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Haslar Marina
1. Haslar Marina
(Gosport)
3.8

The friendly atmosphere at Haslar Marina is supported by the active Haslar Yacht Club, helpful on-site businesses and bars, and the can-do approach of our staff. Some of our berth holders have been with us for more than 20 years, so we must be getting things right! We like to keep things nice for our berth holders and visitors, so we've rebuilt washrooms, dredged, re-wired and painted, and we've got more improvements coming.

Yarmouth Marina
2. Yarmouth Marina
(Yarmouth)
3.8

A largish marina with good shelter and moorings and a short walk into the picturesque fishing, ferry and yachting port, widely regarded as one of the jewels of the South Coast. The deepwater harbour retains its old world aura while visiting yachtsmen will find a range of amenities which are very much up to date and accepted as being among the best in the South.

Port Hamble Marina
3. Port Hamble Marina
(Hamble)
3.8

Port Hamble Marina is on the River Hamble, right in the heart of the South Coast's sailing scene. With thousands of visitors every year, this busy marina is popular with racing enthusiasts and cruising vessels looking for an exciting atmosphere. The picturesque Hamble Village, with its inviting pubs and restaurants, is only a few minutes walk away.

Cowes Yacht Haven Marina
4. Cowes Yacht Haven Marina
(Cowes)
3.8

Cowes Yacht Haven represents the heart of the sailing world in Cowes. Whether you are looking to berth your boat or entertain corporate clients in a unique setting, Cowes Yacht Haven has it all. Centrally located, visitors have instant access to Cowes town centre, the Parade, with its range of Yacht Clubs, including the historic Royal Yacht Squadron, and beautiful Northwood Park, with its tennis courts, and pleasant walks. Home to regattas such as Cowes Week, Commodore's Cup and the Swan Regatta, Cowes Yacht Haven also welcomes visiting yachtsmen for long and short term berthing.

Folly Reach Marina
5. Folly Reach Marina
(Cowes)
3.7

It can take as little as 20 minutes to motor to Folly Reach from the harbour entrance. Almost halfway up the River Medina, it is a world away from the hustle and bustle of Cowes and is designated as a 'Site of Special Scientific Interest'. Please produce minimum wash in this area, keeping your speed below 6 knots through the water. Pontoon moorings are available although most require use of a tender or the Folly water taxis to get ashore.

Port Solent Marina
6. Port Solent Marina
(Cosham)
3.7

Port Solent is at the northern most point of Portsmouth Harbour some 45minutes of motoring up a dredged channel. The marina provides excellent shelter and facilities. Port Solent is a worthy recipient of The Yacht Harbour Association’s Five Gold Anchors Award and arguably the best marina on the South Coast. Add a kaleidoscope of restaurants, a multiplex cinema and a health club plus a children’s playground and this marina has it all

Weymouth Marina
7. Weymouth Marina
(Weymouth)
3.7

Weymouth Marina is tucked away at the head of the harbour, with quiet, secure berths just a stroll from the beach and shops.

East Cowes Marina
8. East Cowes Marina
(East Cowes)
3.7

With the exception of a few berths, the marina is dredged to 2m. We've happily moored Clipper round-the-world yachts, Swan 60s and even a Volvo 70. Very deep draught yachts should check clearance at the chain ferry. The marina office, washrooms and laundry are located in the Octagon building, near L and M pontoons and the main access ramp. The office is open 8am to 5pm in the winter, and 8am to 7pm in the summer, extending to 8pm or later during July and August. We have a wide range of tourist and travel information, and can advise on days out and places to eat and more.

St Katherine Docks Marina
9. St Katherine Docks Marina
(London)
3.6

St. Katharine Docks offers great facilities in an iconic setting. As the only central London marina, visitors can enjoy the unique experience of sailing up the Thames and mooring right next to the Tower of London and Tower Bridge. We welcome vessels from all over the world, and many people visit us just to watch the locking in take place each day.

Keyhaven Lake
10. Keyhaven Lake
(Yarmouth)
3.4

A U bend behind the sandbank is shallow and all but dries in low tide but may provide anchorage for the right boat in the right condition.

