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Lord Nelson comes as a fully equipped ready to use live aboard or would equally suit a leisure or extended stay.
On entering the boat you go under a full canopy at the stern down two steps to find a utility area on the left with washing machine and sink, and storage cupboard on the right.
There is a cosy lounge area with two free standing easy chairs and foot stools, a large wall mounted TV, sound bar and additional cupboard storage.
Next is the sleeping cabin which has a fixed double bed with drawers underneath and overhead storage. This is followed by the bathroom with a cassette to... read more
Mon Amour is a semi traditional stern narrowboat, perfect as a live aboard vessel and for holidays afloat.
Descending from the stern steps, you will first enter the bedroom. This has a double bed with a storage cupboard and wardrobe space.
Next is the bathroom. This contains a shower cubicle, vanity unit and toilet.
Following this is a well equipped galley. This has a hob, separate integrated oven and grill, fridge and a double sink. There is also ample worktop space and under counter storage.
The saloon follows on from this. This contains a Welsh dresser style unit, a sofa that ca... read more
This compact, well presented narrowboat is perfect for exploring the waterways as a holiday boat or as a live aboard vessel.
Tickety Boo is painted in a royal blue and red livery with a red cratch cover over the bow deck.
As you descend from the stern, you first reach the engine room. This space is idea for storing all the paraphernalia that boating requires.
A further couple of steps lead you down into the bedroom area. This includes a double berth with 4 storage drawers underneath the bed, a clever space saving design for storing your personal belongings.
Next cabin along is the ... read more
Built in the classic 'working boat' style, Gra-I-Am is an extremely attractive and thoughtfully laid-out boat, with much to recommend her to the traditional boat enthusiast. In the days before central heating, boats were built with solid fuel stoves to both stern and bow, together with a central engine room. This boat has all that and central heating too!
Externally Gra-I-Am boasts a handsome green and cream livery, and the hull was last blacked in 2019.
Stepping into the boat from the stern, the first cabin is a lovely example of a historic 'Boatman's cabin'. Th... read more
A 2 cabin GRP cruiser with central cockpit and steering position, fitted with 2x100w solar panels. Ideal for weekend breaks and longer cruising options.
The smaller, rear cabin contains seating and access to the Honda 15hp outboard motor.
The main, forward cabin has a small bathroom to the left with wc and shower. Opposite this is the galley which is fitted with a 2 burner hob, oven and grill, sink and drainer, worktop space and cupboards underneath.
Bench seating can provide a single berth, and the front of the living accommodation is given over to a large seating area which converts... read more
Rochester is a very eye-catching boat with a pale blue/grey themed livery and interior. Ideally sized for cruising the length and breadth of Britain's canal network, this boat would be equally suitable as a holiday home or a live aboard, especially as she even has a washing machine!
The stern leads via storage and utility space to a decent sized double bedroom and then on to a bathroom which is decorated with blue mosaic tiles, a quirky blue framed mirror and has both a bath and a shower.
There is a Pullman style dinette next to the galley, which can be converted to provide a second... read more
An attractive and comfortable boat, small enough to be able to navigate the Mon & Brec canal but spacious enough to be suitable as either a holiday home or a live aboard. This is the first time 'Up Spirits' has been available to purchase, having been under the care of the current owner since she was built in 2002.
Painted in a smart grey livery and with a 'V' shaped hull, cratch covers protect both the stern and bow, which is fitted with an 'A' frame.
You enter the boat from the semi traditional stern, and steps from there lead down into the bedroom, wh... read more
Enjoy long days and short breaks cruising the waterways on board this motor cruiser which can sleep up to 4 crew.
The Captain's seat is at the rear of the boat and also has seating behind to accommodate guests. There is a handy cratch cover fitted over this area which acts as protection from inclement weather.
Entering the main cabin, there is a WC on the left before coming to the living area. Here a smart dinette is on the left, opposite a galley area with a stainless steel sink and drainer, oven and fridge.
Finally there is another seating area within the bow of the boat which ... read more
This beautiful narrowboat was originally built by Harland & Wolff as a 'Small Woolwich butty' for the Grand Union Canal Carrying Company in 1935. In later years the boat was cut in half and converted and Marcellus retains the original name together with the GUCCC12447 and 308 numbering. These boats were lived and worked on during the second World War, and the clever design makes living afloat a real pleasure for the modern boater.
The stern steps lead into a classic 'Boatman's cabin' with its own solid fuel stove and seating/cupboards which can be extended to... read more
A modern and high specification narrowboat, having only 2 previous owners since she was built in 2009.
The layout consists of forward fitted modern style galley kitchen with New World cooker, Inlander fridge and worktops with storage above and below. Midships is an open plan yet cosy living area with a traditional Morso Squirrel stove and plentiful shelving. The sofa can be converted to provide a second double bed for guests.
The bathroom allows for space, by opening across the boat and contains a spacious shower with high class fittings. together with a vanity unit and cassette toilet..... read more