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Code: AU08

30% off: Was £19.95 Now £14.00

John Liley has been writing about canals for longer than most of us can remember. His ever popular Journeys of the Swan was published in 1971. John’s new book looks at the canals in Britain, and to a lesser extent France and the near-Continent, since he first discovered the Ashton Canal in 1953. There’s a wide look at various aspects of the fight to retain and restore canals, and at the official attempts to thwart that, of John’s meetings with Robert Aickman, and BW officials in the 1960s, and of his experiences as editor of Motor Boat and Yachting (which had quite a lot of canal content during his time, before Waterways World hit the newsstands in 1972). He also looks at his time sailing, and the French canals, where he currently operates an hotel boat. John’s topical observations are interesting, and sometimes wry and provoking

Code: AC98

30% off: Was £18.99 Now £13.30

The book covers finding and buying a boat, the legalities of purchase, the different features and utilities, finding a mooring, boating health and safety, the cost of boating, boat maintenance, boating etiquette and many other frequently asked questions.

Code: AU11

30% off: Was £15.95 Now £11.20

This book covers voyages around the canals in 1964/65, including a visit to Stratford upon Avon for the reopening of the Stratford Canal by HM the Queen Mother. It was first published in 1971 as a hardback, and was reissued in 1983 in softback form. This is a new edition in that the whole book has been reset, but it is exactly as written, save for a new foreword by the author.

Code: WW36
2019 Waterways World Annual with FREE route planning map Your complete guide to the waterways. Meticulously researched and updated by some of Britain's top waterways experts, this year's Annual contains comprehensive information on owning, buying and selling a boat; hire boat fleets; restoration; fitting out a narrowboat; boatyard services; moorings; surveyors & examiners. Plus the Canalmanac: the definitive guide to who does what on the inland waterways, and your free route planning map!

Code: X038
2020 IWA Large Calendar illustrated with full page scenes
One month to view with space for daily notes.

Code: IM52

30% off: Was £9.95 Now £6.45

First published in the 1950s under the editorship of EE Benest and later Konrad Nussbaum, Imrays map of the French inland waterway system has always been regarded as the essential reference for planning a visit to France by boat. It is now superseded by this completely recompiled and redrawn edition by David Edwards-May, the leading authority on World canals and waterways. The new cartography includes improved detail and presents essential information concerning distances and dimensions with a greater clarity than on previous editions. The map continues to cover the Low Countries and the western part of Germany and now also includes large scale insets of the Paris region and northeast France. The scale remains at 1:1 500 000

Code: TM120

List Price: £12.99 Now £4.95

Sixty years ago, a small band of enthusiasts gathered together to form The Inland Waterways Association. They had witnessed the decline of the canal network and closure of parts of the system and all had decided to do something about it. From those early beginnings, The Inland Waterways Association grew into a group of 17,500 members, all dedicated to restoring and using Britain’s inland waterways.

Code: LC02

30% off: Was £5.00 Now £3.50

Written and published by Lancaster Canal Trust, this guide covers the Lancaster Canal from the confluence of the Ribble Link with the River Ribble at Preston to Kendal, along with the branch to Glasson. It includes historical and tourist information as well as comprehensive cruising notes and 1:25,000 OS maps.

Code: IWA01

Was £5.00 Now £3.00

Fold out Map and information for users of the navigation.

Code: IWA02

Was £5.00 Now £3.00

Fold out Map and information for users of the navigation.

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