Corporate members

IWI’s campaigning work is conducted on behalf of its members, and particularly its corporate members, who are identified below. Scroll down the page to see brief profiles and links to the web sites of other organisations involved in managing and promoting canals and waterways. Members are grouped by category: [1] waterway authorities – [2] waterway operators (transport or tourism) – [3] regional/local authority partners – [4] associations, societies, trusts, foundations – [5] publishers, media, consultants, industry.

1. Waterway authorities

Logo Canal & River Trust
Canal & River Trust
(UK)

Parks Canada
Parks Canada
(Canada)


Waterways Ireland
(Ireland/UK)

Göta Canal Company
(Sweden)

Scottish Canals
(UK)

National Inland Waterways
Authority (Nigeria)

PWMC Vode Vojvodine
(Serbia)
Dalslands Kanal logo
Dalslands Kanal AB
(Sweden)
vnf-logo-red
Voies Navigables de France (France)

2. Waterway operators (transport, tourism and boatbuilding industry)

RCL logoThe River Cruise Line (UK) NautiV
NautiV (Flemish Nautical Industries) (Belgium)

Braunston Marina
(UK)
Linssen Boating Holidays
Linssen Boating Holidays
(Netherlands)
logo-aquitaine-navigation-redAquitaine Navigation (France) Come and experience the Venice LagoonLagunalonga
(Italy)
logo-wetterwille-redJachthaven Wetterwille
(Netherlands)
logo-tingdeneTingdene Marinas Ltd
(UK)
OntarioCruisesLogo
Ontario Waterway Cruises (Canada)
Linssen Yachts
Linssen Yachts
(Netherlands)
logo-aqua-libra-redAqua Libra Yachtcharter
(Belgium)
logo-castelmoron-nautic-redCastelmoron Nautic
(France)
LeBoat logoLeBoat
(UK)

3. Regional/local authority partners


Yangzhou World Canal
Cities Expo (China)

Navigli Lombardi
(Italy)

Canaux de Bretagne
(France)
Entente Vallée du Lot
Entente Vallée du Lot
(France)
Visit Syracuse
Visit Syracuse (USA)
logo-visitbydgoszcz_140
City of Bydgoszcz
(Poland)

4. Associations, societies, trusts, foundations


Czech Waterways Assn.
(Czechia)

Canadian Canal Society
(Canada)


Inland Waterways
Association (UK)

Canal Society of New York State (USA)

Saale-Elster Kanal
Förderverein (Germany)
logo-ndwNetzwerk Deutsche
Wasserwege (Germany)
DBA
The Barge Association
(based UK)

Unser Finowkanal
(Germany)

Monmouthshire, Brecon &
Abergavenny Canals (UK)

Musée et Jardins du Canal du Midi
Saint-Ferréol (France)

Cotswold Canals Trust
(UK)

Inland Waterways Assn.
of Ireland (Ireland – UK)

Flemish Recreational
Boating Federation (Belgium)

Assn. of Swedish &
Norwegian Canals (Sweden-Norway)
logoadrAlliance des Rhodaniens (France) logo-civilta-215-109Centro Internazionale Civiltà dell’Acqua (Italy)
logo-c-and-o-redChesapeake & Ohio Canal Association (USA) logo-scottish-waterways-trust-redScottish Waterways Trust
(UK)
logo-acs-redAustralian Canal Society (Australia) logo-wact-redWey & Arun Canal Trust (UK)
PrintDelaware Canal 21
(USA)
Danube Propeller logoDanube Propeller
(Serbia)

5. Publishers, media, consultants, industry

Logo Editions du Breil
Editions du Breil
waterway guides (France)
logoPanorama
Panorama International Productions
(Australia)

French-Waterways.com
(UK – France)

Transmanche Consultants
& Publications (France)

The Rivers
Organization (USA)
logo-mcmullan
McMullan & Associates
(USA)
The Canals Group
The Canals Group
(Canada)
Logo Lach
Lach Communication Group
(Germany)

Aquamatix Ltd
(UK)
AMX-Logo-RGB
AMX Solutions Ltd
(UK)
logo-biomatrixBiomatrix Water
(UK)
Logo Messe Düsseldorf
Messe Düsseldorf
(Germany)

Other sites and links

  • European Boating Association: EU campaigning and lobbying on behalf of all boatowners and the marine industry. Site maintained and regularly updated by EBA officers.
  • National Waterways Conference: The National Waterways Conference was founded to ensure adequate waterways investment in the USA and to encourage a sensible approach to user taxes and fees.
  • Waterways Council: The USA body, chaired by Tim Parker, advocates development of the nation’s waterway infrastructure (‘Keep America Moving’), providing family-wage jobs, supporting exports, and protecting the environment. The waterways relieve traffic congestion, are the most energy-efficient mode of surface transportation, and are vital to the nation’s agriculture, manufacturing and energy sectors.
  • American Canal Society: Dedicated to Historic Canal Research, Preservation, Restoration, and Parks. The society was formed in 1972 to promote the wise use of America’s many historic canal resources.
  • New York State Canal System: Site invites visitors to the historic Erie Canal (formerly Barge Canal) system, to “cruise the past, unlock the adventure”. A unique, operating heritage waterway in USA.
  • The Trent-Severn Waterway: A photo and cruising guide for the beautiful Trent-Severn Waterway, in Ontario, Canada. Part of North America’s ‘Great Loop’ circle route, this 240-mile long chain of lakes and rivers are connected through a series of canals locks, including the 2 tallest lift locks in the world.
  • Canal Society of New Jersey: A non-profit organization formed in 1969 to preserve, restore and promote the history of the New Jersey’s canals, especially the exceptional Morris Canal with its preserved locks and inclined planes.
  • Lachine canal : Located in Montreal, the Lachine Canal runs 14.5 kilometres from the Old Port to Lake Saint-Louis.
  • EuroCanals : digital guides to French and European waterways by Tom Sommers
  • Canal Society of Ohio
  • Augusta Canal
  • Hans Grüner, Nürnberg: Extensive documentation on both the current and historic (King Ludwig’s) canals between the Rhine (Main) and Danube in Germany. Link takes you to the pages on the new (1992) canal. Pages for the old canal. D

Do you have a canal or waterways site that you would like us to link to ? If so, mail us with a few details and we will review your site. We will notify you by return mail of your inclusion in our links page.