Falcon-70ft Fellows, Morton & Clayton ‘Josher’

£38,000

Falcon, the motor boat, was built by Fellows, Morton and Clayton Ltd (FMC) and first registered in September 1926. FMC was the biggest general canal carrying firm in Britain in the first half of the 20th Century, carrying all sorts of goods, both perishable and non-perishable, including coal, steel, minerals, timber, foodstuffs and so on. Their craft were known for their pleasing lines, still much admired even today, and nicknamed “Joshers” after their designer, Joshua Fellows.

Falcon is paired up with the butty Venice and would be ideal to be sold together, The pair toured much of the canal system between their maiden “voyage” together in 2004 until 2013, when they moved from Saltford near Bath to their current base at London.

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Key Features

Builder: Fellows, Morton & Clayton
Type: Narrowbeam
Fitted: Partially converted
Year: 1926
Length: 70ft / meters
Beam: 7
Draught: c.2ft
Lying: London
CRT no: 61367
BSC to: 02/2020

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Contact us to discuss this craft at sales@vcmarine.co.uk
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