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    • Channel 37 (M)

    Affordable Moorings

    OnSite Professional Services

    Boat Storage

    Located at Fiddlers Ferry Marina. This section of the Sankey canal is accessible to boats through Fiddlers Ferry Lock and is used as a safe haven from the river Mersey for up to 150 vessels.

    The recommended maximum length of any vessel wishing to navigate this stretch of the river and enter the canal is 45′ with a maximum draft of 6’6″. Please seek advice from the Harbour Master before attempting passage.

    With space for over 30 boats at our yard at competitive rates and access to fresh water and mains electricity you can confidently take care of all your maintenance and repairs with the knowledge that all is safe and secure. Contact us for up to date information on vacant plots.

    OnSite Facilities

    • Battery Charging
    • Dry Storage
    • Electrical Instrument Repair
    • Fresh Water
    • Lift Out Facilities
    • Sewage Disposal
    • Trailer & Cradle Storage
    • Chandlery
    • Electricity
    • Engine Repairs
    • Litter Bins
    • Picinic Area
    • Rest Room, Shower & Toilet
    • Yacht Club
    • Pub / Restruarant

    Our Services

    We provide a comprehensive list of services to help with any of your boat needs.
    Here are just a few of the services we provide

    Standing Rigging - Renewal/Repair

    Boat Lift

    Dry Storage

    Electrical Instrument Repairs

    Engine Repairs and servicing

    Testimonials

    What people are saying

    “Really helpful staff and great facilities. Would highly recommend ” Dave Henshaw

    “Perfectly located yard with great access and onsite staff to help.” Richard Dawkins

    “Couldn’t thank Mike enough, he helped get the boat ready for the trip up the mersey to the yard, provided waypoints to follow. He’s been extremely helpful during the refit of my boat his knowledge has helped steer me in the right direction multiple time.” James Richards