Lymington Yacht Haven Marina
11. Lymington Yacht Haven Marina
(Lymington)
3.4

Lymington Yacht Haven has 600 berths all-tide berths, serviced with water, electricity and free Wi-Fi. Marina facilities include brand new state-of-the-art luxury washrooms and laundry facilities; the recently refurbished and extended Haven Bar & Restaurant; a well-stocked chandlery and small convenience store; recycling facilities and specialist waste disposal; 24 hour manned security with CCTV; and extensive car parking. Boatyard services include on-water 24 hour diesel and unleaded petrol; extensive boatyard services; and many other services provided on-site, including marine engineers, marine electronics, yacht maintenance and repairs, rigging specialists, yacht charter companies, yacht brokerage and new boat sales.

Weymouth Bay
12. Weymouth Bay
(Weymouth)
3.4

A large bay north of Portland and east of Weymouth providing shelter from westerlies.

Lymington Marina
13. Lymington Marina
(Lymington)
3.2

Lymington is one of the UK’s premier yachting centres and is located in an enviable position at the ‘gateway’ to the western Solent making it a popular destination for sailors, power boaters and cruisers throughout the season. The harbour is easily accessible with deep water access to all visitor mooring areas. There is a wide choice of berths and facilities available in the sheltered waters of the Lymington River, ranging from fully serviced marinas to walk ashore berths and mooring buoys at Town Quay, right at the centre of the town. The harbour also boasts the very popular ‘Dan Bran’ pontoon where up to fifty (10m) boats can be moored together thus making for a great party atmosphere for visiting rallies.

Berthon Lymington Marina
14. Berthon Lymington Marina
(Lymington)
3.2

One of the first yacht marinas to be built in the UK, Lymington Marina offers 280 deepwater, well-protected Lymington River berths for yachts up to 45m (150ft) LOA in the Georgian town of Lymington, on the West Solent close to Hurst Castle and the Needles. A continuous programme of investment delivers excellent private facilities for anything from an overnight stay to a permanent base for your yacht. Full Marina facilities are available, including shore power, water, fuel (diesel and petrol), showers, a launderette, and ice.

Gunwharf Quay Marina
15. Gunwharf Quay Marina
(Portsmouth)
3.1

Fantastically located at the mouth of Portsmouth Harbour, beneath the iconic Emirates Spinnaker Tower, Gunwharf Quays Marina offers immediate access to the Solent and some of the best sailing and cruising on the South Coast.On site, you can enjoy all that Gunwharf Quays has to offer. Use us as a long term base, or visit for the weekend, and take advantage of over 90 premium retail outlet shops, over 30 restaurants, cafes and bars, a cinema, bowling alley and casino, as well as our excellent marina facilities.With excellent customer service, on site security and all berthing within a pontoon stroll of the centre, it is no surprise that Gunwharf Quays holds the Yacht Harbour Association's 4 Gold Anchors award.Set against the vibrant backdrop of Portsmouth's Historic Naval Dockyard, this specially designed marina can accommodate power and sail craft up to 80 metres LOA with a maximum depth of 5.5 metres. Offering spacious and easily accessible marina berths this well positioned marina offers all guests a unique waterside experience.Add a friendly and professional team, who are dedicated to making your stay an enjoyable one, and you have the perfect destination marina.

Noss Marina
16. Noss Marina
(Dartmouth)
3.1

Set on the sunny eastern bank of the River Dart, in a secluded area of outstanding natural beauty and just minutes from Dartmouth, Noss on Dart Marina offers easy access to some of the most beautiful anchorages and ports in Devon. Step into amazing woodland walks along the Dart Valley Trail, go wildlife spotting, or sample the delights of the local festivals and regattas.

The Shipyard Harbour
17. The Shipyard Harbour
(Littlehampton)
3.0

The Shipyard Littlehampton provides deep water pontoon moorings only a few hundred yards from the harbour entrance on the river Arun.

Trinity Landing Harbour
18. Trinity Landing Harbour
(Cowes)
2.5

Trinity Landing is located just inside the entrance to Cowes Harbour and provides walk-ashore access to the heart of Cowes. It is often used as a landing point for visiting vessels.

