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Festive feels competition - WinnerJan 2022
Winner announcement of our December photography competition in which we gave you the chance to win a fantastic bespoke hand-woven blanket worth £125 from Gillyflower - The Narrowboat Weaver, plus a magazine subscription of your choice!
Festive feels competition worth more than £150Dec 2021
What does this season look like on your boat? Do you truly deck the hulls? Or are your twinkling lights accompanied by a warming stove? Show us what Christmas looks like on your boat (inside or out) and win a gorgeous bespoke weaved throw by Gillyflower – Narrowboat Weaver; and a magazine subscription of your choice – so you can grab a hot chocolate and snuggle up this season catching up on your favourite hobby.
A message from our CEO, Steve de PoloDec 2021
Aquavista broadens marina portfolio with acquisition of Castle Marinas
Pumpkin Carving CompetitionOct 2021
Get your knives and spoons at the ready! It’s time to get your creative skills going and enter our Halloween Pumpkin Carving Competition!
Crick Boat Show Prize DrawJun 2021
We’re delighted that Crick Boat Show is back this summer for three days on Friday 20th – Sunday 22nd August. We're giving you the chance to win x2 free tickets to Crick Boat Show 2021 on Saturday 21st August!
#mywalkbythewater - Photography CompetitionMay 2021
To mark May as National Walking Month, we're launching our #mywalkbythewater photography competition.
Pull of the River - Book GiveawayApr 2021
We are giving you the chance to receive a free copy of 'Pull of the River' by Matt Gaw in our latest giveaway.
Winter warmer competitionOct 2020
Win an Onboard Winter Warmer Pack worth over £200!
Help support the winter habitat of our bugsOct 2020
They aren’t soft and cuddly, but without saving and protecting the habitats of the nation’s insects, British wildlife will not be the same. Aquavista work with Buglife to ‘save the small things that run the planet’ and they’ve created some tips on how you can help too this winter.