Explorer 8 in Napton on the Hill, Warwickshire (BH1157)

Sleeps: 10 | Pets: Allowed 2

Beautifully fitted out in light oak with two WCs and large saloon windows, very comfortable for eight.

Sleeping details:
5 double or 4 double and 2 single.

This Cruiser includes:
  • Cruiser stern
  • Spacious rear deck with seating
  • Bath with overhead shower/WC
  • Separate WC
  • Large boat for the experienced crew

All boats at this location:
  • Free mobile Wi-Fi
  • 240v system
  • Radiator central heating
  • Galley including cooker, fridge with freezer box and kettle
  • Fitted carpets (saloon and cabins)
  • TV with Freeview
  • DVD
  • Hairdryer
  • Bed linen and duvets
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Interior sprung mattresses
  • Bed guards available on request

Beautifully fitted out in light oak with two WCs and large saloon windows, very comfortable for eight.

This boat has:

Dimensions:21.34m (70ft)


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About this base

In beautiful Warwickshire at the junction of the South Oxford and Grand Union Canals, Napton Marina (the location of Napton Narrowboats) offers an excellent choice of routes. Their superb fleet of extremely quiet and comfortable boats are well known for their innovative design and quality fittings and furnishings.

  • Free mobile Wi-Fi
  • 240v system
  • Radiator central heating
  • Galley including cooker, fridge with freezer box and kettle
  • Fitted carpets (saloon and cabins)
  • TV with Freeview
  • DVD
  • Hairdryer
  • Bed linen and duvets
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Interior sprung mattresses
  • Bed guards available on request
  • Mobile Wi-Fi
  • Fuel
  • Helmsman’s umbrella or waterproofs
  • Car parking
  • Fortnights – 15% off
  • 2020 at 2019 prices

Napton Narrowboats also operate a similar high quality fleet at Autherley Junction on the Shropshire Union canal see pages 151 – 156.