Set on the northern fringe of Regent's Park, Cumberland Basin moorings occupy what remains of the old limb off the Regent's Canal which used to see cargoes of hay brought to Cumberland Market, formerly located near the current site of Euston Station.
Five residential berths are accommodated in the basin, with eleven leisure moorings along the mainline canal.
Well located for local amenities and public transport, the site is within a short walk of Camden Lock Market, London Zoo and is on the doorstep of the stunning Regent's Park, as well as being very well positioned for exploring the wider city including by boat.
An established mooring, the residential craft here have a historic right of successive assignability and so may be sold on the mooring.
The moorings are situated just off Prince Albert Road (A5205).
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Electricity is provided to each berth by Smart Meters where electricty is purchased via an online account. Also provided are water and phone line (for which the berth holder arranges connection with a telecoms provider).
Mooring rings are provided for the secure mooring of craft.
Car parking is not available so residents must make their own arrangements.
Refuse, elsan and pump out are available at the nearby Little Venice facilities under the control of the local waterway, they do not form part of the mooring agreement, approximately 40 minutes' walk or cruise from the moorings.
Storage facilities are not provided.
All customer items must be stored on boats and not on any of the surrounding land areas.
The moorings may be viewed from the towpath opposite, access to the site is by appointment with the Moorings Manager.