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The premier destination for canal boats for sale near London

Welcome to Roydon Marina Village, the premier destination for canal boat enthusiasts. We're excited to offer a selection of top-quality canal boats for sale near London, including a range of narrow boats for sale that are perfect for cruising the waterways.

Are you tired of the hustle and bustle of city life? Are you craving a slower, more relaxed pace of living? Have you always dreamed of exploring the peaceful waterways of the UK? If you're feeling stuck in the daily grind and searching for a way to escape, then Roydon Marina Village has the solution for you.

Perhaps you've spent hours scrolling through online listings for canal boats for sale in London, feeling overwhelmed and unsure of where to start. It can be frustrating and disheartening to try and navigate the complex world of canal boats, especially if you're not an experienced boater.

That's where we come in. At Roydon Marina Village, we specialise in offering a wide selection of top-quality canal boats for sale near London. From narrow boats to wide beams, we have a range of boats to suit all preferences and budgets. Our team of experts is here to guide you through the process and help you find the perfect boat for your needs.

Featured Canal Boats For Sale near London

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Glen Moray

In Roydon Marina Village

Welcome to Glen Moray, a stunning 57ft cruiser stern narrow boat that was expertly crafted by Viking Canal Boats in 2016. Equipped with a Beta Marine 43HP engine, Glen Moray provides a comfortable and smooth cruising experience on the water.

Whether you're exploring the waterways for a weekend or embarking on a longer journey, Glen Moray will provide you with everything you need for an unforgettable adventure on the water.

For sale at Roydon Marina Village, Essex.

5stars ROY

“Thank you so much for both the sale of beloved boat and for the purchase of our new one. Thanks to you this has been a wonderful and painless experience.”

5stars ROY

“Thank you so much for all your advice re. buying a boat. You have been so generous with your knowledge and your time and for that I’m eternally grateful. It’s made a rather daunting task really enjoyable and I’ve loved doing business with you. I cannot thank you enough for all your help. Thanks so much.”

Recommended ROY

“5 Stars! I’ve been there visiting a boat. They weren't just helpful but very kind as well, they didn't rush answering my question. Recommended”

Recommended ROY

“Thank you so much for your professionalism and your help in securing the sale of our new boat to which we are very grateful. Our best regards to you”

Find us

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By Road

Roydon Marina Village is located on the B181 just north of Roydon Village towards Stanstead St Margarets. The A414 is the nearest dual-carriageway to Roydon Marina Village.

By Rail

There is a regular, direct train service to and from London Tottenham Hale or Liverpool Street to Roydon train station.

By Air

Roydon Marina Village is within a 30-minute drive or train ride of Stanstead Airport.

By Bus

There are several bus stops for the 381 service to Harlow that stop in Roydon Village. A 10-minute walk from Roydon Marina Village.

Find Roydon Marina Village's Narrow Boats For Sale, London

Roydon Marina Village operates a Lakeland Leisure Boat Sales brokerage here in Essex on the River Stort.

Find us at:

CM19 5EJ

Or alternatively via the What3Words address: ///pose.whites.leans

Email Call 07534 655702

Frequently Asked Questions

The popularity of boats is on the rise, mainly due to their versatility and the multiple benefits they offer. Narrow boats, in particular, can be utilised for a range of purposes, including leisure, business, and investment opportunities. It's no wonder why so many people are attracted to this option. In fact, some individuals even decide to live on their boat full-time.

However, if you're unsure whether it's the right choice for you, this FAQ should help provide some clarity.

What are the running costs of owning a boat?
Booking a boat survey?
What’s the difference between a Cruiser Stern, Semi-Trad and Traditional narrowboat?
Can I moor my boat anywhere along the canals and how long can I stay?
Pump Out or Cassette? Which is best?
How do I get hot water on a boat?
What about heating on a boat?
How much diesel do I need to run my boat?