CARBON MONOXIDE SAFETY QUIZ: Make Sure You Know How To Stay Safe

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 commenting below how you did.

If you require a free copy of  the Carbon Monoxide Safety On Boats booklet please
make your request to The Boating Association.

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Greener Propulsion For Boats: Have Your Say

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 with clear headings and subheadings for ease of reading. The Boating Association are just wanting to get you thinking. If anyone has ideas regarding greener propulsion for steel or fibreglass crafts please feel free to let us know by commenting on this post, so we can see that it is passed on.

Alternatively, if you prefer to voice your opinion privately feel free to email it to your chairmen at chairman@theboatingassociation.co.uk

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Boston Lockkeepers: New Phone Number

Boston lock CRT have provided their lockkeepers with a new phone number, which is the following: 07387050967

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CRT Council Private Boating Representatives voting

Some members of the council are due for renewal in 2020. Importantly to The Boating Association members this includes 4 private boating representative posts. Nominations for these posts has closed and there are 34 hopeful candidates.

The timetable for voting commences on 20th January and closes on 14th February. If you are a boat licence holder YOU are eligible to vote and will receive an email from CRT with a unique pin number and access details to the voting portal. Voting is only on-line and via this portal.

Eligible voters will each have a single transferable vote, this means you place your choices in your order of choice i.e. first choice number 1, second choice number 2 etc.

It is not compulsory to vote for all candidates, what is important is that we all vote for your Chairman, Jon Skinner.

Historically river and river estuary users have been overlooked by CRT, in fact it has been said that CRT think they only have canals.
To ensure we have representation and a voice please do not waste your vote but ensure you vote for Jon.

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