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The Burgundy Canal
Information about barges, cruising, boating and navigation on the Burgundy Canal in France.
What to see, how to get there, where to stay when traveling on the New York State Canal System.
Foxton Canal Museum and Inclined Plane Trust
The Museum illustrates the history of the inclined plane and the trusts plans to restore it as a working tourist attraction.
History of the Erie Canal
University of Rochester students' documentation of the history of the Erie Canal and its successor, the New York State Barge Canal, with concentration on the impact on New York and America in the nineteenth century.
The South Pennine Ring
The restoration and ecology of the South Pennine Ring canal, which consists of 68 miles of waterway, 186 locks, 20 aqueducts and 8 tunnels.
The Falkirk Wheel
The official website of the world's first and only rotating boatlift. The graphics intensive site includes awkward navigation through engineering details, location and canal links.
The Anderton Boat Lift
The official site of the Anderton Boat lift, the world's first and the UK's only working boat lift.
River Thames Guide
The many attractions of the River Thames including cruises, boating, restaurants, hotels, museums, theatres, galleries even properties and more, interestingly and helpfully reviewed.
Next Generation Boat Project
The graphics-intensive site of a non-profit organisation operating boating trips on the Leeds & Liverpool Canal for children and young adults.
Erie Canal- The Building of the Great Western Canal
The Erie Canal became the superhighway of transportation in the 1800s and opened up the Upper Midwest of the United States to farming and migration.
Manchester, Bolton and Bury Canal
The canal links Bolton and Bury to Salford in the UK and was built as a cheap form of transport for the goods being produced there.
Producers topical videos with more than thirty canal and inland waterway titles available on PAL (UK video), NTSC (USA video) and on DVD.
Parks Canada's official presence for this National Historic Site, a chain of beautiful lakes, rivers and canals winding 202 km from Kingston, at the head of Lake Ontario, to Ottawa, Canada's capital city.
Parks Canada's National Historic Site, the Carillon Canal allows users to bypass the Long-Sault rapids on the Ottawa River. Built in 1833 for the military, it soon became used for commerce.
Offering some information on the history and heritage of this river. The site includes descriptions and pictures of some attractions and facilities along the river.
Now a Parks Canada National Historic Site, this canal opened in 1843 to allow uninterrupted navigation between Lake Champlain and the Chambly Basin. Popular today with pleasure boaters.
Severn Boating Page
Motor boating on the River Severn, River Avon and Sharpness canal, England.
Narrow Boating on the UK Inland Waterways
Informative, yet humourous, with canal history, glossary, information for boaters and useful links about art, history and business on the canals.
Jim Shead's Waterways Information
Information on UK navigable rivers and canals, including tables of locks and distances, map, history, tunnels, aqueducts, bibliography, articles, photographs, and glossary.
New York State Canal System
Information on the Erie, Champlain, Oswego and Cayuga-Seneca canal system, towns along the canals, things to do, things to see, boat operators, and other information.
Aquafest 2002 - North West Canal Happenings!
Information on events and festivals from Liverpool to Huddersfield and on cruising the newly opened canals in England's North West in 2002.
Shannon Erne Waterway Ireland
Information on boating and cruising on the 750 kilometre long Shannon River and Upper and Lower Lough Erne in Ireland and Northern Ireland. Includes boat hire, watersport and accommodation information.
UK Canal Vacations
Information including touring guide, self drive rental barges, skippered barging, canal routes plus heritage, culture, and folk art.
Worldwide Water Web
Information for boaters on the inland waterways of the world.
Lancaster Canal History and Information
Including information on the towns, villages, boatyards, boating, pubs and facilities nearby.
Mike Stevens' UK INland Waterways Pages
Illustrated guide to London Canals. Maps of UK waterways history. Reports of narrowboat and sailing barge voyages. Waterways humour. Cats afloat.
History, boating information, maps, photos and business services available to travelers and shoppers on this canal in upstate New York, USA.
