Potter X – a Mallard electric launchInspired by the wooden clinker launches built by Maycraft in Norfolk, and indeed a whole generation of open day boats including the Norwegian fjord designs, Chris Edmondson designed and built a very appealing contemporary classic nicknamed the Mallard by HSC who commissioned three such launches in 2016 including Potter…
Sapphire LaunchEdwardian style GRP canopied launchThis is a great opportunity to buy a Sapphire launch built by the excellent Stelco in 2000. Based on an Edwardian launch with a tunnel hull this is a low wash GRP launch which provides stable and comfortable seating under a wooden and canvas canopy. This particular boat has lived…
Electrically powered passenger cruiser suitable for inland waterways.
A Classic Frolic 21 with full length fabric canopy.
A lovely Frolic 21 with red canopy and classic interior with forward steering. seats 8. Built by Stelco in the mid nineties.
Ideal for a family day out on the river, this Andrew Wolstenholme design can be enjoyed by all in comfort.
If you are looking for a new boat but actually want something traditional and wooden then look no further. Wise Folly is exactly that. She was built in 1915 by John Hart in Surbiton near Kingston on Thames which was a busy area at that time for boat building.
An extremely pretty gentleman’s launch in great condition with an unusual clerestory roof, toilet compartment and galley, built of mahogany on oak in 1932 by Taylor Bates of Chertsey where she was named Kelpiette.
Built by the excellent Creative marine team at the Secret Boatyard in Norfolk Zanzibar was built for a discerning riparian on the Thames. They chose teak decking and internal flooring with a mahogany cabin on a low maintenance GRP hull.