Mark Savage has been in touch with the following message:
‘I am the owner of True Blue a 42 ft Morgan Giles narrowboat. I have spent the last three years working on her.
‘She is the last one left in her class and a fine example…
‘I have tried to find a home mooring for this beautiful craft, but cannot find one at a reasonable cost, and she is very much in danger of being struck by traditional metal narrowboat, this would be such a terrible loss, not only for me, but as a fine example of a Morgan Giles vessel built for the waterways.
‘I am trying to sell her – I am running out of time and I’m sad to say that this vessel will be lost for ever. She does indeed deserve to be preserved as part of the heritage of the waterways.’
There’s an ad on Apollo Duck – if you’re interested, click here and perhaps start researching vessel’s background…
3 thoughts on “Morgan Giles 42 narrow boat built 1969 for sale”
hi i bought that boat in 1986 was moored on the northern stratford at hockley heath boatyard,was a total mess when i got it.brought it back to runcorn on the bridgewater canal,engine taken out fully reconditioned. drive motor and all pipes renewed,put on dock all paint took back to gell coat on hull and cabin repainted with 2pack,had new wooden screen and hard top fitted 1987. refitted back cabin the same year,in the 16 years i had true blue ps i named it true blue previously called slo boat the engine and drive never let me down once,true blue was my third morgan giles i sill own a 43ft morgan giles aft cockpit no 4,you say yours was the last one of that class i know of 2 more built like a tank dont worry about tin skips hitting you they have to catch you first
Hi alan. We have just bought youre old boat moonraker. Any advice or info you have would be appreciated.
I’ve just bought a morgan giles n° 828 any info on her would be appreciated