All Humber Keel Barges for sale
History & Conversion
Dritan has been lovingly converted to an exceptionally high standard during 20 years of current ownership. Dritan originally served on the Humber and was built by Dunstans of Thorne for Hodgsons Tannery in 1945, although she was launched in 1946. All works commissioned and overseen by current owners (a former mechanical engineer) to the highest engineering standards, in a sympathetic style commensurate with Dritan’s heritage.
She boasts her original Gardner 4LW engine.
Dritan made a once in a lifetime voyage from the Trent and the Humber around the Eas... read more
Premier Houseboats are pleased to present barge no 9, a sympathetic conversion of a Humber Keel offering surprising space and lots of character that creates an almost country cottage feel.
The accommodation of barge no 9 flows nicely, with superb head height throughout, beautiful flooring and many classic features. There is gas central heating throughout, and a good mixture of portholes and skylights providing plenty of natural light.
Entering via the galley, this charming room offers plenty of storage and work surface, as well as a gas oven and fridge. Steps lead down to th... read more
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