Cruising America's Waterways
Guide to destinations for independent boaters with descriptions of 20 multi-day cruises on America's rivers, canals, and waterways.
Up The Canal - boating along the Thames
Ever wondered what messing about on a river is really like for a holiday? Here's the story of eight intrepid adventurers boating along the Thames.
Standedge Tunnel Visitor Centre
Details and visitor information about the highest, longest, deepest canal tunnel in Britain.
Describing the restoration of this canal which runs from the River Trent to Grantham in the UK.
Dedicated to those who work, rest and play on the waterways of the UK. Includes anything to do with canals. Home of the UK Canals web-ring and discussion group.
Dedicated to the canals of the South Pennines, UK/ Huddersfield, Ashton, Rochdale and Peak Forest Canals. Features restoration of Huddersfield Canal and virtual cruises.
Comprehensive guide and leisure directory for British canals, cruising guides and background about culture, tradition, heritage, engineering, and folk art plus links to leisure companies.
Britain's historic canals and waterways including holidays afloat, canal related books and magazines, events, stoppages and general information
The Montgomery Canal
Bringing together up to date items of news and interest concerning the Montgomery Canal in the UK.
Up The Cut
Birmingham and Black Country canals past and present with digital photographs,postcards,wildlife and places of interest
Canal Boating in the UK and Europe
An introduction for those unfamiliar with the pleasures of canal and waterway cruising, as well as a resource for experienced boaters.
The Driffield Navigation
A website dedicated to the Driffield Navigation its history and future. Includes a virtual cruise up the River Hull, with a picture gallery of past and present views.
Houseboats and Liveaboard Cruising UK
A wealth of information about houseboats and liveaboard cruising. Features, articles, want ads, boats for sale and discussion forum.
Falkirk Wheel & Millennium Link
A tourist guide to the Forth & Clyde and Union canals and the Falkirk Wheel boatlift in central Scotland
Rideau Canal Waterway
A portal to the sights, activities and businesses along this canal and waterway between Kingston and Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Site includes virtual tours, business directory, boating information and FAQs.
Sault Ste. Marie Canal
A Parks Canada National Historic Site, this canal was opened in 1895 to bypass rapids between lakes Huron and Superior, thus completing an all-Canadian route from the head of Lake Superior to the Atlantic Ocean.
A Parks Canada National Historic Site, this canal opened in 1825 as the doorway to waterways linking the Atlantic to the heart of North America. Replaced in 1970, it is being re-opening in 2002 for pleasure boating.
St. Peters Canal
A Parks Canada National Historic Site, this canal links the Atlantic Ocean with Bras d'Or Lake. Started in 1854, the canal was completed in 1869 and has the only functioning lock system in Nova Scotia.
A Parks Canada National Historic Site, the Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue Canal opened in 1843 to join lac Saint-Louis and lac des Deux-Montagnes, at the mouth of the Ottawa River. Today, pleasure boating has replaced commercial boating.
A National Historic Site of Canada, this canal was opened in 1849 and allows watercraft to link Lake Champlain with the Saint Lawrence River. Today, pleasure boating has replaced commercial boating.
Cruising the Canals and Rivers of Europe
A monthly newsletter with articles and information on traveling the waterways of 14 countries of Europe.
Steering South on Erie Canal
A couple depart Toronto and take you with them for a voyage along the Erie Canal to the Hudson River and Bew York City. Photographs and detailed navigation illustrations along with the narrative.
Trent Severn Waterway OnLine Cruising Guide
A comprehensive guide to this waterway linking Lake Ontario with Georgian Bay in Ontario, Canada. The site includes maps, instructions, regulations, pictures and sailing directions.
Dudley Canal Trust
A brief history of Dudley Tunnel and famous limestone mines. Information for boaters requiring passage through the 2888m long tunnel,and information on boattrips into the limestone mines under Dudley