Motorboaters after some serious liveaboard style might care to take a look over this craft.

Motorboaters after some serious liveaboard style might care to take a look over this craft.

The classic-style 43ft motorcruiser, made from cedar and teak with mahogany panelling in 1992, is on the market for £140,000.

Among its more unusual features are a French cast-iron wood-burning stove in the saloon and handmade basins with portraits of the boat and its name incorporated into their design.

Amali offers two double and three single berths. Power comes from twin Volvo Penta 212hp diesel engines. Despite being 13 years old, the boat has had only 140 hours of engine use.

She is kept at St Katherine’s Dock, London, on a mooring available for £1,778 per six months.

Potential buyers can contact City and Country Group. Tel: 01279 817882.