Welcome to
Saul Junction

Positioned in an attractive location in the beautiful English Cotswolds, along the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal

The perfect location to moor your boat in the South-West of England.

With a fantastic selection of services including a dedicated brokerage, showers, toilets, gas, coal, diesel, wood, pump out and 284 moorings, you’ll be sure to enjoy your stay at Saul Junction.

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The Marina

Saul Junction Marina offers 284 moorings is stunning surroundings at the Junction of the Gloucester & Sharpness Canal and Stroudwater Canal.

Enjoy the peace and tranquility of mooring in an area of outstanding natural beauty whilst being easily accessible to key commuter cities of Gloucester and Bristol.

Our on site services are second to none, ensuring all you need for your leisure cruise is available when you arrive including, fuel, coal, gas, elsan, pump out, laundry alongside toilets and showers.

Our fully stocked chandlery makes maintaining your boat easy whilst being able to stock up on those essentials before you set out to enjoy the local waterways and explore the stunning Cotswolds area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The nearby village of Frampton-on-Severn, is less than 5 minutes from the marina and is home to a post office and village shop, doctors and two local pubs. The nearest supermarkets can be found a short drive away in Stroud or Quedgeley.

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BOAT HIRE

Our day hire boats offer escapism from our busy lives and time to enjoy catching up with friends and family whilst taking in the stunning rural landscape which surrounds the area.

Whether you’ve long dreamed of taking to the water or just want to experience something new, taking one of our vessels out for a cruise will guarantee you time to relax and enjoy the tranquillity of floating through some of the most beautiful scenery our area has to offer while spending quality time with your family and friends.

Your waterways adventure starts from Saul Junction Marina, located in the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and located at the junctions of the Gloucester, Sharpness and Stroudwater Canal.

You have a fantastic choice of pristine British waterways to explore.

Each of our boats are named after Wind in the Willows characters and you’re sure to feel like you’re taking part in the books adventures with its evocative descriptions of the countryside interspersed with exciting exploits across the waterways.

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Chandlery

When you are choosing a marina to moor your boat, it’s important that your chosen marina has a good chandlery

Ours is stocked with the essentials you’ll need to get the most out of your boat including a variety of different sized ropes, brass fittings, fenders, gas bottles and much more.

If you have a specialist request or would like an item that we don’t currently stock, please speak to one of friendly members of staff. We’ll see what we can do to provide you with your item and keep it in stock for future should you need it on a regular basis.

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Around & About

Although situated in the stunning Gloucestershire countryside we are still central to several large towns and cities

Frampton on Severn is only a stone throws away from the marina. The historical village boasts the country's longest village green, at about 22 acres in size. The area east of The Green designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest, and there is an abundance of Flora and Fauna. The village is a hidden gem in the countryside, with the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal running alongside the village and many local activities right on the doorstep. Just beyond the canal, runs the River Severn. Both the canal and the river boast fantastic walks and views as well as interesting places to visit such as Purton Ship Graveyard.

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