Boats

New listing

Orkney Coastliner 14

  • 14.4 ft.
  • Year 1996
  • Fuel Type Petrol

2002 15hp Tohatsu 4 stroke, electric start, one owner from new, original gelcoat, trailer, cover, spare w ...

PRICE 4 750
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New listing

Sealine F36

  • 37.1 ft.
  • Year 1998
  • Fuel Type Diesel

Twin KAMD 43 230hp inboard diesels on shafts, 6 berth in 3 cabins, separate shower compartment, electric ...

PRICE 89 950
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RLM 31

  • 31 ft.
  • Year 1972
  • Fuel Type Diesel

Twin Perkins 4108 48hp diesels, 5 berth, separate shower compartment with portaloo, h+c water, full cooke ...

PRICE 15 950
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Mayland Maestro

  • 18 ft.
  • Year 1991
  • Fuel Type Petrol

1999 15hp Suzuki 4 stroke electric start, 2+2 berth, separate toilet compartment, cooker, sink, new canop ...

PRICE 6 950
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Glastron SX175 Bowrider

  • 17.1 ft.
  • Year 2004
  • Fuel Type Petrol

135hp Volvo Penta 3.0, extended bathing platform, bimini & overall covers, wakeboard tower, snap-in c ...

PRICE 11 950
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Texas 490

  • 16.3 ft.
  • Year 2003
  • Fuel Type Petrol

2005 15hp Honda 4 stroke electric start, 2 berth cabin, self-draining cockpit, navigation lights, 2021 Th ...

PRICE 7 950
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Viking 20

  • 20 ft.
  • Year 1990
  • Fuel Type Petrol

2015 15hp Mariner 4 stroke electric start, 3 berth, separate toilet compartment, cooker, sink, engine ser ...

PRICE 10 950
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Hello and welcome to Boat Discovery

Boat Discovery Ltd is owned by Adam Straw who has been selling boats for over 25 years. Having sold over 1000 boats you know you are in safe hands. This boat sales website is designed to be user friendly and promote boat sales at all levels.

Ever thought of what it is like to take some time off! Oh yes, I must do that but never do! The huge expanse of British Waterways covers
miles and miles of peaceful time off! Based on the beautiful River Thames, we are ideally situated amongst many tourist attractions
up and down the river and yet within easy reach of the M25, M40, M4 or M3.
Ever thought how easy it is? It should be you cruising up and down the river or canal enjoying the scenery, feeding the ducks or doing a
spot of fishing. Mooring up for a quiet drink and a bite to eat without worrying about who’s driving. Setting up your barbecue on a
remote island in the middle of the river, enjoying a quiet read, then maybe followed by a short nap, surrounded by nature and not missing
the doorbell ringing, the phone ringing, the television or the passing traffic. Something to think about or something to do?