Cruise Moor launch success

Published: Thursday, 29 February 2024

THE launch of Cruise Moor at Boatlife earlier this month has been hailed a great success.

Collaborating on the scheme

The brand new scheme which sees five independent family run marinas collaborating to offer inland waterway boaters the opportunity to enjoy discounted visitor moorings was launched with a question and answer session by representatives of the five marinas on the main stage at the Boatlife Birmingham event.

Cruise Moor logoCommenting on the launch Debbie Skinner of White Mills Marina enthused:

“We were so thrilled to be able to use Boatlife as the platform to launch our exciting new Cruise Moor scheme and it was wonderful to be able to take part in the panel discussion on the main stage. We have since had some terrific feedback along with some really positive comments.

"We are all now looking forward to the coming season and seeing our boaters getting out onto the waterways network and taking advantage of Cruise Moor which will provide them with the opportunity of staying on each of the participating marinas on a visitor mooring for up to two weeks with a fabulous 20% discount.”

CruiseMoorMapFinalThe marinas

The five marinas include Aqueduct Marina, Droitwich Spa Marina, Dunchurch Pools Marina, Overwater Marina and White Mills Marina.

Boaters can find out how to qualify for a Cruise Moor card from one of the participating marinas and then plan their cruising season in the knowledge that they can enjoy the facilities of another independent marina with a 20% reduction in visitor mooring fees. Information leaflets and maps depicting the location of the fab five marinas will all be available at Crick Boat Show.

The location of the marinas are shown in the map.

In the photograph, back left to right:

Nick Parkes—Droitwich Spa Marina. Robert PartonAqueduct Marina. Jo Oliver DunnChurch Pools Marina.

Front left to right: Janet MaughanOverwater Marina. Debbie SkinnerWhite Mills Marina.

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