Once again it’s the late spring Bank Holiday and time for the Crick Boat Show. All this came in one car and we’ve spent the day setting up our stand.
We’re looking forward to meeting lots of lovely people during the show. Please try to avoid the busy middle part of Saturday or Sunday if you’d like a long technical discussion about something. And, if you’d like an upgrade or update for your maps then please remember to bring details of your previous purchase(s).
Our corner stand is on the middle isle of the main marquee. I hope we’ll we see you there.
These three maps are now available as a set of three Maps saving 25% on the cost of purchasing them individually. They are available in both Acrobat (pdf) and Memory-Map (qct) Formats, as all my maps are.
These three DVDs are now available as a set of three DVDs saving 15% on the cost of purchasing them individually. They are available in the same Popular, Bowcam and Combined formats, as the rest of my DVDs are.
If you purchase a set of three Maps and a set of three DVDs at the same time there’s an extra 10% discount, as well as the 25% and 15% discounts described here so that makes them even better value.
The River Great Ouse and Tributaries DVDs are available in our usual three formats:-
Popular – like a television programme showing the highlights of the canal
Bowcam – a forward facing camera, speeded up for a little fun, showing the whole canal
Combined – both Popular and Bowcam in one box for the best of both worlds, saving money and postage.
Joining the River Great Ouse through Salters Lode Lock on the Middle Level Navigations we’ll show the tidal crossing to Denver Lock, then follow the river upstream to the limit of navigation at Bedford.
We’ll visit each of the connected navigable waterways including the Relief Channel and the Rivers Wissey, Little Ouse and Lark. We’ll cruise along the Cam into Cambridge, visiting Burwell, Reach and Wicken Lodes along the way.
We’ll also see the Great Ouse bore as we show the alternative tidal route along the New Bedford River.
The Popular and Combined DVDs each include an information booklet and a fold-out map.