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A great opportunity to purchase a recently decommissioned hire boat from the ABC Leisure Group fleet.
Tucker's Octopus has a reverse layout, resulting in the stern steps leading down into the saloon area, which is designed as seating and dining table which can be converted into a double bed when needed.
The galley area is well equipped with oven and hob, sink/drainer, under counter fridge, microwave and cupboard space.
The bathroom is fitted with a good sized hip bath with shower overhead and shower curtain. There is also a vanity unit with washbasin, and a dump-through toilet.
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Scott's Wonder Waltzer is an ex-hire boat looking for a new owner. With fixed bedding for up to 4, along with a dinette double, this boat can accommodate for a range of group sizes.
Offering a sought-after reverse layout, at the stern is a dinette. The table is removable and the L-shaped bench seating can be converted to a double berth, if required.
Next is the galley. Here there is a 4 burner hob/ cooker, a fridge, a sink and a microwave. There is also additional work surface that folds out from the cabin side.
This leads through to a WC, fitted with a toilet and a washbasin.
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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 b... read more
A modern and well equipped narrowboat, suitable for use as a holiday home or live-aboard. As well as central heating, Owamya comes equipped with a diesel fuelled freestanding stove in the saloon.
From the traditional stern, steps lead down to a useful storage area or 'boatman's cabin'. Forward of this, a bi-folding door opens into a fixed double berth bedroom, with storage space at either end.
The bathroom contains vanity unit, wc, shallow bath and shower above. A porthole-style window features here.
Moving forward again, the galley is well laid out with oven, sink and ... read more
Black Duck is a 23ft motor cruiser ideal for long days and short breaks on the water.
The captain's chair and skipper's wheel at the rear of the boat is covered by a smart blue cratch cover and there is seating available for extra guests at the stern.
Entering the mid cabin there is a toilet on the left before you progress into the galley and dinette area. The dinette area is stylishly finished with white leather covered seating which matches the built in white galley units. The kitchen area is complete with a gas hob and sink unit which is inset into a contrasting wooden workt... read more
This little boat would be ideal for weekending and more for a couple.
At 23ft Lily May is easy to handle and a nifty size to moor. She comes with the bonus of a fitted kitchen complete with a sink/drainer, hob/oven and fridge and an attractive multi fuel stove for those colder evenings.
A dinette at the bow of the boat converts into a double berth.
12 months leisure mooring for the price of 9 at Gayton, Anderton, Alvechurch or Kings Orchard Marina when purchasing this boat.
If you would like to make an appointment to view this boat, please contact Goytre Wharf.... 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
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Melody is a beautiful handcrafted wooden boat, built by Johnson, Sons and Jago Ltd on the shores of the River Thames at Leigh-on -Sea, Essex. The boat was commissioned as an engagement present for his then fiancé. The owner sadly passed last year and the boat now belongs to his daughter who has very fond memories of traveling on the Thames, the broads the canals, lake district, and the Scottish Loch's. The boat appears to have been maintained to a high standard throughout its 59 years.
The stern cabin has a dinette area with removable table stand and seating that converts into a... read more
Having had one owner since new in 2012, Ruddy Duck is now looking for someone else to take her helm , At just 35ft she is a compact boat which is easily navigable and would suit long days or short breaks on the water. This boat holds a valid boat safety certificate up to March 2025 and the engine has been recently serviced in 2020.
Entering from the stern there is seating on the left which can be converted into a double berth. A solid fuel stove in the centre of the boat provides extra heating to the fitted radiators.
The galley is equipped with a sink and drainer unit and gas hob/oven a... read more