Please come and join us on Saturday 9th July for our annual open day! A day filled with live music, boats for sale, workshop tours, a BBQ and much more!
Discuss all of your narrowboat requirements with our staff, whether this be; moorings, blackings, welding, painting or anything in between.
There will also be a range of our marine industry suppliers present, including the wonderful Knight’s Narrowboats, to answer any questions you may have.
For more information, please click here: https://aqueductmarina.co.uk/event/open-day-2022/
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April is usually seen as the start of the season for most people, and this year the team at Aqueduct began the 2022 season with an opportunity for people to come along and meet the team. The event gave visitors the chance to talk to a number of staff members and ask questions about moorings, maintenance and sales.
In preparation, marina staff undertook a spring clean to plant up the flower beds, spruce up areas that needed a lick of paint and even renovate the Elsan point! As a result of the spring clean, the marina was ready to welcome visitors with drinks and canapés.
The event saw good numbers of people participate and take the opportunity to discuss the coming season with staff in an informal setting. Phil Langley (Marina and Operations Director) led the event and said, “The Staff site maintenance day was a great success, giving all the team a chance to do something constructive and different around the marina; we also mixed people up, so we were not working with our normal colleagues, leading to some great inter-team bonding.”
Phil went on to say, “The meet the team day also had a positive impact on our customers who enjoyed seeing office staff out in their overalls. A couple of days later, this was followed by our meet the managers afternoon and marina customers social, which also saw a good-sized crowd attend. As a result, we booked in some extra work as well as gaining a couple of new moorers. It also allowed our existing customers to catch up with their fellow Aqueduct boaters while enjoying a glass of wine”.
These are just the first of a number of events planned throughout the 2022 season at the Church Minshull marina. Details of these will be posted on the marina’s website and social media channels.
Aqueduct Marina Newsletter – Spring 2022
Aqueduct Marina are delighted to be able to publish our Spring 2022 newsletter.
We hope you enjoy reading our latest updates and news of the marina, here’s to a fantastic summer ahead!
Click on the document below to view your copy of the Spring 2022 Newsletter.Aqueduct help Canal & River Trust get the “Games On”
Aqueduct Marina are proud to have been asked by the waterways and wellbeing charity Canal & River Trust to build a new boat in time for the Commonwealth Games in July in Birmingham. The new boat, which will be called Aquarius II, will replace the original craft Aquarius. Despite this being the name of the mythical water carrier, this boat will be used for something somewhat less glamorous but nonetheless important: to collect debris from the waterways in and around the Birmingham area during and after the games.
The engineers at Aqueduct are no strangers to building or refurbishing some of the Trust’s fleet of workboats and it is this experience, coupled with the unique skillset of the workshop team, that helped the Cheshire marina be awarded the contract.
Robert Parton, MD of Aqueduct Marina, said: “We are proud to be supporting the Trust in their program of bringing their workboat fleet up to modern standards, this one is more interesting with its connection to the Commonwealth Games this summer.”
Mick Carrington, Plant & Equipment Manager at Canal & River Trust, said: “Aquarius II is going to be another essential workboat for our fleet. It will be a vast improvement on the old craft, providing improved performance from its battery-powered electric propulsion drive, and the welfare provisions have been updated to provide 240-volt electrics and toilet facilities. The timely arrival of the new craft will ensure, with the help of the Trust’s dedicated volunteers, that Birmingham’s canals are looking their best as the city welcomes thousands of visitors for the Commonwealth Games. We have worked with Aqueduct Marina before and have been impressed by their operational capabilities and skilled engineers, and we are delighted to entrust them with the build.”
Aquarius is 35ft long and has battery-powered propulsion making it very environmentally friendly and quiet in operation.Aqueduct Marina Newsletter – Winter 2021
Aqueduct Marina are delighted to be able to publish our Winter 2021 newsletter.
We hope you are still all well and keeping safe and have a brilliant Christmas with your family, friends, and boat of course!
Click on the document below to view your copy of the Winter 2021 Newsletter.Aqueduct Marina Newsletter – Autumn 2021
Aqueduct Marina are delighted to be able to publish our Autumn 2021 newsletter.
We hope you are still all well and keeping safe and have had a fantastic summer with your family, friends, and boat of course!
Even though the end of the season is looming, it is still extremely busy here and we are making lots of plans for next year. Watch this space!
Click on the document below to view your copy of the Autumn 2021 Newsletter.Aqueduct Marina Newsletter – Summer 2021
We are delighted to be able to publish our Summer 2021 newsletter.
A lot has happened since our last newsletter, we hope you are all well and keeping safe through these strange times we have been living in for the last 18 months.
There are lots of exciting things happening at Aqueduct Marina and plenty of plans in the pipeline, so keep your eyes peeled!
Click on the document below to view your copy of the Summer 2021 Newsletter.Aqueduct Marina November Newsletter
Covid, awards and new toys… its been a strange but busy few months at the marina. Inside this issue we look at what has happened over the past few months as well as looking ahead to what 2021 has in store. Click the link below to view your copy.COVID 19 Update – 12/05/2020 Getting back to work Aqueduct retain five gold anchor status
Here’s the first Aqueduct newsletter for 2020!
In this January issue we look ahead to 2020, have an update on a busy year for brokerage, reflect on a successful award season for the marina and one of its moorers as well as proving you with general updates for the year ahead.
There’s also a brief update on the latest consultations and elections and the water regulation advisory scheme (WRAS).
Enjoy this latest issue and if you haven’t already then why not subscribe and get it sent directly to you every two months.
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