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 Holiday Inn® Hull Marina

Holiday Inn® Hull Marina

Marina in Kingston upon Hull
A Hull Marina hotel near the city centre with free WiFi and a restaurant , Holiday Inn® Hull Marina is a short stroll from the heart of the city with attraction
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 Northampton Marina

Northampton Marina

Marina in Northamptonshire
Nestled alongside Becket’s Park, Northampton Marina has a secluded, countryside feel whilst being within easy walking distance of the town centre with its many shops, bars, restaurants and theatres. Located at the junction of the River Nene and the Northampton Arm of the Grand Union Canal, it is ideally placed for exploring both Anglian Waterways and the wider canal network. Offering boaters a friendly stay with access to a great choice of cruising routes. Our award winning facilities building is open to all marina customers and our landscaped grounds provide a relaxing recreation area with BBQs and picnic tables.
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 Oundle Marina Village

Oundle Marina Village

Marina in Northamptonshire
Welcome to the Oundle Marina Village website and to the beautiful River Nene. The Marina was created nearly 60 years ago by creating a cut-through from the River Nene and flooding the local gravel pits, and has been managed by the same family for most of that time – Mark Nye is the current manager. This has now grown into a marina with 191 non-residential moorings plus dedicated visitor moorings that can be booked in advance. The whole site covers an area of about 22 acres with over half of that being the marina which means plenty of space for the boats, no overcrowding here! As well as the moorings there is also a well-stocked Chandlery, a gantry that can launch boats up to 62ft long, slipway for launching day boats, diesel & petrol, toilets & laundrette and workshops where we can carry out any boat repairs, boat antifouling/blacking and engine servicing.
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 Parkstone Bay Marina

Parkstone Bay Marina

Marina in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council
It's situated within the heart of Poole Harbour, one of the South Coast's most renowned boating locations. Since our establishment in 2000, Parkstone Bay has grown to be the most beautiful and exclusive of Marinas. A combination of gorgeous facilities and an accommodating staff make Parkstone Bay a warm and inviting haven in which to berth your vessel. Centered within the perfect location of Poole Harbour and boasting a vast range of bespoke berthing options, we invite you to experience the wonders behind our boating community and outstanding facilities. We have over 100 swinging moorings in Parkstone Bay, a sheltered location and the furthest mooring being no further than a 5 minute water taxi ride from the marina. Ideally suitable for vessels up to a 1 metre draft (sail boats with bilge keels and lifting keels are most suited to these moorings). Please be aware that Rope Strops are required for these moorings, strops will need to be made up and fitted in advance of arrival. These moorings come with a complimentary water taxi and for full flexibility a pool of tenders is also provided, which you are free to use at your convenience. ​ Swinging Mooring customers may use the visitor berths for washing and loading, when there is space and at a maximum of 30 minutes. For overnight berths on the pontoons, please book with the marina office in advance and charges do apply. Our moorings are located within a quiet area of Poole harbour, an ideal place to relax on board overlooking the wildlife. Suited for larger vessels with a draft of more than one metre, we offer deep water moorings located in the Wych Channel. Located close to the Harbour Entrance and sheltered by the protection of Brownsea Island, these moorings provide an idyllic view of the island's nature reserve. There is no taxi service to the Wych, but we can accommodate your tender at the marina at a special price. Customers must have an adequate tender to cross the main shipping channel. We also offer all our deep water moorings the Winter Layup Package, more details can be found below. Please be aware that Rope Strops are required for these moorings, strops will need to be made up and fitted in advance of arrival.
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 Port of Berwick

Port of Berwick

Marina in Northumberland
The newly installed Pontoon by Inland & Coastal provides a safe point of mooring and is fully serviced including electronic gate entry. The Port is fully covered by up to date CCTV and ANPR security system.
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 Salcombe Harbour

Salcombe Harbour

Marina in Devon
One of the most beautiful locations in the south-west. The Harbour reaches from the sea all the way up to Kingsbridge and its high water quality and peaceful surroundings are enjoyed by a number of water users: bathers, canoeists, stand-up paddleboards, dinghies, yawls, yachts, power boats and super yachts - either individually or as part of one of the many colourful and exhilarating competitive regattas. The Harbour can be extremely busy, particularly in the high season, so please navigate with care and consideration, adhere to the speed limits (6 or 8 knots), minimise wake, wear life jackets, and connect a kill cord to yourself when helming a vessel with an outboard engine. Harbour Master - Cameron Sims-Stirling If you arrive from abroad, click the link to declare your arrival https://visas-immigration.service.gov.uk/public-health-passenger-locator-form ​Salcombe Harbour Emergency Out of Hours 01803 867034
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Alvechurch Marina

Alvechurch Marina

Marina in Worcestershire
We offer moorings all year round for boats up to 70 feet with the option to pay a discounted annual rate or by monthly Direct Debit. Free temporary moorings at other ABC locations while you’re cruising (Subject to availability). Located in rural Alvechurch on the Worcester & Birmingham Canal, Alvechurch Marina is nestled within a beautiful tranquil hideaway. Long or short term moorings Moorings are available at Alvechurch Marina for the short or long term, subject to availability. Winter moorings are available subject to space. Storage facilities are available (charged extra) and each one of our berths has access to an electricity supply operated with pre-payment cards. Moorings are available – up to 70′
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Amble Marina Ltd

Amble Marina Ltd

Marina in Northumberland
Delivering excellent customer service and high quality facilities so you can enjoy sailing the spectacular Northumberland coast Amble Marina was officially opened on Tuesday 16th June 1987 and since then has provided a warm welcome to all. The warm and welcoming atmosphere has not changed but the marina has transformed over the last three decades and now provides facilities and infrastructure unparalleled on our stretch of coastline.
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Anderton Marina

Anderton Marina

Marina in Cheshire
Anderton Marina is one of the most northerly of our English bases with access to Cheshire, the remote and beautiful Leeds and Liverpool Canal and the Trent and Mersey. A local feature nearby is one of the Seven Wonders of the Waterway, the Anderton Boat Lift, and there is an on-site licensed restaurant, The Moorings. Anderton Marina is located in the North West of England and it is ideal for cruising the Trent & Mersey and The Cheshire Ring.
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Apperley Bridge Marina

Apperley Bridge Marina

Marina in Bradford
Welcome to Apperley Bridge Marina. Part of the prestigious Waterfront Mews development. We offer secure, quality long term moorings on the picturesque Leeds & Liverpool Canal between Leeds and Bingley. Apperley Bridge Marina is well placed for access to rail and road links and even air transport (Leeds Bradford airport is only 15 minutes away) and is within easy walking distance of the local supermarkets, banks and other essential services. Approximately ten pubs in the vicinity cater for every taste and together with local eateries provide food for every occasion.
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Apsley Waterside & Marina

Apsley Waterside & Marina

Marina in Hertfordshire
A hidden cove on the Grand Union Canal On the Grand Union Canal, with excellent links to London, Apsley Marina is in a prime location. Enjoy the atmosphere of this modern marina, bordered by bars and restaurants and retaining a community spirit. In spring and summer, plants and flowers bring a sunshine feel to the marina and in the colder months, peace prevails. On the water, cruise through town and country to Cowroast Marina and Packet Boat Marina, both also on the Grand Union Canal. Apsley is a lively marina, and with secure berths and allocated parking spaces for residents, it’s a great place to call home or to enjoy on weekends and holidays. Moorings at Apsley Waterside & Marina At Apsley Marina you have a secure berth with a range of facilities onsite and nearby, and a friendly team on hand to help whenever you need them. Here are your mooring options at Apsley: Leisure mooring: 44 berths, great for spending holidays and long weekends on your boat Residential mooring: 20 berths, for permanent waterside living Visitor mooring: berths available for short term stopovers. Please book two weeks ahead. Winter mooring offers -Join us for a winter mooring this season and enjoy a host of Aquavista benefits when you take a month to 6 month contract between 1 October - 31 March 2021. Available at Apsley Waterside & Marina for a monthly price per metre of £22.68Things to do in Hertfordshire and nearby Apsley Marina is part of the original Dickinson Paper Mill and a must-do local activity is to follow the Apsley Paper Trail at nearby Frogmore Mill. If you are exploring the local area, don’t overlook Hemel Hempstead, which has a pretty High Street dotted with Tudor buildings, where you can grab a coffee or a meal, browse the galleries or go shopping for antiques. North of Hemel Hempstead, at Gadebridge Park, there’s 80 acres of cycle and walking paths, a children’s play area, a walled garden, and the remains of a Roman villa. Further afield, get your hiking boots on to discover the wide-open spaces, rolling hills and beech woods of the Chilterns, 20 miles away, or head into London by train to see the sights. Things to do in Hertfordshire and nearby Apsley Marina is part of the original Dickinson Paper Mill and a must-do local activity is to follow the Apsley Paper Trail at nearby Frogmore Mill. If you are exploring the local area, don’t overlook Hemel Hempstead, which has a pretty High Street dotted with Tudor buildings, where you can grab a coffee or a meal, browse the galleries or go shopping for antiques. North of Hemel Hempstead, at Gadebridge Park, there’s 80 acres of cycle and walking paths, a children’s play area, a walled garden, and the remains of a Roman villa. Further afield, get your hiking boots on to discover the wide-open spaces, rolling hills and beech woods of the Chilterns, 20 miles away, or head into London by train to see the sights.
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Aquatic Quays Marina, Windermere

Aquatic Quays Marina, Windermere

Marina in Cumbria
Britain’s World-class lakeside marina, set within an utterly amazing location with unrivalled facilities If you’re looking to keep your boat on Windermere, you can’t get a better location than The Quays Marina, Windermere. Location Perfectly situated roughly mid-way on Lake Windermere in the popular town of Bowness-on-Windermere, exploring the length and breadth of the lake is easy. Stunning views from the marina stretch over the lake, Belle Isle and the lakeland fells to the north, making this an impressive boating destination. Just a 5-minute walk away inland, is the vibrant hub of Bowness, with plenty of options to explore the local cultural and foodie highlights when the weather isn’t perfect for boating. Facilities The marina’s facilities make a real difference when enjoying time on your boat, providing a home from home with everything you’ll need.
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AQUAVISTA - POPLAR WATERSIDE & MARINA

AQUAVISTA - POPLAR WATERSIDE & MARINA

Marina in Tower Hamlets
Waterside Life in London Poplar Waterside & Marina is in a stunning location close to Canary Wharf and opposite the Millennium Dome in London. Situated on the River Thames, it’s a 90-berth marina with a high proportion of residential berths, as you might expect in such a prime location. You’re close to the specialist shops, restaurants, pubs and attractions of Canary Wharf, and central London is just minutes away on the Jubilee Line or the Docklands Light Railway. This modern marina offers a unique way to enjoy waterside life in the capital city.
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Aston Marina

Aston Marina

Marina in Staffordshire
The marina is located adjacent to Aston Lock, just south of Stone on the Trent & Mersey Canal, offering the perfect central location from which to cruise. The bustling market town of Stone – with its excellent shops & restaurants, and great country pubs – is just a short walk away. Aston Marina has 200 berths available for long term and temporary moorings, each with metered 16amp electricity, water and card access security gates. The twin basins are over 2.5 meters deep and generously wide – allowing easy manoeuvrability. The unique feature of an entrance and exit negates winding within the marina and further enhances the ease of navigation, as well as encouraging a natural throughput of fresh water. Amenities are provided through a luxury block, with showers and toilets, Elsan disposal & laundry. Pump-out and diesel are located either side of our iconic miniature Iron bridge, and a card access barrier provides controlled access to ample secure parking for moorers. The marina office is located in the middle of the site where convenient supplies of coal, gas & logs are available, as well as a book swap library, maps and information on the surrounding area & attractions. We also offer a next day ironing service. Trent Valley Marine Ltd operate a fully equipped workshop, including launch & recovery available via our slipway and unique boat lift trailer – we believe we are the only marina in the country with the capability to slip up to a 72ft craft. Workshop servicing & maintenance as well as DIY facilities are available at Trent Valley Marine, they also offer a hard-standing and boat storage area.
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Barby Moorings

Barby Moorings

Marina in Northamptonshire
Barby Moorings, located at Barby Ln, Rugby CV23 8UJ, United Kingdom. Barby Moorings on the Oxford canal is 2 miles from Hillmorton locks and just 5 miles from Braunston Junction. Two types of premium mooring are offered, each fully serviced with electrical power, water, wired internet and digital ready TV aerial socket. Unique bankside moorings with private leisure plots are offered as an alternative to pontoon moorings. Winter storage, An economical way to store your boat with no frills. For more information, register your interest now by using the contact page. The quay side area near the canal entrance is the focus for most amenities. Upon its completion the main building will be situated on two levels with the upper level accommodating a comfortable restaurant / lounge bar overlooking the whole marina. The rest of the building will open on to the quayside where showers, toilets, launderette and a café will be sited. Next to this will be the chandlery/general store where you can get anything from bread, milk and morning papers to engine oil and rope. We will also have two small retail units available for franchise for use as a gift shop or craft workshop, contact us for details. Also, along the quayside is the service dock with diesel, gas, wood, waste disposal / recycling, pump out and sluice facilities which are all currently available for use. Across the marina from the quay will be the workshop maintenance area with facilities to do most jobs from an oil change to boat lift out and blacking.
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BARROW

BARROW

Marina in North Lincolnshire
The haven at Barrow is situated on the south side of the Humber, accommodates coastal shipping and is rather remote from any shopping facilities, but will provide refuge in an emergency.
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Barrow Boating

Barrow Boating

Marina in Leicestershire
We have a limited number of moorings at our marina. Please contact us to check if we have any availability.
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Bath Waterside & Marina

Bath Waterside & Marina

Marina in Bath and North East Somerset
An unbeatable location on the River Avon If location is everything, then Bath Waterside & Marina and Caravan Park has it covered. This tranquil setting, with a large river frontage for easy access, makes it the most desirable inland marina in the south west with a spectacular location on the River Avon in Somerset, and less than two miles from the centre of Bath and on the edge of the Cotswolds. Downstream, the River Avon is navigable to the Bristol Severn Estuary. Upstream you have unrestricted access as far as Reading and the River Thames, via the Kennet and Avon Canal. Bath Waterside & Marina and Caravan Park is an idyllic spot, sheltered from the outside world by grassy banks and attractive woodlands. Which also makes it the perfect spot for those looking for somewhere to stay with a touring caravan. Staying with us at Bath Waterside & Marina and Caravan Park Bath Waterside & Marina and Caravan Park has a good range of facilities onsite and nearby, and a friendly Waterside Crew on hand to help whenever you need them. Here are your options for staying with us at Bath Waterside & Marina: Leisure Mooring: 37 berths, great for spending holidays and long weekends on your boat. Bath Caravan Park: If you prefer to keep your feet on dry land, our Caravan Park, beside the Marina, is set in landscaped lawns and woodlands. Open all year round, the site has 88 hard standing pitches, all with 16 amp electric and a television connection point.
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Beeston Marina

Beeston Marina

Marina in Nottinghamshire
Beeston Marina provides all the facilities you'll need to enjoy the delights of boating on the River Trent in Nottinghamshire. Our moorings offer exceptional value. Catering for Cruisers, Narrowboats (and Widebeams too) we offer both short and long-term moorings, for Leisure & Residential use. Electric and non-electric hook-up mooring berths are available on our linear pontoon berths. A well-stocked Chandlery & General store, Secure entry gates to the pontoons, CCTV, Car parking and Water are among the services provided.
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Belle Isle Marina

Belle Isle Marina

Marina in Lincolnshire
We are a family run marina with moorings for cruisers, narrowboats and widebeam boats. There is plenty of parking on site and CCTV in operation for security. Boat services include servicing and repairs, brokerage, slipway, hard standing, boat sales and Canal and River Trust licence sales and facilities keys. There is a regular bus service to Coningsby, Boston and Lincoln and a Public House serving food neighbours the Marina.
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Bembridge Harbour

Bembridge Harbour

Marina in Isle of Wight
Bembridge Harbour Access to the Harbour is restricted to High Water + or - 3 hrs for vessels drawing 1.5m. Please refer to the navigation section for pictorial guidance.
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Berth on Boatyard

Berth on Boatyard

Marina in Hampshire
Full service marina. Berthon offer a comprehensive range of services for customers moored at Lymington Marina. Ideally located on the Solent, with easy access to the full racing and cruising grounds of the UK – as well as being a short hop from the English Channel and Europe – Lymington is easily accessible by rail, road and water. We include a brief outline of our facilities below, but if there are any other services that you need that are not covered here, please contact our Dockmaster’s office which can be found on the ground floor of the Marina Building, and they will be delighted to help.
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Billing’s Northampton Marina

