Bath Tap Boats are uniquely imaginative handcrafted vessels, created by Paul Campbell, from salvaged and reclaimed material, from his home workshop in Norfolk.
Paul's love of boats started at an early age and he later spent weekends volunteering at the Liverpool Maritime Museum, where he helped restore the 3-masted schooner 'De Wadden' and the pilot boat 'Edmund Gardner'. Bath Tap Boats arose from Paul's enjoyment of salvaging wood and other reclaimed materials and from combing shorelines for items of interest and potential. His magpie eye has led to a varied collection of items, from copper pipes and old brass hinges to Victorian taps, which he now gives a new lease of life incorporating them into his handcrafted boats. Bath Tap Boats are not mass-produced, by their very nature each boat is completely individual.

Bath Tap Boats are stocked by:
The Art House Cafe, 10 High Street, Cromer, Norfolk NR27 9HG.
Fineline Frames & Gallery, Creake Abbey, North Creake, Norfolk.
Grapevine Gallery, Overy Rd, Burnham Market, North Norfolk PE31 8HH.
Burnham Grapevine Gallery