Moorings in Lincoln

Burton Waters Marina in Lincoln is a wonderfully unique marina development set in the midst of beautiful Lincolnshire countryside, adjacent to the Fossdyke Navigation Canal, and just two miles by water from the center of the historic City of Lincoln.  There are fifteen acres of water space here, with easy access to the sea through Boston and the inland waterways system via the Trent.

The utter joy of Burton Waters Marina is the variety of services all in one place.  There’s a slipway available for assisted or self-launch, a hoist able to handle cruisers up to 60 ft, and even a specially designed trailer that can handle narrow boats up to the same length.  In addition, there’s full pump-out facilities, diesel, petrol, visitor berths and secure dry berthing ashore.  All moorings (over 200) have individual access to free water and chargeable electricity, with access to toilets, washrooms, showers and laundry facilities.  There is also 24-hour security with pontoon access via a security fob.

Moorings are now available from ONLY £1200.00 per annum.

 

Other facilities available for our Moorers include:

  • All pontoons gated
  • 24-hour, manned CCTV security
  • Chandlery
  • Floating pontoons
  • Metered power and water for every mooring
  • Competitive rates
  • Overnight moorings to annual contracts
  • Diesel
  • Petrol
  • Waste pump-out facility
  • Excellent washroom and shower facilities
  • Launderette (coin operated)
  • Wifi broadband through www.ineedbroadband.co.uk
  • British Waterways River Licence Applications

If you’re interested in mooring your boat at Burton Waters, please complete the form to the right, or call Burton Waters Moorings on 01522 567404.  Please note that moorings at Burton Waters are subject to availability and our standard Burton Waters Moorings Regulations.

Please note that if your application is successful, we will require evidence of BBS and adequate insurance. All boats moored at Burton Waters Marina must hold a valid British Waterways River Licence, details of which are available from the Moorings Office.