Billing’s Northampton Marina

Marina in Northamptonshire
About Billing’s Northampton Marina The large picturesque Northampton marina is one of Billing Aquadrome’s finest features. Situated on the River Nene, it has 180 berths – all of which are secured on floating pontoons, ensuring the safety of your narrowboat. So pull up to the dock and enjoy everything the complex has to offer. Once on dry land, you can have a delicious restaurant meal, a relaxing drink in a bar, or a good wander around the park. When you stay at Billing Marina, you’ll have access to water and electricity, as well as all the other facilities you need to enjoy a memorable and comfortable stay – whether that’s for a few days, a few weeks, or a few months. All moorings have the following facilities: Access to mains water Access to electricity (using Smart Meters) Breakdown, repairs and service covered by approved contractors Pump out & sanitary disposal Slipway Diesel sales Coal & wood sales Full use of Billing Aquadrome’s leisure facilities* Charges may apply Security is ensured by an entry card through the security gate, in addition to security patrols at night Pets (dogs and cats) are welcome
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Birdham Pool Marina

Birdham Pool Marina

Marina in West Sussex
Welcome to Birdham Pool Marina Located six miles inside the entrance to Chichester Harbour, in an area of outstanding natural beauty, Birdham is a sheltered, locked marina of 290 berths. You'll be charmed by its unique character and wonderful blend of old and new. With the Old Mill building still standing next to the Lock, the ‘Pool’ still retains its original fascination as one of the last working tidal mill pools in Sussex. It is quaint and beautiful, yet provides modern facilities, a fully equipped boatyard and onsite marine tenants. The lock operates at free flow at the top of the tide. Selection of Berths A mix of pontoon berths for larger boats of up to 14.5 metres as well as pile berths and bow or stern to berths. Birdham has first class marina facilities and offers winter storage ashore and afloat. For more information on any apsect of Birdham Pool Marina, to get a bespoke berthing quote, or to find out about our Flexible Berthing Scheme with Royal Clarence Marina, please call 01243 512310 or click here for our online enquiry form. To read all about Birdham Pool and what is has to offer, read our 2021 yearbook below.
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Blackleach Marina

Blackleach Marina

Marina in Lancashire
Blackleach Lane Marina is a minor waterways place on the Lancaster Canal (Main Line) between Ribble Link - Lancaster Canal Junction (5 miles and 2¾ furlongs to the southeast) and Lodge Hill Junction (Junction with Lancaster Canal - Glasson Dock Branch) (17 miles and 2 furlongs to the north). The nearest place in the direction of Ribble Link - Lancaster Canal Junction is Roots Bridge No 30; 2¾ furlongs away. The nearest place in the direction of Lodge Hill Junction is Stone Chimneys Bridge No 31; 1¼ furlongs away. Mooring here is ok (a perfectly adequate mooring). Moorings have no facilities.. Facilities: water point.
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Blackthorn Lake Marina

Blackthorn Lake Marina

Marina in Northamptonshire
We are a Narrowboat and River Cruiser Marina situated on Station Road Ringstead Northamptonshire, and have 130 slips around our beautiful lake. Blackthorn Lake Marina was constructed with the view in mind that customers not only want the quiet relaxation of living at Blackthorn but also wanted the ability to be able to work on their boats with ease.
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Blackwater Marina Ltd

Blackwater Marina Ltd

Marina in Essex
Blackwater Marina lies on the UK’s east coast in a natural, sheltered harbour between the historic maritime towns of Maldon and Burnham on Crouch. The Continent is a day’s sail away, and London an hour by car or train. The marina has fully serviced pontoon berths for 196 vessels and hardstanding for another 150. In addition, its 100 swinging moorings can offer access at all states of the tide to the region’s best cruising waters and some of the UK’s rarest wildlife. The marina has a rich heritage and today is home to an enviable diversity of craft – from Thames Barges and fishing smacks to racing yachts and modern motor cruisers. The extensive shoreside facilities are also decidedly modern, but one thing hasn’t changed over the years – the good old-fashioned Blackwater welcome. Blackwater Marina is a place where families in day boats mix with Smack owners and yacht crews. Where seals, avocets and porpoises roam beneath the big, sheltering East Coast skies. And where the area’s rich heritage of working Thames Barges and Smacks remains very much part of daily life today. You’ll usually find a Thames Barge or two at Blackwater Marina, either being refitted in our dry dock or moored alongside the pontoon between charter trips. And Smacks? Several. Blackwater Marina is home to Martha II and the IDA But it isn’t just classic sailing boats that thrive on the Blackwater. An eclectic mix of motor cruisers, open boats and modern yachts enjoy the advantages of a marina sheltered by its natural habitat, where the absence of harbour walls allows uninterrupted views of some of Britain’s rarest wildlife. And where the 21st century shoreside facilities are looked after by experienced professionals, who are often found sailing on their days off. Blackwater Marina is within easy striking distance of London, a point which wasn’t lost on the Vikings when they chose a little island three miles up the coast as the starting point for an invasion on the capital. They were repelled, in a bloody and heroic battle, by local forces fired by their passion for their home territory. The Blackwater can get you like that. Today, strangers arriving in boats are guaranteed a rather more friendly welcome by the people from the Blackwater. Did we say ‘strangers’? No, that isn’t strictly true. At our marina, there are no strangers; merely people we haven’t met yet.
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Blackwater Meadow Marina

Blackwater Meadow Marina

Marina in Shropshire
Free temporary moorings at other ABC locations while you’re cruising. Blackwater Meadow Marina are able to offer a vast amount of boatyard services for your narrow boat, all of which are detailed below. Please feel free to get in touch with us if you have any questions, or need anything that isn’t listed below. We’d be more than happy to help. 8:30am until 5:00pm Monday to Sunday, and bank holidays except for a few days over Christmas We have a souvenir and chandlery shop on site with a range of items but please contact us to check we have the item in stock before travelling to the marina. We are very happy to order in specific items for your collection on request, or alternatively you can order online, via our very own chandlery website, ABC Web Chandler. You can even opt to have your goods delivered right here at the marina with free postage.
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Blue Water Marina

Blue Water Marina

Marina in Doncaster
We are a friendly, family run marina and have a large selection of new & used Narrowboats for you to view on site.
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Boroughbridge Marina Limited

Boroughbridge Marina Limited

Marina in North Yorkshire
Boroughbridge is an ancient and attractive market town with many attractions and amenities. Whether you fancy a night in on your boat or a night out in the town, the many restaurants and pubs ensure that there is something to entertain all tastes. Located on the River Ure, Boroughbridge Marina is home to some 85 Cruisers and Narrowboats. A wide range of facilities are offered to all berth-holders including Electric and Water to all berths, a modern shower & toilet block and a laundrette. Our facilites are constantly improving and our waiting list ever-expanding! We are able to provide a full range of services for looking after your boat.
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Boston Gateway Marina

Boston Gateway Marina

Marina in Lincolnshire
Moorings 45 Mooring Depth: 6.56 Feet
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Bourne End Marina

Bourne End Marina

Marina in Buckinghamshire
Thames moorings, purveyors of services to boaters, Diesel, Calor Gas, Sewage Pump Out, Crane, Tug, Mechanics Repairs and the like.
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Bradwell Marina

Bradwell Marina

Marina in Essex
Welcome to Bradwell Marina, situated on the picturesque Blackwater Estuary. Ideally situated for exploring the river and other east coast estuaries, good access to Holland, Belgium and beyond. Bradwell Marina is accessible at most states of the tide to all but the deepest draft boats. We have over 350 berths with room for 50 visitors. Visitors Information Visiting yachts are welcome, and on arrival should berth at the visitors berth marked by a notice board at the end of "A" pontoon. From there they will be directed to a suitable berth by Marina staff. Bradwell Marina is situated at Bradwell Waterside, on the south shore of the Blackwater River. It is ideally placed for the east coast sailor, with the Blackwater Estuary "on the doorstep", and within easy reach of the other Essex rivers. It is also well placed for cruising to the French, Dutch and Belgium coasts. Road access from London is by the A127 trunk road as far as Wickford, and thence by the B1012 through Latchingdon, Mayland and Steeple. The yacht basin itself is admirably sheltered, as it was excavated behind the sea wall and is therefore completely enclosed. The only exception is the entrance channel which was cut through the sea wall. There is no lock and the marina is accessible at all states of the tide for shallow draft craft. Deeper draft vessels must exercise caution at low water especially during spring tides, as the navigable channel in Bradwell Creek becomes shallow. The marina basin and entrance were excavated to give a minimum depth of 6-8 ft.at low water springs. Diesel and unleaded petrol at the fuel pier. Clubhouse with showers, toilets, washing machine and dryer.
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Braunston Marina ltd

Braunston Marina ltd

Marina in Northamptonshire
Braunston Marina is ideally located for the canal enthusiast. It lies at the crossroads of the Grand Union and Oxford canals, and indeed of the whole waterways. The opportunities for exploration are near limitless. The Marina itself is easily located by road, lying beside the A45 between Daventry and Rugby. It is only 20 minutes from junction 16 on the M1, under an hour from Birmingham, and two hours from London. Braunston Marina is steeped in history. It was originally developed at the turn of the 19th century as the waterways depot at the northern end of what was then called the Grand Junction Canal, where it joined up with the Oxford Canal. Several original buildings from the Georgian and early Victorian periods are still in their intended use. The Marina’s entrance is dominated by the very fine Horsley Iron Works cast iron bridge dating from 1834, erected by Thomas Telford. Today, Braunston Marina is a major centre for leisure craft and narrow boats, with modern mooring facilities for 250 boats. a large, busy brokerage selling all types of new and used steel narrowboats. We have dry and wet docks, craneage pad and a service area capable of most repairs. A number of other boat businesses operate within the marina. We even have a small touring caravan site. Our event highlight is our annual Historic Boat Rally, held over the last weekend in June, with upwards of 80 old working boats joining the grand parade, many of which are on the national Historic Boat Register. Other attractions include side shows, live music, Morris dancing, trade exhibitors and craft displays, beer tent and, sometimes, even tunnel legging. A great weekend or day out for the whole family. At Braunston Marina, we are committed to providing the finest boating facilities and services available on the waterways to ensure Braunston is THE place for people to enjoy their boating activities. We look forward to being of service to you.
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Bray Marina

Bray Marina

Marina in Windsor and Maidenhead
Bray Marina, in its country park setting, provides berth holders with a delightfully tranquil mooring. The 400-berth marina has an active boating club as well as boat training lessons and handling competitions, a small chandlery, engineering services, brokerage and fuel. Mediterranevm, a brand new Mediterranean dining experience at the marina. And just a short walk into Bray itself, there are now three Heston Blumenthal restaurants: The Fat Duck, The Crown at Bray, and The Hind's Head Boatyard facilities On-site boatyard services at Bray Marina are delivered by Bray Craning Ltd, who carry out lifting, antifouling and polishing. Out and about There are many attractions nearby. Upstream is the National Trust property, Cliveden House, with its extensive gardens and woodlands. Cookham is home of the Queen's Swan Keeper, who can sometimes be seen in his traditional costume. Further on still is Hambledon Mill – and from here, the river is navigable as far as Lechlade. Downstream lie the historic towns and villages of Windsor, Eton, Datchet and Runnymede. And if you use Penton Hook as a stop-off overnight, Central London comes within cruising reach. Freedom Berthing Freedom Berthing gives you even more freedom to explore any of the 18 marinas in our UK network stretching from Devon to Suffolk, plus over 130 European destinations in France, Spain and Portugal.
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Brayford Trust & Lincoln Marina

Brayford Trust & Lincoln Marina

Marina in Lincolnshire
Brayford Trust & Lincoln Marina There are a number of visitor moorings in Lincoln city centre, for cruisers and narrow-boats, including the Brayford Pool, the Fossdyke and the River Witham. Moorings There are now over 130 long term moorings in the Pool with a further 14 designated exclusively for visiting boaters The moorings are all floating pontoon berths with fresh water and electricity available to each. These berths are located on the south bank of the Pool with the cruiser moorings in the south-west corner and the narrowboats towards the eastern end.
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Bredon Marina Ltd

Bredon Marina Ltd

Marina in Worcestershire
Bredon Marina is an independent boatyard run by Steve Hanlon. It’s the last marina on the River Avon before it reaches Tewkesbury, where the navigation joins the River Severn. From here you are at the heart of the inland waterway network; perfectly placed to explore the rivers and canals of the Midlands and South West. There are 80 moorings of various sizes to cater for cruisers, sail boats and narrow boats, all placed in picturesque, rural surroundings. Moorings for 2015 are available now. From the onsite office, Steve can keep an eye on all the boats, respond quickly when the river levels change and can assist boaters and visitors as necessary. Steve is a qualified IIMS boat surveyor and can test boats either on site or he can travel to wherever your boat is moored. If you want to buy a boat, then he can help find the perfect one for you. Come and see the boats for sale here at Bredon and find out everything you need to know before you make your purchase.
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Brentford Marina

Brentford Marina

Marina in Hounslow
BRENTFORD DOCK MARINA Brentford Dock Marina is situated on the tidal River Thames at the mouth of the Grand Union Canal between Kew Bridge and Isleworth in the southern part of Brentford, Middlesex. Once a working dock, today it is one of London’s undiscovered treasures. The Marina is uniquely located for boat owners in West London looking for leisure mooring on the Thames, with access to the Canal network as well as the upper reaches of the non-tidal Thames, giving the best of all worlds. The area is well served by transport links, being conveniently situated for the M4 / M3 as well as public transport. Brentford Dock Marina does not offer residential moorings.
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Bridgehouse Marina and Caravan Park

Bridgehouse Marina and Caravan Park

Marina in Lancashire
The Marina is connected to Lancaster Canal is which was constructed in 1819 and in its current form is lock-free for 42 miles with perfectly located towns and villages sprinkled along its banks. Not forgetting the many popular canal side pubs too! The Lancaster canal has also relatively recently been connected to the rest of the main canal systems in England via the introduction of the Ribble link, with construction being finished in 2002. Set on the scenic and tranquil banks of the Lancaster Canal, in its own beautifully maintained grounds, Bridge House Marina boasts 150 moorings with shore power and water, and 24 hour CCTV. You’ll find everything you need for a comfortable stay, including a modern facilities block with showers, pot wash and a launderette. Some of the other marina facilities include, a 20 ton Travel hoist which can lift narrow-boats and cruisers up to 20 tonnes, undercover storage with electric and water for your DIY jobs on your cruiser, or outside storage in our dedicated Narrow boat concrete service bays again with electric and water, other outside storage is available with Electric, there is a small shop on site where you can buy anti-foul, blacking and a few DIY essentials including Calor Gas. We also have a boat brokerage service were our experts are always on hand to guide you through the process of buying and selling your boat. Visit our ‘Boats for Sale’ page for more details. Other services are available from other onsite businesses please look at our Service Directory Page for more information.
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Bridgemarsh Marina

Bridgemarsh Marina

Marina in Essex
WELCOME TO BRIDGEMARSH MARINA We are a family-run marina located in Althorne, Essex and our friendly staff are on-site to help you enjoy your boating experience! We pride ourselves on being the best value marina on the Crouch and we are ideally located next to Althorne train station. We look forward to welcoming you!
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Bridlington Harbour

Bridlington Harbour

Marina in East Yorkshire
ridlington’s magnificent harbour is a living reminder of Bridlington through the ages. It is also a dynamic business hub, crucial to the town and its residents. At the helm are the Bridlington Harbour Commissioners, a group of individuals, supported by an administrative team, who manage, protect and develop all aspects of the harbour and its activities. From the bait man to the major landing companies on the South Pier, from tourism to tide tables, it is the Harbour Commissioners who help to bring everything together to make our harbour a UK-wide success. Under the guidance of the Commissioners, the harbour estate will continue to play a vital role in the well-being of Bridlington’s economy, providing much needed local employment and career opportunities, encouraging investment and promoting tourism to the Yorkshire region and further afield. It is the very heart of our town, our community, and as well as being home to the scores of men and women who earn their livelihood here, it is also a magnet for the tens of thousands of people who visit Bridlington every summer for their holidays or family days out.
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Brightlingsea Waterside Marina/Brightlingsea Harbour i

