All Butty Narrow Boats for sale
The Fal is now up for sale after an extensive refit at Bluepoint Marine Liverpool.
The 68ft narrow beam has taken 12 months to have a complete luxury refit and restoration. The boat features 2 double bedrooms, modern bathroom, large open plan lounge with original wood burning fire and a well-equipped kitchen including oven, hob and fridge.
Specification of the boat:
68ft Narrow Beam Steel Hull
Draft 2 Foot 6"
Air draft 6 ft
Last surveyed 2018 by S Roberts
Lister 3 cylinder engine.
Includes Vu Qube Sat Dome
Flat screen TV... read more
|Price:|| £120,000 Tax Paid|
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.
Please note that the picture shown is an example
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
For Sale Butty Mercury BBS until June 2026. Woodwork needs some attention but steel work fine, with new 8mm steel bottom and footings 2018.
71.5 ft by 7ft 1926 Horse Boat/butty built by W. J. Yarwoods and Sons of Northwich for Midlands and Coast Canal Carriers. Built using the same patterns of the FMC boats Yarwoods were also building at the time, it swims beautifully and has that Josher fore-end without being a Josher!
Forecabin and Backcabin have been steeled over, the rest of the accommodation is wood undercloth conversion with steel A-frames providing a minimum height of 5 ft 8 in, b... read more
|Length:|| 70' 6"|
|Price:|| £45,000 Tax Exempt|
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