Spring is on its way and, if you put your boat away for the winter, it will soon be time to take the covers off and see how it has fared over the winter months.
To de-winterise your boat, you will probably need to:
Locate service manual, tools, parts and fluids that will be needed
All you need to know about IWA's new chairman, Paul Rodgers, and his aspirations for the charity...
He's a spring chicken!
Paul jokes that he's probably IWA's "first nonretired, non-pensioned national chair". But while youth is on his side, free time isn't quite so much. "I've basically got ...
Chris Howes explains how water resource management in East Anglia could help progress the Boston to Peterborough Wetland Corridor project.
Sitting in my narrowboat, in the middle of January, with the rain pounding on the roof and the swollen waters of the River Great Ouse rushing past, last ...
Bowman Bradley, leader of IWA’s steering group set up to examine alternative forms of propulsion, offers his vision for more sustainable boating.
The overwhelming proportion of craft currently navigating our inland waterways are propelled by fossil fuels, mainly diesel ...
Situations can escalate quickly in adverse weather. If there’s heavy rain before you set off, or once you are underway, you will need to keep a close eye on conditions and plan ahead to identify safe locations where you will be able to moor up until water levels reduce.