Maiden Marine

Turning Your Boating Dreams Into Reality!

Maiden Marine’s team has been Beneteau Yachts specialists since 1987. We offer a complete solution in the North West – Yacht sales, brokerage, and after-sales support, as well as Chandlery, Sail loft & Boat Yard facilities. A personal service, for discerning boat buyers from Windermere, North West, the UK to the Mediterranean.

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Covid Update 

Maiden Marine – Statement 24th February 2021


With the Government Announcement yesterday, regarding the road map out of lockdown, we wanted to set out our interpretation of the next steps.  We are not Policing these statements; we can only advise on our understanding of the rules.     We can only ask that our customers and friends continue to stay safe and respect these measures put in place so we can all enjoy a return to some sort of normality.

From the 29th March 

  • Our Chandlery Shop remains closed on a call and collect basis only. Call Nick on 015394 88050 for any parts you require.
  • You can come and day sail your boat, but you must not stay overnight and you must not travel a long distance to get here, the rules are still to “stay local”

From the 12th April

  • Our Chandlery Shop will re-open, with Covid Safety measures in place.
  • You can stay aboard your boat with your own family group.
  • Our Toilet & Shower facilities will re-open with Covid Safety measures in place.

From 17th May

  • Indoors – the rule of six applies, (or two households) can stay on board your boat.

From 21st of June

  • If all goes well………..We hope for some return to normality! Fair winds and Champagne Boating conditions, as always on Windermere!!


The following is a statement from the British Marine Federation

Government advice for recreational boating and maintenance

British Marine have had it confirmed by the UK Government that boating is a form of exercise and therefore is an accepted excuse to leave home in England. There are several important caveats to this, primarily that members of the public cannot travel out of their local area to reach their vessel and that all exercise must be done in line with government guidance i.e. can only be done with members of 1 household/bubble or one other and social distancing is maintained. Members of the public are urged to check with the local navigation authority, harbour authorities and the Marinas for local rules before travelling to their vessels.

Maintaining second homes, caravans, boats and other assets is not generally a reasonable excuse for leaving home. However, people may leave home to secure their second home, caravan or boat in order to avoid it posing a risk of harm/injury to themselves or others.

This guidance is taken directly from the site found here

Karen, Jim, John and all the Team at Maiden Marine.