What is waterway?

  • (noun): A conduit through which water flows.
    Synonyms: watercourse
    See also — Additional definitions below


A waterway is any navigable body of water. Waterways can include rivers, lakes, seas, oceans, and canals. In order for a waterway to be navigable, it must meet several criteria:

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Lakes To Locks Passage - Route Description - Waterway
... The waterway route extends from the Erie Canal (Mohawk River) at Cohoes, 9 miles (14 km) north of Albany and 1 mile (1.6 km) southwest of Waterford, to the St ... This waterway was North America's first inter-connected waterway that shaped the nation-building activities of the United States and Canada ...
Thaikattussery - Waterway
... Thaikkattusery lies between the Kottapuram-Kollam National Inland Waterway passing through the Vembanad lake ...
List Of Waterway Societies In The United Kingdom
... This List of waterway societies in the United Kingdom is a list of links to waterway societies, charities, trusts, associations, clubs and other non-governmental waterway organisations ...
Antelope Valley Project - Overview - "Project Waterway"
... The waterway carries the 100-year flood run-off ... It centers on the new grass-lined Antelope Creek waterway ... the channeling complex for the last miles of the creek, the waterway connects on the South directly with Antelope Creek as it flows from Holms Lake to the Southeast ...
Waterway - Canals
... Canals are artificial waterways that are constructed to provide a new path of travel for vessels (as opposed to improving a natural waterway along its current course) ... with or create a shortcut between seas and existing waterways, such as the Kiel Canal between the North Sea and the Baltic Sea, which is the most heavily used canal worldwide ...

More definitions of "waterway":

  • (noun): A navigable body of water.