DAPHNE is a narrow boat of planked oak and elm construction with a National DM2 diesel engine, built by Nursers of Braunston in 1938. After many years working on the canals she was sold in 1961 and was converted to a houseboat. After some changes in ownership she was rebuilt by John Woolley in 1985.
Bought by her present owners in 2014, she is undergoing a rebuild and improvements.
Built by Nursers of Braunston
Converted to a houseboat
Rebuilt by John Woolley
Bought by present owners
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