Brightlingsea Waterside Marina/Brightlingsea Harbour i

Marina in Essex
WELCOME TO BRIGHTLINGSEA HARBOUR THE COVID RESTRICTIONS WILL BE CHANGING FROM MONDAY 19TH JULY , GUIDANCE FOR THIS.HARBOUR AND COVID 19 - WHAT NEXT. Brightlingsea Harbour is a small mixed leisure and commercial port with a rich heritage, situated in Brightlingsea Creek close to the mouth of the Colne Estuary where it meets the Blackwater and Thames Estuaries. The Harbour is within a nature conservation area of international importance. The River Colne is navigable on the tide for 7 miles to Colchester in Essex and the River Blackwater is navigable for 11 miles to Maldon. Brightlingsea is a day sail from most ports on the Thames Estuary. Brightlingsea Harbour is a Trust Port managed by Brightlingsea Harbour Commissioners. The Harbour Master leads a dedicated team of permanent and seasonal staff who oversee the day to day activities within the Harbour.
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Brighton Marina Yacht Club

Brighton Marina Yacht Club

Marina in Brighton and Hove
Brighton Marina centres on the busy yacht harbour, where sailboats moor at the quay. It’s a chic shopping hub with fashion boutiques, galleries, and craft shops, plus casual eateries with terraces overlooking the water. Volk’s Electric Railway, opened in 1883, shuttles between the marina and Brighton Pier. Charter boats offer fishing and diving trips, and the Brighton Walk of Fame honours stars with local links. Now it its brand new, state of the art floating club house, Brighton Marina Yacht Club continues to be a friendly place for cruisers and racers. Experienced sailors can race on a Sunday morning through the year, and several times a year the club offers its "Club class" programme to give novices an introduction to racing on Saturday mornings. The club house offers food and drink with friendly staff, from a unique location floating amongst the boats in the marina itself.
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Brinklow Marina

Brinklow Marina

Marina in Warwickshire
The marina was built on a green field site in 2005 and its acquisition means there are now 11 marinas in the Group. The addition of Brinklow brings the Castle inventory to 2600 berths, making it the country’s largest privately-owned group and yet its mission of being ‘big enough to cope and small enough to care’ means each marina develops and retains its own identity and quirks, an approach which has led to great customer loyalty. Brinklow joins other marinas in the Group to create a safe touring extended network. Castle currently offers a relocation allowance to help new moorers join our family. All new pontoons Featuring 200 berths set within 22 acres of landscaped grounds, and with 360° views of beautiful open country, it really is “a breath of fresh air”. Its situation, having access to the Oxford Canal (Northern Arm), and within easy reach of the Grand Union and Ashby Canals, makes it an ideal base to explore the midlands network.
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Bristol Marina

Bristol Marina

Marina in Bristol
Welcome to Bristol Marina Bristol Marina is Bristol's only fully serviced marina. Operating since 1980, the Marina is situated on the south side of the Floating Harbour and is bounded by The Baltic Wharf housing development and the SS Great Britain. Bristol Marina is accessible from the sea and from the inland waterways using the Kennet and River Avon navigation, indeed it is possible to navigate from London to Bristol using the Kennet and Avon.
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Brixham Harbour

Brixham Harbour

Marina in Torbay
Brixham Harbour is located on the southern side of Tor Bay and boasts one of the largest fishing fleets in the UK, plus a thriving fish market to support it. Over 100 fishing boats land and sell their catch at the local fish market on the quayside. A visitor viewing platform is strategically placed so visitors can watch the busy comings and goings of the fishing fleet, made up of large beam trawlers and the smaller day boats. Telephone: +44 01803851854
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Brixham Marina

Brixham Marina

Marina in Torbay
The town caters for visitors on its municipal harbour pontoon, in its extensive marina. It is also possible to anchor off outside the harbour albeit which is more exposed. The shape of the bay protects the harbour from most sectors, and the large breakwater from easterly conditions so that it offers complete protection from all conditions. It is however slightly exposed to refracted swell waves and wind waves from the north round to northwest that makes it less comfortable. Safe access is available in all reasonable conditions, day or night and at all stages of the tide.
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Broadlands Marina

Broadlands Marina

Marina in Suffolk
Idyllically situated on Oulton Broad, Broadland Marina faces onto Oulton Broad between Suffolk’s stunning coastline and the world famous Broads National Park. Close to the UK’s most easterly town of Lowestoft, with easy access to the sea via Mutford Lock, or direct access to the Norfolk Broads. Cruising routes on the Broads are numerous and include Tingdene’s Brundall Bay Marina. Sea-going craft can make coastal trips to Southwold, Aldeburgh, and further afield. Travelling up the coast to Great Yarmouth offers a circular trip back to Broadlands Marina via the Yare and Waveney rivers.
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Brundall Bay Marina (Tingdene Marinas Ltd)

Brundall Bay Marina (Tingdene Marinas Ltd)

Marina in Norfolk
Situated on the beautiful Norfolk Broads, Brundall Bay Marina is the largest and best equipped marina on the Broads, with moorings for over 300 boats, in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Brundall Bay Marina is set in 50 acres of beautiful and peaceful parkland in an area of outstanding natural beauty with National Park status. There is a RSPB reserve beside the Marina, which is rich in wildlife. The Norfolk Broads offer 240 km of safe, tranquil and peaceful cruising and is justifiably one of Europe’s most popular inland waterways, best appreciated afloat. Cruising on the Broads is a unique experience as gently flowing rivers meander through pretty and unspoilt countryside. Also within easy reach is the north Norfolk coastline with Great Yarmouth just three hours away: and from there, for the more adventurous, there is open sea and the near continent.
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Brundall Gardens Marina

Brundall Gardens Marina

Marina in Norfolk
Brundall Gardens Marina is a family owned and operated marina located on the River Yare to the west of Brundall and just two miles to the east of Norwich, with easy access via car or rail and ample car parking. The marina has recently undergone a complete transformation providing berths suitable for boats up to 65ft with more berths on the way. BGM is in a quiet location away from the main marinas in Brundall. Set in wet woodland, it is an idyllic smugglers cove, perfect for peace and relaxation. The grounds are in the process of being landscaped to create communal picnic and fishing areas. Don't let the remote location fool you though... BGM has excellent facilities and services to rival any marina. Norwich City Centre is just 15 minutes away by car or 5 minutes by rail. Alternatively a short road or rail trip to the east will get you to Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft.
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Buckden Marina

Buckden Marina

Marina in Cambridgeshire
Welcome to Buckden Marina A perfect, picturesque riverside marina for cruisers, wide beam boats and narrowboats. With 240 fully serviced cruiser and narrowboat pontoon berths in 92 acres of Cambridgeshire countryside and next to the leafy River Great Ouse, the cruising possibilities include heading West inland or East towards the coast and North Sea. It’s hard not to smile or relax in this leafy setting, located near the pretty town of Buckden with 140 miles of river cruising opportunities. Buckden Marina provides a perfect base to explore the historic and pretty towns and rivers nearby. Situated 30 minutes from Cambridge and an hour from London, this beautiful location is one you won’t want to leave. Facilities include an onsite leisure club (with a gym, spa, tennis courts and cafe), engineering and boat sales services.
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Bucklers Hard Marina

Bucklers Hard Marina

Marina in Hampshire
Benefits & Improved Facilities Improved visitor facilities including clearly defined and separated areas, significantly reducing the overlap of visitor and resident berthing. New marina berths and moorings, increasing total capacity by an additional 66 berths. Improved access to berths with a design that complies with best-practice standards. More walk ashore pontoons provide improved safety and convenience by reducing rafting and tender usage. Upgraded electrical and other services to the marina. Pump out facilities and a new wash down the area in keeping with environmental standards. More dedicated tender storage areas
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Burnham Yacht Harbour

Burnham Yacht Harbour

Marina in Essex
The yacht harbour in Burnham on Crouch has been a major feature of this well-known sailing town since its construction in 1989. With all the services you would expect at a premier marina, the marina has never been so busy or offered so much. Our workshop includes a 35-ton travel hoist, crane lifts and a 100-ton slip. We have skilled engineers, riggers, and shipwrights and among the best grp specialists anywhere on the south east coast. From minor repair to major refit we can handle it. We have a 35-ton hoist with full remote control operation. State of the art security gates now ensures access to the pontoons is for bona fide customers only. Our shower block has been refurbished and there are now even more electrical hook ups and water outlets available for vessels stored ashore. And we don’t just cater for Classic yachts and commercial vessels, we do engine servicing, antifouling, outfitting, rigging, gel repairs, painting and much more on all manner of vessels, large and small. Let us give you a quote for your boat’s next job.
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Burton Waters Boat Sales

Burton Waters Boat Sales

Marina in Lincolnshire
Burton Waters Marina in Lincoln is a wonderfully unique marina development set in the midst of beautiful Lincolnshire countryside, adjacent to the Fossdyke Navigation Canal, and just two miles by water from the center of the historic City of Lincoln. There are fifteen acres of water space here, with easy access to the sea through Boston and the inland waterways system via the Trent. The utter joy of Burton Waters Marina is the variety of services all in one place. There’s a slipway available for assisted or self-launch, a hoist able to handle cruisers up to 40 ft, and narrow boats up to 60 ft. In addition, there’s full pump-out facilities, diesel, petrol, visitor berths and secure dry berthing ashore. All moorings (over 200) have individual access to free water and chargeable electricity, with access to toilets, washrooms, showers and laundry facilities. There is also 24-hour security with pontoon access via a security fob.
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Cabin Boatyard

Cabin Boatyard

Marina in Hampshire
I have been mooring my boats at the cabin boat Yard for a couple of years now , and always find It a nice family run business always ready to be Helpful and friendly and Ian makes a great cup of Tea or coffee, all the people down there are very friendly and always willing to give a hand or advice If needed . Chandler's,fish shop air b&b and a Chinese restaurant...
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Calcutt Boats Ltd

Calcutt Boats Ltd

Marina in Warwickshire
The two marinas 'Locks' & 'Meadows' provide two hundred & fifty leisure moorings in a gloriously tranquil setting that will prove to be a real escape from your day to day. Set in forty acres of beautifully landscaped grounds that include a number of woodland walks and picnic areas for family and friends to enjoy. Ample parking is available close to the mooring bays and each berth is fully serviced with water, electricity and Wifi. Our ‘Pavilion’ houses the laundry, wash room, showers and toilet facilities, and just outside we have a self-service pump-out facility and an elsan point. Close by is our self storage facility, for all your accoutrements that can't be stored at home or onboard. Locks is also home to our slipway and marine engineering services; including hull blacking, BSS surveys, steel work, boat launches or recovery from or to road transport and more.
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Chatham Maritime Marina

Chatham Maritime Marina

Marina in Medway
Information Chatham Maritime Marina, on the river Medway in Kent, offers first-class berthing and marina services at the heart of a multi-million-pound leisure and retail development that’s set to become a major waterfront attraction. Following expansion, the marina now has 412 berths and is close to a factory outlet shopping complex, multiscreen cinema, and numerous restaurants and bars. There's also a local convenience store stocking essential items, with other facilities planned. Boatyard facilities The marina has excellent facilities for boat repairs or maintenance work, with a dedicated DIY area, storage ashore for over 100 boats along with a 16.5-ton crane, a hydraulic boat mover and yacht cradles. There is also a purpose-built lifting dock accessible at all states of tide. You’ll find a professional, highly-qualified MDL team on hand at the yard to carry out any lifting. Both petrol and diesel are available, enabling you to make the most of your cruising rather than making special journeys for fuel. Out and about The marina is a perfect base for exploring. The Medway Estuary offers excellent cruising in the lower reaches, with many secluded anchorages, perfect for lazy lunch stops. The river is navigable for around 13 miles from its mouth at Sheerness to Rochester. For boats drawing no more than two metres, the possibilities are even greater. Further up, past Allington Lock, the river meanders through delightful countryside to Maidstone and Tonbridge. From the Medway itself, there’s the wider cruising area of the East Coast and its rivers, while Holland is 130 miles away. The historic Chatham dockyard lies next to the marina, while the attractions of Chatham, Gillingham and Rochester are only minutes away. Access is excellent, with direct road links to the M2 and Central London just 40 minutes away by rail.
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Chelsea Harbour Limited

Chelsea Harbour Limited

Marina in Hammersmith and Fulham
ABOUT US ​ Chelsea Harbour is a luxury development comprising high-end apartments, marina, 5* hotel, the world famous Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour and office space within Harbour Yard and Design Studios. We have a range of office sizes available, ranging from 450 to 1,400 square feet. There are cafes and a restaurant on site. Storage and car spaces are also available to let at Chelsea Harbour.
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Chiswick Quay Marina

Chiswick Quay Marina

Marina in Hounslow
The marina is just upstream of Chiswick Bridge (A316), on the tidal section of the Thames with access via a lock, operational up to two hours either side of high tide. There is space for over fifty boats. For availability and mooring rates, please check with the harbourmaster. Chiswick Quay Boat Club The owners of boats in the marina have their own association.
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Cobb's Quay Marina

Cobb's Quay Marina

Marina in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council
Nice place for some food with live music on some nights. Very relaxing place to visit near the boats. Casual atmosphere. Had the steak there was cooked to order and tasted good. Renting a boat out here is an ideal excursion for a group of friends or family. £150 for 3hrs, £175 for 4. They show you the ropes and you can take the boats on your own without further instructions after 15mins. you have a mobile telephone number to reach them anytime you need. Routes around Poole harbour are provided. We took the boat to Shellbay on studland and dropped some fishing lines for makerel. A really good day out.
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Colwick Marina

Colwick Marina

Marina in Nottinghamshire
Marina www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk Our popular marina* has moorings for up to 224 craft and is managed by the wardens on site. Mooring prices are based on a "per metre" length charge and we offer a range of mooring terms. Colwick park marina Marina Facilities Waste disposal facilities Pump out Slippage Toilets Gated entrance with key access for boat owners for added security
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Concoform Marine Marina

Concoform Marine Marina

Marina in Northamptonshire
Facilities / Utilities include: 16 amp power charged on a metered lead. Free water Free parking
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Coquet Yacht Club

Coquet Yacht Club

Marina in Northumberland
CYC currently has 28 riverbed fore and aft chain based moorings available for use with capacity to extend as required. Most moorings are drying moorings with a few maintaining a draft of approximately 1.2m at low water springs. Due to the type and configuration of the moorings available there is a maximum boat length of 30 feet for monohulls; but there are larger multihulls in residence on the river, and most monohulls are typically bilge keel type. There is capacity available for motor boats under 24 feet in length depending upon weight.
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Cowes Yacht Haven

Cowes Yacht Haven

Marina in Isle of Wight
Whether you are looking to berth, store or repair your boat, attend one of the numerous annual boating events or entertain corporate clients in a unique setting, Cowes Yacht Haven has it all. Cowes Yacht Haven not only provides berthing, but also offers an array of on-site services available to its visitors, all located within close proximity of the berths. Our full-service marina offers lift and launch services, boat repairs and storage on-site, and berths are available year-round.
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Cowroast Waterside & Marina

Cowroast Waterside & Marina

Marina in Hertfordshire
A picturesque base on the Grand Union Canal Situated on the Tring Summit of the Grand Union Canal, Cowroast Waterside & Marina offers you a secure mooring in picturesque surroundings. Cowroast is a good base as it's on a lock-free stretch of canal, it’s also a perfect spot for cruising with friends and enjoying the views. Surrounded by fields and footpaths, with the local towns a short drive or bus journey away, you might be surprised to discover that that the nearest town, Tring, is just 46-minutes from London by train. The name Cowroast comes from "Cow Rest" and it was where the Romans would rest cattle on their way to Londinium. A Roman helmet found locally is in the BriMoorings at Cowroast Waterside and Marina At Cowroast Waterside & Marina you are moored in a safe and secure berth with a range of facilities onsite and nearby and a friendly team on hand to help, whenever you need them. Here are your mooring options at Cowroast marina: Leisure mooring: 69 berths, great for spending holidays and long weekends on your boat Residential mooring: 36 berths, for permanent waterside living Visitor mooring: please book two weeks prior to required date Winter mooring: berths for continuous cruisers who need a safe haven for the winter. Please contact us to check availability. Winter mooring offers - Join us for a winter mooring this season and enjoy a host of Aquavista benefits when you take a month to 6 month contract between 1 October - 31 March 2021. Available at Cowroast Waterside & Marina for a monthly price per metre of £23.00 Berths at Cowroast Marina are suitable for narrowbeam craft (6ft 10in). There is no access for widebeam craft over 10ft 5in.tish Museum.
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Crick Marina

