£385 per metre, per year
Ipswich Haven Marina, New Cut East, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP3 0EA Latitude: 52o 2’ 57.33” N | Longtitude: 1o 9’ 32.30” E
There are a wide range of facilities available at the Marina, to which we add the feature of short term and visitor moorings at well-priced and affordable rates, allowing for weekend visits. We can comfortably manage 30 visitors in the dedicated visitor’s berths, there is ample access and manoeuvering space between all the berths, which range up to lengths of 20 metres, and all berths are fully serviced. The Marina attracts around 2,000 visits from yachts annually.
The Ipswich Haven Marina, at the heart of the town, has been open since May 2000 and was officially opened at a ceremony in July 2000 by Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, a British sailor, famous for being the first person to perform a single-handed non-stop circumnavigation of the globe, in 1969. He won the second Jules Verne Trophy, was named the ISAF Yachtsman of the Year award, together with sailing partner Sir Peter Blake, and in 2007, at the age of 67, he set a record as the oldest yachtsman to complete a round the world solo voyage in the Velux 5 Oceans Race.
Additional facilities include toilets, showers, and disabled toilets and facilities, launderettes, picnic areas with tables, large car parks, excellent all-round security, recycling, refuse, waste oil and battery disposal, storage ashore, diesel and gas sales, an MBT 25 Boat mover, 75 tonne WISE boat hoist, and last but by no means least these days, WiFi.
As well as Ipswich town being steeped in history, which should find you stopping frequently having seen something interesting, there are a whole plethora of places and venues to visit.
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Ipswich, in the county of Suffolk, is the oldest Anglo-Saxon town in England. It was granted a Royal charter in 1200 and has been closely linked with the discovery of the New World and with historical figures such as Cardinal Wolsey and Charles Dickens.
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