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lily mae on the aylesbury arm

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hello all,   whilst walking today on the Aylesbury arm of the GU about half a mile from the main town basin I came across a  a moored up and locked up narrowboat called Lily Mae. the boat is pretty much in the middle of nowhere and whilst very tatty and dilapidated is none the less quite an attractive boat... I am curious to know if anybody has any information about it...thanks Ian...                                                                                                                                             

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Lily May Built by Viking - Length : 6.71 metres ( 22 feet ) - Beam : 2.31 metres ( 7 feet 7 inches ). Fibre Glass hull N/A power of 35 HP. Registered with Canal & River Trust number 109407 as a Powered Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Saturday 19th April 2008 )

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    Montys Dream Built by Viking - Length : 6.72 metres ( 22 feet 1 inch ) - Beam : 2.34 metres ( 7 feet 8 inches ). Fibre Glass hull N/A power of 35 HP. Registered with Canal & River Trust number 109407 as a Powered Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Wednesday 11th July 2007 )

 


Lilly Mae Built in 1999 - Length : 9.8 metres ( 32 feet 2 inches ) - Beam : 3.2 metres ( 10 feet 6 inches ). Grp hull colour : White, Superstructure colour : White
Powered by a Twin Inboard Diesel engine with a power of 150 HP. Registered with the Broads Authority number 417W as a Cranchi Giada 30 Motor Private Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Saturday 18th July 2015 )

 


Lily May Built by Liverpool Boat Company - Length : 12.19 metres ( 40 feet ). Metal hull N/A power of 999 HP. Registered with Canal & River Trust number 503365 as a Powered Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Wednesday 22nd May 2013 )

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    Chaddy Built by Liverpool Boat Company - Length : 12.19 metres ( 40 feet ) - Beam : 0.01 metres ( 0 feet ) - Draft : 0.01 metres ( 0 feet ). Metal hull N/A power of 999 HP. Registered with Canal & River Trust number 503365 as a Powered Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Sunday 11th April 2010 )

 


Lillie-Mae Built by Invader - Length : 6.71 metres ( 22 feet ) - Beam : 2.75 metres ( 9 feet ). Fibre Glass hull N/A power of 2 HP. Registered with Canal & River Trust number 50366 as a Powered Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Saturday 19th April 2008 )

 


Lily M Built by Unknown - Length : 6.7 metres ( 22 feet ) - Beam : 2.58 metres ( 8 feet 6 inches ). Fibre Glass hull N/A power of 35 HP. Registered with Canal & River Trust number 51505 as a Powered Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Tuesday 19th April 2005 )

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    Renegade Built by Birchwood - Length : 6.7 metres ( 22 feet ) - Beam : 2.58 metres ( 8 feet 6 inches ) - Draft : 0.83 metres ( 2 feet 9 inches ). Fibre Glass hull N/A power of 35 HP. Registered with Canal & River Trust number 51505 as a Powered Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Wednesday 22nd May 2013 )

 


Lily May Built by N/a in 1900 - Length : 3 metres ( 9 feet 10 inches ) Inboard Electric power of 2 HP. Registered with Environment Authority - Anglian Region number C001481 as a manually propelled craft (Stour only) Manually Propelled Craft.  ( Last updated on Wednesday 12th June 2013 )

 


Lilly Mae Built by Bulls Bridge in 1988 - Length : 18.3 metres ( 60 feet ) - Beam : 2.1 metres ( 6 feet 11 inches ) Inboard Diesel . Registered with Environment Authority - Thames Region number C007618 as a Non Hire Annual Private Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Thursday 23rd May 2013 )

 


Lily May Built in 2007 - Length : 10.6 metres ( 34 feet 9 inches ) - Beam : 3.76 metres ( 12 feet 4 inches )
Powered by an Inboard Diesel engine with a power of 150 HP. Registered with Environment Authority - Thames Region number F019287 as a Westwood Non Hire Annual.  ( Last updated on Saturday 16th July 2016 )

