Canal Boat Dwellers to Keep Moving or Face Eviction

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Canal boat owners with “continuous cruiser” licences must keep moving to a new place every 14 days. Many people who live on their boats are complaining that being forced to travel only in one direction means their children can’t go to school, as reported on the BBC website.


Living on a Narrowboat, in Winter (video)

We all think we can imagine what it’s like to live in a narrowboat in winter.  I bet this still has you thinking “Why?”, until you read that it’s lovely and toasty with the woodburning stove running two radiators.  Not so bad after all, eh?

Filmed on the Rochdale Canal in Todmorden.


Canal boat holidays in UK – video review

Check out the stunning Canal Boat Holidays in the UK for a relaxing time away. This video has lots of information about locations, boats and the boatyards for having a great time away.

Life on a canal boat in England (video)

Narrowboats: A novices guide to narrowboating (video)

A holiday on board a narrowboat is a perfect way to see what life afloat is all about. If setting off at the tiller of a 60-foot narrowboat is a little daunting, this programme is just the introduction you need as we look at how to handle a boat, the things to take care over [...]

Boating Blog

Granny buttons gives an alternative commentary on canal life and interests rather than a straightforward narration of life on board.