Facilities & Services
- 575 berths
- Max LOA: 30m
- Boat lifting and storage ashore
- 20 ton crane
- Trailer boat storage
- Engineering and repair services
- Laundry facilities
- Penton Hook Yacht Club
- 2 Pump-out stations
- 2 Slipways
- Electric Vehicle Charging available via 3 pin marina connection. Please contact the marina reception
- MDL WiFi
- Fuel (petrol, diesel)
Penton Hook is Britain's largest inland marina, set in 80 acres and with 575 berths. It’s on one of the loveliest reaches of the River Thames, close to the vibrant town of Staines-on-Thames and about a mile downstream from Runnymede where King John signed the Magna Carta.
The site provides has four first-class facility buildings, which include showers, toilets and full disabled facilities. There are purpose-built pontoons for narrowboats and Dutch barges, including a number of moorings for vessels up to 30 metres. There is also a private yacht club which organises a full programme of activities.
Penton Hook Marina offers outstanding boatyard facilities including a 20-ton crane, trailer boat storage, boat lifting, storage ashore and two pump-out stations. It is also the designated boatyard for Bray Marina and Windsor Marina, our two other locations on the Thames.
Out and about
There are numerous other places to visit on the Thames. Cruise upstream to Windsor and the charming village of Datchet and follow the river as far as Oxford, taking in one of the many waterside restaurants on the way. Thorpe Park is also within walking distance, offering hours of fun and amusement for the whole family.
Our Bray and Windsor marinas are within a few hours cruising, and offer reciprocal berthing facilities for Freedom Berthing members. Or, in around six hours, you can cruise into the tidal Thames, right into Central London.
Freedom Berthing gives you even more freedom to explore any of the 18 marinas in our UK network stretching from Devon to Suffolk, plus 96 European destinations in France, Spain and Italy.