The Launch of “Adventure”

Just before Christmas we completed “Adventure”, a 54ft x 10ft widebeam, all-electric, day-trip boat for the Cotswold Canals Trust. The launch took place at Sharpness Docks – a really big thank you to Barry Tuckey for his expertise with the craning in to the water of our first widebeam. Thanks…

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Happy New Year to you all

We would like to wish all visitors to our website a very Happy New Year. If 2020 is the year you decide to start thinking about buying your dream narrowboat, or if you are just looking for information about our boats, please do not hesitate to contact us!

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Master Riley – Up For Sale

We have been notified that the owners of one of our beautiful non-hybrid boats are reluctantly going to have to sell their boat, due to ill-health. “Master Riley” is a 58’6” semi-trad narrowboat, reverse layout, Beta 43 engine, Vetus Bow Thruster, complete with pram and cratch Covers. It was originally…

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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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‘Cruising the Cut’ features ‘Pamela May 2’

The YouTube blogger David author of ‘Cruising the Cut’ visited our workshops recently to report on the build of ‘Pamela May 2’ our latest boat. This new trip boat for the Droitwich Waterways (Pamela May) Trust Ltd features an all-electric drive, multiple solar panels, a hydraulic wheelchair lift, seating for…

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