There are simple and easy transport connections to all marinas and pontoons along the wash, including connections by car, rail and flight.
King’s Lynn Visitor Pontoons
By car, King’s Lynn is easily accessed via the M11, A10 or A1 from the south and via the A47 and A17 from the Midlands and the North.
By rail, First Capital Connect operates services from London King’s Cross to Downham Market and King’s Lynn – hourly to King’s Lynn (half hourly at peak times) with average journey time 1 hr 40 mins. (East Midlands Trains offer connecting services from the Midlands and the North via Peterborough and Ely). At King’s Cross/London St Pancras Eurostar provides direct services to Paris and Brussels.
For more West Norfolk travel information, including ferry connections, flight details and public transport, please see the Visit West Norfolk website Travel section here.
Fosdyke Bridge is easily accessible by road, the A17, between King’s Lynn and the Midlands, also travelling south of Boston, Lincolnshire. Lincolnshire itself is accessible via the A1, M1 and M180. Travelling by bus, the nearest bus station is at Spalding, with the local Boston bus station providing bus services leading to Fosdyke via Sutterton and National Express connections too.
By rail there are services from Peterborough to Spalding Train Station Lincolnshire, and the East Coast Mainline runs via Lincolnshire with stations at Grantham and Newark (Nottinghamshire – but only a few miles from the Lincolnshire border). You can catch local connections into Lincoln and beyond.
For more travel information to Lincolnshire, including flight details, ferry connections and public transport, please see the Visit Lincolnshire site travel section here.
Wisbech Yacht Harbour
By car, the A47 passes close to Wisbech and the A10, A14, A17 and A1(M) are all easily accessible.
By train, railway Stations are located at March, Whittlesey and Manea. March benefits from a frequent rail service to Cambridge, Ely and Peterborough with direct links to Birmingham, Stansted Airport, Leicester and Stamford.
For more travel information to Wisbech and the Fens, please visit the official Visit Cambridgeshire Fens site travel section here.
Boston Gateway Marina
By car Boston is on the A16 which connects to Peterborough and the A1 from the south and A52 which connects to Grantham and the A1. South of Boston the A16 connects with the A17 to Newark and to King’s Lynn.
By train Boston connects to Nottingham via Sleaford with connection to Peterborough and Lincoln.