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Whilst out cruising Richard uses a small fold up motorbike to enable him to go back to their last mooring spot and collect their car. Scarborough Pair fully painted just after arriving at our Mercia marina workshop ready for fitout.
The team quickly ballast, floored and battened the boat out ready for the sprayfoamers to insulate the boat. Looking towards the stern of the canal boat from bow – the bathroom bulkheads are now in place together with one wardrobe side (closest to camera). The shower bulkhead has been installed and a small storage cupboard formed that will also contain the shower pump.
This is the base of the curved cabinet that will installed over the porthole in the bedroom. And with the front panel in place – the top cupboard will have a drop down door so it can be accessed from the outside. We take the theft of our original work very seriously & would draw to your attention it is protected under UK copyright law. Just for all you boating fans out there, here’s an exclusive first look at some of the new boats for 2012 on the Waterways Holidays website and a reminder of some of the boats that were introduced in 2011. A luxurious dual steering 6 berth motor cruiser with two shower rooms (full sized showers in each). Check out the Waterways Holidays facebook page for exclusive pictures of this boat being built at the Potter Heigham marina. Classic cruiser stern boat, with well equipped galley including full sized fridge and a free standing cooker.  The furnishing is modern light wood and there is a solid fuel stove providing a flare of the traditional working narrowboats as well as full central heating on board. A cruiser stern narrowboat fitted to a high standard with a double bed and sprung bed mattress for extra comfort.
Coming to the waters in mid December are the Dove class boats available from Aldermaston on the Kennet and Avon canal, Gailey on the Grand Union Canal and Worcester & Avon. The four brand new bond class boats are available from Great Haywood, Bradford on Avon, Oxford, Bath, Trevor and Wootton Wawen, so plenty of marinas to choose from!  These boats are fully equipped with flexible sliding doors for added privacy between cabins, and large stern and foredeck for groups to relax together in the open air. Narrowboats of Distinction are a small husband wife team offering new narrowboats for sale with top of the range fixtures fittings; finished to an artisan standard.
You will find on our website many a narrow boat for sale and a large selection of narrow boats for sale.
Ideal smaller narrowboats for ease of handling and economies in mooring, licence and operating costs. Our Emerald Class narrowboats have evolved to meetA  the requirements for residential boats. The following pictures give an idea of the stages of the liveaboard narrowboat fitting process. Webasto diesel boiler supplied cabin heating from skirting radiators with towel rail in shower room and hot water twin coil calorifier, fitted with immersion heater and efficient heat from waste engine heat when cruising. Traditional, semi-traditional and the increasingly popular Stenson semi-cruiser can all be supplied in place of the standard cruiser style. Self draining decks, quick release weed hatch, gas locker for 2 LPG bottles, full length handrail with safety inner grip and large forward bow locker.
Steelwork protection include as standard, magnesium sacrificial anodes and a galvanic isolator  fitted to the incoming shoreline.

