4 Berth with an option for additional 2 berths in seating area. (Please note this may compromise quality.)
Until the opening of the Standedge Tunnel over the Pennines the Harecastle, was the longest navigable tunnel on the canal system. It still holds its own fascination as one of the wonders of the waterways. Although there were two tunnels, the first by James Brindley, it is Thomas Telford's Tunnel that you now cruise today, and it still remains as another tribute to this amazing Scottish engineer's talents. Tales of ghosts used to abound amongst the old working boatmen who plied their trade along this stretch of canal. However, the only ghostly sounds you are likely to hear today are made by the voices of the crews of the many boats that echo their way through the darkness.
On This Boat: Double Glazed front windows. Double beds 6'3" x 4', single beds 6'3" x 2' with interior sprung mattresses. Full central heating with radiators and airing cupboard. Carpeted throughout (Except kitchen and bathroom areas). Colour TV/DVD and radio/CD player. Full size shower, 140 gallon stainless steel water tank. 4-ring gas cooker, oven and grill. 240v Microwave. Electric Fridge with freezer compartment. 12v cigar lighter plug point for mobile phones, camcorders. Macerator toilets to discrete tanks. 240v hairdryer. All bedding will be supplied along with bath towels, kitchen utensils and cleaning provisions.
|Length||17.68m, 58' and 0"|
|Beds||2 Doubles OR 1 Double and 2 Singles with occasional beds in lounge|