As more people are staying at home again this year, popular destinations are filling up fast and that means looking for alternative holiday experiences. Considering the UK is slowly opening up for travel, few things compare to a boating holiday cruising along the beautiful British rivers and canals.
In this article, we share some important boating holiday tips covering everything from what to pack, how to keep things safe and smart boat storage ideas. Holidays are supposed to be relaxing so keep this boating holiday guide close at hand to ensure everything is organised and you are ready to go.
If there’s one thing living on a house boat will teach you is to be super organised. Considering the limited space, you quickly learn what you need and how to maximize every part of the boat. There may be many boat storage tips but streamlining the interior to work for you is an ongoing process.
It’s quite obvious that living in the confined space of a houseboat is far from the comforts of a house. While there is usually boat hull storage, small cupboards in each bedroom and some boats even have a storage locker on the back, it’s still not a house. Here are some of the best storage tips to maximise the limited space on your boat.
It is that time of year again for the Bristol Harbour Festival kicks off on Friday 20 July. With so much to do and see, it is no surprise that this event is a crowd favourite. Many people will visit and moor for the weekend but the reality of houseboat living is effective boat storage.
Boats offer less space than a house or flat and with restricted storage space, what do you do with all your belongings? Whether you rent a boat for the weekend to cruise the UK waterways or making it a permanent move, you can’t take everything with you.