This is an article in the waterways world magazine after we attended the Inland Waterways Association festival last summer. You may have already read that we won the award for the best commercially built boat 2013. This article tells you a bit more about us. Please note that this article is not sponsored and is… Read more »
Well back to it after the Christmas festivities; hope you all had a good one We have spent half of Christmas on the boat and half with family. The wind was pretty rough at times, so bad it claimed our satellite dish one night. We managed to recover the dish from the water but minus… Read more »
Some more of our routes next year. From the end of April we stay on the Grand Union Canal and we leave Berkhamsted where hopefully people will have had a chance to visit and view the Castle, Totem pole and the Court House being just a sample of its heritage. We head up to Stoke… Read more »
Take a look at our routes for next year. Here is a taster which start on 7th April from Norton Junction, near Long Buckby in Northants. This is a 5 night trip to Linslade, taking us down the Buckby flight of locks and some glorious scenery. We have an early start one morning to go… Read more »
Since our last blog which was written whilst moored at Linslade, we spent some time updating some information for the boat and had discussions with Janine who has now become our marketing supremo. We were pleased to see a double page spread in Waterways World magazine, written by Rupert Smedley after we won the… Read more »
We’re pleased to announce that we have be accredited with the highest possible rating from the Food Hygiene Standards Agency.
Since updating the blog we came back down the Kennet and Avon to Reading and moored overnight at the Thames and Kennet Marina, our favourite on the Thames. Hi to Lee, Ceil and the rest. We were joined by a guest who travelled down the Thames with us just as the weather started to change…. Read more »
More images of the beautiful Kennet & Avon Canal.
Off the Thames at Reading and up the Kennet and Avon. The surroundings change drastically. After negotiating the traffic lights in Reading we are soon in dense countryside. And I mean dense, with branches meeting the water from both sides. Along this stretch you can see some beautiful scenery with original turf sided locks and… Read more »
We have just finished a trip with Nigel and his 3 children ending in Reading. Nigel is considering buying a boat to live aboard so was asking a lot of questions. They enjoyed lots of bike rides at the end of each day. We had already decided to explore the Kennet & Avon for a… Read more »