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HOLIDAY BOAT SPRING OFFER 2024

HOLIDAY BOAT SPRING OFFER 2024

We have a Spring Offer of 10% discount off of all our Holiday Boats for short breaks, weekends and weekly holidays taken between Monday 8th April and Thursday 2nd May 2024.

What Do You Do In The Winter?

What Do You Do In The Winter?

Having been open seven days a week from Easter until the end of October, it would be lovely to think that we down tools, put the kettle on and put our feet up until Spring, but sadly there isn’t time. After we have put the kettle on and had a cuppa or two, we find our pencil and paper and start our work lists.

We will be posting special offers soon!

We will be posting special offers soon!

This is the new location on our brand new website where we will be adding special offers and discounts from time to time. In the meantime please give us a call if we can help in any way.

Canal boat, Narrowboat, Riverboat or Barge?

Barge, riverboat, canal boat or narrowboat? Well, they are all generally long and found on rivers and canals, so what’s the difference? According to the internet a barge is a flat-bottomed boat for carrying freight on canals and rivers, either under its own power or towed by another. A barge without its own propulsion which […]

Heading off from Farncombe

The River Wey & Godalming Navigations runs from Godalming to Weybridge, just below Shepperton Lock, where the navigation meets the River Thames. The Wey Valley offers a rich source of interest and natural beauty, the meandering waterway follows the yellow fields on the North Downs and passes under the dappled shade of willow trees. These […]

The River Wey

The River Wey is a canalised river that runs from Godalming in Surrey to the Thames Lock at Weybridge. It has a rich history, dating back to 1653, when it was opened as the main transport route from Surrey to London. For over 300 years, it carried goods and passengers to and from the capital, […]

River or Canal?

What’s the difference and does it really matter what you call it? We understand the confusion, we also understand why people get it wrong but its no big deal, every day is a school day as the saying goes, so what is the difference? Rivers exist where water flows naturally and typically flow until discharging […]