Stop when and where you like at a marina or in the open countryside. You can go for a walk or a bicycle ride, visit a church or a chateau, go for a swim or try your hand at fishing. At the base we will tell you how to get a fishing permit and what you might catch.
There are plenty of moorings all along the waterways which are usually free of charge, except in some popular tourist centres, where a fee may be payable. The mooring spikes on board give you total freedom.
Germany: Overnight mooring on canals is not permitted. You may drop anchor in a lake or moor in a marina at your own expense.
Italy: Private moorings are available for Venice for customers cruising to or from Casale, for which a compulsory supplement will be charged. This is payable at the time of booking.
Canada: You are only allowed to moor in private marinas town/village marinas and Parks Canada moorings, situated at lock stations which all provide overnight moorings for a fee. A mandatory fee will charged and covers overnight moorings at all Parks Canada sites as well as the town/village marinas of Portland, Seeley’s Bay, Perth and Westport at a reduced rate than the fee charged locally at each site. This is payable at the time of booking.
Scotland: There is a charge for using the facilities and moorings along the Caledonian Canal. This is payable at the time of booking.