Member of the National Community Boats Association
The maximum number of passengers that can be carried is twelve. Where applicable
this includes carers or youth leaders. No exceptions
Because of space limitations
the maximum number of wheelchairs that can be carried is four. Electric wheelchairs,
because of their weight, cannot be taken on board. Electric wheelchair users should
transfer to a normal wheelchair. The maximum wheelchair width is 28 inches.
It is advisable that all non-swimmers under the age of sixteen should wear life jackets.
These are carried on board and supplied for your trip
Although we attempt to follow
the route requested, operational difficulties may dictate that an alternative will
have to be accepted
Smoking is not allowed inside the boat. If you must smoke, the
foredeck should be used
Time of return is approximate and is dependent on other canal
Any person wilfully damaging any part of the boat will be put ashore by the
skipper and charged for any repairs
You are reminded that some parts of canals can
be dangerous, particularly on the side of locks, especially when someone is behaving
No offensive weapons may be brought onto the boat
The skipper is in overall
charge of the boat at all times and his/her instructions, particularly in respect
of safety, must be observed. The hirer is responsible for the passengers.
facilities, a coolbox, china and cutlery are available on board and may be used by
hirers. You should bring drinks, tea, coffee etc plus tea towels and hand towels
Please observe these notes and have a safe and enjoyable trip.