Canal Boat and Inland Waterways Reviews
Newest Review: ... regular contributors well, as each one has a picture and a mini-biography just inside the front cover. In the issue I most ... more
Customer Canal Boat and Inland Waterways Reviews (2)
by - written on 10/05/09 (Very useful, 87 readings)
There are two principal magazines for canal lovers - Canal Boat and Waterways World. I subscribe to the latter, because I came across it first and liked it, but I enjoy reading Canal Boat whenever I can see a copy. It's on slightly larger paper, but the paper feels slightly less glossy and a bit thinner. Overall, in pages and price, it's very much on a par. A nice feature is that you get to know the regular contributors well, as each one has a picture and a mini-biography just inside the front cover. In the issue I most recently read, they were: Adam Porter - boat tester David Oakes - photographer Hugh McKnight ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/07/00, updated on 19/07/00 (Very useful, 359 readings)
I was tempted to buy the August issue of Canal Boat and Inland Waterways this week as there is a feature about the Crick Boat show, at which my partner and I spent 2 extrememly wet days at the end of May. I first read the Crick article and was delighted to see the photographs and their very complimentary section about the “Samuel Charles”, the narrow boat which my friend (Koduk here at dooyoo) designed and built a large proportion of. (see page 31). We are really pleased to see that under next month’s issue, on sale on Friday 11 August, it says “On Test, Samuel Charles, a striking full-length narrowboat from Fernwood Craft, with ... Read the complete review
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