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Please Note: the EuroCanals Guides are cruising guides, not navigational charts. They are intended to be used for planning a cruise: they show where you can go and why you might want to go there, with data tables of distances and restrictive dimensions along each waterway. The guides can be used to calculate daily travel estimates. Sources for printed and digital waterway navigation charts are included in the guides.

Waterways of France
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An overall guide to all 90 navigable waterways in France. Regional maps, with tables of significant dimensions, show the waterways and how they interconnect. The important cruising features of each canal/river are described.

Tables and maps suggest the best routes for traveling across France, such as Calais to Paris and English Channel to the Mediterranean.

Included are chapters covering the history and design of the canals, planning a cruise in France and a directory of hire-boat bases, with locations shown on the maps. Many large-format photos display the features along the waterways.

WATERWAYS OF FRANCE

Netherlands to Burgundy