The cost of a narrowboat mooring can vary depending on a number of factors, including the location, the size of the boat, and the type of mooring.
In general, moorings cost between £20 and £70 per foot per year. For example, a 30-foot narrowboat moored in a marina in the Cotswolds could cost around £1,200 per year.
It is important to note that mooring fees are not the only cost associated with owning a narrowboat. You will also need to factor in the cost of insurance, fuel, maintenance, and repairs.
If you are considering buying a narrowboat, it is important to budget for the cost of mooring. You can find more information about mooring fees on the websites of the Canal & River Trust and the Association of Waterways Cruising Clubs.
Here are some examples of mooring fees from different locations:
It is important to note that these are just examples and the actual cost of mooring will vary depending on the specific location and the type of mooring.