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The Queen of Harts is moored in a highly sought-after residential mooring at Harts Boatyard in Surbiton on the River Thames, overlooking Hampton Court Park.
This residential mooring run by Stewart Marine nestles behind the old Thames
reservoirs making it a quiet place, an ideal retreat from the hectic pace
of life. Sitting on deck with a glass of wine watching life on the river, it is
hard to believe that you are so close to the centre of London.
Life on the river is fun. The location is brilliant. Far enough to feel as
if you’re away from the world, but near enough to restaur... read more
The newest built boat at Harts Boatyard, this beautiful 60x12ft Wide-beam was completed at the end of the summer. Its available with a mooring license in Surbiton, South West London
This 60x12ft wide-beam has been fitted out by our onsite carpentry team. The contemporary interior design has been engineered around full time residential living, however that's not to say that cruising is off the cards - The boat has been fitted with full independent cruising systems allowing the owner to cruise the canals at their own luxury.
The mooring at harts boatyard is a 15 minute walk to Kingsto... read more
Very rare 1931 Andrew 25 ft Slipper launch
Original 1931 Austin side valve engine.
In museum condition, winter and summer covers, beautiful upholstery.
Mooring available at Harts boatyard... read more
|Price:|| £24,950 Tax Paid|
A stunning, well positioned wide beam canal boat. Totoro was built in 2009 and is moored at Harts Boatyard, with views of hampton court and the non-tidal strech of the River Thames.
New central heating system and radiators (2019)
New wood burner and flue (2019)
New battery bank (2019)
External repaint summer (2018)
Redecorated throughout internally (2019), including new shower unit and carpet tiles
All LED lighting replaced Autumn (2019)
New front and rear canopies Dec (2018)
BSSC until Oct 2022
2020 river license
In excellent condition.
With full residential mooring at H... read more