Used Boats: 20 Adverts Displaying: 1-10
Lorna Jean is a well-presented narrowboat, which could be suitable for couples seeking a liveaboard. This boat holds a valid boat safety certificate until February 2023 and benefits from a newly fitted inverter.
Entering through the stern, is the bedroom cabin. The wood panelling has been painted in a pastel shade, providing a light and airy space. This bedroom offers an double berth which can be extended to king size and fitted wardrobe and cabinet for storage.
Next is the bathroom. This has been fitted with a Thetford toilet, a washbasin and a shower which is faced with brilliant white... read more
Pawprints is a charming boat suitable for both leisure cruising or live aboard.
Entering from the stern is the bedroom cabin. This has a fixed cross cabin double berth along with lockers and cupboards for storage.
Leading on, there is a walk through bathroom with shower cubicle, wash basin and WC.
Next is the dinette. This offers a table with bench seating which can be conveniently converted to a double berth, when required,
Moving on from here you pass a laundry cupboard with fitted washing machine before coming to the galley. The kitchen is fully equipped with a fridge, sink and ... read more
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Ariel offers a rare opportunity to own an historic boat with lots of character.
Originally a working boat, Ariel is a 44ft traditional style narrowboat, which was originally built in 1935 by ‘W.J. Yarwood & Sons’ of Northwich for the ‘Midlands and Coast Canal Carrying Ltd’ . In 1938, the company was taken over by Fellows, Morton & Clayton Ltd, before once again changing hands with the nationalisation of the waterways, becoming No. 735/7 of British Waterways NW Division.
The original 1935 section of the hull is constructed with a solid elm base-pl... read more
Alexander is a much loved boat looking for a new owner. This boat would be suitable as a leisure craft but also has the potential to be used as a live-aboard. This boat has benefitted from a hull blacking in November 2020.
Entering from the large cruiser stern deck is a corridor leading forward. To one side, is a wet room with a stainless-steel shower tray, corner hand basin and a ‘traveller’ toilet with holding tank. There is a full height wardrobe and opposite this are a set of two fixed single berth bunk beds.
A door leads forward into the saloon / galley. In the saloon, t... read more
Nancy Perry is a well presented reverse layout boat.
Entering the boat from the rear deck is an open plan saloon and galley.
The saloon has an area of fixed seating which can also convert to a bed but there is also space available for further loose furniture. To one side of the saloon is a Morso Squirrel Solid fuel stove.
The galley is custom built from solid wood and features various cupboards and drawers. A Belfast type ceramic sink is recessed into the worktop. The gas oven/grill is fitted into a tall cupboard/drawer unit and there is a separate gas hob on the worktop. In anoth... read more
Mole of Marsh Hall is built in the style of a Thames Inspection Launch with a unique and stylish ‘slipper’ stern.
The boat is ‘gas free’. The electrical power is supplied a Travel Pack 3.5kVA engine mounted generator, 12V batteries and an inverter.
The main steering position is in the bow where all helmsman and crew can relax together in the spacious covered cockpit.
Steering can equally carried out from the normal narrowboat position at the stern with the tiller bar.
Entering the boat from the ‘helm position’ is a large saloon which has a fixed ... read more
|Length:|| 57' 8"|
Offers are invited for Mic Mac which is being sold as an unfinished project.
Work will be required to bring it up to standard but once done it should give good service. The interior is in poor condition and has been partly stripped. The new owner would most likely consider relining and refitting.
There is a solid fuel stove, a sink and gas cooker in the galley but currently no gas, water or electrical supplies are connected. There is a water tank.
Externally the steel work appears reasonable; a survey would be advised to confirm the exact condition. The cabin superstructure is constru... read more
Merryweather II is a 60ft cruiser stern narrowboat which, with the freestanding saloon furniture currently in place, will accommodate up to 5 crew.
Entering from the stern, there is a bedroom cabin with a fixed double berth. There is cupboard space for storage as well as a handy recess with shelving behind the bed head.
The bathroom is next and comes equipped with a fully tiled shower cubicle, washbasin and cassette toilet. There is also cupboard storage and an electric towel heater/radiator.
Moving into the galley, an integrated oven is fitted within wooden units. There is a separate... read more
Whitwell 695 is a well-equipped boat, suitable for couples wishing to take longer boating breaks on the canals.
Entering through the semi-traditional stern, there is a cabin to the right, offering ample storage. This is shortly followed by the bedroom cabin, which offers a double berth.
Next is the bathroom. This is fitted with a toilet, a washbasin and a walk-in shower.
Continue through the boat and there is an open plan galley and saloon. The galley is equipped with a 2 burner hob, a fridge, a sink and drain unit and an aga, which also provides heating throughout the boat. The saloo... read more