Cowes Roads Swinging Moorings Harbour
19. Cowes Roads Swinging Moorings Harbour
(Cowes)
2.5

Two rows of heavy duty yellow swinging moorings are laid, one to the west of the harbour entrance between Egypt Point and the Royal Yacht Squadron, providing deep water moorings for vessels up to 25m in length, and one to the east of the harbour entrance and south of the Snowden buoy for vessels between 10-35m in length.

Shepards Wharf Marina
20. Shepards Wharf Marina
(Cowes)
2.5

Short-term and overnight berthing managed and run by friendly staff who know and love their local area and whose mission is to help you draw the best from your boating experiences. Wide water access and easy access pontoons serviced with 240v power and fresh water points.

Town Quay  Harbour
21. Town Quay Harbour
(Cowes)
2.5

Adjacent to the Red Jet terminal and in front of the Cowes Harbour Office providing easy, walk-ashore access direct to Cowes High Street. Vessels of up to 7m in length are permitted to use the pontoons. Town Quay is very popular with RIBs and can become extremely busy during the high season with vessels normally required to berth in rafts.

Whitegates Pontoons Harbour
22. Whitegates Pontoons Harbour
(Cowes)
2.5

Visitor moorings just past the Chain Ferry on the port side. You will need to use the water taxis or your dinghy to get ashore. These moorings are quiet and ideal for craft wishing to stay overnight in Cowes but outside of a marina. They represent excellent value and many are suitable for deep draught vessels.

Island Marina
23. Island Marina
(Cowes)
2.5

Island Harbour is set in a beautiful and secluded valley and offers easy access to Newport, Osborne House and (just once a year) the site of the Isle of Wight Festival. The marina offers over 200 berths for annual moorings and visiting yachts, an on-site bar/ restaurant, a launderette, and free WiFi. Full marine services include a well-stocked chandlery and 50 ton travel hoist, free car parking for yachting visitors along with extensive hard standing. The marina is just under half a mile upstream from the Folly Inn, exceptionally well sheltered and dredged up to 2.3m. Access is via lock gates up to 4 hrs either side of High Water. The maximum draft is 2.3m over the sill of the lock, depending on tide height.

Gosport Marina
24. Gosport Marina
(Gosport)
2.5

Just 500m from the mouth of Portsmouth Harbour, Gosport Marina offers immediate access to the Solent and with it the opportunity to experience all the delights of boating on the South Coast. A worthy recipient of the Yacht Harbour Association’s Five Gold Anchors award, this marina has first-class facilities and a dry stack option. Add a lovely onsite café- bistro and you have the perfect berth

Endeavour Quay Harbour
25. Endeavour Quay Harbour
(Gosport)
2.5

A small quay home to yacht builders offers repair facilities.

Royal Clarence Marina
26. Royal Clarence Marina
(Gosport)
2.5

Once the Royal Navy Victualling Yard, Royal Clarence is a deep water marina of 145 berths, accessible at all states of the tide. Its fantastic sheltered position, close to the mouth of Portsmouth harbour provides excellent access to the Solent, making it the perfect base for cruising the south coast, Isle of Wight or France. And if the weather is inclement there’s always the bustling Gunwharf Quays to entertain you with its shops, restaurants, bars and cinema. Royal Clarence Marina has a traditional maritime feel with views over Portsmouth's historical dockyard and the Spinnaker Tower from across the harbour in Gosport. If you are looking for a marina with deeper or larger berths than most boats need, accessible at all states of the tide, no swell, almost no tide, heavier duty pontoons and great facilities, Royal Clarence is the perfect place for you.

Southsea Marina
27. Southsea Marina
(Portsmouth)
2.5

Nestling on the Eastney Peninsula, in the quieter reaches of Langstone Harbour, Southsea Marina is perfectly located for exploring the delights of the Solent. A friendly, working marina, ideal for sailing and motor cruisers alike, Southsea offers outstanding value, first-class facilities and a personal service that includes a 24-hour manned reception.

