Cera is a attractive and spacious one of a kind boat with an interesting history.Built at Richmond slipways in 1961 by Charles Herbert lightroller,the senior most senior surviving officer of the titanic disaster. Cera is carvel built of teak planking on teak frames with a mahogany/teak superstructure.
In 1970s she was owned by sir Arthur 'bomber' Harris,commander of the RAF during WW2
1980s- owned by the commodore of the royal yacht club,moored at ramsgate and used extensively in France and Belgium
1990-Back on the Thames at Richmond, owned by the landlord of the 3 pigeons
1996-acquired by Rodney bewes an actor made famous by his role as Bob ferris in the likely lads
Beam 10' 6"
Thornycroft 70hp diesel engine serviced 2018
Boat safety certificate valid until 22nd may 2021
Cera would an ideal liveaboard having 3 separate cabins with 4 berths,complete with a full cooker,sink,coolbox, and chemical toilet.
Lying mid Thames between Richmond and Windsor
|Vessel type:||Moter cruiser|
|Drive type:||Shaft drive|
|Length over all:||28'|
|Maximum draft:||3' 6"|