The Crinan Canal is a broad canal and is part of the Waterways of Mainland Britain. It runs for 9 miles through 15 locks from Ardrishaig Lock No 1 (Sea Lock) (where it joins Saddell Water (Loch Gilp)) to Crinan Lock No 15 (Sea Lock) (where it joins the Sound of Jura).
The maximum dimensions for a boat to be able to travel on the waterway are 88 feet long and 20 feet wide. The maximum headroom is 95 feet. The maximum draught is 9 feet and 6 inches.The navigational authority for this waterway is Scottish Canals
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|Ardrishaig Lock No 1 (Sea Lock)|
|Ardrishaig Lock No 2||¾ furlongs||1 lock|
|Ardrishaig||1¼ furlongs||2 locks|
|Ardrishaig Lock No 3||1¾ furlongs||2 locks|
|Ardrishaig Lock No 4
Lock 4 Swing Bridge crosses the lock
|3¼ furlongs||3 locks|
|West Bank Road Flood Lock
Single pair of gates
|5¼ furlongs||4 locks|
|Oakfield Bridge||1 mile and 7 furlongs||4 locks|
|Cairnbaan Lock No 5||4 miles and 2½ furlongs||4 locks|
|Cairnbaan Lock No 6||4 miles and 3¾ furlongs||5 locks|
|Cairnbaan Lock No 7||4 miles and 4¾ furlongs||6 locks|
|Cairnbaan Lock No 8||4 miles and 5¾ furlongs||7 locks|
|5 miles and 2¼ furlongs||8 locks|
|Dunardry Lock No 9||5 miles and 3 furlongs||8 locks|
|Dunardry Lock No 10||5 miles and 3¾ furlongs||9 locks|
|Dunardry Lock No 11
Dunardry Swing Bridge crosses the lock.
|5 miles and 5 furlongs||10 locks|
|Dunardry Lock No 12||5 miles and 5¾ furlongs||11 locks|
|Dunardry Lock No 13||5 miles and 6¼ furlongs||12 locks|
|Crinan Lock No 14||8 miles and 7½ furlongs||13 locks|
|Crinan Basin||8 miles and 7¾ furlongs||14 locks|
|Crinan Lock No 15 (Sea Lock)||9 miles||15 locks|
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Wikipedia has a page about Crinan Canal
The Crinan Canal between Crinan and Ardrishaig in Argyll and Bute in the west of Scotland is operated by Scottish Canals. The canal which opened in 1801 takes its name from the village of Crinan at its western end. Approximately Nine miles (14 km) long, the canal connects the village of Ardrishaig on Loch Gilp with the Sound of Jura, providing a navigable route between the Clyde and the Inner Hebrides, without the need for a long diversion around the Kintyre peninsula, and in particular the exposed Mull of Kintyre.