HE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BOAT OWNERS
NABO News Ch'man's Col
NABO News Editorials
Other Live Issues
NABO News Back Issues
NABO News Index
Canal & River Trust
EA and others
BW (prior to mid 2012)
Boat Safety Scheme
Council Agendas and Minutes
Terms and Conditions
Types of Membership
PayPal payment page
You are here:
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Welcome to the NABO website
... Listening to boat owners
.... Speaking out for boat owners
.... Representing boat owners
Residential Boat Owners Association
RBOA represents and promotes the interests of people living on boats in the British Isles.
The Boat Association
TBA promotes co-operation and comradeship between all river users and all associated waterways.
DBA - The Barge Association
Assoc of Waterways Cruising Clubs
The Association of Waterways Cruising Clubs represents the interests of 6,000 inland waterways boat owners, through the membership of over 100 cruising clubs.
The Inland Waterways Association
The IWA campaigns for the use, maintenance and restoration of Britain's inland waterways
Boaters Christian Fellowship
The Boaters Christian Fellowship, better known as the BCF, is a group of Christians who appreciate the inland waterways. BCF was formed in 1995 and now has more than 650 members, with more than 300 privately owned boats, although owning a boat is not a condition of membership. We have members who hire, some who live near a canal, some who crew on other members boats, and some who even live abroad,. We are from all denominations and we only ask that members support our aims.
National Community Boats Association
The NCBA represents community boating organisations which provide access to and services on the UK's waterways for the benefit of their local community.
Association of Continous Cruisers
The Association of Continuous Cruisers is a newly-formed independent organisation, officially launching on the 27th September 2013. As well as providing support and advice to its members, the Association intends to advocate for the interests of all its members. One of the core tenets of the Association of Continuous Cruisers’ mission is to represent the interests of its members and ensure that the Canal & River Trust hear their voices, by building a positive working relationship with the Trust in perpetuity.
CRT review of boat licensing
NINF AGM 2017
In the Chair April 2017
NABO News April 2017 Editorial
New NABO News on line
River Thames boat registration enforcement in marinas
NINF AGM and meeting, February 2017
NABO News 2017
‘Peer-to-peer’ boat rentals
Farewell to two good friends of NABO
In the Chair February 2017
Editorial February 2017
River Thames and connecting waterways: cruising guide
Editorial December 2016
Am I missing something?