Here are a list of some of the various companies associated with the inland waterways:-
The Affordable Boat Company. Quality narrowboat and widebeam shells at affordable prices.
Stand out from the crowd with beautiful, bespoke handcrafted and traditionally hand signwritten signage for your business and gifts for the home and garden.
At Buy Rope we offer a wide range of top quality commercial and domestic rope for sale, as well as specific products for outdoor, indoor and recreational use. Use code `amnarrowboats10` at checkout for an extra 10% off.
Passenger Lift Services provide a range of wheelchair access utilising lifts and ramps mated to a 'bulk head' and designed specifically for your bespoke installation.
Robert Naghi - Traditional boatpainter and Signwriter.
Suppliers of Marine and Mobile heating and power equipment.
We are the UK leader when it comes to inland boat finance and we have finance options to suit all pockets and boat types; whether you want to finance a £5,000 river cruiser or a luxury £100k narrowboat, we can help you.
The Marine Division offers some of the most powerful brands in the marketplace, whether you are a leisure boater or a commercial operator, we have a range of high quality marine engines, boats, parts and accessories to suit all requirements.
VETUS occupies a unique opposition in the marine leisure business, particularly as the company develops and sells only its own branded items. We use Vetus engines in some of our boats.
Wilson Hall Ltd is a Nottingham based Plumbers Merchant specializing in the extensive Plasson range of water fittings and MDPE pipe. Plasson joining systems are regarded as the highest quality, most dependable compression fittings worldwide with 44 million top-quality fittings produced annually.
The Boat Safety Scheme promotes safety on the inland waterways in respect of boats, their installations and components.
An encyclopedia of the canals and rivers of England and Wales, including historical data, provided by Jim Shead, Waterways Writer and Photographer.
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