All Barges for sale in Essex, England
Boatshed Essex are delighted to feature this delightful Sailing Barge, packed with history, modernisation, comfort and performance.
Built in 1905, by Humphrey and Grey, in iron, she was a bonded, spirit barge, mainly carrying tea. (unrigged). She had sweeps to navigate on the tides fitted, also with a rudder and tiller steering. From 1958 she became one of four training barges for, Lightermen on the River Thames, during which time she had a new bottom and rubbing band.
During the 1970's, the vessel was converted to a swim head sailing barge, with budget stern, a gaff rig, including shrouds... read more
Extremely spacious, beautifully decorated barge. 3 double bedrooms (one with en-suite toilet, basin and full-size, double-ended bath), huge kitchen/living room, shower room with additional toilet and basin, dining/study area in wheelhouse. Perfect live-aboard accommodation or excellent investment opportunity as holiday rental. Large wood-burning stove, oil-fired underfloor heating in kitchen, lounge and master bedroom. All appliances, plus red leather lounge furniture included (settee is a sofa bed). Full survey undertaken October 2019. Has to be viewed to be believed!... read more
|Price:|| £165,000 Tax Exempt|
Thames Sailing Barge for Sale. Built in 1996 to a Peter Nicholls design. "Calluna" is a 10m Thames Sailing Barge built in steel, she is a true unique "one off" yacht. The Steel is 12mm, 8mm and 4mm thick.
Calluna features a gaff rig with top sail, mizzen, and bow sprit. The masts can be lowered down and the yacht is equally at home cruising the canals or coasting the sea. The boat is powered by a single Perkins Diesel engine. Below deck Calluna is a real home from home, beautifully finished and well equipped. She has two berths forward, a saloon area with port and starboard side sett... read more
This delightful Hasselter Aak is a remarkable combination of historic charm and modern living. Externally, the boat is bright and appealing, with numerous attractive characteristics, including the cabin-top and deck garden areas. Inside, the owners have created an open and warm home, benefiting from bedrooms in three cabins, a raised seating area and open-plan galley and saloon. There is extensive space throughout, for both living and work, currently including a small workshop area and artist’s studio, both of which could be converted for other uses.
The current owners have completel... read more
A 80ft engineless, wooden Thames Sailing Barge, 1881. Registered in Rochester, Kent. 1882. Built for carrying a cargo of bricks from Medway to the Thames.
She crossed the Channel over to France and Holland, around the coast as far south as Southampton and Devonport.
Just re surveyed in dry dock June 2022. She has been re antifouled, All in good order.
George Smeed has been completely rebuilt / restored over last 30 plus years.
In 1922 she was rebuilt to increase her cargo carrying capacity. The present restoration was started back in 1976 to date with a continuous maintenance programme.
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|Price:|| £325,000 Tax Exempt|
Martine is a 40m Belgian Spitz motor river barge, built in 1956. Constructed of rivetted and welded steel, hull, decks, crew accommodation aft, the wheel house alone is constructed of wood and glass. She was bought straight from trade.
The huge hold area has a headroom of over 2m. It is covered with removed able aluminium hatch covers. The hold is currently being used as a wood store, partial filled with ton bags of ballast too.
She has been sitting on the present mooring for approx 8 yrs. She was bought to Essex here under her own steam.
Accommodation is a Timonerie style of cabin ar... read more
|Price:|| £65,000 Tax Exempt|