Aisne (Canalised River Aisne)
The Aisne (Canalised River Aisne) is a large river and is part of the Aisne. It runs for 56.04 kilometres through 7 locks from River Aisne - Canal Latéral à L'Aisne Jonction (where it joins the Aisne (Canal latéral à l'Aisne)) to L'Oise - L'Aisne Jonction (where it joins the L'Oise).
The exact dimensions of the largest boat that can travel on the waterway are not known. The maximum headroom is not known. The maximum draught is not known.
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|River Aisne - Canal Latéral à L'Aisne Jonction
Junction of the Canal latéral à l'Aisne and River Aisne at Celles-sur-Aisne
|Ecluse 1 de Villeneuve-Saint-Germain||10.90 kilometres||0 locks|
|Ecluse 2 de Vauxrot||13.71 kilometres||1 lock|
|Ecluse 3 de Fontenoy||24.58 kilometres||2 locks|
|Ecluse 4 de Vic-sur-Aisne||32.44 kilometres||3 locks|
|Ecluse 5 de Couloisy||39.72 kilometres||4 locks|
|Ecluse 6 d'Herant||45.84 kilometres||5 locks|
|Ecluse 7 de Carandeau||52.72 kilometres||6 locks|
|L'Oise - L'Aisne Jonction
Junction of the River Oise with the River Aisne at Compiègne
|56.04 kilometres||7 locks|
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Aisne (French pronunciation: [ɛːn]) is a French department in the Picardy region of northern France. It is named after the river Aisne.