It may be coming to that time of year where you are thinking of where to finish your cruising season and moor up for the winter.
What better place to finish your summer than here at Aqueduct Marina? If you are thinking of giving your boat some TLC over the colder months, our workshop facilities are located on site.
With plenty of Winter Moorings available, please get in touch with us to secure your spot. We would advise booking in advance to avoid disappointment.
24TH SEPTEMBER 2022
12.00PM - 4.00PM
Whether you are new to boating or have years of experience, pop down to chat with our knowledgeable team about our wide range of facilities and services and find out how you can enjoy More Time For You and your boat at Aqueduct Marina.
Discuss your winter mooring requirements, let us know of any work you may need doing once the season ends that we can quote for, or get an update from us on the work you are having completed with us.
We look forward to seeing you!
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.RAM on the loose
Meaning of Ram – a male sheep, battering ram or to roughly force (something) into place… well its fair to say that RAM, the boat, which was launched at Aqueduct Marina today, is anything but sheepish, battered nor rough!
RAM is actually a brand new Canal and River Trust work-boat, and represents months of hard work by our extremely talented operations team. All members of the team have been involved in the project from start to finish and we are all very proud of the final result. The Shell was built onsite by our fabrication team then handed over to the painting department where it has been grit blasted to SA 2.5 standards and coated with a 2 Pac epoxy coating. After this RAM was completely rebuilt including a brand new Beta engine, internal fit out by Knights Narrow boats and electrical loom supplied by Loom Tech. The final painting touches where then applied including new C&RT logos and a hard wearing anti slip coating on the decks and walkways.
This craft has been very carefully designed and built to ensure that it is safe to use, comfortable for its users, extremely practical and will last the test of time as it helps with the vital maintenance work on our fantastic inland waterways.Ambassador Business of the Year Award
The Ambassador of the Year Award sponsored by Cheshire East Council was open to any business trading within the Crewe and Nantwich area of South Cheshire. Judges from Cheshire East Council awarded Aqueduct Marina with this award as they displayed expertise and leadership in the field on a regional and national area.
Robert Parton MD of the five gold anchor marina commented on the award: “It is a huge privilege to accept this award on behalf of the whole Aqueduct Marina team.”
“This award rounds of our successful tenth anniversary year, as it is especially rewarding to be acknowledged alongside many other brilliant South Cheshire companies. Our thanks go to the South Cheshire Chamber of Commerce, Cheshire East Council and master of ceremonies Cheshire Cat Radio.”
This award recognition for the Shropshire Union Canal based family marina joins the fourth consecutive Inland Marina of the Year award that was won at the Southampton International Boat Show in September.Aqueduct Newsletter November 2019
It’s time for the latest instalment of our Aqueduct Newsletter.
In this November issue we reflect on our latest award, look at a boat with some history as well as updates on team news and brokerage.
There’s also a brief update on the latest government clean air strategy and how you can get involved.
Enjoy this latest issue and if you haven’t already then why not subscribe and get it sent directly to you every two months.Aqueduct Marina – Voted Inland Marina of the Year 2019
Aqueduct Marina is immensely proud to announce that we have been awarded TYHA Inland Marina or the Year 2019, sponsored by Towergate insurance. This prestigious award was given out at the 2019 Southampton Boat Show and is open to over 160 Gold Anchor accredited marinas split over four categories (UK Inland, UK coastal, International and Superyacht).
This is the forth time Aqueduct Marina has been selected for the award which is made all the more meaningful as it is voted for by berth holders and customers alike. We won’t however be resting on our laurels and plan to keep pushing the Marina forward over the next 12 Months and beyond in order to make sure that we continue to offer our customers the best boating experiences and more time to enjoy those experiences.
Philip Langley, Marina and Operations Director at Aqueduct Marina, commented: “Aqueduct Marina is extremely thrilled and honoured to be awarded Inland Marina of the Year 2019, especially as this honour is selected by popular vote. This is the perfect way to cap off our 10th anniversary year and the award really belongs to our fantastic staff, who work tirelessly to make sure our customers get the best boating experience possible. Also, we would like to thank all those who voted, and we look forward to welcoming our existing, new and returning customers over the year ahead”
Jon White, General Manager of The Yacht Harbour Association, commented: “I wanted to share a huge congratulations to all the winners and runners up, as well as all marinas who received votes in the 2019 Towergate Marina of the Year competition. Marinas play a crucial role in enabling more people to get out on the water, so we are delighted to celebrate and reward the excellent work our marinas have achieved this year.”We are hiring! Aqueduct Marina Newsletter September 2019
It is now 2 Months on from when we relaunched the NEW style Aqueduct Newsletter and we have been blown away by the positive response it received.
Please click below to view this months edition, full of the latest news and insights.
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