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Limehouse Marina has become the Jewel in the Crown of the British inland waterways network. Situated where the canal system meets the Thames, east of the bridges, it provides the ideal location for all river, canal and sea-going pleasure craft. The 90 berth marina with excellent modern facilities, has been established in the old Regent Canal Dock, one of London's earliest docks. Built in 1820 and preceded only by the East & West India Docks and the London Docks, it is the oldest dock still operating as originally planned.
Berthing is available for yachts, motor cruisers and narrow boats.
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08/06/2011 @ 1:11 pm
Neville Phaure
I would like to bring my historic (1896) Dutch Barge 'Galileo' to London for a month - possibly late Aug - late Sep?
The vessel is a rivetted iron hull Dutch Motorklipper - 18.97m LOA x 4.72m drawing 1m, do you have a berth available, if so what would be the cost.
Galileo is a qualifying vessel under VAT legislation and so is zero-rated for shore supplies.
Please e-mail; nev4kent@hotmail.com
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28/06/2018 @ 10:56 am
Optimum Marine Surveys by John Heale
I recently used the services of Optimum Marine to carry out a survey of my vessel. Oli Byles carried out the survey and I found the service professional, informative and courteous. I would recommend this company. John Heale
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