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    Easy Does It Built by Westwood in 2007 - Length : 10.67 metres ( 35 feet ) - Beam : 3.76 metres ( 12 feet 4 inches )
Powered by an Inboard Diesel engine with a power of 150 HP. Registered with Environment Authority - Thames Region number F019287 as a Non Hire Annual Private Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Sunday 17th May 2009 )

    Poppy K Built by Westwood in 2007 - Length : 10.4 metres ( 34 feet 1 inch ) - Beam : 3.8 metres ( 12 feet 6 inches )
Powered by an Inboard Diesel engine with a power of 150 HP. Registered with Environment Authority - Thames Region number F019287 as a Non Hire Annual Private Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Wednesday 1st April 2009 )

 


Lillimai Built by Horizon 35 in 1979 - Length : 10.59 metres ( 34 feet 9 inches ) - Beam : 3.65 metres ( 12 feet ). Grp hull colour : White, Superstructure colour : White/blue
Powered by an Inboard Diesel engine with a capacity of 1500 CC. Registered with the Broads Authority number M604 as a Private Motor Private Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Sunday 11th April 2010 )

 


Lillie May Built by Viking Mouldings in 1989 - Length : 9.75 metres ( 32 feet ) - Beam : 2.06 metres ( 6 feet 9 inches ). Hull colour : White , Superstructure colour : Whiblu
Powered by an Outboard Petrol engine with a power of 40 HP. Registered with Environment Authority - Anglian Region number N7800 as a Motor boat Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Friday 27th April 2007 )

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    Lily Ann Built in 1989 - Length : 9.75 metres ( 32 feet ) - Beam : 2.06 metres ( 6 feet 9 inches ). Hull colour : White , Superstructure colour : Whiblu
Powered by an Outboard Petrol engine with a power of 30 HP. Registered with Environment Authority - Anglian Region number N7800 as a Viking Mouldings Regional 7.5m To 10m +4hp.  ( Last updated on Saturday 16th July 2016 )

 


Lilly Mae Built by Unknown - Length : 18.28 metres ( 60 feet ) - Beam : 1.97 metres ( 6 feet 6 inches ) - Draft : 0.01 metres ( 0 feet ). Metal hull N/A power of 999 HP. Registered with Canal & River Trust number 45379 as a Powered Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Sunday 11th April 2010 )

 


Lily May Built by Wilderness Boats - Length : 7 metres ( 23 feet ) - Beam : 2.1 metres ( 6 feet 11 inches ) - Draft : 0.4 metres ( 1 foot 4 inches ). Fibre Glass hull N/A power of 10 HP. Registered with Canal & River Trust number 107353 as a Powered Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Wednesday 22nd May 2013 )

 


Lillie-May Built by Cosiva Yachting Artu - Length : 5.2 metres ( 17 feet 1 inch ) - Beam : 2.2 metres ( 7 feet 3 inches ) - Draft : 0.4 metres ( 1 foot 4 inches ). Fibre Glass hull N/A . Registered with Canal & River Trust number 117308 as a Powered Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Wednesday 22nd May 2013 )

 


Lily May Built by Liverpool Boat Company - Length : 13.72 metres ( 45 feet ) - Beam : 2.08 metres ( 6 feet 10 inches ) - Draft : 0.45 metres ( 1 foot 6 inches ). Metal hull N/A power of 35 HP. Registered with Canal & River Trust number 507323 as a Powered Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Sunday 11th April 2010 )

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    Scotty III Built by Liverpool Boat Company - Length : 13.72 metres ( 45 feet ) - Beam : 2.08 metres ( 6 feet 10 inches ) - Draft : 0.45 metres ( 1 foot 6 inches ). Metal hull N/A power of 35 HP. Registered with Canal & River Trust number 507323 as a Powered Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Monday 30th May 2011 )

    Lamrei Built by Unknown - Length : 13.72 metres ( 45 feet ) - Beam : 2.08 metres ( 6 feet 10 inches ). Metal hull N/A power of 27 HP. Registered with Canal & River Trust number 507323 as a Powered Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Tuesday 19th April 2005 )

