Bray Marina, in its country park setting, provides berth holders with a delightfully tranquil mooring. The 400-berth marina has an active boating club as well as boat training lessons and handling competitions, a small chandlery, engineering services, brokerage and fuel.Mediterranevm, a new Mediterranean dining experience is located at the marina and offers stunning views out across the river, as well as a sumptuous menu. And just a short walk into Bray itself, there are now three Heston Blumenthal restaurants: The Fat Duck, The Crown at Bray, and The Hind's Head.
On-site boatyard services at Bray Marina are delivered by Bray Craning, who carry out lifting, antifouling and polishing.
The nearest pump out station is located at Windsor Marina. The Canal & River Trust have developed an interactive map to help boat users locate facilities along our waterways, including pump out stations, water points and recycling points. The disposal of sewage from boats on the inland waterways is prohibited by law and the navigation authorities require that sea toilets are sealed. Click here for the location map.
There are many attractions nearby. Upstream is the National Trust property, Cliveden House, with its extensive gardens and woodlands. Cookham is home of the Queen's Swan Keeper, who can sometimes be seen in his traditional costume. Further on still is Hambledon Mill – and from here, the river is navigable as far as Lechlade.
Downstream lie the historic towns and villages of Windsor, Eton, Datchet and Runnymede. And if you use Penton Hook as a stop-off overnight, Central London comes within cruising reach.
To reward our loyal berth holders and visitors in the UK, we’ve introduced Otium Rewards. Our brand new loyalty scheme is your fast-track to exclusive loyalty points and rewards. It’s free to join and every point you earn gives you £1 that can be spent on any of our services.
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