Inland Waterways – Page 2

  • Mothership Marine solar panels
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    Unique solar panels on show

    2022-05-03T13:30:00Z

    Crick Boat Show 2022 will see Mothership Marine showing one of its latest electric narrow boats with the company’s ‘unique’ solar panels and new water-cooled electric motor.

  • Jabsco 12V Par-Max 3
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    Midland Chandlers at Crick 2022

    2022-04-27T15:43:00Z

    The 12V/24V Dometic 45L Coolmatic fridge is one of the latest products on show at Crick Boat Show 2022 in the Midland Chandlers marquee.

  • VETUS EPOD
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    New electric drive systems

    2022-04-26T15:37:00Z

    VETUS will show some of its latest products at this year’s Crick Boat Show including its E-DRIVE systems and BOW PRO thrusters.

  • Fischer Panda - Crick
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    Hybrid power on show

    2022-04-26T14:42:00Z

    Fischer Panda UK is highlighting a continued commitment to provide customised integrated system solutions for OEMs and customers in the inland waterways sector.

  • Predator battery DC Battery Technologies
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    New batteries at Crick

    2022-04-26T14:19:00Z

    DC Battery Technologies will show its new premium brand, the Predator Series of batteries, at Crick Boat Show 2022.

  • LeeSan pump out Stone Boatyard
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    New triple pump out

    2022-04-26T13:27:00Z

    LeeSan has installed a new triple position pump out system at the historic Stone (Staffs) Boatyard, Canal Cruising Club.

  • EV Charger Aqueduct Marina
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    EV charging for Aqueduct Marina

    2022-04-26T13:00:00Z

    Aqueduct Marina has had four charging stations for electric vehicles installed at its Cheshire location.

  • District Enforcement 1
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    New moorings management solution

    2022-04-26T11:27:00Z

    District Enforcement has launched what is believed to be the UK’s first commercially available inland moorings management solution.

  • IWA says that noise impacts have been inadequately addressed in the new Bill pictured, The Bridgewater Canal
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    Noise warning over latest HS2 Bill

    2022-04-25T12:52:00Z

    The Inland Waterways Association says The High Speed Rail Bill for HS2 Phase 2b West doesn’t address noise

  • RCR's general call-outs, such as electrical, fuel and engine issues, flat batteries, over-heating and gear box failures, was up by 13% on 2020
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    River rescuers go global

    2022-04-05T12:27:00Z

    River Canal Rescue is going global and launching a sister business in Australia

  • District Enforcement’s solution provides landowners, water authorities and local authorities with a unique contractual regulation model
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    Stopping moorings abuse

    2022-02-08T12:36:00Z

    A new moorings management solution aims to help landowners tackle the problem of moorings abuse

  • One concern is still over HS2's route through Measham, which may threaten restoration of the Ashby Canal
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    HS2 threat to waterways

    2022-02-07T13:24:00Z

    IWA is continuing its campaign to save the waterways from the HS2 development

  • Hillmorton Locks were once again the busiest in England and Wales in 2021
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    Waterways popularity surge

    2022-02-07T13:00:00Z

    Hillmorton Locks were once again the busiest in England and Wales in 2021

  • TROTMAN - KUPE AND RHYTHM OF RIVER ILLEGALLY-MOORED AT MOLESEY LOCK, River Thames
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    Fine for obstructing lock

    2022-02-07T11:57:00Z

    Obstrucing a busy part of the River Thames has led to the owner of two boats being fined £800 and ordered to pay costs of almost £21,000.

  • EA officer monitoring river
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    Fines for vessel owners

    2022-02-04T09:47:00Z

    Two boaters have been ordered to pay a combined total of more than £2,600 for not registering their vessels kept on an Environment Agency waterway.

  • Limehouse Cut is London's oldest canal
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    Improving London’s waterways

    2022-02-01T11:19:00Z

    Boaters can look forward to improved access to facilities on London’s waterways

  • Promarine Finance - liveaboard
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    65% increase in business for Promarine

    2022-01-24T15:30:00Z

    Promarine Finance has seen a 65% increase in the number of liveaboard vessels in the two years since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Shardlow-Warehouse-A-photo-by-Alison-Smedley courtesy IWA
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    Heritage status for Shardlow port

    2022-01-05T15:11:00Z

    Shardlow Canal Port has been awarded Inland Heritage Port status following an application to the Maritime Heritage Trust earlier this year.

  • Camden Town, Photo courtesy Canal & River Trust
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    Short-term mooring consultation

    2021-12-21T18:13:00Z

    The Canal & River Trust is inviting boaters and local stakeholders to take part in a consultation on ways to improve the management of mooring space on central London’s canals.

  • Spencer's Revenge on its way to Redhill Marina
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    Boat businesses support veterans

    2021-12-20T17:42:00Z

    Inland waterway businesses and boats owners are helping the Forces Vets Afloat Project restore a boat so it can be used and enjoyed by British forces veterans.