Crick Marina

Marina in Northamptonshire
Welcome to Crick Marina Since opening in 1996, Crick Marina's unspoilt and central location has quickly made it one of the most sought-after marinas in the country. Despite its convenient position just a mile from the M1 and close to the bustling towns of Rugby and Northampton, Crick is deliciously peaceful. The moment you arrive it is easy to melt into the slower, more leisurely pace with friendly fellow boaters and helpful staff. Crick Marina enjoys a unique character, with all the traits of a traditional country retreat that enjoys modern facilities, a professional, knowledgeable team and on site marine services. Since 2000 we are proud to have hosted the famous Crick Boat show. Crick has 270 fully serviced berths across 2 basins, suitable for narrowboats and cruisers. Based on the Grand Union Canal on a 21-mile lock-free pound it provides relaxed weekends and easy access to all major cruising routes. The marina benefits a fully enclosed dry dock, managed by Crick Docking Services and a boat brokerage operated in conjunction with ABNB Ltd. Berth holders can also enjoy FREE Wi-Fi and FREE weekend passes for Crick Boat Show, held every year on the second May Bank Holiday Weekend.
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Cropredy Marina Ltd

Cropredy Marina Ltd

Marina in Oxfordshire
Welcome to Cropredy Marina Set in the glorious Oxfordshire countryside, just 5 miles north of Banbury, lies the delightful Cropredy Marina. This charming, immaculately maintained marina has 350 berths, set across 3 wide basins, suitable for all sizes of narrowboat. Its generous proportions allow ease of manoeuvrability for all size of vessel. All pontoons are fully serviced providing electricity, water and wi-fi, with diesel, gas, coal, pump-out, and elsan available at the service quay. We have 50 ‘Platinum’ berths in our new Swan basin, read more in the tab above. The marina lies within walking distance of the attractive village of Cropredy, famous for the annual Fairport Convention music festival. The village has excellent amenities, including two pubs, a general store, doctor’s surgery and the Mulberry Cafe, located just off the village green. Cropredy Marina, situated on the southern Oxford Canal, has 350 berths, set across 2 wide basins, suitable for all sizes of narrowboat and cruiser. It’s generous proportions allow ease of manoeuvrability for all size of vessel. All the pontoons are fully serviced providing electricity, water and wi-fi, with diesel, gas, coal, pump-out, and elsan available at the service quay.
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Crow point slip way

Crow point slip way

Marina in Devon
This is a small slip way. Only use a 4x4 for access. Deep mud 50m from road
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Dart Harbour and Navigation Authority (DHNA)

Dart Harbour and Navigation Authority (DHNA)

Marina in Devon
We welcome yachts, motorboats, tall ships, and super yachts along with the occasional cruise liner. The harbour's deep water and the beautiful towns and villages nearby make it a perfect place to visit for a few days or longer. Contact Dart Harbour on VHF Channel 11 call sign 'DartNav' first before entering the harbour.
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Dart Marina Yacht Harbour

Dart Marina Yacht Harbour

Marina in Devon
A warm welcome to all boat owners and their crews. Our yacht harbour on the River Dart has a first class position within Dartmouth's spectacular deep-water estuary. Entering between two castles, you almost gasp at the stunning hillsides suddenly visible. Colourful houses stack up from the shore, softened by woods and gardens. You see the grand park and facade of Britannia Royal Naval College, one of England's great maritime vistas. Dart Marina waterfront soon catches the eye, with its luxurious houses overlooking the yacht harbour. Our hotel, restaurant and terrace all have fabulous river views. Visitors berths We usually have berths available for visiting boats, whether for a night or two or for booked holiday periods. Our yacht harbour is an idyllic base for family boating holidays, with an enticing choice of day trips up the River Dart or out to the glorious beaches and anchorages around Start Bay.
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Darthaven Marina

Darthaven Marina

Marina in Devon
Our 270 berth Marina has grown over the past 30 years, and we continue to pride ourselves on the services we offer. The reason for our success is ensuring our berth holders, visitors and service customers feel they have received an enjoyable, relaxing and efficient experience. Available All Year Around Visiting Dartmouth either in the height of the summer or the depth of winter is always a pleasure. Dartmouth and Kingswear are regarded as having some of the most beautiful coastline and surrounding countryside in the UK. Upon entering the mouth of the River Dart, immediately you aware of the rolling hills and historic landmarks. Darthaven is the first Marina located on the starboard side of the river. Due to a very high number of visiting boats throughout the year, we would always advise you to call ahead, ensuring one of our Marina team is aware of your planned arrival. However, due to this high demand we are unfortunately unable to reserve berths in advance during the summer months but will always do our upmost to accommodate vessels of all sizes up to 20 meters (65ft.). Contact us on VHF channel 80 or 01803 752545 or 01803 752242 (option1) Dedicated visitors pontoon berthing up to 40 boats Wi-Fi, Electricity & Water
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Dartmouth Yacht Club

Dartmouth Yacht Club

Marina in Devon
Located on Dartmouth's South Embankment, we have a fine clubhouse with spectacular views of the river and its mouth. Together with our bar and dining facilities, we have an extensive fleet of small boats / kayaks for the use of members. FACILITIES FOR VISITORS Dartmouth Yacht Club welcomes members, visiting boat owners, guests, families and dogs on leads to our Clubhouse, on the South Embankment, with its panoramic views of the busy working harbour. Facilities include hot showers, free wireless internet connection, on-line weather forecasts, hot and cold food most lunchtimes and evenings throughout the season and a warm and friendly greeting is always assured at our bar. Our Gun Room is also available for private function hire. The Dartmouth Yacht Club is accessible at all states of the tide.
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Deacons Marina and Boatyard

Deacons Marina and Boatyard

Marina in Hampshire
We popped in to view a couple of boats and both the marina staff and the sales office staff were very welcoming and friendly. We were allowed to use the marina toilets, which were really nice and clean; each cubicle has a shower, sink and toilet. There was also a nice looking cafe with people sat outside and, of course, having the chandlery on site must be a big plus point for boat owners. Altogether, a very positive experience!
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Debbage Yachting & Marina

Debbage Yachting & Marina

Marina in Suffolk
We offer a high-quality service for all aspects of boating. Moorings and storage, as well as full boatyard facilities including cranage, servicing and repairs. Debbage Yachting is a small, friendly family business on the River Orwell near Ipswich town centre
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Derby Motor Boat Club

Derby Motor Boat Club

Marina in Derbyshire
We have lock gates above and below our moorings and so the level of water is controlled to a considerable degree. There is still some rise and fall depending on the water levels but nowhere near the variation that would occur if we were actually on the river. We accommodate around 130 boats on individually allocated moorings most of which are stagings projecting into the waterway. The moorings stretch for about one third of a mile along the bank of the canal and go back about 80 yards. They are fully grassed and a tarmac road runs the whole length of the moorings.
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Diglis Waterside & Marina

Diglis Waterside & Marina

Marina in Worcestershire
Mooring in England’s historic heartland At Diglis, you are moored in the beautiful cathedral city of Worcester in the heart of the English shires. This historic and beautiful city is surrounded by quintessentially English rural landscapes and charming towns and villages. With a rich heritage and culture, fine architecture and a vibrant city life, Worcester is a great spot for mooring, whether you are a leisure boater enjoying this beautiful part of the world or a residential berth holder making Worcester your home. Diglis Waterside and Marina is at the junction of Birmingham and Worcester Canal and the River Seven. It’s on the Stourport Ring, a 74-mile river and canal loop popular with leisure boaters and cruisers. The marina has a modern feel and is the perfect ‘town and country’ mooring. Moorings at Diglis Waterside and Marina At Diglis Marina, enjoy a secure mooring with a good range of facilities onsite and nearby, and our friendly team on hand to help. Here are your mooring options at Diglis Marina: Leisure mooring: 42 berths, great for spending holidays and long weekends on your boat Residential mooring: 62 berths, for permanent waterside living Winter mooring: berths for continuous cruisers who need a safe haven for the winter. Please contact us to check availability. Diglis is a small but popular marina and it is good to plan ahead if you would like to secure a mooring. Make an enquiry below to find out more
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Dolphin Haven marina

Dolphin Haven marina

Marina in Devon
​​Located in a secluded, drying creek near Galmpton.​​​ Mooring and support facilities for the boat owner who seeks an alternative to the crowded marinas. Tidal pontoon moorings; walk ashore & remote Each berth includes parking space for one car Toilet & Shower facilities provided free of charge Facilities to over winter boats or store ashore all year Complete marine engineering and refit services Repairs and refitting to a high standard High pressure wash off & anti-fouling Gel coat repairs Full re-gels Mast storage Mast work
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Doncaster Wharf

Doncaster Wharf

Marina in Doncaster
Doncaster Wharf is a bustling small off-line mooring situated in the centre of Doncaster on the Sheffield & South Yorkshire Navigation. The site provides boaters with a perfect base to explore the 43 miles of navigations around the River Don, which connect Sheffield, Rotherham and Doncaster with the River Trent at Keadby. Site is configured on a herringbone layout and provides space for up to 12 vessels moored against finger pontoons.
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Dover Marina

Dover Marina

Marina in Kent
What a massive harbour Dover harbour is. The outermost part of the harbour is affected by the tide. The inner harbour(marina) has gate's on it to keep the water in it as the tide goes out. Dover harbour has all the facilities a harbour needs,including a boat crane. Ample parking for visitors. So much is going on,if you have no boat no problem just enjoy.
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Dunchurch Pools Marina

Dunchurch Pools Marina

Marina in Northamptonshire
Dunchurch Pools has been designed by the architects responsible for the Eden Project in Cornwall and the Padre Pio Cathedral in Italy, working in partnership with the landscape architects who created the most recent Wetland & Wildfowl Trust nature reserves.
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East Cowes Marina

East Cowes Marina

Marina in Isle of Wight
Marina for yachts and motor all tide access very sheltered
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Egerton Navigation

Egerton Navigation

Marina in Halton
COVID-19 Update - Please read We are open, but following the Government's latest update on the COVID-19 Pandemic we will only be open for essential items. Please call in advance so we can confirm your needs can be met (07877492642). Currently we have a good supply of solid fuel & a reasonable supply of Calor gas. We can also offer pump out services. We can only accept card payments or bank transfers during this time, NO CASH please. If anyone is struggling for secure moorings during the lockdown, please let us know and we'll see what we can do.
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Emsworth Yacht Harbour

Emsworth Yacht Harbour

Marina in Hampshire
Emsworth Yacht Harbour is one of the features making Emsworth arguably the most beautiful town in Hampshire. It is certainly our most popular choice to visit. Such lovely walks and even in inclement weather, there’s always an abundance of great views and bird life.A lovely little marina to visit with a really nice little village with cosy pubs. Good Indian restaurant too. Access to marina very tidal though so do your homework, shallow draft vessels only
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Evesham Marina

Evesham Marina

Marina in Worcestershire
Welcome to Evesham Marina. Evesham Marina is located on the tranquil banks of Shakespeares River Avon and offers some of the prettiest countryside in the UK. Our Marina is safe and secure 365 days a year. Gated access, ample parking and all moorings feature 230v electric and free water. Evesham Marina provides excellent boatyard services for you to maintain, service, paint or refurbish your canal boat. Alongside the services offered we also carry a wide range of engineering and servicing supplies, making it a one-stop shop for all your boating needs, whether you do the work yourself or use our experienced staff skilled in boat mechanics, carpentry, electrics, plumbing and heating.
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Fairies Hill Moorings Ltd

Fairies Hill Moorings Ltd

Marina in Leeds
Here at Fairies Hill Moorings Ltd we offer safe, secure and secluded moorings for you and your boat. We have our main site ‘Fairies Hill’ and we now have our new sister site ‘Altofts Cut’ finger moorings for the smaller boats. We accommodate all types of boats!
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Falmouth

Falmouth

Marina in Cornwall
Falmouth Harbour is one of the largest natural deep-water harbours in the world and just outside Falmouth, in the sheltered waters of the Fal Estuary, sits Falmouth Marina. Set in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty the estuary offers up twelve miles of glorious boating water
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Falmouth Haven

Falmouth Haven

Marina in Cornwall
Nestled between the water and the lively town centre, our modern marina has gated access and can accommodate any craft up to 16m in length. Open to both visitors and annual berth holders, our marina is ideally situated in the heart of Falmouth with easy access to local shops, restaurants and other amenities. Berth holders benefit from full access to shoreside facilities as well as our free Wi-Fi. Our pontoons are complete with electric services which are charged separately via payment card, and water hoses which are free to use. Just a short stroll up the bridge you will find our laundry and bathroom facilities which are open 24hrs a day and cleaned regularly. There are waste disposal facilities also available for marina users, which include both general waste and recycling.
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Fambridge Yacht Haven

Fambridge Yacht Haven

Marina in Essex
Welcome to Fambridge Yacht Haven Set in the peaceful Essex countryside, we're proud to offer a range of comprehensive range of boating services combined with first-class service. All this from our village location on the scenic River Crouch. A safe haven and a warm welcome Whether you're looking to stay for the day, the night or the year, you're in safe hands at Fambridge. We pride ourselves on our customer service and the safety of you, your crew and your boat. Pop in for a night or longer North Fambridge is a peaceful retreat for families, rallies and solo-travellers. From fine riverside walks to country pubs and plenty of children's attractions, there's so much to discover! We offer discounts for week and monthly visitor stays, allowing you to explore the area at your leisure. With a direct trainline to London, you can even leave your boat at Fambridge for a short time, safe in the knowledge our Haven Team will keep a close eye on it.
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Farndon Marina

Farndon Marina

Marina in Nottinghamshire
Offering easy access to Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire navigations, Farndon Marina is an excellent choice for high quality moorings in the Midlands. With over 300 berths set in 25 acres of scenic countryside, you will discover a wealth of opportunity for exploring the River Trent and the nearby historic town of Newark.
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Fazeley Mill Marina

Fazeley Mill Marina

Marina in Staffordshire
We offer moorings all year round for boats up to 70 feet with the option to pay annually or by monthly Direct Debit. A great place to stay! Here at Fazeley Mill, we provide great quality berths for the long, or short term complete with a high level of site security, free parking, toilets, showers and metered electricity to everyone.
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Fenny Marina Ltd

Fenny Marina Ltd

Marina in Warwickshire
Fenny Marina has been in operation since the 1970s. We have all worked hard over the past few years to upgrade, improve and transform Fenny into a beautiful marina that is warm and welcoming. We always strive to be accommodating, and take your security very seriously. We want our tenants to feel safe and to have the peace of mind you seek when mooring at a private marina: your welfare and happiness when mooring with us is our number one priority. Some modern marinas lose their personal touch, but we intend to continue running a friendly business with a peaceful atmosphere, offering fantastic personal service from a small, dedicated team with an open door policy. Please put us to the test - we offer a warm welcome!
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Fleetwood Haven Marina

Fleetwood Haven Marina

Marina in Lancashire
FLEETWOOD HAVEN MARINA Located within a sheltered enclosed dock, The marina offers 266 fully serviced berths, a 75 tonne boat hoist, laundry & luxury toilet/shower facilities. We are members of the 'TransEurope Marinas' giving our permanent berth holders 50% discount for up to five consecutive days at many marinas across europe (See attached map)(https://fleetwoodhavenmarina.co.uk/admin/content/files/TRANSEUROPE%20MAP.jpg Please visit their website to find out more TransEurope Marinas and obtain contact details for associated members: www.transeuropemarinas.com An ideal base from which to cruise Morecambe Bay, Whitehaven, Mary Port, Piel Island and Isle of Man. There's 4 local Yacht Clubs - Fleetwood Harbour Yacth Club - Contact the Secretary on secretary@fhyc.co.uk and for membership contact membership@fhyc.co.uk & River Wyre Yacht Club - Hon. Secretary - Annette Price Tel 01253 883885 & Blackpool and Fleetwood Yacht Club - membership@bfyc.org.uk & Wardleys Marine Yacht Club - WMYCSecretary@gmail.com PORT APPROACHES The sea channel is marked with buoys and lit (see attached chart) with sufficient depth for yachts at most states of tide. Call Fleetwood Dock Radio on VHF Channel 12 (Tel 01253 872351) for permission to enter the dock channel. Yachts can enter or depart, the marina up to 1 ½ hours either side of high water depending on tide heights and weather conditions, we do offer additional lock in/outs during the sailing season allowing you longer sailing time’s.
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Folly Inn Moorings

