Falkirk Weaver in Falkirk Marina, Scotland (BH1161)

Sleeps: 4 | Pets: Allowed 2

Narrowboat with flexible sleeping arrangements.

Sleeping details:
2 double or 1 double and 2 single.

This Cruiser includes:
  • Semi-traditional stern
  • 240v system
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Vacuum cleaner
  • Hip bath with overhead shower/WC

All boats at this location:
  • Free mobile Wi-Fi
  • 12v socket for mobile phones etc (12v car lead required)
  • Quiet water cooled engine
  • Radiator central heating
  • Galley including cooker, fridge and kettle
  • Fitted carpets (saloon and cabins)
  • TV/DVD/CD/radio
  • Hairdryer
  • Security safe
  • Bed linen, duvets and one bath and hand towel per person
  • Fixed berths made up for your arrival
  • Electric freshwater flush WC

Narrowboat with flexible sleeping arrangements.

This boat has:

Dimensions:14.32m (47ft)


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About this base

Cruise to the magnificent Kelpies and historic Edinburgh and experience the incredible Falkirk Wheel. You have a choice of three styles of narrowboats from small two to four berths perfect for couples or small families to larger six to eight berths for the larger parties, and they are all beautifully designed and fitted.

  • Free mobile Wi-Fi
  • 12v socket for mobile phones etc (12v car lead required)
  • Quiet water cooled engine
  • Radiator central heating
  • Galley including cooker, fridge and kettle
  • Fitted carpets (saloon and cabins)
  • TV/DVD/CD/radio
  • Hairdryer
  • Security safe
  • Bed linen, duvets and one bath and hand towel per person
  • Fixed berths made up for your arrival
  • Electric freshwater flush WC
  • Mobile Wi-Fi
  • Extra persons
  • 1 pet per boat (maximum 2 pets per boat, 1 at extra charge)
  • Helmsman’s waterproofs
  • Damage waiver
  • Car parking
  • 2020 at 2019 prices

  • Falkirk Weaver approaching the Falkirk Wheel