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Portsmouth & Arundel Canal

The Portsmouth & Arundel Canal is now derelict but in its time ran for 12.7 miles between Portsmouth and Arundel

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Facts & Stats

12.7 miles

The Portsmouth & Arundel Canal was navigable for 10.7 miles

1855

The year the canal was abandoned

3 sections

The canal was made up of three parts; two ship canals and a narrowboat canal

Waterway Notes

Sustainable boating

We want boating on canals and rivers to be more sustainable and – even though the current overall contribution to UK carbon emissions is very small – we want to help reduce emissions on the waterways.

Waterway restoration

Restoring the UK’s blue infrastructure – our inherited network of navigable canals and rivers – is good for people and places.

Waterway underfunding

Hundreds of miles of waterways – along with their unique heritage and habitats – are currently starved of funding and rely on constant lobbying by us to safeguard their future.