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Built in 1957 by Hargreaves this 85ft x 17ft 6ins well converted barge is now up for sale. She has a Lister JP3 engine (which needs attention). Good size galley with stainless steel sink/drainer, cooker, fridge, washing machine, lots of cupboards and plenty of work surfaces. There are two bedroons. Good size lounge with solid fuel stove. Bathroom has sea toilet, wash hand basin and double shower. Survey 2016 with all recommendations done. Safety certificate June 2022. 240v electrics. 500 litre water tank. There is a brand new Wolseley boiler with radiators and pipework - never been opened! whi... read more
|Location:||West Yorkshire UK|
48ft x 14ft 6ins x 6ft draft x 10ft airdraft. Built by Jones in 1959 and powered by a completely rebuilt Gardner 140hp diesel inboard. She has rev meter, oil pressure gauge, ameter - all duplicated. She has a generator and an invertor. Pressurised hot and cold water system. Galley has sink/drainer, cooker, fridge and freezer, plumbed in washer/dryer, microwave and TV. Reflex Oil Heating through radiators. She has both 240v and 24v electrics. Heads: She has two separate toilet compartments both with wash hand basins Toilets are push button flush with 100 gallon holding tank. One Shower. She hol... read more
|Location:||East Yorkshire UK|
Built in 1953 and hung on the port side of the Royal Yacht Britannia, she is half way through restoration and can be bought as such. She has all her original fittings and engine cover and original Perkins P4M with Centrifugal Gearbox and solid bronze Tiller arm. She has been stripped back to her original Honduras Mahogany which is double diagonal with canvas between the mahogany. Aluminium sectional flooring, buoyancy tanks under the seating compartments which have been refurbished. She needs some repairs to the upper bow gunnels and the engine refitted. She has her original prop and shaft whi... read more
15m x 4.8m. Height from Keel to top of Wheelhouse approx 5.8m. The project has full drawings/modelled offset information etc. Designed with crew accommodation. bunks/galley/heads.... read more
Thames Lighter would be ideal to convert to a Houseboat. Generally in good condition but some attention needed to the swim end plates.... read more
Dimensions: LOA 28.65m Beam 7.7m Draught 3.2m max 3.87
Displacement 214tons light 305 tons full load.
Description: Just recently out of service this well-maintained tug built in 1966 for the UK ministry of Defence this tug was one of a series of Dog Class tugs produced over a number of years.
Powered by two Lister Blackstone ERS8 marine engines (eight cylinder). Twin propellors. 1,320 bhp
Speed 12 knots and a range of 2,236 nautical miles (4,000 km) at 10 knots (19 km/h)... read more
Class Single Unit Tractor Tug (SUTT)
Builder Richard Dunston (Hessel) ltd
Year of Build 1974
Summary Full range of harbour work; pulling, pushing and side towing of surface ships, barges and berthing
aids in confined waters and assisting at sheltered anchorages;
Previously operated in category C and D regional waters in and around Portsmouth harbour.
Length overall (inc. fenders) 22.0
Beam (inc. fenders) 6.4
Depth at side (at half length) 2.6
Weight Light Ship ( dead weight for lifting) 126 ton
Cl... read more
Built in 1965 this dumb barge is now up for sale. Beam 19ft. The owner is prepared to shorten this barge for a very reasonable cost. Laying Goole £70,000. This must be sold for houseboat conversion not to be used for commercial purposes.... read more
|Location:||East Yorkshire UK|
37.09m X 6.72m X 2.78m Ex Commercial River Barge. Built 1965. Powered by Gardner 8 cylinder engine, 200 bhp. Hold boxed 2006/2007 with new combings. Will carry 320 tonne. Crews accommodation for three. 2 cylinder Lister Generator, 12.5 kva - wired throughout for 240 volts. DFC VHF, HRC Radar. All Safety gear in date. Used between Southampton and the Isle of Wight... read more
Dimensions: Length 6m Width 2.5m Moulded Depth 0.925.
Description: Fourteen identical steel pontoons in excellent condition. Approximately four years old. Constructed of two steel tubes fabricated with a wall thickness of 12.5mm to form the pontoon body and connected by webs. Super slide segal fenders on each side. Afloat the rubber fender float just above the water line.
It could be possible to increase the freeboard of the pontoons by plating over the underside of the pontoons to make a sealed void to create more buoyancy.
Brackets can be fabricated to permanently connect the ponto... read more