Boatbuilding, repairs and joinery
38-40 Moorland Road, Goole, East Yorkshire DN14 5TX
Phone/Fax:01405 768435 Mobile:07702 416254




59ft 6ins x 15ft x 3ft 5ins draft. 60 gross tonnes. Built in Iron by Joseph Scarr at Beverley in 1894 and originally used as a Steamer by the Chatterton Brothers at Brigg and she carried grain between Hull and Brigg. Her steam engine was replaced by a Lister JP4 Air start which has recently been completely rebuilt. Entrance to Engine room through door in the accommodation and also via Wheelhouse. Spray foamed insulated and very nicely converted. Steel Wheelhouse, inside just needs finishing but mobility issues forces sale. She has a wheelchair friendly lift. Last survey 2014 when she had a lot of plating done to her hull and she was last out of the water November 2018 when she was blacked and new anodes fitted. One bedroom with ensuite toilet and shower. Also has separate toilet located by the wheelchair lift. She has usual galley equipment together with full size cooker. She also has fridge, freezer and washing machine. Small Cabin in fo'c'sle used for storage. Comfy Lounge with wood burner stove. Solar Panels. 10 kva Generator. She is on the National Historic Ships Register No. 1634. Not only have you a barge with lots of history but also a really good size. Viewing is recommended. Laying West Yorkshire.































































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