the online magazine for the inland waterways
Whether you are an aspiring boater, a part-time enthusiast, live aboard permanent cruiser, holiday maker, towpath user, or someone who simply lives or works beside our inland waterways, you have come to the right place.
CanalsOnline Magazine is written and published for you!
Within our constantly updated content you will always find gallons of stuff to keep you occupied, informed and entertained, with useful information to answer your questions and special features of interest to stir your imagination!
This season's cover photograph courtesy Keith Sergeant.
products & services
two separate resources… all in one place!
We've created two separate resources to make finding the lifestyle products or services you require as intuitive and effortless as possible. Browse a huge range of products and accessories for your narrowboat, wide beam, Dutch barge or cruiser. Plus those elusive and very specialist services you need to help keep your vessel in tip top condition. And don't forget, if you enjoy particularly good service from a waterways company or individual, please let us know.
a waterways guide
to every navigable canal and river in the uk
You will find every navigable canal & river in the UK listed here, each with its own detailed guide. Organised by region and waterway system for ease of use, this invaluable resource is perfect for holiday boaters and seasoned cruisers alike.
Find the nearest bank, eatery, pub, supermarket, Post Office, or any other facility you may ever need, all within easy reach of the cut and recommended for inclusion by fellow boaters.
a social group for anyone interested in our inland waterways
Why not join our Facebook group [faceboat] to share your interests and experiences, ask questions and offer advice to other members. Upload photos and comments, chat and connect with other like-minded people across the UK, and beyond.
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features & editorial
for your interest & entertainment
Read articles written by professionals and guest contributors on many aspects of waterway life. From technical information to canal capers, you're sure to find something of interest. And if you feel like taking the plunge and writing an article yourself, don't hesitate to contact us.