MARINAS

Tingdene Marinas are located on key inland navigations in the UK - the River Thames, River Severn, River Wey and Norfolk Broads. We create some of the best places in the UK for boat moorings through an extensive and ongoing programme of developing and redeveloping marinas. Our berth-holders experience outstanding quality and tremendous value across our range of pontoon moorings in idyllic locations. Our marina services and attractive riverside surroundings are second to none, providing you with a new outlook on life each time you visit your motorboat, narrowboat or barge.

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.


Racecourse Marina has a wonderful countryside setting in the heart of the Thames Valley, with easy access from the M4, M25, M3 and M40. Our entrance is via a short millstream located on the left hand side of the river travelling upstream 500 yards above Boveney lock. It makes a perfect central location from which to explore the Thames. Add to that the range of quality services and easily accessible facilities on offer, and you have the perfect base for all your yachting and motor boat needs.


Pyrford Marina lies alongside the River Wey Navigation which stretches over 20 miles through the heart of Surrey. The marina is located in a tranquil and beautiful spot and is within 3 hours cruising of the Thames, which then allows access on to the Kennet & Avon Canal at Reading and the Grand Union Canal at Brentford. There is direct access from the Wey Navigation on to the Basingstoke Canal.


Stourport Marina is set in rural Worcestershire on the River Severn situated close to the M5 and M42 Motorways, 20 miles south of Birmingham and 3 - 5 hours from London. Convenient for cruising on the Worcester and Staffordshire canal system, 5 hours cruising from the from the river Avon and 10 hours from the Bristol Channel, giving cruising potential to the Welsh, Devon and Cornish Coasts.


The Thames & Kennet Marina is based just outside Reading in a nature reserve and incorporates a narrow boat and cruiser marina. With the ability to cater for a number of types of boats, including Dutch barges, the facility is unique in the area and has the best access to the Thames River and Kennet and Avon canal. As a new facility, all amenities are up to date and as a part of the Tingdene Group of companies, standards are always high and maintenance and development ongoing.


On the mighty River Severn, Britain's longest river, lies Upton Marina, south of historic Worcester and north of Tewkesbury, Upton Marina offers secure pontoon and bankside moorings for all types of craft with hardstanding storage space and visitor berths, where you may take advantage of all the modern facilities you would expect from a large, well equipped, modern marina. It is also home to a fleet of holiday hire boats.


With direct access onto the River Thames, Walton Marina offers permanent berths afloat for all types of motor cruisers with excellent marina facilities in a safe, relaxed atmosphere. Seasonal small boat berths and hardstanding for trailboats are also available. The river flows directly past the landmark boathouse which has stood on the site for over 100 years, and it is just a short cruise away to historic Hampton Court Palace, Runnymede and Windsor, not to mention Kingston upon Thames for superb shopping.


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.

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