Stannator – our latest Hybrid

Stannator is our latest diesel-electric hybrid built for Andy & Liz (our 4th hybrid build in less than 2 years). Launched a couple of days ago, she has striking celtic inspired paintwork; a slightly different layout with a mid-ships galley; and she has a few interesting features including a composting…

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Making the most of the space

This was the headline on the July 2019 Towpath Talk review of Happy Wanderer. Described by reviewer Phil Pickin as a highly adaptable, stylish narrowboat, intelligently built to accommodate small or larger numbers. Read all about our uniquely reconfigurable and innovative dinette and our other clever space saving ideas in…

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Watt Knot 3rd in show at Crick 2019

We are delighted to announce that our diesel-electric hybrid Watt Knot has won 3rd in show at the UK biggest narrowboat show. Watt Knot was built last summer for Jonathan and Karen Warren, an Australian couple who have been continuous cruisers on Watt Knot since last September. Thank you so…

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Pamela May 2 takes to the water

We are delighted to have handed over Pamela May 2 to her new owners the Droitwich Waterways (Pamela May) Trust Ltd. She aroused lots of interest as she cruised silently on her electric drive from Droitwich Spa Marina to her moorings in the town. Lots more pictures to view on…

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Happy Wanderer

We are delighted to announce that our latest 57 footer has a name and new owners. Happy Wanderer has been bought by Mike & Anthony and she is destined for Harleyford Marina on the River Thames, between Henley and Marlow.

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“Pamela May 2” hull arrives

We are excited to announce the arrival of the latest hull which will become the new trip boat “Pamela May 2” for the Droitwich Waterways (Pamela May) Trust Ltd. “Pamela May 2” is a the 50′ narrowboat and will feature an all-electric drive, multiple solar panels, a hydraulic wheelchair lift,…

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Canal Boat review of Watt Knot

Our latest diesel-electric hybrid is featured on the front cover of the February 2019 edition of Canal Boat.  The review gives an insight into the dream that our customers Jon & Karen were hoping to fulfill and some of their exacting requirements which we were happy to accommodate.  You can…

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