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Mon Apr 28, 2014 at 12:35pm
6 Great Ways To Get Fit For FREE Living On Your Narrow BoatOwning and living on a narrow boat in itself can be a healthy way of living. Jogging along the towpath Living on a narrow boat has its benefits for anyone keen to get in shape for this summer.  Day to day jobs around the narrow boat will keep you off the couch and on the move.  Locks don’t open themselves, Waitrose don’t deliver down to the canal, and boats don’t moor themselves.  All these jobs requ....
Tue Apr 22, 2014 at 10:13am
Are you are thinking about selling your narrow boat and using a brokerage company? don’t sign on the dotted line till you read this article!Choosing the right brokerage company is a critical part of selling your narrow boat, get this part wrong and it could be the difference between getting the best price possible and not selling it at all! Follow our guide to finding a good brokerage company; Recommendations – it’s always a good sign if people are happy to recommend a company.....
Mon Apr 14, 2014 at 9:29am
There are around 35,000 people who own a narrow boat on the UKs canal system, so what’s the big attraction?Living AboardIf you live on a boat you are known as a “liveaboard”, and as the figures show there are a lot of UK residents that are opting for this amazing life style.For many, it’s the whole way of life, no ties, the slower pace of living, and the general sense of freedom which is so appealing.  The way of living is rather minimal mainly due to the amount of s....
Wed Apr 2, 2014 at 9:19am
We are talking about narrow boats just so you are clear! 57 is not the magic number!  There is a myth that a 57 foot narrow boat is the maximum length that can travel the whole of the inland waterways.  This is NOT TRUE!  We don’t know where this statement came from, but we can tell you it is complete rubbish!The Truth – A 40ft  is the maximum if you wish to cruise the whole network! A 58ft 6in  is suitable for the whole system (except you can’t crui....