Houseboat Conversion   £110,000
The Trent Lady, built in 1983 by Arcrite of Corby as a conference boat which after the recession of the '80s was purchased and transported to Newark Nottingham in 1992 where the upper saloon was added and was converted to a restaurant boat servicing the River Trent at Nottingham. In the mid-’90s, there was a change of direction to that of a sightseeing/party boat. Due to retirement plans, the vessel was sold in 2001to the present owner who has devoted the last twenty years to developing an acknowledged and well-respected service Retirement now beckons the current owner and the ves... read more

Year:1983
Length: 20.2m
Location: East Midlands UK
Price: £110,000
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ID: 721953  (Trade)



House Boat Conversion   £75,000
The Nottingham Crusader was purpose build for the St John Ambulances water wing to carry differently abled passengers The vessel construction is of steel in a compartmentalised style, the hull plate is 10mm and is fitted bilge keels for increased stability and the design of the hull makes it a very manoeuvrable craft. Originally the foredeck was of an open aspect that has since been enclosed with a timber roof and vinyl sides. A toilet facility has also installed in this area. The main saloon area is fitted with a bar and full-sized toileting area that was designed to accommodate bed... read more

Year:1999
Length: 20m
Location: East Midlands UK
Price: £75,000
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ID: 739356  (Trade)