EThis river south of Liverpool, is to be navigated with boats being qualified for the Sea only
Dee River | England: Characteristics & Overview
Rating of waterway
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|Character of waterway:
back to nature
|Profile of waterway:
Commercial traffic and tourism
Waterway has access to:
Shropshire Union Canal & Middlewich Branch
River Dee, south of Liverpool, is a very old waterway, probably already used by the Romans. After Chester it should be navigated only with a crew used to the tides and seagoing vessels.
On the upper stream it builds the border to Wales, down to Alford.