Folly Inn Moorings

Marina in Isle of Wight
Pontoons adjacent to the Folly Inn. Used by the Multihull community before Round The Island race each year . Friendly pub with lots of yachties but also locals . Water taxi available to Cowes
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Fosdyke Yacht Haven

Fosdyke Yacht Haven

Marina in Lincolnshire
INFORMATION Services Pontoon Moorings Slurry Blasting (Farrow System for safe removal of antifouling paint) Storage outside Storage under cover 50 Ton Travel Hoist 15 Ton Crane for mast stepping Cherry Picker Access platform for mast head repairs
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Fox's Marina & Boatyard

Fox's Marina & Boatyard

Marina in Suffolk
Fox’s Marina,Ipswich is a small, independently run marina offering great value berthing for yachts and motorboats. As part of a large, working boatyard, we have extensive and skilled boat handling capability, as well as an experienced, in-house yacht refit and repair team – so there are very few technical issues we can’t find a solution to! Our friendly team offers a truly personal service to each and every one of our customers – calling upon our outstanding facilities, as well as our wide-ranging skillset to meet your needs and expectations. With extensive on-site facilities including two travel hoists and purpose built mast and spar racks for secure storage, as well as fuel, water, electricity, free Wifi, showers and toilets and CCTV, Fox’s Marina offers everything you need in one, convenient place. Very accessible location on the River Orwell Fox’s Marina is set in a very accessible location on the River Orwell within an area of outstanding natural beauty. Providing 100 pontoon berths, ashore storage for over 200 vessels, easy access at all states of the tide with no lock gates and extensive on site facilities, Fox’s Marina is secure, accommodating and perfectly equipped to provide a first class service. We’re also conveniently located for access by road (via A12 and A14) and rail, with Ipswich railway station under two miles away.
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Freeman's Wharf Boatyard

Freeman's Wharf Boatyard

Marina in Cornwall
Freeman’s Wharf Boatyard consists of 45 half tide berths with a further 40 hard standing berths available for yachts up to 15 m. BERTHING Berthing is available on a weekly, monthly or annual basis, with prices quoted on size of vessel and length of stay. Electricity, fresh water, toilet and shower facilities are also available at extra cost. The marina is a secure facility, accessible throughout the year by key and motion-sensing CCTV in operation. Keys are issued to berth holders upon arrival.
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Friars Goose Watersports Club

Friars Goose Watersports Club

Marina in Newcastle upon Tyne
Services for your mooring in our club. We have facilities and services in the area for the navigator.
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Galgate Waterside & Marina

Galgate Waterside & Marina

Marina in Lancashire
A pretty marina with lock-free cruising Galgate Waterside and Marina is situated on the Lancaster Canal, notable for being close to the coast and lock-free. In a picturesque setting at the edge of the village, it’s in a great location for exploring the north west, or for simply relaxing with a glass of wine on your boat. Galgate is a well-serviced marina, and the absence of locks on the canal makes it ideal if you enjoy weekend and holiday cruising. It is convenient for Lancaster, Preston and Blackpool, as well as the Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District. Moorings at Galgate Waterside and Marina At Galgate Marina you have the peace of mind of knowing that you are moored in a safe and secure berth with a range of facilities onsite and nearby. Our friendly team are on hand to help you when you need them. Here are your mooring options at Galgate Waterside & Marina: Leisure mooring: 62 berths, great for spending holidays and long weekends on your boat Residential mooring: 26 berths, for permanent waterside living Visitor mooring: please book ahead to secure a berth for a short-term stopover Winter mooring: berths for continuous cruisers who need a safe haven for the winter. Please contact us to check availability. Winter mooring offers - Join us for a winter mooring this season and enjoy a host of Aquavista benefits when you take a month to 6 month contract between 1 October - 31 March 2021. Available at Galgate Waterside & Marina for a monthly price per metre of £20.27
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Gallions Point Marina Ltd

Gallions Point Marina Ltd

Marina in Newham
Leisure Marina/Working Boat Yard. Independent Family run business Established 28 years ago...when The Royal Albert Docks were left abandoned & derelict!
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Garstang Marina

Garstang Marina

Marina in Lancashire
GARSTANG MARINA - MOORINGS & MARINA ON THE LANCASTER CANAL Garstang Marina is situated on the Lancaster Canal in the North West of England. It is positioned approximately midway on the Canal Network and within close proximity to the picturesque market town of Garstang. The Marina offers both tranquillity and accessibility, being close to the main A6 Road and Motorway Network. The twelve acres of beautifully landscaped grounds encompassed within raised surroundings offer an ideal sheltered location to spend your leisure time. The Marina has 270 moorings which can accommodate Narrowboats, Wide Beams and Cruisers.
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Gayton Marina

Gayton Marina

Marina in Northamptonshire
Take a narrowboat holiday from Gayton Marina with boats from 2 – 12 people. We also offer day hire from £99. We offer moorings all year round for boats up to 70 feet with the option to pay annually or by monthly Direct Debit.
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Glasson Waterside & Marina

Glasson Waterside & Marina

Marina in Lancashire
Where the Lancaster Canal meets the sea Glasson Waterside & Marina lies in a secure and well sheltered location at Glasson, a working sea port on the north west coast near to the historical city of Lancaster. Here, on the wildlife-rich Lune Estuary, where the Lancaster Canal meets the sea, you can enjoy views north across Morecambe Bay to the fells of the Lake District and south to Blackpool Tower. With easy access to the M6, it’s a peaceful, unspoilt area. The opportunities for canal, river and coastal cruising, make it a great choice for your weekend and holiday getaways. Glasson Marine Services is our very own experienced team of marine engineers. They are there to help you ensure that your boat is kept or returned to the very best condition. Our team offer a wide range of services and have over 30 years of dedicated professional experience in repair, paintwork, rigging and much more. Moorings at Glasson Waterside and Marina At Glasson Waterside & Marina you have the peace of mind of knowing that you are moored in a safe and secure berth, with a wide range of facilities. Our friendly team are on hand to help you when you need them. Here are your mooring options at the marina: Leisure mooring: 156 berths, great for spending holidays and long weekends on your boat Visitor mooring: please book ahead to secure a berth for a short-term stopover Winter mooring: berths for continuous cruisers who need a safe haven for the winter. Please contact us to check availability. Please provide us with 48 hours’ notice for lock passage in or out of Glasson Marina. We also have hard standing available here at Glasson Waterside & Marina.
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Goole Boathouse

Goole Boathouse

Marina in East Yorkshire
Goole Boathouse is a marina established in 1993 and located in a basin beside the Aire and Calder Canal close to the commercial port of Goole. Mooring is to modern floating pontoons which can only be approached by a security gate, making Goole Boathouse one of the safest places to keep a boat in Yorkshire. There are 150 moorings of various lengths giving suitable berths for motor cruisers, fishing vessels, yachts and narrowboats. The marina has a slipway, where boats can be hauled out of the water, and a dry dock suitable for larger vessels. Also, there is a well stocked chandlery for marine items. Diesel, bottled gas and coal are stocked. The marina provides a convenient base for cruising the waterways of Yorkshire, as well as giving easy access to the Humber Estuary.
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Grimsby & Cleethorpes Yacht Club

Grimsby & Cleethorpes Yacht Club

Marina in North East Lincolnshire
Thinking of visiting us? We welcome visiting yachts and usually can offer a pontoon berth with shore power and water for as little as £10 per night. We can offer a penn or free flow entry via locks into the Royal Dock at any state of the tide with prior notice. Please contact the Moorings Officer, Simon Winship on 07718159599 or Rear Commodore Cruiser, Christian Shackles on 07456958895 You can be assured of a warm and friendly welcome at the clubhouse which has a bar, kitchen and shower and toilet facilities. There is easy walking access to town centre pubs, restaurants etc.
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Grove Lock Marina

Grove Lock Marina

Marina in Buckinghamshire
A great place to stay! Here at Grove Lock, we provide quality berths for the long, or short term complete with a high level of site security, free parking, toilets, showers and metered electricity to every one of our berths. We also have 27 caravan pitches available on our beautiful site, including 5 Caravan & Motorhome Club pitches and some all-weather pitches.
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Hainsworths Boatyard

Hainsworths Boatyard

Marina in Bradford
Situated above the Five Rise Locks on the Leeds Liverpool canal, in Bingley for over 60 years. providing canal barge and boat owners moorings, goods and services We specialize in maintenance, engineering, welding and alterations as well as narrowboat hull blacking, GRP repairs and engine services We have always been a boating family, so we really understand and care about your boating needs
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Hamble Point Marina

Hamble Point Marina

Marina in Hampshire
Great Marina with all possible services, shipchandler, metal workshop the sailmaker is just a call away. The harbour master is great. Beautiful place for a short walk, with views of woods, heathland, estuary and Hamble River plus sailing boats. You can walk to picturesque Hamble village too, for a meal, drink or snack.
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Hamble Yacht Services

Hamble Yacht Services

Marina in Hampshire
Hamble Yacht Services has a full berth at the Hamble River Marina, giving you quick access to the Solent in all states of the tide. Permanent bunks are available while visitors will be warmly welcomed, either overnight or during the summer. Year-round berth just minutes from the Solent Full service shipyard facilities Securely monitored 24 hours a day, 7 days a week Modern shower block, parking lot and cafeteria.
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Hambleden Marina Ltd

Hambleden Marina Ltd

Marina in Buckinghamshire
Moorings & Storage Enjoy the friendly atmosphere of an independent, family operated marina, situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty where the Hambleden valley meets the river Thames near Henley. We offer a range of picturesque moorings and storage options suitable for classic launches, cruisers, canoes and small craft as well as some narrow boats and widebeams. Some of our mainland moorings are now upgraded to floating pontoons making an ideal shelter for larger boats over the winter; with year round water and electricity. Our Mainland Moorings Our mainland moorings are some of the best on the Thames combining convenience, security and beautiful surroundings. These moorings are priced around £430 per meter per annum inc. VAT. This includes time on the hard for the winter with services or craning additional. Please note that a minimum charge of 7 metres does apply; however this can be reduced for smaller boats in some moorings at our discretion. Island Moorings Our island moorings are nearly all floating and offer the same great location, just a short paddle from our slipway in one of our dinghies. These are priced at around £255 per metre per annum inc. VAT. This includes time on the hard for the winter with services or craning additional. Please note that a minimum charge of 7 metres does apply; however this can be reduced for smaller boats in some moorings at our discretion.
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HAMMERTONS FERRY

HAMMERTONS FERRY

Marina in Richmond upon Thames
Moorings are available for both long & short-term rent. Marina Maintenance We understand the Importance of keeping on top of maintenance, identifying and fixing issues before they become more serious. With a wealth of experience and skillset across multiple areas we can put your mind at ease. Hammerton Ferry's service
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Hampton Riviera Marina & Boatyard

Hampton Riviera Marina & Boatyard

Marina in Surrey
Nestled along the banks of the River Thames and surrounded by the thrilling historical past of King Henry the VIII and natural landscape lies this beautiful Boatyard and Marina resort, an inviting paradise for you to treasure. The Marina and Boatyard provides a truly magnificent combination of luxury leisure accommodation coupled with the unique benefits of the local “village style” delights. The Marina has been designed with the highest standards of mooring facilities and services. In addition we provide private transport and leisure facilities exclusively for the members of this Riviera Resort, thus making Hampton Riviera standout from the rest. Located just minutes away from Hampton Court Palace, is this very unique promenade of cafes and exquisite restaurants to satisfy the most discerning and demanding clientele. One of the most famous landmarks neighboring Hampton Riviera is the historic Hampton Court Palace. Surrounding the Palace you’ll find a plethora of leisurely pursuits to enjoy, including, golf, horse racing and water sports to name but a few. Hampton Riviera Boatyard and Marina benefits from an excellent range of transport links providing easy access for both national and international travel, either by air, land or water
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Harefield Marina

Harefield Marina

Marina in Hillingdon
We have 220 non-residential, rural moorings for cruisers and narrowboats in a secluded countryside setting. 7-Day Services 9.00a.m. to 5.30 pm (5.00 pm in Winter We are situated at: Bridge 180, Grand Union Canal Harefield, Middlesex 5 minutes from M25 / M40. Only one day's cruising from the River Thames.
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Hartford Marina

Hartford Marina

Marina in Cambridgeshire
Set within the peace and tranquillity of the Huntingdonshire countryside, Hartford Marina offers a rural retreat from the busy life that surrounds it. Close to the market towns of Huntingdon and St Ives, plus with direct access to London, Cambridge and Peterborough, it is the perfect place to forget the stresses and strains of daily life. With over 200 fixed and floating moorings available for river and canal boats of all sizes, Hartford focuses on making berthing simple and comfortable. Recent investment in the marina facilities means you can sit back and enjoy the pleasures of the waterside lifestyle, safe in the knowledge that you’re getting the best possible service. Get a bite to eat at the Hartford Mill pub and carvery, just a short walk from the Marina Office, or enjoy a quiz night or some yoga at the onsite social club. With a full calendar of events taking place throughout the year you’ll never be short of something to do. So, whether you are looking for a few hours away from it all, a weekend afloat, or a home from which to commute to work during the working week, Hartford Marina has the answer. As your gateway to the River Great Ouse, it is the ideal point from which to explore one of Britain’s lesser discovered waterways. With tributaries to the river Cam, Lark, Little Ouse and Wissey you’ll have 140 miles of navigable canals and rivers through peaceful countryside and attractive rural villages and towns to uncover. What are you waiting for? If you would like to know more about our facilities and services, then please visit or contact us – we are open seven days a week – to see how we can offer you a complete boating experience. Opening hours Monday to Friday: 9am to 5pm Summer Saturdays: 9am to 5pm Sundays: 10am to 5pm Winter Saturdays: 10am to 4pm Sundays: 10am to 4pm
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Hartlepool Marina

Hartlepool Marina

Marina in Hartlepool
Hartlepool Marina is a popular and multi-award winning visitor destination, promoting our 'Dock for All' spirit and providing up to 500 fully serviced pontoon berths along with a variety of renowned services including: Shipyard and 40 Ton Travel Hoist Fuel pontoon Dry docks Amenity blocks with restrooms, showers, and laundry Boat sales and brokerage And an exciting variety of water activities, all surrounded by a cosmopolitan mix of bistros, bars, restaurants, and entertainment options.
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Harwich Haven

Harwich Haven

Marina in Essex
The mooring facilities at Ha’penny pier will be open from Monday 28 March to 31 October 2022. Visiting leisure vessels up to 20 metres length overall (LOA) can use the facilities at Ha’penny pier pontoons for a maximum stay of 72 hours. Moorings cannot be booked in advance as we operate on a first come first served basis. Be advised that vessels may be double or triple berthed if the mooring facility is busy and prevailing conditions are suitable. As shown on the diagram above, the outside berths are prioritised for larger vessels and the inside berths are predominately for smaller crafts. Leisure vessels must not moor in the harbour ferry or unloading areas, which are clearly marked on the map. Ha’penny Pier is manned by a pier master between the hours of 0800 and 1100 and 1300 and 1800 (including weekends and bank holidays). Overseas visitors wishing to use the facilities on Ha’penny Pier should follow the advice issued by the UK Government before travelling. In addition to notifying Border Force of your intentions to enter the UK you much also make a custom declaration to the HMRC National Yachtline +44 (0) 300 123 2012 before disembarking your vessel. https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/custom-rules-for-sailing-your-pleasure-craft-to-from-and-within-uk-waters
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Haslar Marina (BoatFolk)

Haslar Marina (BoatFolk)

Marina in Hampshire
Large well established marina catering to sail and power boats up to and beyond 20m. A range of services offered including haul out and hull clean, engine service and repair, valeting, general maintenance. Berths avail me on short and long term basis. Ideally located at the entrance to Portsmouth Harbour. No fuel available, go next door to Gosport Marina.
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Hermitage Community Moorings

