Deganwy Marina for sale on behalf of The Crown Estate

Fantastic opportunity for a new owner

29 June 2017

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One of the finest and most modern marinas in North Wales is being offered for sale by The Crown Estate. Deganwy Marina on the beautiful Conwy Estuary is fully equipped with pontoons, boat stands, yacht cradles and travel hoist, and an automatic tidal gate. Originally developed in 2004, the marina is an important part of the leisure and tourism industry in North Wales and is currently operated by Quay Marinas Limited which has attained a 5 Gold Anchors award from The Yacht Harbour Association.

Rod Perons of joint agents Cooke & Arkwright says: “The sale of Deganwy Marina offers a fantastic opportunity for a new owner.  The marina is equipped with 165 pontoon berths, a modern marina building with showroom, offices and on-shore facilities, all being of high quality, plus hardstanding / dry stack area and car parking. Adjoining a prestigious development including the 4 star Quay Hotel and Spa, the marina enjoys the exclusive atmosphere sought after by the discerning sailor.”

The scenic location faces 13th century Conwy Castle and Snowdonia National Park, while North Wales offers superb sailing waters and facilities all along the coast with the harbours of Pwllheli, Caernarfon, Conwy, Porthmadog, Aberdovey, Barmouth, Holyhead and Beaumaris all within easy reach for experienced sailors.

Deganwy Marina is being marketed for sale freehold on behalf of The Crown Estate by joint agents Cooke & Arkwright, Jones Peckover and Vail Williams.

Please contact: rod.perons@coark.com T: 01656 644644

Cooke & Arkwright have been providing rating valuation advice to The Welsh Rugby Union Limited (“WRU”) and Millennium Stadium plc for many years. They were recently successful in achieving substantial reductions in the assessments of the Millennium Stadium, covering both the 2005 and 2010 rating list. These negotiated reductions yielded savings of c.£3.5m which, crucially, allows the WRU to re-invest in rugby throughout Wales. They advise the WRU across the group portfolio including the National Centre of Excellence in the Vale of Glamorgan. The valuation issues across the WRU portfolio are complex requiring a high level of understanding of the funding and finances of professional sport in Wales. Cooke & Arkwright’s experience and understanding of these issues and application to the rating valuation have yielded these substantial negotiated reductions. The WRU and the Millennium Stadium entrust our work to organisations with the required levels in experience and expertise in dealing with these complex issues. I am glad to say we have this expertise in Wales. I would have no hesitation in recommending ratepayers making use of this Welsh based expertise.

Steve Phillips, Group Finance Director, Welsh Rugby Union Group