Banham Boats Cambridge Boats For Sale

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Sold - Jun 18

Discovery 33, "Dragonfly"

Boat Length: 33ft (10.06m)
Berths: 5
Year: Believed mid 70,s
Fuel Type: Diesel

This centre cockpit sliding roof discovery 33 offers generous space within 3 cabins

£18,950.00


Sold - Mar 17

Discovery 33, "Kirsarah"

Boat Length: 33ft (10.06m)
Berths: 6
Year: Believed early 70's
Fuel Type: Diesel

The Banham Discovery is a very spacious yet practical cruiser for Fenland cruiser. The boat has a sliding top and 2 toilets.

£13,950.00


Sold - Mar 17

Discovery 33, "Fenland Monarch"

Boat Length: 33ft (10.06m)
Berths: 4
Year: Believed early 70's
Fuel Type: Diesel

The Discovery 33 is a very spacious sliding top river cruiser which has 3 separate cabins

£14,950.00


Further Information on Banham Boats Cambridge Boat Models

Banham Boats Cambridge Boat Information

The Banhams family were a well known company of traditional boat builders with yards at one time in Cambridge and on the Broads at Horning. They built quality timber craft (many still exist) and ran a successful hire fleet for many years.This company, was taken over by by Pye Electricals in the 1960s.The site was next to Elizabeth Way Bridge on the River Cam in Cambridge. After a while a moulding was taken from an existing 32ft timber boat which had caught fire, and only the hull remained to produce the Discovary 33, by extending the hull slightly.The donar boat was called Dicovery!!. (The man responsible for this was one Maurice Tyrell who having tranferred from wooden craft to GRP decided that GRP work was not for him so set up his own wooden boatbuilding business which still thrives in 2013!) This featured a timber top and a GRP hull. Some of these craft were built for hire fleet use and others built for private use. Latter models were all GRP.

Banham Boats Cambridge Boat Models

Discovery 33

Banham Boats Cambridge Documents and Original Brochures



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