Hermitage Community Moorings

Marina in Tower Hamlets
Hermitage Community Moorings is situated at Hermitage Wharf, which is located at the entrance to the former London Docks, 600 metres downstream from Tower Bridge on the north bank. The nearest stations are Tower Hill (Tube)—a 13 min walk, and Wapping High Street (Overground)—a 10 min walk. Walk down Wapping High Street – the entrance to number 16 is set back from the road, up some steps (next to Smiths restaurant), at the east side of the memorial gardens, down a narrow bridge where there is an entrance gate with buzzer. If you have a booking enquiry, or wish to speak to the Moorings Manager, please call between the hours of 10am-5pm during weekdays. Otherwise, please leave a message on the answering machine. Hermitage Community Moorings (HCM) is a co-operative which built, owns, and operates a mooring on the Thames in Wapping, next to the Memorial Gardens that overlook the river at what used to be known as Hermitage Wharf. The mooring provides berths for up to 23 vessels: enabling a mixture of long term residential live-aboard use and short term visitor boat use. HCM provides well-managed river access for local people, including educational and recreational facilities. HCM was created by a small, dedicated community over the course of about 6 years and is the first development of its kind on the Thames for more than a generation. The co-operative members entirely self-funded the planning, design, management, construction, installation, and operation of the moorings. The infrastructure is designed to create a small, close-knit community of people committed to boat use and the preservation of historic craft. Part of its ambition is to ensure traditional river craft (e.g. sailing barges, tugs and motor craft) remain part of the Wapping landscape for future generations – and to create a local landmark that promotes Wapping’s historic links with the river. HCM is grateful for the support of numerous individuals, including more than 1000 local Wapping residents, and many owners of significant historic vessels, and in addition the following organisations: Heritage Afloat The Museum of London The Pool of London Partnerships St. Peter’s London Docks CE Primary The Port of London Authority Bigland Green Primary School The Environment Agency Westminster Petroleum
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Highway Marine

Highway Marine

Marina in Kent
Moorings This Sandwich marina boasts a wonderful position in the heart of medieval Sandwich. If you are looking for a secure Sandwich marina with floating pontoon berths, electricity and water and free parking – and yet with a relaxed rural feel, then Highway Mairne is the place for you. The moorings are located just up stream of the Toll bridge in Sandwich town centre. We also have moorings further upstream at Richborough and at Oare Creek near Faversham. We have a total of 90 river based moorings of different types, suitable for boats up to 80 feet. Some of the berths dry out at low tides, others stay afloat at all states of the tide. If you are looking for the best of both worlds then our Sandwich marina offers just that, with access to the sea in just 30 minutes, but also with 15 miles of beautiful river and countryside to explore upstream almost as far as Canterbury. If you have never moored in tidal river or indeed never owned a boat before, Highway Marine staff are pleased to offer boat handling advice and tuition. For hardstanding customers there is access to power and water throughout the site and there is ample space to accommodate boats of any size. Locked gates, floodlights and lit free parking add to security. For our full list of boatyard services please click on Boatyard Services So whether you are on the water or busy restoring your pride and joy we hope you will enjoy the friendly boatyard atmosphere and the beautiful Cinque Port. For sailing yachts and other large boats heading out to sea the bridge can be swung 24hrs a day with one hours notice by calling 01843 582616 and there is no charge for this service.
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Hilperton Marina

Hilperton Marina

Marina in Wiltshire
We have 15 strategically located marinas around England & Wales providing boating holidays, day hire, moorings, narrowboat repairs and maintenance, caravan and camping sites and holiday cottages. Free temporary moorings at other ABC locations while you’re cruising (Subject to availability). Moorings are available at Hilperton for the long or short term, subject to availability. We are a hire base, but also have a vast amount of moorings to accommodate overnight stays, or week long respites. Winter moorings are available subject to space.
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Home Berth - Gosport Marina

Home Berth - Gosport Marina

Marina in Hampshire
GOSPORT - PREMIER MARINA
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Huggins Marine Ltd -Carbeile Wharf

Huggins Marine Ltd -Carbeile Wharf

Marina in Cornwall
Huggins Bros Marina Group offers a whole range of Marine Services and facilities including Dry Storage, Lifting, Workshops, Container Storage, Brokerage and more. At Carbeile Wharf we can provide you with first class boat storage, with easy access from the River Tamar just inside the Plymouth Sound. If you are looking for boat storage in the South West of England, then make us your first port of call. Cornwall and Devon are perhaps the best cruising ground in Britain with superb natural harbours, quiet coves with superb beaches, and an ever-increasing number of attractions off the boat as well. If you normally cruise another area, why not bring your boat here at the end of the season and be “on the spot” for the following summer. We can crane your boat in or out, have slipping facilities, can supply purpose made cradles at reasonable cost and have a Steam Cleaner available for hire. Electricity can be provided via numerous distribution points around the yard.
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Hull Waterside & Marina

Hull Waterside & Marina

Marina in Kingston upon Hull
The transformation of the working docks of times past into a modern, vibrant marina with its café and bar culture is extraordinary. It is a great testimony to my Hull's vision and enterprise. Modern Hull, city of culture, is now well worth a visit. Cruising to Hull Marina for the first time? If you are cruising to Hull for the first time, talk to the marina team to chat through your pilotage plan. The lock is operational from +/- 3 hours HW Hull and, with a little preparation, you can aim to arrive when the tide is slack, making things a little easier on your first time. For the duty lockkeeper, contact VHF channel 80 international or call 07789 178501. UK cruising clubs and continental visitors are welcome by appointment.
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Humber Cruising Association

Humber Cruising Association

Marina in North East Lincolnshire
Great clubhouse and facilities. Nice crowd and good beer! Some exciting sailing to be had in an extraordinary setting.Well protected dock. Not far from the river mouth. Nice clean marina.
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Humber Yawl Club (Brough)

Humber Yawl Club (Brough)

Marina in East Yorkshire
The club uses VHF channel 37 (M1), however this is generally only monitored when races are in progress. Humber VTS should also be monitored on channel 15 whilst above the Humber Bridge. Brough Clubhouse: 01482 667224 Winteringham Clubhouse: 01724 733458 The Brough base of Humber Yawl Club is situated on the north bank of the Humber, adjacent to the British Aerospace factory. Entry is possible approximately 2 hours either side of high water, depending on tidal conditions and the draft of vessels. Initial approach is made to the white outer mark at approximate position 053d43.4'N, 000d35.05'W (053d43'24"N, 000d35'03"W). Be aware of a strong tidal set and then proceed via leading marks into the creek. Pontoon moorings are situated to starboard. Visiting craft may moor adjacent to the mast hoist in the first instance. Fore and aft moorings with stern lines may be vacant, but visitors should make inquiries before use. Brough has a good range of pubs, restaurants, take-aways, shops, a filling station, and railway station with frequent national services.
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Humber Yawl Club Winteringham

Humber Yawl Club Winteringham

Marina in North Lincolnshire
Winteringham Haven is situated on the south bank of the Humber, approximately 1.5 miles due south of the HYC base at Brough. Visitors are advised to contact the Winteringham Club House for up-to-date advice on the amount of water available at particular states of the tide. The buoy which marks the entrance to the creek is at approximately 053d42.05'N, 000d34.86'W (053d42'03"N, 000d34'51"W). From the outer mark the channel into Winteringham Haven is marked by a series of red and green cans and can be quite shallow even at Spring tides. The creek is sinuous and bordered by reed beds. Deeper water exists on the outer edges of the bends. Fore and aft pontoon moorings in the haven are on the starboard hand. Electricity and water points are available. The clubhouse, toilet and shower facilities are situated towards the head of the creek. The village of Winteringham is a ten-minute walk from the club where there is a pub, a restaurant, a post office and several small shops.
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Hythe marina

Hythe marina

Marina in Hampshire
Hythe Marina Village was the first marina village to be built in the UK and is still one of our finest. Located on Southampton Water's western shore, it’s a unique development of a 206-berth marina, waterside homes and shops, restaurants, bars and a boutique hotel. For those looking for fine dining options, there are two bars and restaurants located within the heart of the marina, The Galley and The Boathouse. The latter is also a boutique hotel. We can lift vessels up to 40 tons (if you need more, please check in advance), and we offer an emergency boat lifting facility.
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Hythe Marina Village

Hythe Marina Village

Marina in Hampshire
Information Hythe Marina Village was the first marina village to be built in the UK and is still one of our finest. Located on Southampton Water's western shore, it’s a unique development of a 206-berth marina, waterside homes, shops, restaurants, bars and a boutique hotel. Boatyard facilities As well as its first-class berthing and marina services, Hythe Marina Village has a boatyard within it for DIY maintenance work, using the various marine services on site, or getting help from our own professional, highly qualified team. We can lift vessels up to 40 tons (if you need more, please check in advance), and we offer an emergency boat lifting facility. There is storage ashore for over 120 boats and a slipway with ample space for trailer and car storage. Both petrol and diesel are available at cost to Freedom Berthing members. Out and about The marina entrance is controlled by lock gates, operated 24 hours a day throughout the year, and there is easy access to Southampton Water and several of our other marinas situated in and around the Solent. Cruising enthusiasts can explore the Beaulieu River to the west or continue on to the bustling town of Lymington, close to the New Forest. Heading east takes you to Portsmouth, steeped in naval history, and there are numerous anchorages to explore within the sheltered waters of Chichester Harbour. It's easy to pop across to our other marina at Ocean Village, in the centre of Southampton, for dinner or to visit the cinema there. In addition, a regular ferry service runs from Hythe right into the centre of Southampton.
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Ilfracombe harbour

Ilfracombe harbour

Marina in Devon
Ilfracombe has several visitors moorings outside the main harbour. The town has everything you would need to stock up, shops, petrol station cafes etc. Unfortunately there is no Chandlery in town. Approaching and leaving the Harbour Ilfracombe has a large tidal range of between 3m (neaps) and 10m (springs). Therefore, there are strong tidal streams in the approaches, which at times can reach 2-3 knots. Care should be taken near the Buggy Pit where there is often a tidal rip. Buggy Pit is marked on Admiralty Chart 1160 and is approximately 3 cables NNE of Beacon Point. Leading lights (Occ W 10s) have been established to the South of the Harbour and mark the clearway approach into the Outer Harbour. These leading lights together with 3 sets of 2FG (vert) which mark the Outer Pier (North and South) and the Old Quay Head (South) clearly identify the harbour approach. From further to sea the Fl. G. (2) 5sec light atop Lantern Hill guides mariners to the Harbour. On approaching the harbour, care must be exercised to avoid a number of unlit shellfish store pots approximately 1 cable to the south east of the Pier. Before entering the harbour, all vessels should contact the Harbour Authority, call sign 'Ilfracombe Harbour' to ensure that visitors berths can be allocated. The Harbour Office maintains a listening watch on VHF channels 16 and 12, the harbour working channels are 12 and 14. This is not manned 24 hours. During silent hours proceed to a suitable berth - see mooring and anchorage information. The speed limit in the Harbour Authority area is 4 knots, and vessels are requested to avoid excessive wash.
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Ilfracombe Yacht Club

Ilfracombe Yacht Club

Marina in Devon
Ilfracombe Yacht Club was formed in 1962 to promote sailing and motor cruising in the Bristol Channel. The original club members met in the skittle ally of the Pier Hotel, and then only in the summer. In 1972, they moved into part of the old Seaman’s Bethel and the club as we know it was born. The success of our club is a legacy to all our members — past, present, and future. The Club sits within a unique environment with stunning views across the Bristol Channel and is justly proud of its reputation within the Bristol Channel Yachting Conference as one of the most friendly in the Bristol Channel. The Club is always pleased to welcome visiting yachts and provides changing rooms for men and women, toilets and showers. The town boasts many clubs, but the Ilfracombe Yacht Club experience offers much more than sailing and is truly one of a kind.
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Imperial Wharf Marina

Imperial Wharf Marina

Marina in Hammersmith and Fulham
Imperial Wharf Marina - Exclusive marina moorings on the River Thames in Central London Imperial Wharf Marina is a brand new, non-residential, mooring facility located on the River Thames in front of the prestigious Imperial Wharf development between Chelsea and Fulham. The marina is the first private pier to be built on the Upper Reaches of the Thames with 24/7 access to the river. London's latest exclusive marina has the following facilities: Exclusive riverside location Resident Pier Master No tidal restrictions Electricity and water Pier for booking to transfer passengers Imperial Wharf Pier Imperial Wharf Marina has a private pier for booking to embark and disembark passengers. Imperial Wharf is an ideal location to start and/or finish a cruise on the River Thames in London. There are excellent transport links to and from Imperial Wharf. Imperial Wharf train station is one stop from Clapham Junction. There are plenty of places for guests to meet for drinks on the riverside before embarking. The pier is available for commercial craft, passenger vessels and private boats to book for embarking and disembarking passengers. A call at the pier to embark or disembark passengers provides the boat a 15 minute window alongside. Other options are available on request. Please contact the resident pier master pm@imperialwharfmarina.co.uk
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Insworke Mill Quay

Insworke Mill Quay

Marina in Cornwall
Insworke Mill is a 16th century tidal mill and has been restored over the last few years. We have two lovely rooms to rent for your holiday. Contact us. Insworke Mill is a 16th century tidal mill and marina
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Ipswich Haven Marina

Ipswich Haven Marina

Marina in Suffolk
IPSWICH HAVEN MARINA IPSWICH HAVEN MARINA HEART OF THE TOWN Ipswich Haven Marina has been open since May 2000 and was officially opened at a ceremony in July 2000 by Sir Robin Knox-Johnston when he predicted that “Ipswich Haven Marina will fast become the star attraction on the east coast”. The management team are confident that we have maximised our “attraction” and now can be proud that after our most recent extension we have 320 berths and 30 dedicated visitor berths that attract almost 2000 visiting yachts to our marina annually. The marina is situated at the head of the beautiful River Orwell. We are to be found amidst the historic and regenerated Ipswich Waterfront with its access to superb facilities and amenities. Restaurants, cafes, shopping centres, cinemas, museums, parks and historic buildings are all within a few minutes stroll from the marina. We hope that our many visitors will continue to enjoy visiting us in 2015. Ipswich Railway station is only a ten minute walk away and regular mainline services reach London, Cambridge, Norwich and Harwich. Our Marina is managed by a friendly team of professional people dedicated to ensure that your stay with us is made pleasant and enjoyable. We look forward to seeing you. Phil and the Ipswich Haven Marina Team
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Island Harbour

Island Harbour

Marina in Isle of Wight
Marina on River Medina A UNIQUE WATERSIDE LIFESTYLE! Island Harbour Marina is one of the Solent’s best-kept secrets. Conveniently situated on the River Medina, two miles south of Cowes, it’s one of the most picturesque riverside locations. This peaceful marina offers over 200 berths for annual moorings and visiting yachts, as well as many other amenities including a chandlery, boat builders with a repair workshop, 50 ton hoist and slip crane, hard standing, luxury showers and laundry room, car parking and FREE Wi-Fi. Sat within the tranquil setting is ‘The Breeze Restaurant & Bar’. Exclusively operated by the marina, The Breeze is open daily and offers a quality breakfast, lunch and dinner menu at very reasonable prices. For more information, please click here. We have a new cycle track into Newport, the County Town of the Isle of Wight and riverside walks, ideal for ramblers and dog walkers. We are also convenient for Island bus routes, making Island Harbour a great central base from which to discover the island. We have big plans for the future, with ongoing improvements to the marina. Over 2016, we extensively enlarged and refurbished the Breeze restaurant. For 2017, we have a brand new, bigger-and-better children’s play area, and we also have new apartments available for rent. The next stage of improvements will be the installation of a health spa, swimming pool and tapas bar. Watch this space! The stunning setting, sense of space and well appointed facilities combine to make Island Harbour an exceptionally sought after marina and a great place to relax and enjoy the picturesque surroundings. If you have never been here before, give us a try. You won’t regret it! If you don’t have a boat, but fancy staying by the side of a scenic riverbank, we can also accommodate campervans and tents. Give us a call for rates and further information. Please notify our Control Tower of your arrival when passing the Folly Reach, just up-river from Cowes, preferably by calling “Island Harbour” on VHF Channel 80. If you do not have a working radio, then you can telephone us on 01983 539994. Do not attempt to enter or pass through the lock without permission from the Control Tower. When permission has been granted, a green traffic signal will be visible by the side of the lock gates. If the lights are red, please contact the Control Tower again for further instructions.
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Islington Boatyard

Islington Boatyard

Marina in Cornwall
Our family run boatyard offers year round secure boat storage ashore and afloat, as well as live aboard facilities. Islington Wharf Boatyard offers hard standing storage and undercover storage as well as berths alongside our quay wall on a monthly or annual basis. Facilities include water and electricity. We also offer live aboard facilities including showers and laundry.
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Itchen marine towage

Itchen marine towage

Marina in Southampton
Work boat marina, mainly commercial vessels, has a refueling station
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Itchen Marine Towage Ltd

Itchen Marine Towage Ltd

Marina in Southampton
Convenient place with very easy access to refuel your boat after a trip out. They also have their own marina offering lift out and more serious "big ship" towing facilities (tugs). Workman-like boat yard and marina.
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Jetty for the Newby Bridge hotel - read warnings

