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Brigg   |   Denver   |   Upware   |   Northampton Marina

Denver Sluice is an important site for water management across large parts of the Cambridgeshire Fens, located at the confluence of five watercourses. Denver lock provides navigation access on to the tidal Great Ouse with passage to Salters Lode or on to Kings Lynn for access out to sea.

Facilities on site at Denver include a waterpoint, slipway, pump out, elsan point, car parking, CCTV and a picnic area. The Jenyns Arms pub and West Norfolk Rowing Club are both located at Denver Complex too.

Local attractions:

Downham Market


Kings Lynn


Useful information:

Leisure use only


West Bank - Online fixed mooring platforms.

East Bank  - Online fixed mooring platforms and rise and fall finger pontoons.

Mooring duration

Minimum 16 weeks, no maximum, renewed annually

Mooring fee

2021-22 season - West Bank £ 86.90 per metre, per year including VAT  

2021-22 season - East Bank £108.94 per metre, per year including VAT

Berth size

Various - maximum 37ft/ 11.30m

On-site facilities

Water, general rubbish bins, slipway, picnic area, Elsan, pump-out and toilets (currently closed for refurbishment).


Free car park on West Bank and small parking area next to East Bank moorings.


The moorings are covered by CCTV. The East Bank moorings are accessed via a padlocked gate.

Nearest postcode

PE38 0EQ

West Bank Moorings

Grid Ref: TF5875900861

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East Bank Moorings

Grid Ref: TF 58869 00861

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Visitor moorings

EA 48hr mooring on West Bank (TF 58658 00541 / What3Words photo.expansion.shunted).  Silt Fen Mooring is currently closed for use.

Location maps:

A map showing the location of Denver moorings
An aerial shot of Denver moorings
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