Deck Plan PS Emmylou
Launched September 1982 | Powered 1906 Marshall & Sons Wood Fired Steam Engine | Guests 16 | Cabins 8 | Crew 4
Emmylou has the Main Deck and an Upper Deck. The Main Deck has one Queen Bed Cabin with Private Ensuite providing convenient access to Redgums Restaurant at the rear of the boat. The Saloon has both inside and outside dining areas with a fully stocked bar and kitchen. Public bathroom facilities are also located on this Deck.
The Upper Deck consists of 6 Cabins and the Emmylou Suite all with private ensuites. Emmylou cabins and suite feature a contemporary warm environment with fine linens and plush new bedding which will ensure you are well rested to fully enjoy your time aboard with us. With doors opening to the outside decks neighbouring guests have the unique opportunity to enjoy a social atmosphere, swapping stories and forming lasting friendships with fellow travellers
All cabins are individually air-conditioned for your comfort with complimentary Wifi available throughout the boat.
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Marshall Sons & Co History
In 1842 William Marshall bought the defunct engineering works of William Garland and Son at Back Street Foundry in Gainsborough. In 1849 he renamed it the Britannia Ironworks and began to produce road steam engines. In 1857 his son James Marshall become a partner and the company name was changed to William Marshall and Son. In 1861 another son, Henry Dickenson Marshall, became a partner. William Marshall died in 1861 and his two sons continued the business. It was incorporated as a limited company in 1862.
PS Emmylou is powered by a wood-fired 1906 Marshall Sons & Co Steam Engine with a top speed capacity of 8 knots.