 


Lily May Built by Venetian Marine/piper - Length : 11.28 metres ( 37 feet ) - Beam : 2.08 metres ( 6 feet 10 inches ) - Draft : 0.5 metres ( 1 foot 8 inches ). Metal hull N/A power of 780 HP. Registered with Canal & River Trust number 505289 as a Powered Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Friday 20th April 2012 )

 


Lilly May Built by Unknown - Length : 15.24 metres ( 50 feet ) - Beam : 2.08 metres ( 6 feet 10 inches ) - Draft : 0.55 metres ( 1 foot 10 inches ). Metal hull N/A power of 32 HP. Registered with Canal & River Trust number 501712 as a Powered Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Sunday 11th April 2010 )

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    Steady Built by Unknown - Length : 15.24 metres ( 50 feet ) - Beam : 2.08 metres ( 6 feet 10 inches ) - Draft : 0.55 metres ( 1 foot 10 inches ). Metal hull N/A power of 32 HP. Registered with Canal & River Trust number 501712 as a Powered Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Wednesday 22nd May 2013 )

    Laura Built by Unknown - Length : 15.25 metres ( 50 feet ) - Beam : 2.09 metres ( 6 feet 10 inches ). Metal hull N/A power of 32 HP. Registered with Canal & River Trust number 501712 as a Powered Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Saturday 19th April 2008 )

 


Lillimay Built by Unknown - Length : 18.29 metres ( 60 feet ) - Beam : 2.08 metres ( 6 feet 10 inches ) - Draft : 0.61 metres ( 2 feet ). Metal hull N/A power of 30 HP. Registered with Canal & River Trust number 502755 as a Powered Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Wednesday 22nd May 2013 )

 


Lily May Built by Unknown - Length : 16.76 metres ( 55 feet ) - Beam : 2.08 metres ( 6 feet 10 inches ) - Draft : 0.61 metres ( 2 feet ). Metal hull N/A . Registered with Canal & River Trust number 508287 as a Powered Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Wednesday 22nd May 2013 )

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    Ethel-Violet Built by Unknown - Length : 16.76 metres ( 55 feet ) - Beam : 2.08 metres ( 6 feet 10 inches ) - Draft : 0.61 metres ( 2 feet ). Metal hull N/A power of 35 HP. Registered with Canal & River Trust number 508287 as a Powered Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Friday 20th April 2012 )

 


Lily May Built by Liverpool Boat Company - Length : 11.58 metres ( 38 feet ) - Beam : 2.08 metres ( 6 feet 10 inches ) - Draft : 0.61 metres ( 2 feet ). Metal hull N/A power of 25 HP. Registered with Canal & River Trust number 514302 as a Powered Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Wednesday 22nd May 2013 )

 


Lily May Built by Harborough Mar/bts - Length : 14.94 metres ( 49 feet ) - Beam : 2 metres ( 6 feet 7 inches ) - Draft : 0.61 metres ( 2 feet ). Metal hull N/A power of 19 HP. Registered with Canal & River Trust number 63316 as a Powered Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Wednesday 22nd May 2013 )

 


Lily May Built by G T Boatbuilders/barry Hawkins - Length : 20.422 metres ( 67 feet ) - Beam : 2.083 metres ( 6 feet 10 inches ) - Draft : 0.64 metres ( 2 feet 1 inch ). Metal hull N/A power of 43 HP. Registered with Canal & River Trust number 502662 as a Powered Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Friday 20th April 2012 )

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    Alexandra Built by G T Boatbuilders/bar - Length : 20.422 metres ( 67 feet ) - Beam : 2.083 metres ( 6 feet 10 inches ) - Draft : 0.64 metres ( 2 feet 1 inch ). Metal hull N/A . Registered with Canal & River Trust number 502662 as a Powered Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Wednesday 22nd May 2013 )

 


