Thursday, 26 September 2013

I'm amazed there isn't a commune .....

THE ANSWER TO WHY A BOAT CAN SIT FOR AS LONG AS IT LIKES FOR 18 MONTHS ON  ONE SECTION OF K&A



There are Some river sections of K&A where riparian owners of the bank are responsible for craft which moor up against it. Boats still require a CRT license in the majority if cases.


There are some cases – Ham Basin, where the basin is just off the river, so the land that
the basin sits on, and the bank which gave the connection to the waterway are not owned by CRT, boats within the basin do not have to be licensed – but should they venture out on the waterway will immediately require a license.   Frouds Bridge marina is another such location on the eastern section of the K&A.

Marinas on the canal, where a connection is made to the waterway through our land, mean that boats within the marina require a license and this is enforced with a “Connection Agreement”  being put in place.


The EA have no responsibility on the K&A for licensing or the moving/cruising of boats.