Monthly Archives: August 2014

Canal du Nivernais; Baye to Decize and on to Digoin.

We woke up to a clear sunny morning on the summit of the Nivernais at Baye and after a Sunday breakfast of soft boiled eggs and toast and freshly brewed coffee I ventured along to the restaurant cum shop with … Continue reading

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Canal du Nivernais – Auxerre to Baye.

  Hugh McKnight in his book ‘Cruising French Waterways’ says of the Canal du Nivernais; “One of the loveliest canals in the whole of France, the waterway climbs to a watershed between the Loire and the Yonne, passing through a … Continue reading

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Attending to Practical Matters

Winter Moorings. We chose to come to Auxerre sooner rather than later in the year in the interests of deciding on a suitable winter mooring. If the decision is left too late in the year then there is a significant … Continue reading

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