A 60’ semi-trad, reverse layout, bespoke designed narrowboat with shell built by Reeves
and fit-out by Heartwood Narrowboats.

This is a blog of the building and fit-out of the Narrowboat Slow Pace from base plate to launch.
The more recent postings are pictures taken during our cruising.


24 October 2008

Our L-shaped dinette is taking shape.

The space below will be used for two footstalls and storage. The calorifier is housed under the return section.

Some nice curves!

The removable back rest makes the conversion to a double bed.


Halfie said...

Hello - I've just stumbled across your blog (via Debdale's links). It's all looking good! And that's both the boat and the blog. I'm always interested in the reasons people have for the type of stern they choose - it looks as though you've gone for trad. Why? Hope all goes well and you're soon in the water.

Slow Pace Crew said...

Thanks for your comments. We chose a Semi-trad stern, giving us the best combination of looks v practicality.