Middle Level
Boating in the East of England waterways
Middle Level Watermens' Club

The Club

A club for everyone interested in boating and the general well being of our local waterways, its wild life and environment

Club Facilities

Limited visitor moorings are available with prior arrangement being made with the harbour master. Sutton Staithe clubhouse is available to all members and provides many facilities. Providing no function is on, members may use this clubhouse for parties etc. Keys are available and can be signed out from the Harbour Master though tidiness rules will apply.

The Sutton Staith Club House also has limited moorings and provides many facilities for club members including private hire.
The Skoulding's Rest moorings have a slip way for launching and recovering medium sized craft and limited room for members boats and guest visitors from other boat clubs.

Local Amenities and Attractions in March

The Middle Level Watermen’s club is based a few minutes walk from the centre of the historic town of March. A good shopping area and a market place that opens twice a week (Wed. & Sat.). By the town bridge there is a pump-out & Elsan disposal station. March also has extensive short stay moorings and good pubs and restaurants.

St. Wendreda’s church in the town centre contains the finest late medieval double hammer beam angel roof in the country. The 118 angels together with saints and apostles were all carved between 1470 and 1520.