Learn about life afloat the easy way

Life on a narrowboat can be as peaceful as it is idyllic BUT you need to understand the pros, cons, highs, lows, and day to day logistics in living on England's inland waterways. Let me help you find out all you need to know before you commit to what could be a very expensive mistake.

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Barton Grange Marina

Barton Grange Marina sits in a beautiful countryside location and enjoys some truly breathtaking views. Committed to excellent quality and first class customer service, our intention from the outset has been to provide a superior, first-rate marina incorporating the following facilities:


The Marina at Barton Grange
State of the art security
Safe car parking
Shower and toilet facilities
Wireless internet connection
Electricity supplies to each berth
Water supply within close proximity to each berth
Pump-out and sewage disposal
Comprehensive recycling facilities
Barbecue area

The scenic Lancaster canal is ready for you to explore with an array of pubs and restaurants bordering its banks. Close to the historic market town of Garstang and ideally located between the cities of Preston and Lancaster, it really is the ideal location for any canal enthusiast.

And of course, our gorgeous Garden Centre, is a mere stone’s throw away. It offers year round interest and all-weather shopping, with an extensive and stunning range of products, two restaurants, a Cook Shop and a Farm Shop selling the best local produce and finest speciality foods.

The Marina has eighty berths for narrowboats and we would be delighted to show you around at your convenience. To arrange a visit or if you require further information, please contact Tracy Curran on 01995 642926.

Barton Grange Marina

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Paul Smith

After six and a half years living on a narrowboat on England's inland waterways, Paul and his wife Cynthia now wander Europe by motorhome during the winter, and on the Dutch and French waterways in the warmer months on their 32' Dutch motor cruiser.

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