Narrowboat / Canals
together a unique fleet of historic boats with rich
collections and archives to tell the story of
Britain's canals and waterways. The historic docks
at Ellesmere Port provide the perfect setting.
A strictly non-commercial
site, with its whole aim being to promote the waterways. Letting
you know virtually daily, what is happening in the world of
Cotswold Canals Trust
To promote, for the benefit of the
community, the reopening of the Cotswold Canals.
Dedicated to those who work,
rest and play on the canals and water ways of the U.K. Home
of the U.K. Canals web-ring and discussion group.
Long established family
business with self-drive narrowboats for weekly or short
break rental in the heart of UK canal system.
Canal World Discussion Forums
A virtual waterways community.
Introducing the English Narrow
Canals, particularly the Birmingham Canals.
The comprehensive canal
guide and leisure directory. Maps, history, culture,
museums, folk art, hotel boats, boatyards & marinas, boat
brokers, boat hire firms, hints for first timers & much more.
Camden's Community Narrowboat.
Discover the hidden magic of London's waterways.
Boat Shop UK
Houseboats, Canalboats and
Narrowboats for sale by the UK's leading narrowboat specialist.
A comprehensive listing
of waterways businesses and organisations including a full site
London Canal Museum
At the London Canal Museum you
can see inside a narrowboat cabin, learn about the history of
London's canals, about the cargoes carried, the people who lived
and worked on the waterways, and the horses that pulled their
Narrow Boat Trust
To preserve and restore narrowboats
and canal craft of all descriptions for the benefit of the
public, and where possible to promote the use of such boats in
commercial canal carrying.
Includes the Evesham Floods
Easter 1998, Narrowboat 'One Moore' and The Building of
Narrowboat Lord Toulouse.
website: Pictures of the
Caledonian Canal and the Witham Navigable Drains.
Antidote web pages:
The Antidote narrowboat
construction diary with drawings, pictures and photographs, boat
specification and detailed information.
Boater's Wedding: The wedding of
Joe and Jackie Jones on the Llangollen Canal.
British Inland Waterways:
Pages by Gerry Cork
Google Images - Narrowboat
of voyages round the british canal sytstem.
Pugwash: Laurie Booth,
.Captain Pugwash, free adverts, stoppages, boaters forum.
Chris, Kate & James Brown's - Website:
Contains canal information, their
boat - Louisa May, extending Louisa May and non-canal pages.
Macclesfield Canal and Peak Forest Canal
Gloucester - Sharpness Canal Page:
Things of interest on
and near the Gloucester to Sharpness Canal for boaters and other
Gypsy Rover: A middle
aged couple from Lower Hutt, Wellington, New Zealand are
building a narrowboat to live and cruise on the canals during
Canal Photography -
James's Canal Pages:
Information on the Scottish Lowland Canals.
Jannock Homepage: The
Keens family site.
John Bennett's Canal pages:
Various waterway pictures.
Kevin and Ann Warrington's web site:
Includes Stuff About Boats and
Living the Dream: Follow
the Travels of Rob and Marlane aboard their Narrow Boat Oo-La-La.
Mary Harrison's Canal Pages:
This site is about Waterways and
Narrowboats, boating and Britain's Canals.
Clarke's Home Page: Full
details, photographs, history, construction, fit out etc. of
narrow boat Sika, based on a 62' Northwich Trader Class shell
from R. W. Davis, plus more about traditional narrowboat diesel
Mike Stevens' Web Pages:
Information on London's waterways plus much more.
Narrowboat Liberty Belle: All
about the building of a narrowboat and the trips made on her.
Narrowboat Polly Anna: A
63ft all steel narrowboat bought second-hand from Valley
Cruises, her history and a log book of her cruises.
Progress: For many years
Chris Coburn has undertaken some amazing journeys on his
narrowboat Progress in support of canal restoration and
Swallow: Photographs of
this shared boat.
The history and photographs
of this historic working boat.
Boats Appreciation Society:
For owners and others interested in
Official Bill Davies Web Site:
The site includes sections about
buying a second-hand narrowboat ( 'Rosy'), taking her to Europe,
living aboard abroad, and about canals in wartime.
Our Canalboat Honeymoon:
A slideshow of an American bride and an Australian groom on
brief honeymoon on the Kennet & Avon Canal.
Penelope's World of Water:
Features the Cotswold Canals.
Peter and Pauline
Curtis's Information Service:
A lot of boating text and pictures
amongst a mass of other subjects.
Melling: The website of
John Melling and his narrowboat Rosie.
The story of a narrowboat.
An introduction to canal boating.
Web Site: Currently
Offering Links To Sites of Interest To Waterways Enthusiasts.
the Inland Waterways:
Good accounts, with photographs, of the trips of the narrowboat
Floating Abode: A diary
and pictures covering the building and fitting out of a
A site mainly about FMC Fish
Class boats and the authors own boat Bream.