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One of the most popular ways of trying out a boating holiday is by taking a special short break.

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Weekend Breaks

You can start out on a Friday afternoon around 3.00 pm and following a full demonstration of how to handle the boat and work the locks (all very straightforward) you are off on a carefree 3 night break, exploring the real countryside.  Saturday and Sunday are yours to do with as you please and the only thing you really need to remember is that these Weekend breaks finish at 9.30 am on the Monday morning, when you have to hand the boat back to the boatyard.

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Midweek Breaks

These equally popular breaks, have you cruising away from the boatyard around 3.00 pm on a Monday afternoon and the good news is that you don't have to be back until Fiday morning at 9.30 am!  This gives you a full four nights away and yet the price is usually exactly the same as for the Weekend. 

Click here to find out more about s Both type of breaks give you the chance to explore some of Britain's 2,000 miles of unspoilt, 200 hundred year old waterway system. 
You can cruise out into the idylic countryside, or visit historic Cities, discovering a whole new world around every bend.hort breaks on our Holidays throughout Britain's waterways.

Boating Holidays in Britain



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