Freeman Boats For Sale

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Freeman 24, "Elysium"

Boat Length: 24ft 8in (7.52m)
Berths: 4
Year: Believed 1979
Fuel Type: Petrol

The freeman 24 is a classic family / river cruiser.

£10,950.00


Sold - May 20

Freeman 22 mk2, "Eloise"

Boat Length: 22ft (6.71m)
Berths: 4
Year: Believed 1960s
Fuel Type: Petrol

This is a tidy, near original Freeman 22 with gas fired heating and shore power.

£6,950.00


Sold - May 20

Freeman 24, "Seaquinn II"

Boat Length: 24ft (7.32m)
Berths: 4
Year: 70s
Fuel Type: Petrol

A well presented family cruiser from Freeman.

£9,950.00


Sold - Jun 20

Freeman 27, "Jean May"

Boat Length: 27ft (8.23m)
Berths: 4
Year: Believed 1978
Fuel Type: Diesel

The Freeman 27 is a very popular family river cruiser, this example has a bow thruster fitted for easy handling and benefits from a full service June 2019.

£15,500.00


Further Information on Freeman Boat Models

Freeman Boat Information

Freeman Boats began in 1957 when John Freeman turned his hand to boat manufacturing, after having produced fine caravans since pre-war days. In 1957 he began the first 22ft Freeman Cruiser. This was so successful that by 1960 caravan production had stopped. By the 1970's the factory was employing 125 people, building three 23ft and one 26ft cruiser each week and one Freeman 30 every 2/3 weeks.

Freeman Boat Additional Information

Woodwork is the 'hall-mark' of a Freeman; whole trees used to be purchased to ensure the continuity of colour and grain.

Freeman Boat Models

Freeman 22 mk1

Freeman 22 mk2

Freeman 22 mk2 Narrow Beam

Freeman 23

Freeman 24

Freeman 26

Freeman 27

Freeman 28

Freeman 30 MK I and Freeman 30 aft cabin

Freeman 32 mk1 aft cabin

Freeman 33 sport

Freeman 750

Useful Links

Freeman Cruisers

Freeman Owners Club

Freeman 22 mk1 and mk2, 26 and 33 Brochure

Freeman Cruiser Fan Club

Purchase Freeman 26 and 27 Test Report

Freeman Documents and Original Brochures



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