Our next adventure

In 2008, we bought our first narrowboat. Lucky Duck was 48ft long, and we enjoyed four and a half years living afloat on it, learning about the world of the inland waterways, their history and the boats which were built for them. You can read the archive of our adventures here. Then, we got the historic narrow boat bug and so it was that in February 2013, we bought Willow, a 1935 ex-Severn and Canal Carrying Co. motor with a sound hull but a fit-out in need of completion. We’ve come a long way but there’s still a lot to do!

Amy & James (& ship’s cats Lyra and Thea)

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  1. Hi Amy. Hope you don’t mind I used the pic of Lyra again on the Boatshed blog: writing about ship’s cats 🙂 I linked back to here. xx

  2. Can’t wait to see the results of the fit out! Must be lovely to live on a narrowboat, lots of potential for some great explorations!

  3. How exciting! Good luck with your project. I’d love to live on a narrowboat.

  4. this is exciting good luck!! i’d love it if youd comment back http://amyelizabethfashion.blogspot.co.uk/2014/05/giveaway-and-cosmopolitan-best-new.html xx

  5. ohh seems like a great project! id love it if youd comment back http://www.amyelizabethfashion.com/2014/07/be-delicious-with-dkny.html xx

  6. Hi guys just got round to joining the hnbc club after having my boat Andromeda for a couple of years and have noticed we are based very close to each other . Just like to introduce myself I’m Lawrence and live on the ex G.U.C.C butty at Streatham near ely just up the road from you in Cambridge

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