Please see below for a listing of boats that we have available

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£UNDER OFFER

Arwen is a 50ft Cruiser Stern Narrowboat built in 2004 by Floating Homes and fitted out by Eastern Caravans. Arwen has been very well maintained and was repainted in August 2017.

Lying: Glascote Basin, Coventry Canal

£99,950

Fenchurch is a narrowboat that has been built to the highest standards in every respect, built in 2008 by Norton Canes Boatbuilders and fitted by Glynn Walker Boats (Norton Canes), Fenchurch was reviewed in February 2009’s edition of Canal Boat Magazine.

Lying: Glascote Basin, Coventry Canal

PRICE REDUCED £53,950

Michigan is a 57ft Cruiser Stern Narrowboat with two double bedrooms and two bathrooms built in 2011 by Darke Boats of Peterborough and the fit out by Drayton Boat Services. Michigan was originally sold by us in August, but is now available again due to a change in the owners circumstances.

Lying: Ashby Canal

£SOLD

This is a new build boat which is ready to turn the key and sail away. The hull is a traditional SM Hudson hull, which has been fitted out by the highly skilled team at Glascote Basin.

Lying: Glascote Basin, Coventry Canal

£110,000 + VAT

This is a new build boat, due to be finished Winter 2017/18. The boat is a 58ft Semi-Traditional Narrowboat built by Colecraft and fitted out by the team at Glascote Basin Boatyard.

Lying: Glascote Basin, Coventry Canal

170411-2617

£UNDER OFFER

Thistle is a 70ft Narrowboat that was built in 1995 by Norton Canes Boatbuilders and fitted out by Blue Haven Marine. Thistle was design specifically for use as a liveaboard and has a lot of extra features.

Lying: Glascote Basin, Coventry Canal

 

 

£124,950

Tilda is a 62ft narrowboat that has been built to the highest standards in every respect, built in 2013 by Norton Canes Boatbuilders and fitted by Sandhills Narrowboats, when new it would have cost £150,000 to build, 

Lying: Glascote Basin, Coventry Canal