combo FLY BRIDGE The fly bridge is accessed via steps on the port side of the aft deck.
There is seating up here on both port and starboard sides and Carly floats at the forward end. The fly bridge is encompassed with a galvanised handrail