Commonly asked questions.

  • Where can we moor?
    On a narrow boating holiday you are your own tour guide and you have the freedom to decide when and where you moor. You can moor up along a canal side pub for lunch or in the middle of the beautiful countryside miles from anywhere for a picnic. Read more
  • What are the basics of a narrow boating holiday?
    Narrow boats of today have all the comforts of home they have and hot and cold running water and central heating. The kitchen, or galley, is usually fully equipped with a fridge, microwave cooker and all of the crockery, cutlery and utensils you will need. Read more
  • What should we take on a Narrow Boating holiday.
    You will need to think about wet weather gear, camera, books/playing cards, bikes, fiashing rods, trainers, walking boots. Read More


If you have a question not covered, why not contact us.

  • Can I fish on a narrow boating holiday?
    You can fish off the back of the canal boat whilst it is moored on the towpath, you cannot fish whilst the boat is moving. A Rod Licence is required for all inland waters. Read more
  • What types of Narrow Boat are there?
    here are many different styles and sizes of narrow boats but they all usually fall into one of three main types, Cruiser Stern, Semi-Traditional Stern and Traditional Stern. Read More
  • Are there Narrow Boats for the disabled?
    There are companies specialising in boats adapted for the disabled. There are also specialised wide beam accessible canal boats Read More