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On the July 2020 cover ... Heading through Iffley Lock on the River Thames, near Oxford.
Ovation Boats’ Chris Williams has employed his wide experience to produce a 60ft narrowboat that aims to deliver superior levels of safety and practicality
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As Britain eases out of lockdown, a look at the economic impact of Covid-19 on waterway businesses and charities to date, and the forecast for the months ahead
This North Midlands canal was where Andrew Denny fell in love with boating in the early ’90s. Last year, he returned to cruise its entire navigable length
An ambitious three-waterway circuit taking in the Grand Union and south Oxford canals, and the finest stretch of the Royal River
Looking to cruise the Lancaster? Neil Barnett has the lowdown on how best to tackle the Ribble Link connecting it to the main network
In the spring of 1968, three young men set out on a hire-boat to ﬁlm, record, photograph and write up their experiences. We relive their journey from Leighton Buzzard to Oxford
How the WW team have learned from experience
After lockdown turned a swathe of liveaboards into ‘workaboards’ as well, WW oﬀers advice on how to manage the new 9 to 5
On the 200th anniversary of its opening, we examine the impact of railways on the Regent’s Canal and how it survived into the leisure-boating age
Hobbs of Henley navigates its 150th anniversary in unprecedented times
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