Waterlady is a fine example of the popular day cruiser built by Andrews in the fifties and sixties. She has benefited from continuous overwintering ashore with Henwood and Dean where a new plywood bottom was built some years ago. On recent inspection I noticed the clean bilges and the general condition of this day launch which is excellent. There are good, attractive furnishings and opening bow doors onto the cockpit with the luxury of a separate loo with holding tank and a two burner galley with integrated sink. A folding door neatly isolates the loo from the cabin. This boat would serve you well if you wanted to occasionally sleep over as it has all the necessary facilities. The engine is a Morris vedette which is located under the forward deck. The forward cockpit has two comfortable blue Lloyd loom chairs and the aft cockpit two benches facing each other. Andrews day launches suit families looking for a boat with generous freeboard and a cabin with a table in which children can play games and generally entertain themselves. They are also ideal for a couple wishing to spend the occasional night on board.
Waterlady has a full winter cover as well as fitted cockpit covers.
A Henley town centre mooring with a parking space is available by separate negotiation. The mooring offers excellent visibility right down the Henley Royal Regatta rowing course so you can grab a Pimms and sit in the aft cockpit to enjoy one of the best views in town.
Waterlady has a current BSS certificate and an EA licence for 2024 and comes with a full file documenting maintenance.