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Ma & Pa
Ma & Pa


Vessel Name

Ma & Pa

Vessel Type

Cruiser Stern narrowboat with Barrus Shire 45hp with 1 starter and 4 leisure batteries; bow thruster, 3kw inverter, shoreline, central heating and calorfier linked to engine, emersion (Via shoreline) and Webasto diesel unit.



Exterior Finish

Solid royal blue with cream coachline and name sign written in cream with light blue relief

Interior Finish – Ceiling

Oak panels in painted egg shell finish with natural ash trim

Interior Finish – Upper Sides

As ceiling

Interior Finish – Lower Sides

Varnished oak panels with ash trim


American light oak in living areas, slate tiles in the galley and bathroom.

Key Fixtures and Fittings – Galley

Units were off white slab finish with J handle insets; work tops were black spangled granite.  Appliances included feature hob with combination grill and oven below and bright red glass splash back; separate integrated fridge and freezer concealed within the larder units that flanked the sink and drainer area.

Key Fixtures and Fittings – Bathroom

Side bathroom comprised fitted toilet and vanity units in natural wood with black granite tops.  Sink was a ceramic white bowl with mixer tap and the toilet was a ceramic pump out with electric flush.

Living Area Highlights

Large L shape sofa covered in butter soft leather to replicate the look of a Bentley.  This had integral storage and converted into a double bed.  A drop in ship’s table converted it from a lounge to a dining room.  Opposite was a flat screen TV fitted against the lower cabin side with a store beneath for remote and other gadgets.  In the corner was a Morso Squirrel stove on feature fire place with log store below (This was put in pre latest RCD requirements and so current designed have to be modified to meet the current directive).

Master Bedroom Highlight

This linked to the front deck which had a windowed canopy and cratch for patio style enjoyment.  Either side of the entry steps were cupboard, above one was a TV.  The fixed double bed looked onto the front deck and had integral lighting below so as not to disturb their partner when one party wanted to get out of bed.  Below was pull out drawer storage and the bed head was finished in leather to match the sofa in the living area.  Between the bedroom and the bathroom was a pull out wardrobe.

Additional Rooms

Between the galley and the back deck was a laundry with separate washing machine and tumble dryer plus a second toilet and small hand basin.

Other Highlights

The living area had a large sliding roof so that on a hot day the sunlight could be directly let in.  This was complimented by the presence of a side hatch.  Radiators were Georgian in style.  The back deck had a pram canopy so that this space could be used on inclement days.  There was locker seating on either side for casual dining.