Cruising French Waterways

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A&C Black, 1 août 2013 - 928 pages
Cruising French Waterways has rapidly become the leading descriptive guide to the astonishingly varied network of rivers and canals that penetrate almost every region of France. Winner of the Thomas Cook Guide Book Award, it is full of fascinating information on the history and commercial activities of each area, as well as the historical sites, chateaux and scenic attractions of the many villages and towns which await discovery by water.

Practical details include the maps and guides available for each area, maximum craft dimensions, bankside facilities, moorings, repair yards, shops, restaurants, fuel and water sources, waterways museums and wine regions. Beautifully illustrated, the fourth edition covers all recently restored waterways and explains newly introduced requirements for licenses and personal qualifications.

'So comprehensive, it is now the standard work on the waterways of France' Waterways
'Handsome... beautifully illustrated' Sunday Telegraph
 

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Foreword
Nord PasdeCalaisand
Paris Canals
Canal du Rhône au Rhin Strasbourg
Strasbourg Waterways
AfloatinFrance Choosing a Boat Craft Dimensions
Waterways Museums
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À propos de l'auteur (2013)

Hugh McKnight is the foremost authority on the European waterways, with more than 30 years experience of exploring the network of rivers and canals of France.

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