Hamble Point Marina
28. Hamble Point Marina
(Hamble)
2.5

Hamble Point Marina is hard to beat for its location alone, right at the mouth of the River Hamble with easy access to the world famous waters of the Solent. This makes the marina a magnet for competitive sailors from around the globe, and a favourite with racers and cruising yachtsmen alike. The 230-berth marina itself offers extensive shore-side facilities. Besides a well-stocked chandlery, bar and restaurant, Hamble Point also has the best range of new and used boats for sale on the South Coast. There is also a dry stack system with 129 berths for motorboats up to 10 metres. Offering increased security and lower maintenance costs, the service includes unlimited launching on demand seven days a week.

Swanwick Marina
29. Swanwick Marina
(Hamble)
2.5

Set in the quiet upper reaches of the Hamble River, Swanwick Marina offers 24-hour access to the cruising grounds of the Solent. Nearby, the delightful waterside villages of Bursledon, Hamble and Warsash provide great walks and a good selection of restaurants and pubs. Excellent access by road, quality facilities and a fully serviced boatyard complete the picture

Universal Marina
30. Universal Marina
(Hamble)
2.5

Universal Marina is an independent, family operated marina on the Hamble, just 20 minutes from the river mouth and only 5 minutes drive from the main access roads to the river. Set in 68 acres of tranquil, environmentally protected surrounds, Universal has been transformed into a state of the art yachting gem, both on and off the water. As well as a welcoming team of staff there is a community of diverse businesses and services to meet all your leisure and sailing needs. Access through secure gates to finger pontoons with power, water and WIFI available to each berth. There is ample free parking onsite

Central Beach
31. Central Beach
(Lytham St Annes)
2.5

A small jetty extends into the estuary that is only accessible during high tide.

Ribble docks Harbour
32. Ribble docks Harbour
(Lytham St Annes)
2.5

A small creek private members harbour for small yachts.

Mayflower Town Quay
33. Mayflower Town Quay
(Southampton)
2.5

A large car park garden with a long quayside next to the Red Funnel Ferry port.

Penzance Harbour
34. Penzance Harbour
(Lizard)
2.5

The northern part of the harbour is shallow for smaller boats, while the southern part provides good shelter for visiting yachts.

Porthleven Harbour
35. Porthleven Harbour
(Lizard)
2.5

Porthleven village is one of the most attractive holiday locations in Cornwall with an annual Food Festival, RNLI Gala Day, and a host of other events. Porthleven's many restaurants, historic inns, galleries and shops are busy and thriving. The harbour provides some shelter for visitors on the quayside .

Mullion Cove Harbour
36. Mullion Cove Harbour
(Lizard)
2.5

A tiny harbour that dries during low tide provides little option for visiting yachts.

St Michael's Mount Harbour
37. St Michael's Mount Harbour
(Penzance)
2.5

This north facing harbour dries and is connected to the mainland only during low tide.

Cadgwith Harbour
38. Cadgwith Harbour
(Lizard)
2.5

This rocky natural harbour dries in low tide and is split into two sections, the most northern being used by local fishing boats.

Coverack Harbour
39. Coverack Harbour
(Lizard)
2.5

A north west facing tiny harbour tucked in behind the headland that dries in low tide and home to small fishing boats.

Helford Buoys
40. Helford Buoys
(Helford)
2.5

The Helford River is scattered with buoys along it's centre for visiting yachts, anchoring is also possible in the northern Durgan Bay. Many creeks dry in low tide including Helford creek.

Gweek Quay
41. Gweek Quay
(Helford)
2.5

A busy dockyard and quayside at the end of Helford River this creek some 4 miles from the sea dries in low tide.

Gillian Harbour
42. Gillian Harbour
(Helford)
2.5

A tiny natural harbour near the mouth of the Helford River that dries in low tide.

Port Navas Quay
43. Port Navas Quay
(Helford)
2.5

This pretty creek hosts a yacht club on the quayside that dries in low tide.

Port Pendennis Marina
44. Port Pendennis Marina
(Falmouth)
2.5

The marina is tucked in behind the castle and shipyard with an outer pontoon and inner village marina harbour accessed through a swing bridge.

