The Easing Of Lockdown Measures And What That Means For Boaters

The Government has today announced measures to
continue the easing of lockdown. Importantly, this means that from Saturday
4 July all boaters in England will be able to stay overnight on their boats.

While longer journeys are now possible, and navigations are open in
full, please bear in mind that booking for some passages and services will
be required. Anything that is likely to affect your boating will be listed
on the CRT website: https://bit.ly/3etLEDd

In Wales, you can go out on your boat if you can do it locally. This
generally means not travelling further than five miles to where your boat is
moored. There should be no overnight stays on boats, no landing in any place
beyond the immediate local area and a return to the point of departure. The
restrictions on staying local could be lifted on Monday 6 July, if
conditions allow, and we will update further when this is confirmed.

Stay Safe, and Happy Boating.

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