1934 - converted from a horse boat to a motor boat by Lees and Atkins, Polesworth, for John Wilson.
1951 - registered in London and used as a carrying boat
1953/1954 - converted to a 'hotel boat' by Tooley, Banbury for the same owner, trading as Inland Navigators.
1955 - ran with hotel boats Nancy and Nelson and then with the butty Malbern in 1956.
1957 - paired with the butty Forget-Me-Not and continued to run as a hotel boat.
1959 - Petter engine was replaced with an Armstrong Siddley.
1963 - sold to an owner trading as an 'Inland Waterways Holiday Cruises Ltd', followed by new ownership again in 1991 when Mabel was then run between Llangollen and Chester canal.
1988 - sold to "Travellers" company
1991 - sold to "Hotel Boat Voyages"
1998 - in December, Mabel and Forget-Me-Not were registered as "sunk and abandoned" but saved.
2001 - converted, including dry docking, caulked and blacked keelson chine planks. Her side planks were also replaced.