Port Dinorwic sold to local consortium

Specialist leisure property adviser, Christie & Co, has brokered the sale of Port Dinorwic Marina on behalf of Azets, which has been dealing with the administration of Port Dinorwic Marina Limited. The marina has been sold to The Waterside Consortium, a newly formed company of local investors.

The picturesque Port Dinorwic Marina, which dates back to 1763, was previously operated by The Marine and Property Group and offers year-round cruising in the Menai Strait, which separates North Wales and Anglesey.
Simon Monks, restructuring partner at Azets and joint administrator, commented: “Whilst Port Dinorwic Marina has had its challenges in recent years, its sale out of administration to a new owner/operator will enable the necessary investment to create a thriving marina that staff, berth holders and local community can be proud of. I wish the new owners every success in operating the marina going forward.”
Jon Patrick, head of leisure and development at Christie & Co, concluded: “Considerable interest in Port Dinorwic resulted in multiple offers for the business being received, a number from owners of holiday park businesses in and around the northwest, as well as community-based investors, lifestyle buyers and multi-site marina operators. We saw a marked increase in marina and marine related advisory work throughout 2023, with further new marina instructions already confirmed in Q1 2024.”


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