In June 2018 Ian and Jules Lindsay took ownership of Lechlade Marina in Gloucestershire.
Follow the story here of the exciting renovation of 100 berths for cruisers, narrow boats and wide beams in an idyllic Cotswold setting at the start of the navigable River Thames. Just a few minutes walk from shops, cafés and pubs, you can begin to unwind as soon as you arrive at your boat.
Coming for 2019, completely refurbished shower block, new electric and water hook ups and much more to make your stay at the marina as comfortable and hassle free as possible.
See how far we've come...
Lechlade Marina is Under New Management
29th June 2018
We are delighted to announce that we have completed the acquisition of Lechlade Marina, which will enable us to begin the restoration of this wonderfully situated marina at the head…Read more
The clean up starts
10th July 2018
The clear up has begun, with the help of our very patient and loyal moorers, by tidying up the marina. We will shortly be installing a waste and recycling area…Read more
Everybody needs good neighbours
5th August 2018
We had a fantastic day yesterday making a huge stride forward tidying up the marina. 30 of our moorers and neighbours gave up some or all of their Saturday, and…Read more
Autumn in the marina
12th November 2018
Autumn has truly set in. On sunny days the chilly weather has produced boats that sparkle with frost, and on damp days the Thames glides along lazily underneath a mantle…Read more
Time to call in the professionals
29th January 2019
As January draws to an end, we are wondering where the month has gone. As ever, we have been very busy in the marina continuing to tidy up areas, renew…Read more
New season, new boats
25th April 2019
Throughout the winter the tidy up around the marina made good progress. We are continuing to repair or replace landing stages. The project to refurbish the loos and showers has…Read more
Full Steam Ahead!
4th June 2019
At the weekend Lechlade Marina hosted a rally for The Steamboat Association of Great Britain (SBA), https://www.steamboatassociation.co.uk. Eleven beautiful steamboats of different ages, shapes and sizes were launched on the…Read more