In today's world, environmental responsibility is not just a buzzword; it's a necessity. As a responsible and forward-thinking business, we understand the importance of minimizing our environmental footprint and contributing to a greener future. In this blog post, we are proud to share our environmental stance and the steps we have taken to integrate sustainability into our operations.
In the UK, boats are subject to various regulations that outline marking and identification requirements. These requirements help ensure safety, compliance, and effective maritime management. Some of the key marking and carving requirements for boats in the UK include:
Choosing the right size for your boat's name can be a bit of a balancing act. On the one hand, you want the name to be large enough to be visible and legible from a distance, but on the other hand, you don't want it to be so large that it overpowers the rest of the boat's design.
Boat names and registration numbers are an important part of boating in the EU and UK. In this blog post, we will cover the legal requirements for boat names and numbers, as well as some tips for choosing a boat name that meets these requirements.
A short blog post on the history of canal boat numbers
The British Waterways was a public corporation responsible for managing many of the UK's canals and waterways until it was replaced by the Canal and River Trust in 2012. The British Waterways was created in 1963 as a result of the Transport Act, which nationalized the inland waterways of England and Wales. Prior to the creation of the British Waterways, the canals and waterways were owned and operated by a number of private companies.