Steelwork protection is provided by coating the hull with a two pack epoxy priming system and then applying marine formulations suitable for underwater surfaces on inland waterways. Front and rear fenders, landline for connecting to shore power, mallet, 2 mooring pins, tiller and pin, windlass, lifebuoy, front and rear ropes, fire extinguisher and fire blanket. Wide range of paint colour schemes available, all using a specially formulated marine system to cope with the narrowboat environment. A mixture of portholes and windows (and side doors where applicable) used in the boat a€“ in accordance with the layout diagrams. Selection of colours on soft furnishings, tiles, carpets and work surfaces as well as the exterior paintwork. Modern designed shower rooms with options of electric macerator (pump out) toilet or cassette toilets. The boat is a reverse layout but as opposed to the galley being at the far stern, Scarborough Pair has the saloon aft, then the Pullman Dinette followed by the Galley midships this leads onto the walkthrough bathroom followed by the main cabin with crossbed at the bow of the boat.
To enable this to be stored securely whilst their on board Richard requested that a steel locker be incorporated at deck level for easier access. The location of these windows are determined at the initial boat planning stage before any steelwork is started.
The living areas will be fitted with hopper type windows, with the exception of the galley which will have a sliding window over the sink and a pair of steel glazed side doors opposite. The main cabin will have a crossbed with two wardrobes either side and connecting arched cabinet over the porthole.
This has been painstakingly made from machined strips of solid oak each one being cut at a different angle to form the arch.
Not sure if they can be made out here but we’ve added solid oak curved mouldings around the vertical corners creating a softer, more tactile feel to the fitout. The cupboard is split into different storage areas as Richard & Monica what to be able to store chairs in one side, coats in another and canal boat guides in the top section. The two vertical doors will open into each other from the centre support, this allows the far cupboard to be accessed from outside and the closest cupboard to be opened from inside the boat. Therefore Richard designed and asked use to build slide out seats into the each of the dinette seats.
Combines a spacious interior saloon with a flying bridge up top, features modern home comforts including satellite TV. Fully equipped with three fixed double beds in three cabins fitted with sprung mattresses and two en suites. The 47ft canal boat is carpeted throughout and has white walls and light wood furnishing for a light and airy finish. They are fitted with two shower and toilet cubicles with full sized showers as a luxurious perk.
Or give us a call on 01252 796400 to talk to one of our friendly team, the office is manned 7 days a week. We have now produced some deluxe GEMS which are equipped with all the luxury found on our larger craft so that you can enjoy your cruising in smaller baots without compromising facilities. The layout design can be tailored to suit individual requirements and they are available in traditional, semi-traditional, cruiser and the NEW Stenson semi-cruiser style.
The layouts are designed to provide more space along with the energy provision to suit those who seekA  the independence of living onboard.

A marine specification paint system is then applied to the customers selected paint scheme. All windows completed with hardwood surrounds fitted with a thermal break between frame and window. Vanity units with hand basin are fitted with solid surface materials with bulkhead mirror and overhead lighting. Worksurfaces are available from the latest laminates, solid surface materials or stripped hardwood.
Some options are illustrated in our options pack, but if you have a specific requirement not detailed, then please contact us as we are always keen to assist with advising, and meeting our customers ideas. The photo below shows the storage compartment from inside the cabin, this will be boxed in during the lineout stage and the space underneath will become a storage cupboard (photos further down).
The window locations are worked out to the nearest millimeter to ensure that they are positioned correctly in relation to the boats layout, and not positioned in the centre of a bulkhead or inside a wardrobe!
One will encorporate and cover the locker so visually from the inside it will look like a cupboard. From cutting down the rough oak boards to the smooth finished piece here it has taken around 10 hours, and the main cupboard hasn’t even been started yet! We decided to split and alter the one to the left, with the addition of a shelf – this provides more visual interest, as the two flat bulkheads look a little overpowering.
Both slide out seats pictured here will have a reversible lid which will have upholstered foam attached on the underside.The lids will then be lifted off and turned over to form the two seats. Hydraulic drive with stern housed engine helps to make the boat quieter for those on board. The master cabin is aft of the saloon and provides a nice space away from the rest of the accommodation. The upper sundeck is being built with seating for six and two sunbathing platforms for those wishing to soak up the rays. Satellite TV with DVD and USB facilities available on board.  This yard also supply dog life jackets as well for pet lovers wishing to bring their furry friends.
The shower in the bathroom, located next to the fixed double cabin, is full sized for extra luxury.
Fully equipped galley with some handy extra’s such as a microwave, toaster and filtered coffee machine.
The steelwork is further protected with the application of sacrificial anodes and the incorporation of a galvanic isolator in the 240V mains input. We are able to provide coloured panels in durable finishes suitable for the marine environment. The shelf will be handy for the odd mug of tea or coffee (with a coaster of course!) as this area will contain two stressless type chairs. We’ll also be building a table extension that can also be used as a infill piece when the seats are out to form a large bed.
There are LCD TVs and DVD players in both the saloon and rear cabin, with a satellite tracking dome to receive Freeview channels.

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