How to Get There

 

CRICK MARINA IS AT: West Haddon Rd, Crick, Northants, NN6 7SQ. 

By Water

Crick Marina is on the Grand Union Canal between bridges 12 and 13. Crick is 5½ miles and 7 locks from Norton Junction (on the Grand Union main line), and 17 miles and 10 locks from Foxton Bottom Lock (on the Grand Union Leicester Line).

By Road

From M1 Junction 18, take the A428 towards West Haddon, bypassing the centre of Crick Village. After the end of the bypass, the A428 crosses the Grand Union Canal on a hump-back bridge. The entrance to Crick Boat Show is the on the left just after the bridge.

By Rail/Air/Coach

For the help getting to Crick by public transport, please see Traveline (opens in new window).

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Since opening in 1996, Crick Marina has become one of the most sought-after marinas in the country.

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