Poplar Waterside & Marina is situated in an enviable location next to Canary Wharf and opposite the Millennium Dome. The 90 berth marina is operated by Aquavista – the largest marina operator on Britain’s inland waterways. This modern marina is arguably one of the best-connected marinas in the whole of London and offers a unique way to enjoy waterside life in the capital city.
The gated marina offers residents an excellent array of facilities and services, including 24 hour CCTV, electricity and water provided to each berth, wi-fi, toilets, showers, laundry, pump-out and outside communal space. There’s also a friendly team on hand to help whenever you need them and a regular fuel barge visiting the site.
Nearby Canary Wharf has a wide range of restaurants, cafés and increasingly popular shopping facilities. The tranquil marina benefits from a strong community spirit with an eclectic mix of sea-going vessels, narrowboats and river cruisers.
Confirmed on application
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655 SQ FT
*The residential mooring is provided with a 10 year ‘Licence to Moor’ through Aquavista
MOORINGS AT POPLAR WATERSIDE
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/poplar-waterside-marina.
Why buy at Poplar Waterside?
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
|Canary Wharf Jubilee line, DLR and Crossrail (due to open in 2021) are just a short walk away with fast underground and overground connections into the City and Central London. Also within a few minutes’ walk is Blackwall DLR which provides services to the Royal Docks and London City Airport. Canary Wharf also has a river bus stop, where you can board the Thames Clipper services into central and west London.|
|Two excellent shopping offers are provided by Canary Wharf (10 minutes’ walk) and Westfield Shopping Centre in nearby Stratford (16 minutes by DLR or 30 minutes by bus). The Marina is also next to Billingsgate Fish Market and within easy reach of Whitechapel and Greenwich markets.|
|West India Quay is just 10 minutes’ walk away. As well as a good mix of bars and restaurants, there’s an excellent 10 screen cinema and the Museum of London Docklands. Canary Wharf hosts a year-round arts and events programme including music performances, light shows and public art installations. Nearby Wood Wharf (currently under development) will create over 9 acres of riverside parklands and gardens. Another popular walking route is to take the Greenwich Foot Tunnel from Island Gardens beneath the Thames to Greenwich where you can visit the majestic Cutty Sark, Old Royal Observatory and National Maritime Museum.|
|From Poplar, it’s a short cruise on the River Thames and its tributary Bow Creek before you reach the gentle River Lee Navigation in Bow. Within 30 minutes’ you will arrive at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park where you can take in some iconic Olympic venues or stop for lunch in one of the many waterside restaurants. Alternatively, cruising the River Thames to the west is a great way to see the capital from a different perspective. Within 3-4 hours, boaters reach Teddington Lock and the start of some beautiful villages and towns along the non-tidal River Thames.|