Brokerage boats for sale in Hertfordshire, England
A stylish open steel river boat with secondary control from the raised aft deck.
This attractive river boat would be ideal for fun weekends or possible liveaboard. The wheelhouse is open and spacius providing excellent views in all directions. Forward is a dinnette that can be converted into a double berth and a practical galley. Aft there is a comfortable double cabin. The Heads includes a toilet with holding tank and basin.
BSS valid until 2023
Blacked with antifouling paint
Survey - 2018
These boat details are subject to contract.
Note: Offers on the asking price may be consider... read more
A beautiful for canal boat that is well cared for and fitted out.
This compact narrowboat has all you could want. The spacious aft deck has the addition of a removable seat for the helm and a removable table for evening dinner (with the option of a parasol and base included in the sale for those sunny says). Down the companionway steps and into the accommodation with a dinnette that turns into a double berth and well fitted galley. Forward are separate toilet and shower, both with hand basins and a saloon towards the bow where the seats become a wide double berth. The forward saloon is comp... read more
Your chance to live on a beautiful widebeam boat in a canalside marina on the outskirts of Hemel Hempstead and in a rural setting.
This widebeam canal boat has been a home for the past few years and is fitted out for a comfortable lifestyle. The accommodation consists of an open plan saloon and galley with large cabin aft and en suite shower room. The forward well deck is spacious and comes with built-in storage. This entrance area is fitted with steps down and atrificial turf.
The owners would consider including the furniture if the price is right. The Residential Mooring may be negotia... read more
37f ft Springer narrowboat built approx 1989/90 with new boat safety certificate. Has liveaboard mooring at Bishops Stortford, Herts 40 mins to London Liverpool St, with parking. Survey carried out in 2016 showed excellent condition hull, ( I have a copy). Simple fit out as shown, but still a cosy home for someone Mooring fees approx £160 monthly. Has vintage petter ph2 diesel engine, which runs well but needs fine tuning to the fuel rack (we can probably get someone to do this).... read more
Don't be fooled by the outside. Inside she is a tardis providing a spacious liveaboard with well fitted galley, saloon, forward cabin and shower room.
This former Oil Rig lifeboat has been fitted out to provide a very attractive open plan living space with separate forward cabin and shower room.
Declaration of RCD Compliance - November 2019
BSS - Exempt within fours years of launch.
These boat details are subject to contract.
Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.
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Your chance to own a classic, wood narrowboat named after a small village in Devon, Starcross is an original wooden coal butty built in 1936, being finished by 20th July 1937, when she was registered at Rickmansworth. The Ricky butty is an “f-type” butty, and built by W. H. Walker Bros, commissioned the by Grand Union Canal Carrying Company as an unpowered boat, to be tugged by her paired boat named Stamford. She is made of English oak and is one of the last remaining f-type butties still floating.
The village of Starcross is situated across from Exmouth, along the Exe Esturary. It is k... read more
John South built traditional style narrow boat fitted by Starline in 1985. At 55 foot it can cruise anywhere on the system. Powered by a Lister 3 cylinder TS3 diesel in separate engine room. There is a large forward galley with Vanette oven and hob, Electrolux fridge and ample cupboard and shelf space. The large lounge has side doors and a Morso Squirrel solid fuel stove. There is ample room for free standing furniture or a sofa bed. The bathroom has a shower and Porta-potti toilet. The stern bedroom has a 4 foot 6 inch double. The boat is currently lying on the River Stort just outside London... read more
47 foot Dutch barge with residential mooring at the end of the River Lee in the market town of Hertford. Built in 1914 with a beam of 8 foot 6 inches. refitted 5 years ago to a good standard. the wheelhouse is collapsible so it can be cruised on the Lee and Stort. The boat is powered by a Mercedes diesel with a Borg Warner gearbox. dry docked and painted 2 years ago and all necessary welding carried out. galley has full size cooker and 12 volt fridge. The large saloon with solid fuel stove and radiators. The bathroom has a shower and chemical toilet. There are 3 solar panels and 4 Trojan batte... read more
Free of Charge Seamaster 25 GRP shell must be removed from site. Free craning to own transport. Must go... read more
Lombardini 3 cylinder diesel engine with Newage gearbox, control panel and engine mounts in good cond... read more