Church Minshull Aqueduct Marina


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  • Sold
  • 55FT
  • Traditional
  • 2001

Georgian Star is a very traditionally styled 55ft narrowboat with a mid-engine room and classic Russell Newbery DM2.

Built by Stowe Hill Marine the boat has rustic yet comfortable feel and incorporates both oak hardwood and cream panelling. A quality build the interior is tactile with interesting and intelligent storage features amongst some of the curiosities.

The interior is laid out from stern to bow with the following rooms; boatmans cabin, engine room, walk-through bathroom, dinette / living area and galley. In addition to this there is also a very large storage compartment beneath the tug style foredeck.

Equipped with comfort in mind Georgian Star has two solid fuel stoves, Eberspἅcher diesel central heating, a Victron 3.0Kw combi inverter-charger and a Tecma pump-out WC system.

Traditionally styled with tons of character, Georgian Star is an eye catching and inviting boat which stands out from most…

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Boat Details


Year: 2001
Style: Traditional
Hull Builder: Stowe Hill Marine
Fit Out: Stowe Hill Marine
Length: 55’
Cabin Headroom: 6’ Approx
Draught: 2’ Approx
Berths: 4
Original Steel Thicknesses: 10-6-5-4mm
R.C.D: Yes – GB-SHMNB142H001
Boat Safety: New 4 year - Expiry TBC


Water Tank: 200 Gals
Stove: Godin solid fuel stove (living area)
Premier boatmans stove (boatmans cabin)
Central Heating: Eberspἅcher D5W diesel central heating system
Hot Water: Supplied by engine, 230v immersion heater and diesel central heating via a calorifier


Alternators: 1 x 70Amp
Batteries: 1 x 95Ah start & 4 x 85Ah domestic
Galvanic Isolator: Yes
Inverter/Charger: Victron 3.0Kw/120Amp Combi Inverter-Charger
230v: Supplied by landline and inverter
Lighting: 12v throughout (predominantly LED type)
Gas: 2 x 6Kg
Entertainment: TV in saloon, CD-radio in boatmans cabin


Engine: Russell Newbery DM2 – 18Hp
Engine Hrs: 7,911 Hrs recorded November 2017
Engine Servicing: last serviced April 2017 at 7,910 Hrs
Gearbox: Newage PRM
Bow Thruster: N/a
Fuel Tank: 200Gals Approx
Last Blacked: Shot blasted and painted with 2 pack epoxy


Insulation: Unknown
Fit Out: Oak in a traditional style with hand painted door panels
Flooring: Wooden hardwood decking in boatmans cabin / engine room, coir carpet in the saloon / bathroom and ceramic tiles in saloon / galley area
Seating: Fixed 4 seat Pullman style dinette, upholstered bench type seating in the boatmans cabin
Cooking: Vanette 4 burner gas hob and Vanette oven / grill
Fridge/Freezer: Inlander 12v fridge
Washing Machine: N/a
Galley Worktops: Oak wooden work surfaces
Toilet: Tecma pump-out WC system - 70Gal tank
Shower: square shower enclosure with a chrome finish bi-fold door, black & white mottled shower panelling and thermostatic mixer
Basin: White ceramic wash basin set on top of a matching black & white mottled counter with chrome mixer tap


Paintwork: Predominantly black with grey panels, red oxide roof and decks
Side Doors: Four pairs of side doors are fitted; two pairs opposing one another within the saloon and another two within the engine room
Lockers: A gas locker is situated in the bow of the boat and accessed by a hatch externally. Also a large storage area or hold is situated beneath the foredeck and accessed by means of the galley cupboard
Windows: Two large double glazed sky lights of Houdini hatches as they are often referred to are fitted. A removable perspex window panel is also provided for the galley hatch.
It should be noted that no windows are fitted to the cabin sides.


Supplied with general cruising equipment to include amongst other items a boat hook and boat pole

Any information relating to the history or condition of the Boat supplied by the Company is only as supplied to the Company by the Seller and the Company cannot be held responsible and shall not be liable in any way if such information proves to be inaccurate. It is the responsibility of the Buyer to ensure that all particulars given in the course of the purchase of the Boat are accurate. Such particulars are intended only as a guide and do not constitute a term of any contract.

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