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On the June 2020 cover ... Cruising near Penkridge on the Staffs & Worcs Canal.
Buying a boat that’s built to a set layout and speciﬁcation can make a lot of sense – especially in terms of cost. Two very diﬀerent examples compared
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Boating may be out of bounds for now, but the WW team has devised a whole host of ways you can imbibe the waterways environment from the safety of your home
Out of season, the River Cam is open to boat traﬃc right through to the heart of its college quarter. In ﬁne February weather, Chris Howes took his narrowboat there
Five canals, numerous junctions and England’s second city – enjoy the wealth of attractions on this unsung Midlands circuit
Kerry Dainty looks back on a severe cholera outbreak at the canal village in 1834
Around the network, residential boaters are observing the coronavirus lockdown aboard their ﬂoating homes. We hear some of their stories
Best known for playing moustachioed Belgian detective Hercule Poirot, David Suchet is also a keen boater and all-round waterways do-gooder
Paperwork and cost put many narrowboaters oﬀ cruising the Manchester Ship Canal. But the eﬀort is more than repaid by the waterway’s extraordinary engineering and the rare chance to rub shoulders with bigger craft
London’s Regent’s Canal celebrates its 200th anniversary this summer. In the ﬁrst of a two-part history, we look back at its construction and early success
Emma Jane explains why moving aboard a narrowboat is the best decision she has ever made
As towpath use is scrutinised, James Francis Fox argues it’s never been more important to make room for others
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