Caledonian Canal

The Caledonian Canal runs from Corpach (just north of Fort William) on the west coast of Scotland, through the Great Glen, to Inverness on the east coast.  It comprises a series of canals built to link lochs Ness, Oich, Lochy and Linhe. The Canal is 60 miles (96.6 km) long and has 29 locks.

The maximum size of boat that can navigate throughout the Caledonian Canal is
length: 150' (45.7 metres)
beam: 35' (10.6 metres)
height: 89' 8" (27.3 metres)
draught: 13' 6" (4.1 metres)



Navigation Authority

Scottish Canals
Seaport Marina, Muirtown Wharf, Inverness, IV3 5LE
T: 01463 725500
Scottish Canals website

See also:

Waterways A-Z
Map of UK Waterways

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