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Warwick Boats Ltd
St Nicholas Park
Tel : +44 01926 494743
£2.50 - £14.00
£3.50 - £14.00
£3.50 - £14.00
We offer boat hire, sales and tuition and a fantastic venue for private and corporate parties. A range of motor boats, traditional rowing skiffs, canoes, kayaks, pedaloes and kids electric bumper boats. Kids and adult water sports courses, day and weekend river trips across the UK and family activity holidays abroad.
In boat sales we offer a range of inflatable, small fishing boats, sailing dinghies and fenders. Along with Mercury, Mariner and Tohatsu outboard engines. We also specialise in electric outboards from Minn Kota (Japan) and Motor Guide (USA).
Car Parking Price: £1.20 for 3 hours.
From the M40 take the ""Warwick"" exit and head into town, down High Street. At the traffic lights turn right onto the A425 Banbury Road. Go over the roundabout (with Warwick Castle pedestrian entrance on your right).
St.Nicholas Park entrance is on your left just after St. Nicholas church. Park in the car park and as you look to the river the boathouse is in the right hand corner of the car park next to Castle Road bridge.
By Public Transport
Nearest station: Warwick is 1 miles
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