The Environment Agency, the Guardians of the Kam River, and a mid-level committee have worked together to develop a new path. The path covers the Nene River, the Great Ouse System, middle-level navigation and the River Cam.
The new annual pass was released on April 1st to commemorate the beginning of the boat season. This allows boaters to easily move between different waterways without having to pay multiple registration fees.
Nathan Arnold, Waterway Team Leader, Environment Agency, said:
We want to be recognized as a waterway champion who protects the environment and provides services that are appreciated by our customers.
The purpose of the pass was to provide a simple, fair and cost-effective system for getting customers on the boat with all three navigations.
We are really pleased that many customers have already selected this option and are ready for the new boat season.
Tom Larnach, River Manager at Cam Conservancy, said:
Cam Conservancy is excited to be part of the future of boating within the Anglia region.
This pass opens our river to boaters from all over the country, allowing quick, easy and affordable access to the hundreds of miles of beautiful East Anglia waterways.
David Thomas, Chief Executive Officer of the Middle Level Commissioner, said:
When a middle-level commissioner embarks on a journey to find new authority to charge pleasure boats for the use of water. The intention was to work with nearby authorities to provide an option to make navigating between navigations as easy as possible.
Therefore, this pass is considered a true milestone in fulfilling this promise.
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