Category Archives for "Aire And Calder Navigation"

Goole Boathouse

GOOLE BOATHOUSE is located in a basin beside the Aire & Calder Canal which was formerly used for storage of timber. The water is kept at a constant level so that boats remain floating at all times.

Mooring is to modern floating pontoons which can be approached by a security gate, making Goole Boathouse one of the safest places to keep a boat in the Yorkshire area.


There are 140 moorings of various lengths giving suitable berths for yachts, cruisers, fishing vessels and canal boats. Electricity and water are available at the berths.

Other facilities include dry storage on land and under cover, a dry dock and a slipway, car parking and a well stocked chandlery. Narrowboats of up to 18 tons can be pulled out on our purpose-made trailer.

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Viking Marine

Viking Marine – sits at the end of the Aire and Calder canal in Goole, where the inland waterways meet the tidal rivers of the Ouse and Humber.

The Marina’s secure moorings provide a home to a diverse flotilla of yachts, power boats, barges and converted commercial vessels.


Facilities include a 20 Ton hoist, Dry Standing, Diesel and a Large Chandlery.

We can also provide you with a range of Maintenance and Repair Services.

Viking Marine

Viking Marine

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Lemonroyd Marina

Lemonroyd Marina is a quaint marina situated on the outskirts of Castleford, West Yorkshire on the Aire and Calder Navigation. Lemonroyd Marina offers moorings for up to 85 boats including narrowboats, wide-beams and canal cruisers.

Local shops are situated in the village of Methley. Local walks throughout the delightful Methley Woods.


Lemonroyd Marina

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