All House Boats for sale in Cambridgeshire, England
HISTORY and CONSTRUCTION:
The ISLE OF BUTE was built for W W H McGrady of Dundee in 1937 by Ernest Collins & Sons Boatbuilder of Wroxham, Norfolk and designed by Percy Collins and Lloyds registered that year. In 1939 the vessel came into the ownership of Harry Collins, most likely a grandson of Ernest. The ISLE OF BUTE was kept on Oulton Broad. During the Second World War Captain E V Cullen ret. of Ealing, London W5 acquired the vessel moving her after the war down on to the River Thames. In 1949 T J Dilkes of Wembley bought ISLE OF BUTE selling her to Maurice Marks in the early 1950s ... read more
|Length:|| 48' 7"|
|Price:|| £12,000 Tax Exempt|
'Endeavour' is a beautiful, floating home that would serve equally well as a permanent residence or an idyllic rural escape. A high quality shell build has been expertly fitted out by the owner, a professional joiner, in a contemporary style. The overall result is a luxurious, spacious and light filled space that could just as easily be a high end apartment, but with the advantage of being able to move to other locations, so the views and surroundings can change to suit the owner's needs.
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|Price:|| £145,000 Tax Not Paid|
HISTORY and DESCRIPTION:
SUN FUNG was built in 1965 by Fam Lam Kee in Hong Kong to carry cargo in the harbour and is an authenticated traditional Chinese Junk to a design by W Gerard Daroux. Imported to the UK in 1967 as deck cargo by SUN FUNG is now a fascinating survivor of the once numerous junks plying Hong Kong waters. She remains in an unconverted state with the original hold ideal for conversion for living aboard, floating holiday home or cruising boat. Current ownership some 18 years. Underwater hull recently blacked.
Burmese teak hull and decks and Yacal superstructure.
Authe... read more
|Price:|| £10,000 Tax Exempt|