Birchwood Boats For Sale

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Birchwood 33 GT, "Blues Legend"

Boat Length: 33ft (10.06m)
Berths: 5
Year: Believed 1977
Fuel Type: Diesel

The Birchwood 33 is a very spacious aft cabin cruiser with two toilets. This particular boat was re-engined with economical and reliable TD-Power Marine diesel engines in 2011 and shows less than 500 engine hours.


Sold - Jul 20

Birchwood 25, "Gems Dream"

Boat Length: 25ft (7.62m)
Berths: 4 plus 2
Year: Believed 1979
Fuel Type: Diesel

This well presented Birchwood 25 has  an economical BMC diesel engine.

Sold - Aug 20

Birchwood 25, "Daisy Belle"

Boat Length: 25ft (7.62m)
Berths: 4
Year: Believed 1978
Fuel Type: Petrol

The Birchwood 25 is a practical river cruiser, ideal for family use.

Sold - Jun 20

Birchwood 33 classic, "Phoenix"

Boat Length: 33ft (10.06m)
Berths: 6
Year: Believed 1984
Fuel Type: Diesel

The Birchwood 33 is a very spacious aft cabin cruiser which has a built in generator and twin engines.This craft has 2 toilets.

Further Information on Birchwood Boat Models

Birchwood Boat Information

Birchwood Boats company based in Huthwaite in Notttingham were a prolific builder of cruisers starting with 18ft to 20ft boats in the late 1960s. The company's most significant build period was in the 1970s with the 22ft, 25ft and latterly the 27ft and 29ft cruisers suitable for the inland/ estuary market. In the 1980s the company went into production of much larger cruisers, building up to 44ft craft. The company ceased in 2002 and another company took over for a short period.

Birchwood Boat Models

Birchwood 18 Continental

Birchwood 22

Birchwood 22 Interceptor

Birchwood 25

Birchwood 25 Executive

Birchwood 25 Interceptor

Birchwood 29

Birchwood 29 Aft Cabin

Birchwood 33 classic

Useful Links

Birchwood Marine

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Birchwood Documents and Original Brochures

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