Limehouse Waterside & Marina is an oasis of calm situated approximately half-way between the City of London and Canary Wharf. The metropolitan marina is operated by Aquavista – the largest marina operator on Britain’s inland waterways. The waterside is surrounded by cobbled streets, historic riverside pubs and a number of good restaurants. The marina is home to narrowboats, yachts and visiting ocean-going pleasure craft and, with over 75 residential berths, there is a friendly community spirit. The area is served by excellent transport links providing quick access into the City within 15 minutes or Central London with 25 minutes.
Facilities at the marina include secure moorings with CCTV, toilets, pump-out, showers, laundry, wi-fi, on-site chandlery, access to a fuel barge and the ability to secure private car parking on request. An Aquavista mooring also includes at least £650 of additional benefits, including complimentary reciprocal moorings, hardstanding, arrival assistance and a knowledgeable on-site crew to help you navigate every step of your boating journey.
Confirmed on application
1 or 2
655 SQ FT
*The residential mooring is provided with a 10 year ‘Licence to Moor’ through Aquavista
MOORINGS AT LIMEHOUSE MARINA
You are welcome to visit Limehouse Marina to see the moorings, please contact us to arrange your viewing of the show boat.
Limehouse Waterside & Marina has been awarded three gold anchors in the TYHA independent Gold Anchor Scheme. This globally recognised accreditation is in acknowledgement of its security, ambience, facilities, and customer service.
For more information about the marina, contact the operator, Aquavista, by phone on 020 7308 9930, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or view their website https://www.aquavista.com/find-a-marina/limehouse-waterside-marina.
Why buy at Limehouse Marina?
Our spacious boats are interior-designed and appointed to the same high standard as a luxury apartment.
A tranquil retreat in the heart of modern London, with easy access to the best the city has to offer.
World class attractions, entertainment, shops, restaurants and green spaces right on your doorstep.
Head up the Thames to Windsor, Henley or Oxford, or follow the canals towards Bristol and Bath.
THE LOCAL AREA
|Limehouse Docklands Light Railway (DLR) station is immediately to the north of the marina and provides frequent services to Bank, Tower Hill, Canary Wharf and Greenwich. There are also bus stops on nearby Commercial Road which go to the City and Stratford.|
|Canary Wharf has an excellent range of shops which can be reached in 10 minutes by Docklands Light Railway (DLR) or a gentle 25 minute walk along the Thames Path. Local supermarkets are also located close to Limehouse Basin.|
|There are many bars, restaurants and a cinema at Canary Wharf, as well as a number of good riverside pubs within a few minutes’ walk. Other local attractions include Mile End Park, Museum of London Docklands and Whitechapel Gallery.|
|Exploring London’s extensive canal and river network is easy from Limehouse Basin. The Regent’s Canal is accessed immediately to the north of the Basin and winds its way over 8 ½ miles through East to West London. The route passes through Islington, King’s Cross, Regent’s Park, Paddington and on to Little Venice where it meets the start of the Grand Union Canal. From here you can continue on to Brentford and join the River Thames or travel north to Birmingham. Alternatively, cruising out of the Basin to the east along the Limehouse Cut will provide access to the Rivers Lee & Stort. From here you can explore the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park by boat or, enjoy the rich habitats and open spaces within the Lee Valley Regional Park.|