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The Boating Association was set up 70 years ago to promote co-operation and comradeship between all river users and all associated waterways, to ensure the extension, development and improvement of these waterways and of their facilities and amenities so as to make the waterways safer and more pleasant. The Boating Association represents the collective individual interests of all Members in all matters relating to boating and the use of the waterways.
- BSS Examination COVID-19 Suspension Lifted May 17, 2020
- Latest CRT Coronavirus Update: 7/5/2020 May 7, 2020
- How To Access The Latest CRT Restrictions, Help & Advice April 22, 2020
- CRT Coronavirus Update: 9/4/2020 April 10, 2020
- Latest Incidents And Accidents Report Is Now Available April 3, 2020
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As Part of an update from the Inland Waterways Association (IWA): The Government has confirmed in its Spring budget that they will remove “the entitlement to use red diesel except for agriculture, fish farming, rail and non-commercial heating” from April … Continue reading
There has been a temporary suspension of Boat Safety Scheme examinationsFollowing the Prime Minister’s announcement on the 23rd of March 2020 regarding the UK’s response to the coronavirus crisis, the joint owners of the Boat Safety Scheme (BSS) are allowing … Continue reading
Passage through Cromwell lock will be limited to essential movement to reach facilities or relocate, and will only be available on a booked basis. – This is effective on the: – River Trent Location: Cromwell Lock Startting At: Lock 15, … Continue reading
CO Safety Check Quiz The link above directs readers to a PDF of the Carbon Monoxide safety quiz. The Boating Association would love to know if you were able to achieve 100% in this quiz (no boxes being ticked) by … Continue reading
Future-Propulsion-for-Inland-Waterways The link above directs readers to a PDF paper published by the Inland Waterways Association in which they theorise about potential greener propulsion methods for boats in the future. This is not a technical paper and is laid out … Continue reading