Jetty for the Newby Bridge hotel - read warnings

Marina in Cumbria
Not for the deep of draft or faint of heart strong flows and over runs into tree hazards - also shallow and unmarked
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Kemps quay marina

Kemps quay marina

Marina in Southampton
Small working marina with good facilities
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Kemps Shipyard Ltd

Kemps Shipyard Ltd

Marina in Southampton
Really well priced marina. Lots of hobbyists and people working on their boats that are willing to offer advice or a pair of hands. Staff are helpful. Has a marine hoist for lifting out. Thoroughly recommend this marina Great value, friendly staff and management. The 'community' is also really friendly and helpful, a great place to have a boat and do work on it. Most tide access to outer couple of pontoons. Water on pontoons but no electrics. Good access from M27/M3, train station not far on foot.
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Kew Marine

Kew Marine

Marina in Richmond upon Thames
Chiswick Quay Chiswick Quay is a small estate of 68 town houses surrounding a marina on the river Thames. Every house overlooks either the marina or the river. The roads on the estate, Chiswick Quay and Ibis Lane, are cul-de-sacs off Hartington Road. Living on Chiswick Quay or Ibis Lane, getting up in the morning to have breakfast on the terrace, looking out over the marina or the Thames is like being on holiday in the Mediterranean. This is probably one of the most attractive places to live in London. Chiswick, on the north bank of the Thames, is a fashionable area with a wide variety of shops and restaurants. It was developed after the opening of the main-line railway from Waterloo and the District line in the mid nineteenth century. Most of the properties in Chiswick are Victorian or Edwardian, and range from small artisan cottages to the large Norman Shaw houses in Bedford Park. However for those looking for contemporary space the choice is limited, and Chiswick Quay design meets that need well. The marina is just upstream of Chiswick Bridge (A316), on the tidal section of the Thames with access via a lock, operational up to two hours either side of high tide.
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King Edward Quay Pontoon

King Edward Quay Pontoon

Marina in Essex
Tidal access pontoon berths. Free for 48hrs. Visitors' moorings A pontoon is available for small boats for short term moorings of up to 48 hours, with no return within 7 days. The pontoon also provides access to the passenger ferry and space should be left to allow the ferry to moor onto the pontoon. The pontoon does not provide any facilities, however there are a number of restaurants within the area and a co-op supermarket is located within the adjacent student accommodation, The Maltings.
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King Point Marina

King Point Marina

Marina in Plymouth
King Point Marina, Plymouth’s newest marina, is located in a naturally sheltered basin just moments from the city centre. With new facilities and direct access to some of the most outstanding sailing in South West England, King Point Marina is an ideal place to berth your boat. Our berthing packages offer great value, walk-ashore pontoon berthing with all the essentials required to berth your boat including 24-hour gated access, CCTV surveillance, on-site car parking, quality wetroom facilities, metered power and free fresh water. Annual, Seasonal, and visitor berthing is available.
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Kingfisher Wharf Ltd

Kingfisher Wharf Ltd

Marina in Nottinghamshire
Established in 1953, in the heart of Trent Valley, two boat enthusiasts, Dick "Old Man River" Smart and Dennis Hunt began the transformation of a coaling wharf in to a marine haven. Today, the Wharf is a hive of activity and is favoured by those totally absorbed with their boats - from cruisers to narrowboats, yachts to traditional wooden craft.
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Kings Bromley Marina

Kings Bromley Marina

Marina in Staffordshire
Welcome to Kings Bromley Marina Set in beautifully landscaped grounds in a marina that lifts spirits, Kings Bromley Marina on the Trent and Mersey Canal hosts 275 narrowboat berths in two phases linked by a canal style bridge. Friendly yet tranquil, a perfect narrowboat marina to just sit and enjoy being on your boat, or to explore the Four Counties and Cheshire Ring. A few miles from Fradley Junction in Staffordshire and a short cycle ride or walk to the nearest pub, Kings Bromley Marina is also conveniently situated for Lichfield and Beeston with the M6 only 20 minutes away.
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Kings Head moorings

Kings Head moorings

Marina in Northamptonshire
Is available space at a winter mooring site, visitors may use the mooring for the relevant stay time.
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Kings Orchard Marina

Kings Orchard Marina

Marina in Staffordshire
We offer moorings all year round for boats up to 70 feet with the option to pay annually or by monthly Direct Debit. A great place to stay! Here at Kings Orchard, we provide quality berths for the long, or short term complete with a high level of site security, free parking, toilets, showers and metered electricity to every one of our berths. We also have 15 caravan pitches available on our beautiful 20 acre site, including 5 Caravan & Motorhome Club pitches. We also have space for camping too!
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Kings Waterside & Marina

Kings Waterside & Marina

Marina in Nottinghamshire
Market town of Newark on your doorstep Kings Waterside & Marina lies on the River Trent in the historic town of Newark in Nottinghamshire. You can live in this idyllic setting and commute to Nottingham or even London with relative ease. Or you can enjoy a leisure mooring and cruise onto the tidal River Trent to explore the Midlands or head out to the mighty Humber Estuary. This is a gated marina, and with town and country surrounding you, it’s secure, peaceful and ideally located. Moorings at Kings Waterside and Marina At Kings Waterside & Marina you have the security of mooring in a gated marina with a range of facilities onsite and nearby, and a friendly team on hand to help you when you need them. Here are your mooring options at Kings Marina: Leisure mooring: 98 berths, great for spending holidays and long weekends on your boat Residential mooring: 30 berths, for permanent waterside living Visitor mooring: berths for short term stopovers. Please call to check availability. Winter mooring: berths for continuous cruisers who need a safe haven for the winter. Please contact us to check availability.
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Kingsground Marina

Kingsground Marina

Marina in Oxfordshire
Welcome Aboard! Enslow Marina Located on the South Oxford Canal between Pigeons lock & Bakers lock, Enslow Marina is a family run, friendly marina with a lovely community feel. The picturesque Oxford Canal meanders slowly through the countryside and is home to some popular mooring spots and natural wildlife. We love it here and we're certain you will too!
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L R Harris & Son

L R Harris & Son

Marina in Leicestershire
The marina has 24-hour security as the family live on site. The main rear car park gates give daytime access to all marina moorings by means of a security key, these are then main security locked between 9pm and 9am. Moorings (when available) can be taken on monthly, quarterly, half yearly and yearly terms. All are paid in advance & are non refundable or transferable. Mariner, Suzuki & Tohatsu are our main suppliers but others may be available to order. Services & repairs are undertaken on most makes of inboard and outboard engines, and also some outdrives. Spares are available for most makes of engine- genuine & pattern parts. Our mechanics have over 60 years experience between them and take great pride in all the work they do As well as a very well stocked chandlery shop, you can also purchase 2-stroke and 4-stroke oils, spark plugs, control cables, steering cables and complete systems.
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Lady Bee Marina

Lady Bee Marina

Marina in West Sussex
Nice relaxed environment, well stocked chandlers. And "Pebbles on the Port" is next door. Fantastic little marina - busy and popular. Easy access. Architecturally stunning
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Lake Yard Marina

Lake Yard Marina

Marina in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council
Located in Hamworthy on the north western edge of Poole Harbour, Lake Yard has a marina dock, boatyard, club house and restaurant in one of the most stunningly beautiful places on the planet. Close to the mouth of the River Frome and with the Sandbanks peninsula in the background, the marina looks out across all five of the harbour’s islands. With deep-water access to the second-largest natural harbour in the world, Lake Yard could possibly have the best marina on the south coast. Pay us a visit to see for yourself. 44-berth pontoon finger berths 24-hour access (no tidal restrictions) Fresh water supply point Shore power Changing rooms with showers & toilets Fully enclosed secure site with CCTV Boat hoisting and boat yard services Waterfront bar & restaurant Approaching by sea, craft will need to pick up the Wareham Channel just past the Poole Ferry Terminal and Lake Yard is located just by WH3 and WH4 Channel Marks, between the distinguishable white buildings of Moriconium Quay and the Marines facility. All visitors are required to call ahead. From Monday to Friday call the Boat Yard Reception on 01202 674531 and at the weekend call the Bosun on 07791 836524 / VHF Channel 37
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Lea & Stort Cruises Ltd (Hallingbury Marina)

Lea & Stort Cruises Ltd (Hallingbury Marina)

Marina in Hertfordshire
Hallingbury Marina provides moorings for narrowboats and river cruisers, in beautiful settings on the River Stort on the Essex & Hertfordshire border. Family-run for over 50 years, Hallingbury Marina also provides many services including, water, fuels, pump-out, cassette emptying, chandlery and dry docking. Little Hallingbury Mill, built in 1874, is a Grade II Star listed watermill and stands to the south end of the marina; its mill race provides the moorings comprising Hallingbury Marina. It’s free-form shape, well-tended grassed amenity areas and mature trees and shrubs makes for a great marina with picturesque rural views.
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Lee Valley Marina Springfield

Lee Valley Marina Springfield

Marina in Hackney
Lee Valley Regional Park provides two ideal marina locations to explore the waterways and countryside in and around London. Both of these popular facilities can accommodate 200 berths, offer full workshop and boat yard services as well as having chandleries on site which stock over 2,500 product lines. Lee Valley Marina, Springfield provides all marina services including moorings, boat repairs, boat craning and a well-stocked chandlery. Sited on the lower reaches of the River Lee adjacent to Walthamstow Marshes nature reserve. A Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), the marina has 200 berths and is close to central London and the West End. It's ideally placed for cruising the canal systems and the River Thames and Lee. Lee Valley Marina, Springfield offers exceptional service and has an established reputation for quality repairs. Visit Lee Valley Marina, Springfield for your one stop boating experience, everything you need for inland boating all on one site.
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Lee Valley Marina, Stanstead Abbotts

Lee Valley Marina, Stanstead Abbotts

Marina in Hertfordshire
Lee Valley Marina at Stanstead Abbotts in Hertfordshire provides all marina services and is situated in Lee Valley Regional Park a few miles north of the junction with the River Lee. The River Lee is connected to the national waterways system by the Hertford Union Canal and the River Thames giving over 2,500 miles of cruising waterways. The marina offers moorings, chandlery, all boat yard services and a professional engineering and refit service. There's a crane on site to lift boats up to 70 feet in length and 18 ton in weight. Boat Safety Certificates and surveys can be facilitated on site. Boats can be refitted, welded, blacked and painted. All types of engine can be serviced or repaired. There are moorings for up to 200 boats and storage facilities on land to carry out boat repairs. The onsite chandlery on site stocks a large range of products particularly for canal boats and inland waterways cruisers. If you haven’t got a boat yet or wish to upgrade, the marina operates a boat brokerage service.
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Leicester Marina

Leicester Marina

Marina in Leicestershire
Pump Out - Calor Gas - Launderette - Diesel - Showers - Brokerage Electricity Hook Up - Slipway - Coal - Water - Elson We offer a variety of mooring opportunities, and have approximately 160 berths, capable of mooring up to 60ft boats. Leicester Marina is also home to The Baldwin Trust who offer canal and river trips for the elderly, disable and those with special needs on the Leicestershire Waterways.
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Leigh Marina

Leigh Marina

Marina in Southend-on-Sea
Leigh Marina is located (51˚32’26.82” N 0˚36’30.10” E) on the Thames Estuary. Leigh Marina is situated in the quaint fishing village of Leigh-On-Sea, Essex, along the coast from Southend-on-Sea. Also in close proximity to the marina, is Two Tree Island which is part of the National Nature Reserve, a 640 acre island noted for its outstanding beauty and varied wildlife. Leigh Marina offers moorings for over 100 boats suitable for most craft including sea-going vessels. Most of our berths have mains power and water with plans to extend this service. We also have facilities for hard-standing space for 60 marine craft and our water pontoons are currently in re-development with an expected capacity reaching 150 berths. Information regarding mooring fees, and the other services we offer can be found on this website, as well as our terms & conditions. In addition, if you’re looking to buy a boat, our Brokerage page is well worth a visit. Visitors Safety: As we are a fully working Boatyard & Marina, for safety reasons can all visitors please report to Reception upon arrival.
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Lemonroyd Waterside & Marina

Lemonroyd Waterside & Marina

Marina in Leeds
A hidden gem within the Yorkshire waterways Lemonroyd Waterside and Marina is hidden away on the Aire and Calder Navigation at Methley, adjacent to Lemonroyd Lock. The waterside setting is sheltered by woodland, away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. And yet this peaceful location is surprisingly well connected, with direct access via Lemonroyd Lock to the River Aire, for passage towards Leeds in the west, or east to Goole and Selby, and on to the tidal Ouse for York, Hull and the Trent ports. Enjoy the gentle pace of rural life just seven miles from the bustling city of Leeds and with easy access to the road and rail networks of Yorkshire. Moorings at Lemonroyd Waterside and Marina Lemonroyd Marina is small and friendly with safe and secure mooring, essential facilities and experienced Waterside Crew who are always on hand to help you. Here are your mooring options at Lemonroyd: Leisure mooring: 60 berths, great for spending holidays and long weekends on your boat Residential mooring: 40 berths, for permanent waterside living Visitor mooring: please give us a call for availability Winter mooring: berths for continuous cruisers who need a safe haven for the winter. Please contact us to check availability. Lemonroyd is a small, popular marina and it pays to plan ahead if you would like a mooring. Follow the link below to make an enquiry.
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Lilford Marin

Lilford Marin

Marina in Northamptonshire
ilford Marina is a family run business that offers long and short term moorings in a beautiful rural setting. The Marina sits on the banks of the River Nene, approximate halfway between Northampton and Peterborough and near the picturesque market town of Oundle. We offer tranquil, secure moorings for narrow boats and cruisers and have currently moorings for up to 34 boats and will eventually expand to provide moorings for up to 100. A new facility building is under construction and there is a service dock with pump out and refuelling facilities, Lilford Marina also has a slipway facility with a dedicated hard standing area for winter boat storage next to the Marina site, there is also an option to rent a workshop unit in the farm yard.
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Limehouse Waterside & Marina

Limehouse Waterside & Marina

Marina in Tower Hamlets
A place of calm in the heart of London Limehouse Marina is your oasis of calm amidst the hustle and bustle of London. Located between the City of London and Canary Wharf, it’s a modern marina that makes a perfect base to explore the capital. Limehouse DLR station is a short walk from the marina with trains to Bank and Tower Hill, where you can join the Circle, District, Northern and Central lines. On the water, you are connected to the River Lee via the Limehouse Cut, the Regents Canal, and the River Thames via a tidal lock which operates 2 hours either side of low water. Limehouse Waterside & Marina is open 9am to 5pm daily, and 9am until 6pm on Thursday.
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Little Hampton harbour

Little Hampton harbour

Marina in West Sussex
Very shallow at low tide. Ran aground at night in the entrance to the harbour easy escape but just to note for bigger vessels to only approach at high water. Very tidal river plan before entry. Littlehampton Harbour is located at the mouth of the River Arun on the south coast between Chichester and Worthing. The visitors pontoon is another 500m ahead on the east bank below the Harbour Office, the prominent white building north of the first line of pontoons on the east side. Brief harbour closures occur a few times each month (at high water on spring tides) for the arrival or departure of large vessels. There is no Wi-Fi but if you need a weather forecast or internet access in emergencies, feel free to visit us in the office. The minimum water depth at spring low tide alongside the visitor’s pontoon is 2.2 metres except for the northern 3x pontoon sections where yachts of greater than 2m draft should avoid. Please note that the harbour entrance bar’s impounding effect plus the river’s drainage means the height of tide almost never falls below 0.9m above datum (whatever the forecasted height of tide at LW). Vessels over 2.3m draft can be accommodated but should be with the advice of the Harbour Master and will likely need to be rafted so they sit further into the channel in deeper water.
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Littlehampton RNLI Station

Littlehampton RNLI Station

Marina in West Sussex
The RNLI is the charity that saves lives at sea. Powered primarily by kind donations, our search and rescue service has been saving lives for nearly 200 years.
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Low Wood Bay Marina

Low Wood Bay Marina

Marina in Cumbria
Having a boat on the beautiful Lake Windermere is nothing short of a dream come true, exploring the lake, bays and villages around the area makes Windermere the place to be. Low Wood Bay Marina After an adventurous day sailing or cruising, it’s comforting to know you have exceptional facilities waiting for you back at the Marina. The Marina was fully refurbished in 2017 with a whole new floating system on anchors allowing it to rise and fall with the level of the lake. Boats can be kept on the water all year round, or they can be lifted out of the water for the winter period between November and March. The Marina is part of Low Wood Bay Resort & Spa; this gives you, as a berth holder, instant access to some of the best and most luxurious facilities in the area.
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Lower Park Marina

