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 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.
We offer mainland or island moorings. Our mainland moorings are some of the best on the Thames combining convenience, security and beautiful surroundings. These moorings are priced around £360 per meter per annum inc. VAT (services or craning additional). 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 £235 per metre inc. VAT; plus a surcharge for the winter which gives you the choice of either an upgrade to a mainland mooring for the winter period, or; craning out, pressure washing below the waterline and craning in again in the new season, making the average cost per metre per annum of £285 inc. VAT. 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.
We also offer some seasonal small boat storage ashore for use with our slipway if suitable.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us for further details of our moorings, facilities or services; or if you would like to organise a viewing.
Facilities & Services:
- Toilets, showers, Elsan disposal
- Ample and convenient car parking
- Electricty points (included with summer mainland moorings and reasonable usage policy)
- Winter storage on hard, or on sheltered floating pontoons
- Hose points, some of which are frost proof and left on through the winter
- Seasonal small boat storage ashore
- Marine Engineering
- Varnishing and woodwork
- Full workshop facilites
- Henley Regatta Moorings