Some BCF members publish a regular blog of their boating experiences. These BCF Bloggers share insights into their cruising, whether they are full-time liveaboard or part-time cruisers.
Please take a look and, of course, feel free to follow any (or all!) of these blogs. Please note that these are blogs written by the individual members and that the Boaters' Christian Fellowship neither endorses nor can be held responsible for any of the content.
If you want to know more about life on a boat, then you can either contact any of the bloggers below through their blogs. Or, you can contact the BCF directly through our contact form. We are always pleased to talk to anyone who shares our interest in both our Inland Waterways and our Lord & Saviour. We welcome contact from Christians who are considering moving afloat - either as full-time liveaboard (with or without a home base) or occasional cruisers. We are more than happy to discuss living a Christian life nomadically and going to a different church every week.
As the Boaters' Christian Fellowship, we can help you enjoy fellowship with like-minded Christians across the network. Don't forget you don't need to have a boat to join us. We welcome current boat-owners, shareboat-owners, former boat-owners, wannabe boat-owners and hirers alike. We also welcome anyone who has no intention, or doesn't feel able (for whatever reason) to own a boat. All that is needed to become a member is the shared love of our waterways and our Lord!
|James & Hazel Bell
|Peter & Fran Braybrook
|Stephen & Gwyneth Carter
|Tim & Tracey Clarke
NB Sola Gratia (website www.sola-gratia.org.uk)
|Guide Dog Oakley
Former cruising partner on NB Sola Gratia
|Tony & Pat Collins
NB Paws 4 Thought (The Teddy Bear Boat)
|John & Jan Halford
|Martin & Margaret Inchley
NB Erin Mae
NB Gentle Breeze
|Captain Ahab (aka Andy Tidy)
NB Wand'ring Bark and The Jam Butty
|Christine & Mike Todd
BCF members: If you write a blog and would like to be included on this list, please
To enjoy the benefits of membership, which includes: