A busy month!

18th August, 2020 Another month, another launch! Hunky Dory was launched earlier this month at Droitwich Spa Marina. She is a 61′ Serial-Hybrid narrow boat featuring a Fischer Panda Serial Hybrid System. With the striking, predominantly white with navy highlights colour scheme, and the unusual glazed side hatch, she is…

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Announcing Perseverance – from Alexander Boats

15th August, 2020 Our first ever hull from Alexander Boats was delivered to us on 4th August 20.  Perseverance will be a 62ft serial hybrid with a generator housed under the bow deck.  The design and specification is a collaboration between Dave Jesse (the owner, a highly-qualified Aeronautical Engineer), Jim…

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Mordiford Dragon in the boating press

1st August, 2020 A reminder that there’s a great review of “Mordiford Dragon” in August’s Waterways World.  You can read a copy of the review here Mordiford Dragon is our 6th Diesel/Electric Hybrid build. A reverse-layout, 60-foot Tyler Wilson hull with a spacious semi-cruiser stern, built for Rob & Káren Barker…

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Stray Not Far – For Sale

Steve & Christine, owners of our first hybrid boat, have reluctantly decided to sell due to a deteriorating health condition. “Stray Not Far” is a 58’6” semi-trad narrowboat with reverse layout and the enhanced Hybrid Marine system. She is gas-free and has a fully electric galley including induction hob.  She…

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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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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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