PORT WERBURGH MARINA
Port Werburgh Marina is a traditional marina with modern facilities
There is a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, with few rules and good security. Port Werburgh is on the northern side of the Medway Estuary and is within easy sailing distance of the Thames estuary and the North Sea – with the coastal ports of mainland Europe just a few hours away. The Marina also benefits from excellent road access, including the M20, the A2/M2 and the M25.
For your peace of mind, 24-hour CCTV cover is provided.
Access to the Marina is via a channel from the main river. Access can be obtained 2.5 to 3 hours either side of high tide.
A crane capable of lifting up to 20 tonnes is available, along with mast stepping and engine lifting – all at competitive rates.
Floodlighting, electricity and water is provided.
Owners of boats at Port Werburgh Marina are welcome to work on their boats, and cradles are available to suit all vessels.
An amenity building is available with toilets and showers.
WANT TO LIVE A FLOAT
There are many attractions to living afloat. Some people just love the water and the feeling of being closer to nature but for many it is a lifestyle choice. It is completely different from living in a conventional house or apartment. Being close to nature with ducks or swans outside the bedroom window gives a different slant on life.
If you like the idea of this, then Port Werburgh is the place for you.
WATER BASED ACITIVIES
Port Werburgh Residential Park is perfectly positioned for those who love the water and water based activities.
The park is part of Port Werburgh Residential Marina which also has leisure moorings and all the boating services and conveniences that you could want.
In addition, and conveniently located adjacent to the park is Hoo Ness Yacht Club. With a full sailing programme, racing, training, beginners lessons and social events, you'll be well catered for.