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At an ample 65ft in length, Victor de Verney is well suited for either liveaboard or extended cruising.
She features an independent shower room, toilet compartment & engine room.
Tastefully lined in a combination of pine tongue & groove boards in the aft section & oak faced plywood in the fore. The cabin sides have been nicely broken up into framed panels using a mixture of sapele & idigbo.
A further notable feature is the hinged aft slide & drop down floor platform that allows enough space for someone to safely accompany the steerer whilst cruisi... read more
|Length:|| 65' 2"|
Here is the chance to lay your hands on a brand new boat without having to wait.
The shell is from Tyler/Wilson, a well respected name in the industry, with a fit-out by a new company just starting out and if this boat is anything to go by, then they will have a bright future.
There are less than 3 hours on her engine and the first time she got her bottom wet was when she was craned into the water at Crick.
There is a rugged Barrus engine fitted and a bow thruster to help you in tricky situations. 230V power is supplied by a landline, or when out and about, by the Victron Multiplus... read more
|Length:|| 59' 10"|
The shell for Blue Wolf was fabricated in 2008 by Collingwood Boatbuilders, who learnt their trade whilst in the employment of Liverpool Boat Co (perhaps the most prolific shell builder to date), with the fit-out carried out in 2014 by the first owner, in attractive light ash and with a REVERSE layout. Having the bedroom at the front means that on a nice sunny morning you can lie in bed with the forward doors open and enjoy the view. The open plan galley/saloon/dinette at over 25ft in length, give a real feeling of space, with the L-shape dinette providing a second double berth perfect for gue... read more
|Length:|| 58' 1"|
Nearly all modern narrowboat shells are built from steel, but some are built from aluminium.
Constructing craft over many years, Sea Otter boats were, and still are, known for being distinctively different in many ways, but especially for their low maintenance needs.
Cleverly there are built in ballast tanks that can be filled with waterway water to go boating and then easily emptied to transport the boat by road.
The use of aluminium means that any hull paint coating is purely cosmetic and so removing the need for the hull to be painted.
Within a short length, Sea Otter have cleve... read more
|Length:|| 39' 7"|
Ian Young, an experienced boat builder,has now produced three boats under the trade name of Cygnus Narrowboats. For this boat he chose a shell from the long established and well respected fabricators, Colecraft Engineering, with the specification including a smooth running Beta B43 engine and Vetus bow thruster.
Telesto, named after a moon of Saturn, is in the popular reverse layout and features a sociable cruiser deck protected by a pram-type cover which can be lowered when required.
Have you ever pondered the question - is a pump-out or a cassette wc the best? Well on Telesto you hav... read more
|Length:|| 61' 11"|
There is certainly a lot packed into Tonka 2, indeed more than you often find in a larger boat.
By having a short foredeck and wider cruiser deck enabled a longer cabin length to be fitted-out with a saloon, shower room, galley and dinette.
No, we have not missed the bedroom, as the bed is cleverly hinged away in a saloon cupboard, so making the saloon dual purpose: living area by day and bedroom by night. The bed can be left made-up and simply folds away, which is better done with two people. Even then there is also a double on the convertable dinette and a short child single in the s... read more
|Length:|| 46' 11"|
There are many benefits to a craft with a Boatman's cabin. In inclement weather steering is a real pleasure with the warmth of the range at your feet and the delicious smell of a casserole slowly simmering away.
Being several feet away, engine noise is greatly reduced and you have the added advantage of a totally separate sleeping cabin for family or friends.
Grey Wagtails engine room houses a slow running, powerful, three cylinder diesel engine producing a pleasing exhaust note (doubles up as a superb room to dry wet clothing).
Ideal for long term cruising or residential use,... read more
Delightful boat for high days, holidays and especially residential use. Easily recognisable as a Colecraft both inside and out, from the pleasing sweep of the stern to the characterful bow.
The well executed interior in light oak and painted panels give an exceptionally bright feel to saloon/galley.
Privacy in the bedroom and shower room is enhanced by the use of portholes (now you may think that a cabin with portholes will be a dark and dowdy place), but this is not the case here. Once again the choice of fit-out materials makes the most of the available light.
The utility area a... read more
JL Pinder’s of Stoke Works, Worcestershire can trace their boat building history back to the dawn of the leisure boating age, a family owned company which is still being run by the second generation. They have always enjoyed a reputation for building good looking, sturdy craft.
Many people would say that the fit-out of Buttercup is basic but a better way of describing it would be no-nonsense with less to go wrong, just allowing you to enjoy what the canals have to offer.
Completed in American white oak panels with contrasting darker trim, the interior is a pleasant place to wh... read more
|Length:|| 44' 9"|
Distinctively a Stoke-on-Trent boat, including elegant lines and additional features to give a traditional style and pleasing handling characteristics.
The fine josher style bow is enhanced by a good number of rubbing guards, with the elliptical Stoke boats counter for easier manoeuvring from the bank side.
The Stoker features a shortened Boatman’s cabin with a range, table cupboard and crumb drawer.
Forward of this is the engine room housing a magnificent Gardner 2L2, which was re-built and marinised by Gardner specialist, Danny Williamson, with a photographic record of this... read more
|Length:|| 68' 2"|