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On the water


Boston Marina lies at the heart of fenland Britain, near the Grand Sluice and will accommodate both seagoing vessels and those better suited to inland waterways. Secure moorings and a well-stocked chandlery make this the ideal base from which to explore Boston and the fens by water. Maritime Leisure Cruises provides public cruises from May to September and private charter hire until October on the Boston Belle and Mystere, taking you down the River Witham and out to The Wash. Boston Rowing Club


welcomes recreational rowers, as well as those aiming to compete in one of the various events held throughout the year, such as the annual Boston Rowing Marathon. This popular


y Useful contacts Maritime Leisure Cruises Boston Marina


Boston Rowing Club Water Rail Way


Boston Tennis Club


Geoff Moulder Leisure Complex Princess Royal Sports Arena


race covers 31 miles, from Lincoln to Boston and takes place on the third Sunday in September. The River Witham and


other drains in the Boston area are perfect for anyone with a keen interest in fishing. Licenses and permits are obtainable from the Environment Agency which will enable you to cast a line and catch bream, roach and tench. Recommended spots include the Sibsey Trader, Medlam Drain and the South Forty-Foot Drain, which attract coarse fishers from far and wide. The South Forty-Foot Drain has a fully accessible fishing platform. Westwood Lakes is a complex with four well- stocked fishing lakes and nineteen luxury log cabins, welcoming visitors for small breaks.


T: 07776 251878 T: 01205 364420


W: www.maritimecruises.co.uk W: www.bostonmarina.net


E: bostonrowingclub@gmail.com W: www.bostonrowingclub.co.uk T: 01522 782332 for a leaflet


T: 01205 355502 T: 01205 363483 T: 01205 358666


W: www.visitlincolnshire.com W: www.sustrans.org.uk W: www.bostontennis.co.uk


W: www.bostonleisurecentre.co.uk W: www.prsa.org.uk


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Taking to the water offers a new perspective on Boston


out & about


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