Falmouth Haven Marina
45. Falmouth Haven Marina
(Falmouth)
2.5

We offer deep water moorings and marina options in one of the finest natural harbours in the world, with great facilities for visitors, and easy and direct access to the water from our well maintained and serviced public slipway. Being situated in a spectacular setting in the heart of Falmouth with its restaurants, bars and shopping – it is only moments from world-class sailing waters. Whether you are an experienced yachts person or water-sports beginner, our aim is to provide a safe, easy and enjoyable experience to anyone who wants to get out and try the very best of boating. We offer nearly 600 deep water swinging moorings for residents, available on a seasonal or annual basis, while visitors can benefit from berthing for up to 100 vessels on our marina, as well as 21 deep water moorings, all located on or near to the main channel. We also have an anchorage area, situated between Custom House Quay and Falmouth docks. Our experienced staff are on hand to ensure you get the most out of all that Falmouth Haven has to offer, from friendly advice on weather conditions to recommended sailing routes, while off the water we heartily encourage visitors to explore the town’s attractions, from neighbouring National Maritime Museum Cornwall to historic Pendennis Castle.

Prince of Wales Pier
46. Prince of Wales Pier
(Falmouth)
2.5

The pier provides shoreside mooring and access to a cluster of mooring buoys in the Penryn River.

Falmouth Marina
47. Falmouth Marina
(Falmouth)
2.5

Falmouth Harbour is one of the largest natural deep-water harbours in the world and just outside Falmouth in the sheltered waters of the Fal Estuary, sits Falmouth Marina. Set in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty the estuary offers up twelve miles of glorious boating water that stretches as far as the cathedral city of Truro with numerous creeks, wooded shorelines and quays to explore along the way.

Freeman's Wharf
48. Freeman's Wharf
(Penryn)
2.5

Freemans Wharf Boatyard consists of 45 half tide berths with a further 40 hard standing berths available for yachts up to 15m.

Mylor Yacht Harbour
49. Mylor Yacht Harbour
(Penryn)
2.5

Mylor Yacht Harbour was originally the most westerly Naval Dockyard and victualling station in England, then home of HMS Ganges and the Packet ships and centre for the French Resistance during the Second World War. Mylor, now home to the last fleet of Oyster fishing boats under sail, is a haven for water-lovers of all types, whether you enjoy crabbing with the children off the pontoon, cruising local waters or racing further offshore. In 2011 the new Mylor Yacht Club was built. The project cost over £1million and incorporates Café Mylor and Watersports shop. Alongside this construction there is a new shower block for berth holders and visitors to the harbour and the lower car park has been raised by 1m to prevent the high water flooding disrupting operations. The marina has seen the installation of new service bollards to ensure a safe and reliable electrical supply and water for all berths with hoses for boat owner use. We were lucky enough to act as the host training camp for the Paralympic GB sailing team while they prepared for the Paralympics in September 2012. It was really nice having them onsite during the summer.

St Mawes Harbour
50. St Mawes Harbour
(Saint Mawes)
2.5

A sturdy breakwater doubles as a quayside and carpark providing shelter for many local boats and access to and from a cluster of mooring buoys.

Malpas Marine Marina
51. Malpas Marine Marina
(Saint Mawes)
2.5

Malpas Marine is a small family run business located in the village of Malpas. Our boatyard/marina is situated on the Tresillian river where it joins the Truro river on it's way to the Fal Estuary.

Port of Truro Harbour
52. Port of Truro Harbour
(Saint Mawes)
2.5

The Port of Truro is a commercial port at the head of the Falmouth Estuary with a long quayside. Visitor moorings and anchoring fees are collected during summer.

Portscatho Harbour
53. Portscatho Harbour
(Portscatho)
2.5

A tiny natural dry harbour round the corner from St Mawes.

Gorran Haven Harbour
54. Gorran Haven Harbour
(Gorran Haven)
2.5

An easterly facing sandy dry harbour with possible anchorage outside the harbour.