Lily May Built by Narrowcraft Ltd - Length : 18.29 metres ( 60 feet ) - Beam : 2.08 metres ( 6 feet 10 inches ) - Draft : 0.64 metres ( 2 feet 1 inch ). Metal hull N/A power of 45 HP. Registered with Canal & River Trust number 516254 as a Powered Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Wednesday 22nd May 2013 )

 


Lulama Built by Oxford Bermuda/wilde - Length : 10.36 metres ( 34 feet ) - Beam : 3.75 metres ( 12 feet 4 inches ) - Draft : 0.91 metres ( 3 feet ). Fibre Glass hull N/A power of 35 HP. Registered with Canal & River Trust number 111841 as a Powered Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Sunday 11th April 2010 )

 


Lilly Mae Built by Unknown - Length : 10.97 metres ( 36 feet ) - Beam : 3.65 metres ( 12 feet ) - Draft : 0.91 metres ( 3 feet ). Fibre Glass hull N/A power of 90 HP. Registered with Canal & River Trust number 46785 as a Powered Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Wednesday 22nd May 2013 )

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    Orsova Built by Unknown - Length : 10.97 metres ( 36 feet ) - Beam : 3.65 metres ( 12 feet ) - Draft : 0.91 metres ( 3 feet ). Fibre Glass hull N/A power of 90 HP. Registered with Canal & River Trust number 46785 as a Powered Motor Boat.  ( Last updated on Sunday 11th April 2010 )

 


Lola May Built in 2008 - Length : 5.3 metres ( 17 feet 5 inches ) - Beam : 2.3 metres ( 7 feet 7 inches ) Inboard Petrol . Registered with Environment Authority - Thames Region number F151300 as a Blue Star Charter Hire.  ( Last updated on Saturday 16th July 2016 )

 


Lily May Built in 2013 - Length : 17.3 metres ( 56 feet 9 inches ) - Beam : 2.21 metres ( 7 feet 3 inches ) - Draft : 0.4 metres ( 1 foot 4 inches ). Steel hull Diesel power of 38 BHP. Registered with Canal & River Trust number 523872 as a Narrowboat ('standard' with cabin accommodation).  ( Last updated on Wednesday 23rd March 2016 )

 


Lilium Built by Collingwood Boat Builders in 2016 - Length : 18.29 metres ( 60 feet ) - Beam : 3.05 metres ( 10 feet ). Steel hull Diesel power of 52 BHP. Registered with Canal & River Trust number 524155 as a Wide beam barge style.  ( Last updated on Tuesday 21st June 2016 )

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Many thanks...Thanks for the replies,  it doesn't surprise me if not many people have noticed the boat as it's pretty isolated where it is...it appears to have been there for some time...I will keep a quiet eye on it as and when I get the opportunity...you never know,  Maybe something will turn up...thanks

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2 minutes ago, Ago1000 said:

Many thanks...Thanks for the replies,  it doesn't surprise me if not many people have noticed the boat as it's pretty isolated where it is...it appears to have been there for some time...I will keep a quiet eye on it as and when I get the opportunity...you never know,  Maybe something will turn up...thanks

 

If you can get to it, a note through or under the door will eventually reach someone. Or ask neighbouring boaters if they could get a message to the owners. 

 

Boaters tend to be wary of giving out contact details (or any information at all!) to random people enquiring about boats.  

 

Is it licenced? If it is then someone is looking after it. 

 

 

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On 22/08/2019 at 18:52, Ago1000 said:

hello all,   whilst walking today on the Aylesbury arm of the GU about half a mile from the main town basin I came across a  a moored up and locked up narrowboat called Lily Mae. the boat is pretty much in the middle of nowhere 

 

7 hours ago, Ago1000 said:

  it doesn't surprise me if not many people have noticed the boat as it's pretty isolated where it is

 

Half a mile from Aylesbury Basin is on  well used (if muddy) towpath link between a suburban housing estate and the town centre. It can't really be described as isolated or the middle of nowhere. That said, it is perhaps suffficiently out of sight that its not the wisest of places to leave a boat if you don't want to attract the attention of the local oiks.

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