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Our waterway cruises England

The delights of waterway cruising in a very British spirit.…

Depart from our water­way base in Stone and you’ll be able to embrace all the charm and attrac­tions of water­way tourism. Take things at a slow pace as you trav­el through the land­scapes of Eng­land. Nav­i­gate along the riv­er Weaver or take the Trent and Mersey Canal, and fall in love with the vil­lages on your route, moor­ing up when­ev­er you choose. Les Canalous will sup­port you, first­ly in choos­ing your house­boat and sec­ond­ly in train­ing you to han­dle this licence-free boat. Whether you’re boat­ing with fam­i­ly or friends, your whole crew will real­ly enjoy the oppor­tu­ni­ty to trav­el through locks, one of the most mem­o­rable things about water­way tourism. You’ll be spoilt for choice in Eng­land, since you can embark on a cruise of sev­er­al days or even weeks, cross­ing the 4 neigh­bour­ing coun­ties, unless you’re look­ing for just a short week­end away.

A houseboat in England to immerse yourself in a rich culture

Fish­ing enthu­si­asts will delight in the oppor­tu­ni­ty to indulge in their pas­sions, moor­ing close to ponds and lakes, while off-road cycling or hik­ing fans will love the count­less trails designed for them. You can also make your water­way cruise a voy­age of dis­cov­ery into Eng­lish cul­ture and his­to­ry, head­ing to the birth­place of the most famous British author, Strat­ford Upon Avon or by strolling around the streets of Man­ches­ter. If you have the chance, you should also take in the Ander­ton boat lift. It’s the old­est struc­ture of its kind in the world, hav­ing been inau­gu­rat­ed in 1875. Designed to replace a series of locks, it allows you to nav­i­gate a change in height of 16 metres and is sure to be one of the high­lights of your water­way cruise in England.

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