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Scottish Canals introduced an assisted passage during the summer in 2012. Find out more about this scheme...
When Scottish Canals became a stand-alone organisation in July of this year, we adopted all of the previous British Waterways’ policies and committed to reviewing, within the first 18 months, their on-going fitness for purpose for Scottish Canals. In recognition of that, we are now seeking your views on the scope, practicality and criteria of the Boat Safety Scheme.
Explore the Caledonian Canal by boat. Hire a cruiser or charter a yacht for a canal holiday, take a day-trip on Loch Ness, or stay on a hotel boat or holiday barge.
Sail along the Crinan Canal, one of the most beautiful waterways in Britain, and enjoy uninterrupted views of Scotland's breathtaking and rugged natural landscape.
Sail through the Forth & Clyde Canal for a sea to sea transit between the River Clyde and the River Forth.
Sail along the Union Canal from central Edinburgh to Falkirk. Leave the city behind and head through Ratho and Linlithgow as you make for the Falkirk Wheel.
This attractive basin is at the western end of the Forth & Clyde Canal where it meets the River Clyde.
The majestic Caledonian Canal is considered by many as one of the greatest waterways of the world. Running from Fort William in the west to Inverness in the east, this 60 mile coast to coast channel passes through exciting towns and villages, spectacular lochs, and beautiful countryside.
A family run business based in Inverness for nearly 40 years. Offering a range of services for your boat, from a well-stocked chandlery, boats sales, and berthing...
Where the Caledonian Canal meets Loch Linnhe and the West Coast...