Lower Park Marina

Marina in Lancashire
Lower Park Marina is located on the summit pound of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal. Two hours leisurely sail West of our location, through the beautiful rolling hills of the Pennines, will bring you to the famous mile-long tunnel of Foulridge and beyond, in to the heartland of our once thriving industrial towns which afforded the building of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal. Sailing East towards Yorkshire will bring you first to the picturesque locks of Greenberfield. Beyond the locks, the canal winds it way gently through the beautiful countryside of the Yorkshire Dales towards Skipton. This is reputedly one of the nicest stretches of canal in the country.
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Lowestoft Haven Marina ABP

Lowestoft Haven Marina ABP

Marina in Suffolk
ABP Haven Marinas - Lowestoft takes pride in offering a friendly welcome to boat owners looking for quality berthing on an annual or visitor basis. FACILITIES AT LOWESTOFT HAVEN MARINA The floating pontoons are state-of-the-art design "System 2000" supplied by Walcon Marine. These pontoons are reputed to be one of the strongest, most stable and safest systems on the market today. The marina was designed to ensure that each berth had easy access and generous manoeuvring space between berths and piers.
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Lowestoft Marina

Lowestoft Marina

Marina in Suffolk
A small independent marina was established in 2002 with direct access to the Suffolk Broads and the North Sea. Boat Moorings Lowestoft Catering for up to 40 boats of varying sizes and classes, all berths are on floating pontoons with access to individually metered electrics and fresh potable water. With ample parking, CCTV and recreational facilities, a secure and friendly base for your boat is assured.
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Lymington Yacht Haven

Lymington Yacht Haven

Marina in Hampshire
Part of the Yacht Haven Group You'll find all you need shoreside at Lymington Just visiting or staying a little longer? From chandlery to yacht repairs, boat sales to the popular Haven Bar & Restaurant, our marina village is more than equipped to help make your stay that little bit more special. A warm welcome, 24 hours a day Lymington Yacht Haven offers unrivalled facilities on the Solent. Round-the-clock security and CCTV ensure your boat is secure, while you can make use of 24-hour access to luxury facilities, free showers, on-water fuel, and unlimited Wi-Fi at your berth. If there's anything our team can do to help, just pop in to the marina office or give us a call, and we'll be happy to assist you. We’re here for you, 24 hours a day, all year round.
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Maiden Marine Ltd

Maiden Marine Ltd

Marina in Cumbria
From 1st April until 31st October There will be no further charge for boats remaining on the water during the winter period.
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Marina Proctors Park

Marina Proctors Park

Marina in Leicestershire
We have river and still-water moorings for cruisers, narrow boats and wide-beams of varying sizes with mains water and electric hookups. Day boats and smaller craft are also welcome. Many of our moorings are parallel to the bank with their own bank-side space, a view across water and for some, further across open fields. From the entrance to the Park it is a short 2-3 minute walk up into the village with its shops, small supermarket, post office, hair dresser, pubs, takeaways, railway station, cafes etc. Boat storage is also available. For prices and availability please contact the Park office:
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Marina View

Marina View

Marina in Lincolnshire
The Park is situated in the small village of Dogdyke which boasts its own Marina with boat moorings, fishing, a restaurant and a friendly public house. The nearby village of Coningsby has a host of amenities for day to day needs from a bank to a hardware store and is within an easy distance of the Hamlet of Dogdyke.
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Meadow Farm and Marina

Meadow Farm and Marina

Marina in Leicestershire
The large village of Barrow-upon-Soar is to the south of Loughborough and sits alongside the River Soar. There are plenty of amenities located here close to our site including a Co-op and other local shops. For those who enjoy food and drink, there are several popular bars and pubs to pick from including The Moorings, The Navigation Inn and The Three Crowns. The town of Quorn is also across the river with more facilities.
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Mercury Yacht Harbour

Mercury Yacht Harbour

Marina in Hampshire
Lovely location and outlook, and brilliant facilities. Marina staff are always helpful and friendly. Restaurant is expensive but I guess that goes with the territory and stunning views! Great marina, quiet. With the new restaurant/bar from the Gaff Rigger it is a great venue to go to. The sailing schools of Capstan Sailing and Hamble School of Yachting are top notch too. Nice and peaceful marina not too large. Small but well stocked chandlery plus secure storage compound for RIBS and trailers as well as sail sheds Waters edge Restaurant is not great though.
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Middle Nene Cruising Club

Middle Nene Cruising Club

Marina in Northamptonshire
Middle Nene Cruising Club is based at Titchmarsh Mill on the River Nene in Northamptonshire. We are a private members club and not a marina. When vacancies occur new members are very welcome and are expected to assist with their time in the day to day running of the club, as well as supporting the club in other ways such as attending socials, undertaking work parties etc.
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Millbay Marina Village

Millbay Marina Village

Marina in Plymouth
Millbay Marina with Best Access to the Sea Welcome to Millbay Marina in the historic naval city of Plymouth, Devon. We are focused on providing marina berthing services, with the highest levels of customer satisfaction in mind. You will have the best access to the open sea of any marina in Plymouth. With no lock gates or heavy boating traffic to deal with, you can find yourself in Plymouth Sound in seconds. From there you can explore the coasts of Devon and Cornwall, sail over to the Channel Islands or even to the Brittany and Normandy coasts of France. We offer very competitive berthing rates, some of the best in the area. So if you are interested please phone or email for a quote. Look around our website and if you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact us. We hope to see you soon.
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Monk Meadow

Monk Meadow

Marina in Gloucestershire
Located within a mile of Gloucester City Centre, the Basin at Monk Meadow was opened in 1892 originally to provide quay-space for the timber trade. It now serves as an off-line marina and lies close to local shops and amenities, as well as the fascinating Gloucester Waterways Museum. The layout of the moorings allows for small and large craft, with berth sizes at 8m, 18.5m and 20m in length. With 40 berths, it is one of our largest sites in the South West of England.
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Moons Bridge Marina

Moons Bridge Marina

Marina in Lancashire
Moons Bridge Marina can offer boat owners a wide range of Marina Services. Various Moorings Available. Please ring to enquire. 35FT MOORING AVAILABLE FOR NARROW BOAT - NON RESIDENTIAL 37FT MOORING AVAILABLE FOR NARROW BOAT - NON RESIDENTIAL
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Mylor Yacht Harbour

Mylor Yacht Harbour

Marina in Cornwall
Welcoming marina with all tide access, fuel, water and good shore facilities
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Nene Valley Boats

Nene Valley Boats

Marina in Northamptonshire
Rural boat moorings on the River Nene, near the market town of Oundle, Northamptonshire. Barnwell Moorings is a small site situated upstream of Barnwell Lock in a quiet rural setting. We are about 12 miles from Peterborough and 25 miles from Northampton.
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Neptune Marina

Neptune Marina

Marina in Suffolk
The Quay to the heart of Ipswich Welcome to Neptune Marina, situated in Ipswich, Suffolk on the East Coast Neptune Marina and Neptune Marina Properties are located in the heart of Ipswich Waterfront, in the beautiful county of Suffolk. Our location is perfect for both water-based (the marina) and land-based (residential and commercial) customers. We provide a high-quality, personal service: for our marina customers we offer a full suite of marina and boatyard services; for our property owners and tenants we offer comprehensive building management and concierge services.
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New Mills Marina

New Mills Marina

Marina in Derbyshire
A fantastic place to stay! Here at New Mills Marina, we provide quality berths for the long, or short term complete with a high level of site security, free parking, toilets, showers and metered electricity to every one of our berths. We also have 5 Caravan & Motorhome Club pitches which are suitable for all weather.
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NEWARK MARINA

NEWARK MARINA

Marina in Nottinghamshire
Newark Marina is the perfect place to bring your boat. Situated on the River Trent in Newark Nottinghamshire, boasting a friendly relaxed environment with years of experience Newark Marina provides a comprehensive and professional service to all boat owners. These include mooring, hard standing, servicing & repair, boat sales and a well stocked on site chandlery. We have trained Volvo Penta engineers, electricians and GRP specialists making the Marina a “One Stop Shop”.
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Newark Rowing Club

Newark Rowing Club

Marina in Nottinghamshire
Newark Rowing Club is steeped in history being founded in 1873. It has evolved over time into a thriving club. We row on an excellent stretch of the River Trent which provides our members with the ideal opportunity for training, whether over long distances or for those who enjoy a scenic recreational row.
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Newcastle City Marina

Newcastle City Marina

Marina in Newcastle upon Tyne
Facilities Situated between the Tyne Bridge and Millennium Bridge, Newcastle City Marina provides 130 meters of floating pontoons running adjacent to the Quay wall. Yachts up to 26m LOA can be accommodated. All berths have access to electricity and water. Security The marina features a pin-code secure gate entry and is also covered by a state of the art, Police enabled, 24hr CCTV system. Access to the marina is by the central security gate and a security code is provided to visiting vessels ensuring that only those using the marina can gain access to the pontoons. NE1 Street Rangers patrol the marina at regular intervals between 8am & 8pm and have a direct radio link to the city centre Police. Electricity & Water Electricty and water connection is included in the cost of berthing. Water: Fresh water is available on all pontoons via the utility hubs, using a standard hose union connector. Please note that we do not provide hoses, you will need to use your own. Electricity: A 16 amp 230 volt supply is available as standard on the pontoons. Only approved waterproof sockets and cables may be used.
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Newhaven Marina

Newhaven Marina

Marina in East Sussex
A working port and fishing harbour but a friendly spot for a private mooring too. Harbour is a useful stopover and accessible at all states of tide with no lock. Reasonable and clean facilities despite their ageing appearance. Nice beaches for dog walking. Town centre a bit light but local Sainsburys superstore in retail park area is good for most needs anyway. Well worth a visit if you prefer a quieter spot than Brighton.
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Newquay Harbour

Newquay Harbour

Marina in Cornwall
Dries at low tide Cornwall is famous for its stunning coastline and we as the Maritime Section of Cornwall Council are lucky to be able to manage and maintain many of its ports, harbours and maritime assets. In addition, we are also responsible for a number of other maritime functions, such as licensing of boats and boatmen, bylaw enforcement and water safety whilst complying with international and national legislation from anything to do with port marine safety to marine environment issues. Explore our website to see what each individual port and harbour has to offer our locals, visitors, fishermen and commercial contractors.
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Newtown

Newtown

Marina in Isle of Wight
Newtown Creek and its associated branches forms a peaceful haven for nature, and a useful anchorage for yachtsmen and motorboaters. Newtown River is approached via a narrow channel leading through shingle banks. Entry for most boats is only possible with a suitable rise of tide, but once within deeper water will be found. Options are either to find a vacant visitors mooring buoy, or to anchor Nature reserve, no facilities really, National Trust will collect a visitors mooring fee on their buoys but anchorage areas also available . Good midday stop or overnight. Row ashore via Shalfleet Quay and walk to the New Inn pub
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Northampton Boat Club

Northampton Boat Club

Marina in Northamptonshire
The small pool is a delightful mooring, mainly occupied with cabin cruisers and some narrowboats. Each mooring has a fixed jetty and craft tend to use rising cleats to ensure boats rise and fall during higher water in the winter months.
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Northney Marina

Northney Marina

Marina in Hampshire
Lovely clean friendly marina. Plenty of parking for both trailer and vehicle. No problem turning up and being able to moor for a few nights without booking. Excellent customer service/reception staff. Showers and toilets spotless. Decent sized well run marina. Mix of sail and motor. Very handy for road access from A27 and marina accessible at low tide. Wintering service very good.
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Noss on Dart Marina - Premier Marinas

Noss on Dart Marina - Premier Marinas

Marina in Devon
Set on the sunny eastern bank of the River Dart, in a secluded area of outstanding natural beauty and just minutes from Dartmouth, Noss on Dart Marina offers easy access to some of the most beautiful anchorages and ports in Devon. Step into amazing woodland walks along the Dart Valley Trail, go wildlife spotting, or sample the delights of the local festivals and regattas. Premier Marinas berth holders have exclusive access to eight cubicles at Noss on Dart Marina. Each cubicle is self-contained and includes either a bath/shower, toilet and basin. These are not reflective of Premier’s usual high standard facilities and, as part of the regeneration of the South Coast marina, they will be replaced. Noss on Dart has a 24-hour on-site launderette located to the side of the main bridgehead. There are coin operated washing machines plus an iron and ironing board available. In April 2020, Premier signed a new contract with Veolia to improve waste management and recycling across all Premier sites. There are dedicated bins for general waste and recycling in situ across the marina, with clear signage to identify and encourage more recycling across Noss on Dart Marina.
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Nottingham Castle Marina

Nottingham Castle Marina

Marina in Nottingham
Welcome to Nottingham Castle Marina A haven within the City of Nottingham. It’s hard to believe you are in the heart of a city when you stand in Nottingham Castle Marina. It’s so tranquil and yet only a mile away from all the great attractions and amenities of the city centre. Hence its popularity with narrowboats and cruisers. Lying alongside the grassy bank of the Nottingham and Beeston Canal it’s the perfect visitor's stop for exploring Nottingham’s cathedral and castle, or just sit and watch our resident heron fishing. Offering over 200 narrowboat and cruiser moorings with full marina facilities including a relaxing lounge, well stocked chandlery, fuel, Elsan pump out, on-site brokerage, launderette, maintenance and engineering services. The recent installation of a modern office overlooking the entrance to the marina has given Ben and the team a much better view of the traffic entering and leaving the marina allowing for more efficient management. We have staff who live on-site for that extra peace of mind as well as modern CCTV and electronic gated access. There are a good variety of restaurants and retail stores nearby.
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Nottingham Yacht Club

Nottingham Yacht Club

Marina in Nottinghamshire
If you are in Long Eaton looking for a friendly Boat Club to have a drink, or whether you are out walking, cycling, fishing or cruising on the Trent and looking for somewhere to stop, then our club is the perfect place for that stop off – We are dog friendly
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Ocean Village Marina

Ocean Village Marina

Marina in Southampton
Several restaurant/bars and an art house cinema overlooking the marina, well worth a visit. Very nice and clean place with good restaurants around and tesco near by. A beautiful marina with friendly and helpful staff, lots of nice places to eat.
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Osney Mill Marina

Osney Mill Marina

Marina in Oxfordshire
We are a small marina located on the Thames in Oxford a few minutes walk away from the city centre and railway station. We can offer up to 40 moorings on the island with electricity available at all moorings. Boat maintenance and light engineering work carried out. We can come to you. 07796 446650
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Oulton Broad Yacht Station

Oulton Broad Yacht Station

Marina in Suffolk
Oulton Broad Yacht Station provides permanent and short stay moorings for the local community and visitors to the district. Welcoming a mix of privately owned and hire craft and can cater for both motorised and sail craft. Situated at the southern end of the broads system, boat access can be gained via the River Waveney or Mutford Lock. The lock and bridge are operated by the yacht station team on behalf of the Broads Authority and Suffolk County Council. Facilities at Oulton Broad Yacht Station include: Permanent moorings Short stay/visitor moorings Electric hook-up for moorings Laundry service Slipway for launching and recovery of small craft Boat and trailer parking facilities Winter storage Boat towing service
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Overwater Marina

Overwater Marina

Marina in Cheshire East
Welcome to OverWater at the heart of the Shropshire Union Overwater is a Cheshire Marina set in the beautiful South Cheshire countryside, close to the vibrant village of Audiem, offering moorings on the Shropshire Union Canal. Fin us next to Bridge 80 on the canl, or use our postcode CW5 8AY for you sta-nav. OverWater Marina is on the Shropshire Union Canal. It is surrounded by Cheshire farmland, overlooking the River Weaver valley and is a 20 minute walk from the vibrant canal village Audlem. Click on the links below for more information. We are a warm and friendly family run marina and it is our pleasure to make sure that when you visit your boat you like it here so much that you never want to go back home. The marina has been awarded Five Gold Anchors in the TYHA Gold Anchor Scheme and has an ICOMIA Clean Marina Award. The best way to appreciate the ideal location of OverWater Marina is to visit the marina for yourself. Please contact us and we will be happy to show you around.
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Oyster Creek Moorings

Oyster Creek Moorings

Marina in Essex