Claverton in Bradford-on-Avon (BH2181)

Sleeps: 8 | Pets: Allowed 2

Ideal canal boat for four – two cabins and modern facilities.

Sleeping details:
3 double, 2 double and 4 single or 1 double and 6 single.

This Cruiser includes:
  • New in 2016
  • Cruiser stern
  • Picture windows in dining area
  • All low level berths
  • Bath with overhead shower/WC
  • Ensuite shower/WC

All boats at this location:
  • 240v inverter (max 300w)
  • Super silenced engine
  • Side hatches
  • Radiator central heating
  • Galley including cooker, fridge and kettle
  • Fitted carpets (saloon and cabins)
  • TV with Freeview/DVD/CD/radio
  • USB port
  • Bed linen, duvets and one bath towel per person
  • 6ft 6in headroom and berth length

Ideal canal boat for four – two cabins and modern facilities.

This boat has:

  • Cruiser stern
  • All low level berths
  • Bath with overhead shower/WC
  • Ensuite shower/WC

Dimensions:18.28m (60ft)


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About this base

This historic base at Bradford Wharf offers outstanding cruising through the stunning scenery of the Kennet and Avon Canal towards world famous Bath, and historic Bristol Harbour, or into sublime scenery through the Vale of Pewsey including ascent of the famous Caen Hill Locks.

  • 240v inverter (max 300w)
  • Super silenced engine
  • Side hatches
  • Radiator central heating
  • Galley including cooker, fridge and kettle
  • Fitted carpets (saloon and cabins)
  • TV with Freeview/DVD/CD/radio
  • USB port
  • Bed linen, duvets and one bath towel per person
  • 6ft 6in headroom and berth length
  • Fuel
  • Extra persons
  • Maximum 2 pets per boat
  • Damage waiver
  • Car parking (maximum 1 car per four persons)

Please note that navigation on the tidal Avon downstream of Bristol is not permitted.

Oxfordshire Narrowboats also operate similar high quality narrowboats on the Oxford Canal (Heyford Wharf) see page 148 - 149.