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On the cover of the April issue... The Shropshire Union near Norbury Junction.
When an experienced boater wanted a new narrowboat for residential and cruising use, she soon decided on Braidbar Boats. Mark Langley explores the resulting 60-footer, Desiderata
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Colin Dobson-Fox recalls one of the highlights of his extensive travels around the network – cruising the tidal Thames through central London
The tight embankments and deep cuttings of the Shroppie provide rural cruising at its finest. James Francis Fox cruises from Barbridge to Autherley
Novice kayaker Mauro Solive recently completed an unsupported traverse of the Broads National Park to raise funds for charity. He recalls his epic 96-mile paddle...
It’s 1972 and Max and Edna Holgate celebrate their 10th wedding anniversary by taking a long and varied two-week cruise through the Midlands. Roger Butler follows the first half of their journey
WW explains how to wind your boat without the engine
Author and former BBC journalist Andy Griffee recently caught up with a narrowboat owned by the staff of his former employer
Do you know your multifil from your manila? Your coir from cotton? Tony Jones visits Tradline at Braunston to literally learn the ropes
Hampshire’s Titchfield Canal is one of Britain’s oldest artificial waterways and, although long abandoned, its short line remains intact. Roger Butler finds out more...
Andy Tidy tells how a fledging waterway society succeeded in saving not just one canal but two
Andrew Denny explores an engineer’s account of the 2004 renovation of the mighty Pontcysyllte Aqueduct
Liveaboard boater Paul Larcombe discusses his career as one of the world’s leading Elvis Presley tribute acts
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