Narrowboat Moorings at Mid Warwickshire Yacht Club, (MWYC)

We are located at the heart of Warwickshire on an enviable position, north of bridge 57 on the Grand Union Canal.  Being on the eight mile pound, between Hatton and Knowle enables our members to cruise all day without negotiating a single lock and is the perfect base to take advantage of some of Britain's most popular waterways such as the; Staffordshire & Worcester Canal, Stratford-upon-Avon Canal, Stourbridge Canal, Wyrley & Essington Canal, Grand Union Canal, Birmingham & Fazeley Canal, Tame Valley Canal, Birmingham Canal Navigations.

The aim of the MWYC is to to encourage and promote boating, increase the knowledge and technical ability of its members and promote social contact among boating enthusiasts. The club, wherever possible is self sufficient with the membership providing the manpower and skills necessary for the upkeep and care of the club grounds, moorings and facilities.

Social Scene

The club hosts various events throughout the year including:
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Facilities & Services offered

within the secure grounds and canal side areas:


Weather at MWYC
Club Pavillion, Kitchen, Chemical Toilet Disposal Point
Secure Canal Mooring for approximately 35 boats with illuminated paved access
Mooring areas serviced by 240 electricity and mains water
Wheelchair Access to Moorings
Slipway and winch
Autumn Winter and Spring boat lifts
Ample car parking Over winter mooring for summer cruisers
Short term mooring for fellow AWCC members
Christmas Lunch & New Year’s Party
Informal suppers and get-togethers
Commodores Weekend & Cruise
Children's Activities
Treasure Hunts
Summer Pig Roast & canal side BBQs
Club AGM
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