Monthly Archives: October 2012

EU Parliament publishes proposals to introduce boaters qualifications

The Licence they refer to is not a Waterways Licence issued by the Navigation Authority but the equivalent of a driving licence. It will be a Brussels’ version of the ICC (International Certificate of Competence) and could become compulsory for … Continue reading

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It has been noticed that there a few LARGE Cruisers that consistently travel at HIGH speed on sections of the NON Tidal Trent. This is not acceptable from a Social or Environmental viewpoint; it is uncomfortable & dangerous for small craft … Continue reading

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TBA were successful in recovering the prompt payment discount for one of our members recently. This is what TBA is for; get in touch if you have a problem you will be surprised what we can do.

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Recently there have been complaints from Boaters that Anglers have been accusing them of speeding, stating that the limit is 4 mph. Having discussed this with the Angling Trust it would appear that some Anglers who fish the Trent believe … Continue reading

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Reminder – Wear your life jacket, they save lives.

An article published on the BBC website highlights the real danger of not wearing a  life jacket. Please keep yourself and your crew safe and ensure life jackets are always worn. “A 25-year-old man has been found dead in a … Continue reading

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