Portmellon Cove
55. Portmellon Cove
(Gorran Haven)
2.5

A natural cove that may offer temporary anchorage during calm conditions.

Mevagissey Harbour
56. Mevagissey Harbour
(Mevagissey)
2.5

The inner dry harbour is for local fishing boats, while the outer harbour is too busy for anchoring, the outer pier may be used for mooring but is used by the ferry and fishing boats.

Charlestown Harbour
57. Charlestown Harbour
(Charlestown)
2.5

This harbour is found behind a gate that opens on a schedule for the square sail boat. The entrance is only passable during high and medium waters.

Par Harbour
58. Par Harbour
(Par)
2.5

The tiny dry harbour provides emergency shelter and caution on the approach due to low ground in the centre of the cove.

Mixtow Pill
59. Mixtow Pill
(Fowey)
2.5

2 miles up the River Fowley is a creek to the west home to the Mixtow Pill and a pontoon with basic facilities.

Fowey Quay and Buoys
60. Fowey Quay and Buoys
(Fowey)
2.5

A scattering of buoys outside the town and quayside provide mooring for visiting yachts.

Pont Pill
61. Pont Pill
(Fowey)
2.5

An array of buoys along the eastern side of the Fowey River providing fore and aft mooring.

Albert Quay
62. Albert Quay
(Fowey)
2.5

A pontoon providing good short term access to the town.

Berrills Pontoon
63. Berrills Pontoon
(Fowey)
2.5

A small pontoon next to the town car park providing short term access to shore.

Polperro Marina
64. Polperro Marina
(Polperro)
2.5

The inner harbour is found behind a long breakwater with a narrow gap that may be closed in poor conditions. There are a few buoys outside the entrance as well as a short quay on the eastern side before the inner harbour gate.

Looe Quay Harbour
65. Looe Quay Harbour
(Looe)
2.5

The quay is on the western side of the River Looe a short distance up from the narrow and rocky river mouth. The eastern quay is for fishing boats.

Cawsand Bay
66. Cawsand Bay
(Plymouth)
2.5

An east facing bay offering good anchorage in the right conditions.

Barn Pool
67. Barn Pool
(Plymouth)
2.5

A small cove that may offer anchorage in the right conditions.

The Hoe Bay
68. The Hoe Bay
(Plymouth)
2.5

A great location to anchor in the right conditions with direct access to Hoe Park.

Plymouth Yacht Haven Marina
69. Plymouth Yacht Haven Marina
(Plymouth)
2.5

Plymouth Yacht Haven has 450 pontoon berths all fully serviced with water, electricity and free Wi-Fi. The marina is open 24 hours a day, all year round, and is accessible at all states of tide. In addition to marina berthing, Plymouth Yacht Haven is one of the only marinas in the area to offer a lift-out service, with the ability to hoist up to 74 tons. If you are looking to be lifted in or out of the Plymouth coast, head over and see us. We are also able to berth superyachts and have an on-site boatyard, offering a range of services. Marina Facilities include excellent showers and washrooms; a laundry; the Bridge Bar & Restaurant; a well-stocked chandlery; convenience store; on-water 24 hour diesel; recycling facilities and specialist waste disposal; 24 hour manned security; and free car parking for berthholders.

Yacht Haven Quay
70. Yacht Haven Quay
(Plymouth)
2.5

Two smal pontoons a little further up the river from Plymouth yacht Haven.

Turnchapel Wharf
71. Turnchapel Wharf
(Plymouth)
2.5

Mostly a business park with a small pontoon next to the yacht haven.

Queen Anne's Battery Marina
72. Queen Anne's Battery Marina
(Plymouth)
2.5

Queen Anne’s Battery (QAB) is in the centre of Plymouth, known as a City of the Sea and historic base to many famous seafaring voyages around the world. Offering outstanding facilities for yachtsmen and motor cruisers alike, it has 235 berths for boats up to 18 metres and a visitors' area with alongside pontoon berthing. QAB has a chandlery, brokerage and yacht charter, a provisions shop selling essential items as well as a café, bar and restaurant. It’s also home to the Royal Western Yacht Club, and many international short-handed yacht races start and finish here, including the single-handed Transatlantic Race, the Round Britain Race and the finish of the prestigious Rolex Fastnet Race.

