Argo - £82,500

Argo Starboard Side External 4
Argo Galley
Argo Saloon 2
Argo Engine 2
Argo Saloon Towards Stern (1)


Argo Painted Cupboard (1)


Argo Galley Port Side (1)


Argo Dinette With Side Hatch (1)


Argo Galley Towards Bow (1)


Argo Side Hatch (1)


Argo Stern From Bedroom (1)


Argo Shower (1)


Moored at: Ventnor Waterside & Marina
Boat category: Narrowboat
Berths: 2+2
Length: 57ft
Width: 6ft 10in
Draft: 2ft
Builder: Orion
Engine type: Diesel inboard
Engine make: Gardner 2LW (1962)
Stern type: Traditional Tug
Layout: Standard
Year: 2005
View by appointment: Yes



Argo is a 57ft long x 6ft 10in wide Trad Tug stern narrowboat built by Orion in 2005.  She is fitted with a lovely Gardner 2LW (1962) diesel engine and has 2+2 berths.

Argo is a super Tug style narrowboat that you simply do not want to miss out on!  She benefits from a superior fitout and would suit both leisure or liveaboard. Argo has 2 dog boxes with covers, 4 side hatches (2 with top hatches), Quadrant shower, and a professional outside paint completed in Jan 2023.


BSC expires:

  • April 2025

Last blacking:

  • January 2023

Hull and superstructure:

  • Steel

Stern type:

  • Trad Tug


  • Gardner 2LW (1962)

Bow Thruster:

  • None fitted


  • Shore power
  • Victron Multiplus 3000w Inverter/Charger


  • 2 x engine start
  • 3 x domestic

Water heating:

  • Calorifer
  • Engine
  • Immersion

Cabin heating:

  • Lockgate 2000 KT Diesel Stove
  • Premier Solid Fuel Stove in Bedroom

Water capacity:

  • Unknown

Fuel capacity:

  • Unknown


  • Thetford C200 Cassette

Fitting out:

  • Painted Strip pine ceiling
  • Venerred plyboard
  • Solid wood framing
  • Beech furniture


  • Solid oak wood


  • 6ft 3in


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Please note: this is not a survey report and all pre-owned boats are sold without warranty.

The information provided is based on a superficial inspection carried out by us and information provided by the vendor. No guarantee is given or implied regarding the specification, but descriptions are given in good faith as could be ascertained at the time of inspection. Aquavista takes no responsibility for the accuracy of this information and recommend the use of a marine surveyor to establish the condition of the vessel.