NABO News on line

NABO News back copies are available to read by non members. See this link for the library here The latest colour edition of NABO News is only available online to NABO members who have registered on the website. Members can log in and then open the pdf file on the Members/NABO News latest edition. That gives NABO members advance access […]

Report of NINF’s February Meeting

The National Inland Navigation Forum, NINF, met at the St Pancras Cruising Club on Saturday 10th February 2018. 8 of its member bodies were represented, together with the General Secretary, Michael Stimpson. This Forum continues to be a useful meeting point bringing together navigational bodies involved in CRT, EA and other waterways – especially important at this […]

Farewell to two good friends of NABO

Louis Jankel I am sure you will share my sadness to hear that Louis Jankel passed away on 13th December. I have only known Louis for the past three years, but soon came to realise how very passionate he was about our wonderful Thames and related waterways – not only always willing to challenge EA […]

NABO News 6 2015 Editorial

I’ve been laid up learning how to walk again since September, so I have no personal experiences of what’s been happening recently on the waterways. However, lots of correspondence from NABO members and Council members suggests that the EA should become more of a focus for our association’s attention. The recent court case seems (without […]

Editorial Feb 15

Editorial CRT has spent recent months devising a plan and putting resources in place to deal with continuous moorers – a situation it inherited from BW, which was largely supine in the face of a growing issue for many years. An update on the latest enforcement figures is included, and Mike Rodd gives the details […]