If you had a chance to build a boat, then a second and then a third, how would you change things – Val and Graham did just that
Many of us like to go cruising with our partner, but sometimes in life that’s not always the way things turn out to be
Take a 360-degree tour of the first private boat from Ortomarine
Whether or not widebeams are your thing, this ‘planet-saver’ is one of the most technically intriguing boats CB has tested. Adam Porter investigates (pictures by Andy R Annable)
Canal Boat has something new for you in 2017 – fabulous 360-degree videos inside the boat on test
You probably won’t have heard of Ortomarine before, but the chances are you’ll be hearing more as their first private boat shows
In the second leg of their travels, Jane and Ian Ainsworth cross the border, where they find crystal clear waters, engineering marvels and beautiful countryside - as well as what a ‘loonie’ is
There is also an appeal for old photographs, maps, documents and artefacts relating to the Lowgates area of Staveley
How a ‘mongrel’ boat was transformed over the years into a comfortable, and reliable, home from home
If you’ve had a life-long boating history, how would a new husband with dry feet feel about an old love affair?
From South African newbies to experienced liveaboards, all they had to do was downsize – and learn to steer
Finding a boat in their price range seemed an impossible task and the one they found would give even a ‘doer-upper’ a bad name, but they persevered...
They’d spent years saving up for a boat but it was still a long way off... until an alternative idea came to mind
Save yourself time, money and problems later on by checking the whole hull when you hook your boat out of the water for blacking
Heating a boat can be notoriously tricky, but get the plumbing right and it’s a lot simpler
Winter is coming... so it’s time to do a few checks on your boat’s heating and think about ways to keep things warm
CB columnist and award-winning current affairs TV producer, journalist and author Steve Haywood should be in favour of blacking – but is he?
Discovering you have a hole in the hull is bad enough, but when you find the true extent of the problem is worse than expected it can turn out to be expensive
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