Tingdene Marina

 

Upton Marina lies on the east side of the river at Upton upon Severn. It was created in the early 1970s from clay brick pits and is now a modern well equipped marina and the home to approximately 260 pleasure cruisers, narrow-boats and barges.

Upton Marina offers secure pontoon moorings with all the facilities expected by our berth-holders and visitors.

Facilities:

  • Fresh water
  • Electricity
  • Toilet & showers
  • 18ton hoist
  • Pump-out
  • Elsan facilities
  • Hard-standing storage space
  • Visitor berths.

There are new and used boats for sale, a well established chandlery, repairs and service workshop and a bar and restaurant. Upton Marina is a 4 gold anchor award winner.

Cruising on the River Severn, Britain’s longest river, offers a variety of itineraries since it stretches 58 miles from Sharpness to Stourport and forms part of the Avon Ring linking the Worcester and Birmingham, Staffs and Worcs canals.

It is possible to reach Stratford-upon-Avon and moor opposite the Shakespeare Theatre. In fact there is hardly anywhere in the country that cannot be reached from Upton upon Severn by inland waterways. For more adventurous cruising southwards, it is a day’s run to the Bristol Channel and open waters.