Model                       :                   Norman 22

Cockpit                    :                   Rear

Year                           :                  1973

Engine & Fuel         :                  Outboard petrol

Capacity                   :                  15 hp

Gas water heater    :                 Yes

Toilet                         :                  Portapotti


Just starting putting her back in to shape, but we will be using lots of chrome and polish. we are looking for a original fibreglass front hatch. we would love to know any history of her.

We bought "Sefton" this summer and we have enjoyed sailing her almost every weekend, and as many week nights as we could in the lighter nights.
She is moored on the Calder and Hebble canal up here in Yorkshire and we have cruised the canal network mostly on daily trips with family and friends.
We have been away for the weekend and have plans for York and Lincoln this summer.
She is in relatively good condition but needs a good lick of paint and an anti foul this year. we will be keeping her in the same style livery apart from the wobbly stripes, ( I think they must have been painted on as she sailed past the painter?)
We intend to keep her as original as we can but with a modern and luxurious feel to her. the main changes we will be making is a few fittings and upholstery.
One thing we may need help with is colour schemes for inside, as all photo's we have seen are of open plan wooden looks. "Sefton" has a full galley with hot and cold water, a separate shower and wc room on the right, and a 2/4 seater dinner/settee/single/double bed, small cupboard and full length wardrobe on the left, which leads in to a private double cabin in the bow. does this lay out sound familiar?
Well its been a long hard summer, but she is now looking good!