The council has berths available for boats along the Thames at the Windsor Promenade.
Mooring fees are
- £8 for a 24 hour overnight period for boats under 40 feet.
- £10 for a 24 hour overnight period for boats of 40 feet and over.
- 2 hour free mooring - there is an area in front of Barry's Cafe which can accommodate up to three boats.
- 25% discount to Advantage Card holders.
Fees are payable to the bailiff (Windsor Castle Moorings). Mooring is restricted to Environment Agency-licensed craft only (no return within 24 hours).
A water fill-up point for river users is located adjacent to the slipway near the Queen Elizabeth Bridge (Royal Windsor Way bridge). It has fresh water mains supply via a bibcock tap.
To ensure all river users can easily access the water point by using the berth adjacent to the water point, this berth is not available for overnight mooring. Once tanks have been filled please leave the berth as quickly as possible to allow others to use the water point.
Thames water lever can vary approx +/- 1.5m in a 24 hour period. The normal rise and fall in a 24 hour period approx1m is possible hence the offer for attendance. all vessels must have the appropriate insurance.
For enquiries and longer term lets please contact us at Enquiries@windsormoorings.co.uk.
(Prices as of April 2020)
The slipway is located at the rear of Windsor Leisure Centre, immediately downstream from the Queen Elizabeth Bridge (Royal Windsor Way bridge). The slipway is available to launch boats up to a maximum length of 6.7 metres (22ft) and a width of less than 4 metres (13ft).
At the bottom of the slipway there is a 150mm upstand/stop to reduce the risk of trailers passing beyond the end of the slipway. The water depth over this upstand will be 850mm during normal river conditions.
Before launching vessels users should check that the way is clear from obstruction.
Although trailer parking is available under the bridge, motor vehicles should be located in the pay and display car parks where standard charges apply. All users are asked to be considerate of other river users when parking their trailers within the designated area.