Yesterday CRT announced that from 1st May 2015 that it is extending its “new continuous cruiser” enforcement process to all boats licensed without a home mooring. It declared that it would refuse to renew the licences of the boats that have moved the least over their licence year unless they obtain a home mooring, and that boats that travel further but whose movement falls short of the movement required by Section 17 3 c ii of the British Waterways Act 1995 would only have their licences renewed for a short period and if their movement was still not considered adequate, they too would be forced to take a mooring or CRT would refuse to renew their licence. Yet CRT has not stated what it means by boats that move the least, and neither has it disclosed what distance it considers acceptable.
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Tags: ACC, AWCC, bona fide navigation, continuous cruising, CRT v Mayers, enforcement, IWA, K&A Interim 12-month Local Plan, liveaboards, moorings, NABO, NBTA, Nigel Moore, RBOA, Section 17, Waterways Act 1995
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