You’ll need to book in advance to travel through certain tunnels, locks, other structures and stretches of water on the Canal and River Trust network. This includes booking passage through Boston Lock for access to The Haven and The Wash. Here is a link to their information and booking pages.
This is a link to part of the Port of Boston’s website which contains pertinent information for all who use The Haven and The Wash. There is also a list of scheduled works which may affect navigation (scroll down for the most recent), plus the annual Notice to Mariners. PORT of BOSTON – Notice to…
This is one of a series of ‘how to’ videos published by the RYA and RNLI. It is a good reminder to us all of how to stay safe on the water. The short series of videos will also cover topics such as electronic navigation, rules of the road, the shipping forecast and best practice…
Here is an advisory video about returning to boating post Coronavirus lockdown.
The first boats passed through the new Boston Barrier flood defence today, June 1st 2020, in what marks a major milestone for the project. It is now possible for boats to safely navigate through the Environment Agency’s £100m tidal flood defence, with the barrier gate resting flush on the bed of the River Haven. It…
A late October Sunday morning saw many boaters gather for what has become an annual social event as well as an advice session on winter mooring techniques. The sun shone on this unusually warm day, and all enjoyed the chat, the chance to catch up with others, and the BBQ brunch.
This view of the Marina ( on the right hand side) was taken as a group of our boats waited in the glorious sunshine for the lock to open, and a day in The Wash to begin. And here is one of the boats showing a good turn of speed in The Wash.
The pontoons are now nearly all renovated, and look and feel very solid.
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