Freeman 23

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Sold - Jun 20

Freeman 23, "Lilly"

Boat Length: 23ft (7.02m)
Berths: 4
Year: Believed 1971
Fuel Type: Petrol

A tidy example of the ever popular Freeman 23 which has a fitted hard top.

Sold - May 19

Freeman 23, "Molly D"

Boat Length: 23ft (7.01m)
Berths: 4
Year: Believed 1973
Fuel Type: Petrol

This Freeman 23 is classic river cruiser which is economical and practical.

Sold - Jul 19

Freeman 23, "Dusty Rose"

Boat Length: 23ft 4in (7.11m)
Berths: 4
Year: 1972
Fuel Type: Petrol

VIEWEING BY APPOINTMENT ONLY <p>Freman 23s are a classic river cruiser. This example is presented in tidy order.</p>

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The shallow V hull together with conventional shaft drive and long keel makes he boat a delight to handle. The foam core GRP construction leads to a cosy, well insulated interior. The Freeman 23 is essentially a stretched version of the earlier Freeman 22.This model had a level superstruture and side deck. John Freeman built approx 700 examples. Top speed approx 7 knots. Freemans were famed for their excellent timber interior and the quality is still evident in these craft today. Accommodation is a classic 4 berth layout with 2 V berths to the bow and a table dinette that folds down to form a double berth. There is separate toilet compartment and galley area. The most popular engines fitted were the Ford Watermota Petrol (35hp) and Perkins 4.107/08 diesel (45hp). The Freeman is cheap to run and mechanically reliable with good spares availability.

Standing headroom in cabin is 5ft 10ins. Length of V berth 6ft.

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