Launched in July 2004, the “Mary Hill” is a detailed replica of a clyde coal puffer. The 42ft vessel has been commissioned by Sir Robert Smith and will be used as a pleasure craft for hire on the Forth & Clyde canal. The “Mary Hill” will be on display at the Scottish Boat Show being held this year at the Falkirk Wheel between 13-15 August.
Designed specifically for comfortable Scottish inland cruising, the accommodation comprises –
• 2 double cabins
• A spacious light saloon
• heads (WC)
• Galley area
• Full standing room throughout
• Wheelhouse steering position with all round visibility
• Side, fore and aft decks with rails all round.
Length Overall – 12.8m / 42 ft
Beam – 3.08m / 10.1 ft
Draught – .925m / 3 ft
Displacement – 19220kg / 42380lb
Engine – 50 hp
MCA – Category C (3)
RCD – C Inshore