built 1936 by Yarwood, W J & Sons Ltd, Northwich
To be confirmed
6.10 feet (1.86 metres)
72.00 feet (21.96 metres)
3.90 feet (1.19 metres)
Built in 1936 by W J Yarwood, Northwich, REDSHANK is a narrow boat converted for passenger use with a capacity for 54 passengers. She is based in Wapping Dock, Bristol and undertakes pleasure cruises in the Bristol area with occasional trips to Bath and the Avon Gorge during the summer months. She also runs charter trips.
- 1995 Trip Out 1995/6 - A Guide to the Passenger Boat Services of the British Isles - Hamer, Geoffrey
a vessel whose plank fastenings are of copper rather than iron