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A choice of DVDs following a cruise along the Ashby Canal from Marston Junction.We cruise along the Ashby Canal from Marston Junction to Snarestone, then look at the restoration work towards Moira.A relaxing, lock free cruise takes us through the wonderful countryside along the Ashby Canal stopping at some of the villages and towns along the way.In the Popular DVD we'll continue on foot from the current limit of navigation at Snarestone to look at the section proposed for restoration and we'll complete our journey with a visit to the Moira Canal Festival and a look at the final section of canal which has already been restored.
Like a television programme following the highlights of the cruise, with commentary and background music.The Popular format DVD runs for 30 minutes and includes an information booklet and a fold-out map. It's available on its own or in a combined 2 DVD set with the Bowcam DVD
For a little fun we fitted a forward facing camera to our boat and, with careful editing, this shows a high speed journey along the canal.You see the forward facing view of the whole cruise and not just the highlights shown in our Popular DVD.We've added the distance markers in the top corner of the screen, and location information along the bottom so you always know where you are.The complete journey takes 30 minutes. The Bowcam format DVD is available on its own or in a combined 2 DVD set with the Popular DVD.
The best of both worlds.Many customers ask for both the Popular and Bowcam DVDs so we've put them together in one box. This includes both DVDs, the information booklet and the fold-out map.Save money buying them together, and save on postage too.
The Popular and Combined DVDs include an information booklet and a fold-out map.The Bowcam DVDs include a smaller version of the map.
The DVDs cover the route coloured red on this map.The DVDs are available in Popular, Bowcam and Combined (Popular+Bowcam) formats.Cruising Maps are also available in Acrobat (pdf) and Memory-Map (qct) formats.
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