Little Acorn is a beautiful 57ft Trad built by Yarwood. Little Acorn started life as a 71ft BCN Station Class Northwich butty in 1928 and was horse drawn. She was originally constructed from riveted iron and in 2007 she had a total restoration which included a new steel superstructure. The quality of build is evident from the exterior with stunning recessed panels and brass portholes throughout. She is registered on the Historic Boat Owners Club. Hot water is supplied by a Calorifier/ Immersion. There are 2 stoves on board. There is an Epping stove in the Boatman’s cabin and a Brunel multifuel stove in the saloon. A Beta Marine JD3 Tug engine, housed in its own engine room, provides the propulsion. The engine was also installed in 2007 when she was restored. Electrics include: 240v landline, a inverter, a solar panel, 1 starter & 3 leisure batteries. 4 berth with a convertible double in the Boatman’s cabin and a dinette conversion at the bow. The bathroom contains a cassette toilet, a shower and a vanity basin. The galley is equipped with a cooker, a 12v fridge and timber worktops. BSC October 2024. Blacked & 4 anodes 2019. Hull survey 2017. If you are looking for a boat with character then Little Acorn has plenty to offer. A stunning vessel.