Thames Mooring

MOORINGS AVAILABLE ON THE THAMES, WEST LONDON. specialises in the provision of moorings in west London. We are able to provide safe, secure moorings in two principle locations on this key stretch of the tidal River Thames. These are mostly new facilities in attractive and prestigious settings, with restaurants, cafes and shops all within easy reach. All facilities benefit from excellent transport connections into central London.

We generally cater for the Dutch Barge or French Peniche genre of former trading vessel converted to leisure or residential use, from 15m up to 40m in length. We can also accommodate Narrow Boats, Wide Beams and similar steel hulled vessels on selected sheltered moorings. We are usually able to offer both short and long term security of tenure, with either an annually renewable mooring agreement or long leasehold and freehold on selected moorings,  all subject to availability.

All moorings are provided with full services, i.e. fresh water, electricity, sewerage connection, telecoms, and most have an option for undercover car parking.

We have five different mooring schemes across these locations at Battersea Reach and Brentford Kew Reach. Please view our Location plan to see the general area and click the relevant button to see more details of each individual scheme.

If you wish to apply for a mooring with us for a specific vessel, please complete the web application form. For more general enquiries, please just complete the Contact us form at the foot of this page.

Mike Barnes

Managing Director is a member of the following organisations:

British Marine Federation
The Yacht Harbour Association
BMF Thames Valley Association
Residential Boat Owners' Association


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