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Orion in its current form constructed in 1975 by Keays boatyard using the frontend of one of only two 1935 prototype Harland and Wolff Star class butty's ( Orion and Saturn ) which were working boats.
Included with this boat is a large amount of history/workreciepts/reports - Diary of the person who had Orion built. Including hand drawings of which planks were replace earlier in its life. All original bills of sale are included. The papereork needs to be seen to be appreciated and its important to us that the new owner promises to preserve... read more
Beautiful historic narrowboat for sale, which has been lovingly restored over the past year. Riveted iron hull, marine ply and iroko cabin. All hull, cabin and engine work has been completed. The fit out is not complete which is reflected in the price.
-Lister petter ts2 engine recently serviced
-Rayburn solid fuel stove with back boiler
- Pure sine wave inverter producing 240v power on board
-Toilet, sinks, shower and taps included.
- hull work + survey
- engine service
- new floor
- new insulation
- new BSC with 4 years left
- started electr... read more
NEW DESIGN STERN. LOVELY STEERING.
GREAT LOOKING BOAT.
COMES WITH 40HP ENGINE AND STERN GEAR
BATTENING AND SPRAY FOAMING
4 MUSHROOM VENTS AND 4 DOOR LOUVRES
CENTRE ROOF RING
T STUD ON BOW
PIGEON BOXES EXTRA
2 PACK PRIMER ON SUPERSTRUCTURE.
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Prices may rise or fall due to fluctuating steel prices.
If you're looking for Best Quality and Best Value for Money - Look no further than ABC BOATS (Boston) Limited... read more
|Location:||BOSTON Lincolnshire UK|
The Venice, one of very few remaining Fellows, Morton and Clayton butties, was built at Saltley and first registered in 1914. After the demise of serious canal carrying, she was abandoned and sunk on the Ashton and Peak Forest Canal and was dug up during the canal restoration and used as a mud hopper by the Lorenz brothers, who were based on the Bridgewater Canal at Bedford Basin, Little Leigh. The owner bought her from Paul Lorenz in 1994 and she was the first total restoration project undertaken by Ian Kemp after he moved his business from Ellesmere Port to Dadford's Wharf at Stourbridg... read more
|Location:||London London UK|
Cygnus built by Harland and Wolff in 1935 as a Butty boat (no engine)
She worked originally for Grand Union Canal Carrying Co. then later for British Waterways and Willow Wren.
She has has just come out of full time carrying service on a commercial coal round and is now to be sold. The boat would make a wonderful heritage craft with a little finishing or would be well suited as a business boat or to work commercially.
Cygnus has benefited from a 10mm steel base plate fitted in 2010 and over plating 5 inches up the outside of the footings. She is fitted with wooden gunwales in fair conditio... read more
|Location:||Alvecote Basin Staffordshire UK|