Example Boat Layout


Key to boat layout diagram

1. Saloon
During the day it’s a sitting room, dining room and play area, complete with a colour television (reception variable at canal level) DVD and CD/radio player - and at night some dinettes can be converted into a double bed.

2. Stowage
You’ll find plenty of lockers and hanging space.

3. Water
We are one of the few fleets to provide pure filtered drinking water on all our boats. The 150 gallon tank will need to be topped up daily from water points along the canal. (These are frequent and clearly marked.)

4. The Galley
Boating can give you a splendid appetite, so the galleys are large and fitted with a cooker and fridge.

5. Toilets
Very efficient and environmentally friendly, fresh water flushing toilets on all boats.

6. Showers
Spacious showers with lots of hot water.

7. Berths
All our boats have comfortable beds. We provide freshly laundered duvets and bedding.

8. Engines
Reliable, quiet, smooth running diesel engines.


All our boats have 12 volt electricity, the batteries charge whilst the engine is running to power items such as the fridge, TV, DVD, CD/ Radio, lights and cigar lighter socket.


If you are bringing your own travel cot please check the website or call the marina. Space is obviously limited and for health and safety reasons we can advise on suitable boats that they can be accommodated on.

Cot Sides For toddlers and younger children can be supplied to fit our bunks (where possible) - request when booking.

Optional Bunks

Some classes of boat have an optional bunk bed which provides greater layout flexibility.

Buoyancy Aids

Please request buoyancy aids (compulsory for children and non-swimmers) on arrival. We will ensure that one of the correct size is provided on request for any member of the crew needing one.


On all boats a towel is provided for every member of the crew, plus a hand towel in each bathroom.

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4.6 out of 5.

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