Sutton Marina
73. Sutton Marina
(Plymouth)
2.5

Located inside one of the UK’s most historic ports, The Marina at Sutton Harbour in Plymouth is an awarded 5 Gold Anchor Marina with 420 berths. The South West location offers exceptional sheltered berthing for sailing yachts, motor vessels and superyachts up to 40 metres in length. Occupying a unique position in the heart of Britain’s Ocean City, Plymouth, The Marina at Sutton Harbour is safely tucked behind a set of double lock gates operated 24/7 providing access and guaranteed water depth at all stages of the tide. From The Marina at Sutton Harbour some of the best cruising waters in the UK are right on the doorstep. Around Sutton Harbour you will find narrow cobbled streets full of history and heritage, Elizabethan warehouses plus a wide selection of specialist shops and art galleries. Adjacent to the vibrant quayside in historic Sutton Harbour, the places to eat, drink, shop and be entertained, make this the natural choice for berthing your boat in Plymouth.

King Point Marina
74. King Point Marina
(Plymouth)
2.5

Found at the heart of Plymouth's Coastal Quarter in the Millbay area is the stunning and contemporary King Point Marina. Built in 2015, it offers quiet and contemporary berthing for your boat, whilst still being in close proximity to the best places to eat, drink and be entertained in Plymouth.

Mayflower Marina
75. Mayflower Marina
(Plymouth)
2.5

Mayflower Marina, located in Plymouth, Devon, offers both permanent and visitor berthing together with some of the most outstanding cruising waters in and around the South West coast of England. With full tide access for boats up to 20m Mayflower Marina is an ideal place to berth your boat. You will be in good company as Plymouth is renowned for boating, sailing and hosting major inshore and offshore racing including: the Americas Cup, the Fastnet finish, power boat championships and a range of regattas and other sailing events throughout the year. Ashore we believe we have most the facilities a boat owner would require, including maintenance, repair, basic provisions, chandlery and we are particularly proud of our luxury bathrooms and award winning restaurant.

Torpoint Yacht Harbour
76. Torpoint Yacht Harbour
(Plymouth)
2.5

The Old Ballast Pond now known as Torpoint Yacht Harbour is only one mile from Plymouth Sound and the port of Plymouth. Steeped in nautical history and leading to one of the best cruising grounds in the British Isles.

River Yealm Buoys
77. River Yealm Buoys
(Newton Ferrers)
2.5

A long sweeping river full of buoys and quite congested, hidden and sheltered behind the headland.

Salcombe South Sands
78. Salcombe South Sands
(Salcombe)
2.5

A sandy beach head between two rocky shores, with plenty of boats anchoring up.

Salcombe Town Pontoon
79. Salcombe Town Pontoon
(Salcombe)
2.5

The Bag is a fixed shore side pontoon up the Kingsbridge Estuary off the Salcombe Town.

Salcombe Buoys
80. Salcombe Buoys
(Salcombe)
2.5

The harbour provides a large number of buoys in in the estuary outside of the town.

The Bag Pontoon & Buoys
81. The Bag Pontoon & Buoys
(Salcombe)
2.5

This Kingsbridge Estuary has three floating pontoons in the estuary none connected to the shore. The area is scattered with swing mooring buoys.

Kingsbridge Quay & Pontoon
82. Kingsbridge Quay & Pontoon
(Kingsbridge)
2.5

Kingsbridge is 3 miles up the estuary from Salcombe and offers a quayside on the west and a pontoon on the east.

Elender Cove
83. Elender Cove
(Salcombe)
2.5

A smal sandy cove sheltered by the surrounding rocky shore.

Darthaven Marina
84. Darthaven Marina
(Dartmouth)
2.5

Darthaven Marina (based at Kingswear directly opposite Dartmouth) has 270 berths in total set over four main pontoons and prides itself in keeping a clean and well maintained environment throughout the year. Water and electricity outlets are available in every location and berth along with well lit walkways making for safe use during the evenings and at night.

