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Stourport Marina

Stourport Marina is set in rural Worcestershire on the River Severn situated close to the M5 and M42 Motorways, 20 miles south of Birmingham and 3 – 5 hours from London. Convenient for cruising on the Worcester and Staffordshire canal system, 5 hours cruising from the from the river Avon and 10 hours from the Bristol Channel, giving cruising potential to the Welsh, Devon and Cornish Coasts.

There are 130 moorings designed to berth wide beam ocean going craft as well as river and canal cruisers. All berths are on a floating pontoon system with water and electricity points. The whole area has security fencing and lighting and is set in a landscaped gardens complete with a barbeque area for your personal use to entertain friends and family.

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We have a popular clubhouse with a restaurant and bar. The extensive menu is based on good homely cooking and we offer excellent traditional Sunday lunches at attractive prices. The bar offers a variety of popular beers, lagers wines and spirits. The deck patio, our latest facility, over looks the marina where members can sit and have a meal or a drink while enjoying splendid view. On a warm day you could be anywhere in the world!!

After a days cruising, you can enjoy an evening dancing, disco, or light entertainment most weekends of the year.
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Stourport Marina Review

Read this article published in Canals & Rivers December 2009

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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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