What is navigable?

  • (adj): Able to be sailed on or through safely.
    Example: "Navigable waters"; "a navigable channel"

Some articles on navigable:

Forth And Cart Canal - The Cart Navigation
... in 1753 authorised improvements to the White Cart Water, to make it navigable, and so assist the developing cotton industry in Paisley ... second Act of Parliament, to authorise the construction of a new navigable cut, which would pass under the Turn Pike road (now the A8) ... The River Cart and the White Cart Water provided a navigable waterway between the River Clyde and the centre of Paisley ...
Low Water Crossing - Navigation
... A low-water bridge renders the waterway non-navigable ... is not a practical concern, since the waterway would be non-navigable except during flood conditions anyway ... A true submersible bridge is used on navigable waterways and is actively lowered into the water ...
Dahme (river) - Navigation
... The Dahme is navigable as far upstream as Märkisch Buchholz, although the reach above Prieros is shallow and generally only used by leisure craft ... Buchholz and enter the Dahme Flood Relief Canal which is then navigable to its junction with the upper Spree ... The Storkower Gewässer is navigable as far as the Scharmützelsee, the Teupitzer Gewässer as far as Teupitzersee ...
List Of Navigation Authorities In The United Kingdom
... Kingdom is a list of links to any navigation authority in the United Kingdom, relating to any navigable waterway, aqueduct, canal, navigation, river or port ... canals, broad canals, or ship canals rivers which have been made navigable the Broads the navigable drains of The Fens ...
Strait
... A strait is a narrow, typically navigable channel of water that connects two larger, navigable bodies of water ... a channel of water that lies between two land masses, but it may also refer to a navigable channel through a body of water that is otherwise not navigable, for example ...