Dart Marina
85. Dart Marina
(Dartmouth)
2.5

A warm welcome to all boat owners and their crews. Our yacht harbour on the River Dart has a first class position within Dartmouth's spectacular deep-water estuary.Entering between two castles, you almost gasp at the stunning hillsides suddenly visible. Colourful houses stack up from the shore, softened by woods and gardens. You see the grand park and facade of Britannia Royal Naval College, one of England's great maritime vistas.

Dartmouth Pontoon & Buoys
86. Dartmouth Pontoon & Buoys
(Dartmouth)
2.5

Dart Harbour is a Trust Port in one of the finest natural harbours in the UK. The River Dart whose source is high on Dartmoor flows through the towns of Totnes and Dartmouth, South Devon, England. While the Dart is a busy port for local fishing vessels and naval shipping, it also makes an ideal and attractive stopover for smaller cruise ships and a wide variety of private luxury yachts. The River Dart is navigable from Dartmouth to the weir at Totnes.

Dittisham Buoys
87. Dittisham Buoys
(Dittisham)
2.5

A small village up the river Dart 5 miles north of Dartmouth with a scattering of mooring buoys.

Totnes Dock
88. Totnes Dock
(Totnes)
2.5

A large dry dock on the river side south of the town, further up the river splits around a large mound and offers a few buoys and a quayside.

St Mary's Bay
89. St Mary's Bay
(Brixham)
2.5

A large east facing bay south of Brixham with rocky outcrops in the bay.

Brixham Marina
90. Brixham Marina
(Brixham)
2.5

Brixham Marina is in the heart of Brixham, a picturesque Devon town in the wider area of Torbay. Sheltered from the south-westerly winds and offering safe access in all weathers and at all states of the tide, the 485-berth marina is the perfect base for your sailing adventures.

Oxen Cove Moorings
91. Oxen Cove Moorings
(Brixham)
2.5

A scattering of swing mooring buoys for local vessels.

Brixham Town Quay Harbour
92. Brixham Town Quay Harbour
(Brixham)
2.5

The inner harbour and town quay is well sheltered but shallows quickly.

Paignton Harbour
93. Paignton Harbour
(Paignton)
2.5

A small busy, shallow harbour to the north of the cliff outcrop and south of the beach. May not offer much for visiting yachts.

Clamerkin Lake
94. Clamerkin Lake
(Yarmouth)
2.5

The central channel of Newtown River has a scattering of mooring buoys and anchorages.

Alum Bay
95. Alum Bay
(Yarmouth)
2.5

This anchorage with stunning white cliff backdrop may provide good anchorage and shelter in the right conditions.

Freshwater Bay
96. Freshwater Bay
(Yarmouth)
2.5

A small bay inset from the land on the southern side of the Isle of Wight a short distance from the needles.

Newport Harbour
97. Newport Harbour
(Cowes)
2.5

At the end of the River Medina is the Newport Harbour which is tidal and dries for all but small draft boats.

Wooteton Creek
98. Wooteton Creek
(Cowes)
2.5

A couple of pontoons offer shore side mooring for shallow draft boats.

Ryde Harbour
99. Ryde Harbour
(Ryde)
2.5

Ryde Harbour is situated on the seafront on the north-east coast of the Isle of Wight. The Harbour is ideal for family cruising holidays as it is located next to Ryde's long sandy beaches and only a short walk away from shops, restaurants, ice rink, swimming pool, tenpin bowling complex and other leisure activities. Many boat-owners visiting Ryde in the season return year after year and many of the crews get to know each other really well, making Ryde one of the friendliest harbours on The Solent.

Bembridge Marina
100. Bembridge Marina
(Bembridge)
2.5

Access to the Harbour is restricted to High Water + or - 3 hrs for vessels drawing 1.5m. Bembridge Marina, home to 80 permanent berth holders, has a taxi landing spot and is the stop off for the Brading Haven Yacht Club. The shower / toilet block and laundry are available to visiting yachtsman on the Duver Marina. Fishing trips, run by Catchalot, leave regularly from the northern pontoon.