All Conversion House Boats for sale
Nice conversion of a former 1920's Dutch grain/fuel barge, with historical appeal. (Was commandeered by the German Navy during WWIII and used as a tug).
Has been based on the River Avon for the last 15 + years, bought by current owners in 2015.
Initially with RLL in Bristol, fully restored and renovated in 2016/2017.
- Hull re-plating in places
- Replaced aft steel work and sliding hatches
- Replaced aft locker hatches
Taken back to bare steel inside and out and fully renovated with a light, contemporary open-plan layout
- Two part epoxy blackened and 2 part t... read more
Inland navigation tugboat which is, after being released from professional shipping, used as a recreational vessel. A boat that is in the hands of real enthusiasts and that shows. She is in a very good condition and meets the applicable TRIWV certification requirements. In the front it is spacious with in there the galley, U-seat (2-persons sleeping place) and a shower. The wheelhouse has been enlarged in the past and that has increased the comfort very much. In the aft there is a double bed as well as cupboard space and a washbasin with warm and cold water. In the engine room is a beautiful 3... read more
This was originally a leisure 22. It has headroom - not for the tallest - it is about 5 ft ll inches
it has a fixed double in the bow so you dont have to take the table down every night
and hot water from a gas system
potential to fit a shower
nice sink for both the kitchen and for washing yourself
solar panel keeps batteries well charged
mast and rig removed
Bsc with three years to run
low licence and insurance
moored near Rickmansworth aquadrome please contact for details of viewing... read more
The vessel was built by Baywharf Construction Company Greenwich in 1961(official number 303026 Port Little Hampton as a dreging pontoon the vessel is constructed of steel and is now powered by a gardner, imo number 5128534.
The vessel is now powered by a gardner 6lx140030 also a kabota powered generator both engines are in good working order.... read more
Premier Houseboats are pleased to present TID172, an historic tug on a residential mooring ready to convert to a character home. TID 172 was one of 183 tugs built between 1943 and 1946 to replace tugs lost through enemy action in World war II, and also to assist the preparations for the invasion of France.
TID 172 is now on a residential mooring in a small working boatyard on the river Medway, and with some thought and work can be a home of real character. The engines are still in place however she does not currently run due to issues with the boiler. There is plenty of room to work wit... read more
Premier Houseboats are pleased to present William Ryan, thought to be the oldest Thames tug still in existence, now stripped out and ready to be converted to a characterful houseboat on a beautiful residential mooring.
All the hard work has been done, the current owners have spent a lot of time and effort in cleaning out the boat, clearing the bilges, and preparing her for conversion. There is comfortably room to create two large double cabins, both with en-suites, and a spacious main living area to include a kitchen. There is also the wheelhouse, which could easily be extended to create a... read more
Originally a grain lighter from Hull now a fabulous ready to go cruising home with a documented history and original registration certificate. Built on the banks of the river Hull at Beverley by Joseph Scarrs shipyard in 1905. Riveted iron construction, 63ft long and 17ft 3" wide. Originally built for D. Hurtley & sons flour millers, who owned her for sixty four years, The second owner used her as a grain lighter for twelve years (Akesters lighter men) then bought by Ernest Waddingtons of swinton and laid up for twenty six years the present owner bought, restored, and converted her th... read more
|Location:||West Yorkshire UK|
|Price:|| £179,000 Tax Paid|
(See mvelkstone.weebly.com for more photos). Ex RNAS Fleet Tender ELKSTONE was built in 1970 in Cook’s Boatyard at Wivenhoe, Essex. She has had an extensive renovation over the last four years and is now ready for new owners. She is prepared as a ‘blank canvas’ which allows her either to return to work as a survey, research, cargo, dive or similar vessel or to be enjoyed purely as a pleasure craft. She retains three original holds, one large for general cargo, one medium with storage space, currently having 3x fuel IBCs installed and one smaller forward with storage space, ha... read more
|Price:|| £120,000 Tax Exempt|
The “Risby” is soaked with history from its original days travelling between the Trent and Humber canals and waterways as a wide beam vessel bringing essential supplies to and from the area.
Its current owners bought her as a restoration project 5 years ago after being inspired by the successful conversion of another wide beam barge for one of their many clients. This labour of love really has seen the rule book for houseboat design well and truly thrown away and breaks from convention to create what really is an outstanding 4 bedroom home in every sense.
The interior is ... read more
|Location:||East Yorkshire UK|
heavily built in gainsborough by j.s.watson .been converted to live aboard since 2006 ,60ft x 14ft draft 3ft ,full hull survey available all remedial repairs sorted on completion comprises of wheelhouse of 13ft x 8.5ft approx. which converts to large 8ft x 5ft bed using a hydraulic ram under table . all wheelhouse windows are double glassed and tinted,steering is by wheel hydraulic pump , or by hydraulic joystick ,engine is ford 4d very good condition 80hp with 2to1 hydraulic prm 500 gearbox , the hull has been spray foam insulated throughout
stairs down from wheelhouse to accommodation ,co... read more
|Location:||East Yorkshire UK|