Wednesday, 01 June 2016
Addicted to reading about boats?

If you want to quickly become the local expert on all things boat and canal related then look no further than this blog. Become a regular reader and friends will soon ask your advice on topics as diverse as engine maintenance, the coolest canal festivals and buying or selling a narrowboat. Perhaps boaters will even buy you tankards of real ale, just to hear your towpath tales. There’s really never been a better time to step up your boating expertise and become a narrowboating know-it-all!

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Boatshed has 700,000 registered boat buyers, 260,000 unique visitors per month and we can sell your boat twice as fast as other brokers. Put simply, we are industry experts on buying and selling boats.

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Who are we?

Boatshed was founded in 1999 by Neil and Mandy Chapman and since then has become a global network, with local knowledge and cutting edge technology. Grand Union broker Phil Bassett is a keen narrowboater, with many years of experience gained from leisure boating, skipper training and his extensive involvement with boating charities. Peggy Melmoth is Boatshed’s administrator, and she’s a freelance blogger, specialising in writing about boats and canals,and she has lived aboard for 13 years.

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Just for fun: How many types of boater will you spot this summer? The 7 People You May Meet at a Canal Festival.

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