North Cheshire Cruising Club


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Welcome to the North Cheshire Cruising Club Web Site!


<<< "In The Arm - The Story of the North Cheshire Cruising Club - click here for more details..." +++ "New Terms & Conditions for Moorers in The Arm - click here to view..." +++ "Why not hire our Club Room for your Christmas Party or Private Function - click here for more details..." +++ "Recollecting the early days of the NCCC..." +++ "Read About the Club's Founder Members back In 1943..." +++ "A Gallery of Our Commodores - Past & Present..." +++ "Diamond Reminiscences - Celebrating 60 Years of NCCC" --> Available Now >>>

The North Cheshire Cruising Club is situated on the High Lane Arm of the Macclesfield canal, one of England's most beautiful canals.

Clubhouse and Moorings


The Club was formed in 1943  by a group of boaters wishing to present a combined front to the local council who wanted to impose rates on the boathouses that some had built to keep their boats in.

They were not successful in repelling the council but had created the first Cruising Club  on the narrow canal system of England.

For further information see: Club History


Communities, Forums & Blogs

bulletWhere Are They Now? - Location of boats on the waterways network.
bulletSongs of the Inland Waterways
bullet Macclesfield Canal Society
bulletCanal & River Trust
bullet Inland Waterways Association
bulletWaterways Directory
bullet Marine Diesel & Boat Maintenance Courses
bullet Pennine Waterways - Everything about the waterways in our area.
bullet Canal Junction
bulletBoat Clubs
bullet Canal World Forums

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This page was last updated 13 June, 2016