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Wed Oct 20, 2010 at 9:39am
We set off on Monday evening from Whilton Marina to lock up the Buckby flight, we were joined by seven Swedish men in their forties, they were on a hire boat and did not have clue how to operate locks. By the time we reached the top they were getting the hang of it. We moored for the night, walked our two Jack Russells and met with some friends. Tuesday morning we set off up the Leicester arm and had a great cruise (despite the rain) locking up the Watford Flight and mooring at Crick, just past ....
Tue Oct 19, 2010 at 3:27pm
Ruby is a three year old narrowboat built by East West Marine (now known as Whilton 44 Narrowboat) which has just come out of the water at Whilton, for its first blacking.  The Two Pac Epoxy paint which was used on the hull when the boat was manufactured in China has lasted extremely well and the hull was found to be in an excellent condition!    These pictures of Ruby show the hull when the boat  had just been pressure washed prior to it's re-blacking and....
Thu Oct 7, 2010 at 1:12pm
Yesterday we reviewed all our sales narrowboats, the result being a price reduction on eight of them in order to sell them quicker, these narrowboats are listed below:Narrow Escape, reduced to £24,950,  52ft cruiser style narrowboat built by Mike Heyward in 1986Caring Yo Yo, reduced to £24,950, 46ft cruiser style narrowboat built by Colecraft in 1986Pukeko. reduced to £44,950, 57ft traditional style narrowboat built by MMR Fabrications in 2003His & Hers, reduced t....
Tue Oct 5, 2010 at 1:32pm
Who said the narrowboat buying season ends at this time of year?It's just not true at Whilton, we've had another busy week and have sold eleven narrowboats in just a week!  As a consequence we are looking to take on more brokerage boats, or will give you a cash offer if you are looking for a quick sale.  If you are thinking of selling your boat do not think that  you will have to wait for next spring to find a buyer, we can sell it now!  Our webite is curr....