Boat Video Tours

Sixteen boats to view virtually from the country's leading boatbuilders and brokers. Filmed at the end of January and through into February 2021, these video tours will be available exclusively at Virtual Crick Boat Show.

With your free ticket you will be able to take a guided tour through each boat and hear what makes it unique and find out about the companies that build and sell them. Then "talk" to the builders and sellers though the online 1-2-1 Chat or post questions via the online Chatbot.

Boats on Show

Boating Leisure Services 



A bespoke 60ft narrowboat on a Tyler Wilson shell in a semi-trad shape with additional features. 50bp Beta Marine engine. Designed to provide a comfortable residential space with room for an office. 

Braidbar Boats

The Tudor Tamar


A 62ft, semi-trad narrowboat on a Tim Tyler steel hull with 2 fixed and 2 convertible berths. Beta 50 engine with hybrid propulsion and Vetus Aquadrive stern gear. 

Braidbar Boats

Eh Up!


A 61ft semi-trad narrowboat with a Hybrid Marine propulsion system based on a Beta 43 engine. 

Elton Moss



A 58ft semi-trad, flat-bottomed ‘Birmingham square’ narrowboat with a semi-Josher bow powered by a Canaline 42hp engine.

Finesse Boats



A six-berth 65ft narrowboat with a Tyler Wilson shell featuring a Josher-style bow and square cruiser stern. Powered by a 15kW electric propulsion system. 

Knights Narrowboats 

57ft narrowboat


A 57ft four-berth, cruiser-stern narrowboat with Beta Marine 43hp engine.

The New & Used Boat Co

The Abode



A 70ft by 12ft 6in wide-beam with a wraparound cruiser stern. Designed for residential use, it has four berths in two cabins and  integrated appliances. Engines Plus Canaline 60 engine.

The New & Used Boat Co

The Canterbury


68ft wide beam (12ft beam) with a cruiser stern and 4 berths in 2 bedrooms. Barrus Shire 70hp engine. 

The New & Used Boat Co

The Hoxton


A 70ft by 12ft 6in wide-beam created to look and feel like an apartment and has four berths in two cabins. Engines Plus Canaline 70T engine. 

The New & Used Boat Co

The Madison


A 60ft cruiser-stern narrowboat with two permanent and two occasional berths. Barrus Shire 45hp engine.



Hunky Dory


A 61ft semi-cruiser stern narrowboat built on a Tyler WIlson shell with a Fischer Panda serial hybrid propulsion system. Features a  galley with high-end appliances and a bathroom with electric incinerator toilet.

Ovation Boats

Just a Dream


A 2+2 berth, 57ft reverse layout semi-cruiser narrowboat with a HT Fabrications shell. Canaline 38 from Engines Plus.

Tingdene Boat Sales

The Lyndigenous


A 7.3m Viking 24 Cruiser featuring two berths powered by a Mercury 25hp outboard petrol engine plus bowthruster. Three-year-old, but with under 25 hours’ use, the boat is ‘as new’.

Tingdene Boat Sales

Colecraft Widebeam


Powered by a Beta 75hp engine with a bowthruster for enhanced moveability, this new 66ft by 10ft wide-beam featrues a square semi-cruiser stern with integral seating. 5ft 10in headroom beneath the forward canopy creates an ideal area for entertaining.

Tristar Boats

Keel Row


A 53ft narrowboat designed for leisure cruising by two couples.

Tristar Boats 

The Piano Boat

Piano Boat

A 67ft by 12ft canal boat with Hybrid Marine propulsion built as a home and performance space for a concert pianist.

Favourite Boat in Show

Once you have viewed the boats, you will be able to vote online in the Favourite Boat in Show poll for the one you like the most. The winning boat will be announced on Sunday afternoon on Crick Radio by Show Director, Peter Johns.

Favourite Boat in Show is sponsored by 



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