A piece of Canadian history. Originally named the HMCS ML Q070 has since been turned into a live aboard. She still needs a lot of finishing work but, most everything you need is already there. Fully live able main deck, with pilot house upstairs. Fully equipped workshop below, with un- finished rooms.
The Many Lives of the Noble Lady: From Wartime Naval Vessel to Live aboard http://www.nauticapedia.ca/Gallery/Noble_Lady.php
Make: Star Shipyards Model: Ex-Naval vessel Model Length: 112' Year: 1943 Boat Name: Noble Lady Hull Material: Wood (Honduras Mohgany)
Number of Engines: 1 Fuel Type: Diesel
Measurements LOA: 112' Beam: 17' 9" Draft: 6' (Aprox) Displacement: 134 T Head Room: 6'2" Number of Heads: 2 Number of Cabins: 1 Number of single berths: Number of double berths: 1 Fuel Tanks: 2 Fuel Tanks Capacity:2400 GAL (tinned copper) Fresh Water Tanks: 4 Fresh Water Tanks Capacity: 600 GAL Holding Tanks: No