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what is the max lenth of narrowboat i can have to do the north and south waters, to fit all locks thanks

Asked by: andy wakler  | 12.06pm, Wednesday 19 May


WW says:

Have a look at http://www.waterwaysworld.com/questionspost.cgi?post=1 . Short answer: 57ft is the absolute go-anywhere length, but you can squeeze any narrowbeam craft up to 60ft through the shortest waterways (those in Yorkshire) at a pinch.

Richard Fairhurst  | 1.58PM, Wednesday 19 May


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thanks again richard

andy wakler  | 6.02PM, Wednesday 19 May

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