Marina Services
Boating HolidaysABC boat hire for narrowboat holidays and canal boat hire

Visit ABC Boat Hire the waterways holiday specialists with 12 bases across England, Scotland and Wales.

Narrowboat Holidays

Boat Maintenance

Let us look after your boat so you can spend your time enjoying your cruising.

Boatyard Services


We operate 14 marinas on the UK's inland waterways and can offer all services from moorings to full repairs.

Inland Waterways Marinas.
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Brokerage & Boat Sales

Comprehensive boat sales operation and the first place you should visit if you are looking for a used canal boat or narrowboat.

Secondhand Boat Sales.


Visit our comprehensive online chandlery store at Webchandler.

Extensive chandlery range.


Directions to the boatyard in various formats as well as our full address.

Directions and location


The team at Hilperton Marina look forward to welcoming you for your boating holiday, or quoting to carry out work on your own boat. WiFi

Hilperton Marina is located by the Kennet and Avon Canal on the outskirts of Trowbridge in  Wiltshire.
The marina is well equipped with a shop selling boat spares, canal maps, guides and confectionary. On the site there are boats for sale, boat building, moorings with electric hook ups, wifi and full marina services including a Crane for out of the water repairs.
The marina is operated by ABC Leisure Group one of the leading companies on the UK canal network who have another eight marinas strategically placed around the canal network, they have an excellent reputation for building high quality bespoke narrow boats, and can provide everything for the canalboat owner, or potential owner .

The marina provides excellent cruising in one direction through the quaint town of Bradford on Avon to the world heritage site of Bath and on to the City of Bristol mooring in its floating harbour.  In the other direction you can go up the magnificent Caen Hill lock flight to the county town of Devizes, on through the ancient Savernake Forest to eventually reach the Thames at Reading.