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A day’s sail from the Scottish Mainland, Orkney is an archipelago of 70 islands best explored by boat. The Islands are an exciting cruising destination with an abundance of wildlife, history and…VIEW THIS LISTING
Portavadie Marina is set in a protected lagoon on Loch Fyne on Scotland’s west coast. Enjoy stunning purpose-built facilities and world-class sailing at this Five Gold Anchor award-winning marina.
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There are 250 protected berths available year round for vessels up to 22m. The entrance channel has a minimum of 4m at low water and there is adequate space for large craft to manoeuvre. Berths have f…VIEW THIS LISTING
There are 620 protected pontoon berths available 24 hours a day seven days a week for vessels up to 24m with a maximum draft of 3.5 metres.
All pontoon berths are serviced with 240v power and fres…VIEW THIS LISTING
Seaport Marina is based at Muirtown Wharf at the eastern entrance to the Caledonian Canal. Only 20min walk from the centre of Inverness, the Marina is an ideal base for visiting the Highlands.VIEW THIS LISTING
Campbeltown Marina is a new facility opened in June 2015 and is situated in the Town Centre at the head of the deep, sheltered waters of Campbeltown Loch on the South-eastern aspect of the Kintyre Pen…VIEW THIS LISTING
Stromness is a picturesque and bustling small town, shaped by the sea. Yards from the historic harbour, the winding streets lead to a range of eateries, local craft shops and galleries.
The Orkney Fo…VIEW THIS LISTING
Located on the Firth of Forth, between the iconic Road and Rail Bridges and the new Queensferry Crossing, Port Edgar is a vibrant marina and an ideal base for exploring the spectacular scenery, histor…VIEW THIS LISTING
Arbroath Harbour is located at 56° 33' N, 2° 35' W. The Port is presently used by inshore fishing boats; commercial vessels offering day trips to anglers and sightseers, and small leidure craft includ…VIEW THIS LISTING
Ardfern is an ideal base for cruising the west coast of Scotland; it is easily accessible by road, has no tidal access problems or lock gates and is perfectly located either for gentle local sailing, …VIEW THIS LISTING
More than 500 yachts a year call at Lerwick, with many of the crews from the UK, Scandinavia, the Continent and further a-field exploring Shetland's 1,700 miles of spectacular coastline.
Lerwick is a…VIEW THIS LISTING
Situated on the Southern Clyde Estuary, Troon Yacht Haven provides an ideal port for entering the Clyde or for passage making to Ireland and the South. Troon is the most accessible marina in Scotland …VIEW THIS LISTING
The Marina at Tarbert Harbour lies at the centre of Tarbert - a small picturesque fishing village situated on the west side of Loch Fyne with a wide variety of places to eat, drink and shop. It is an …VIEW THIS LISTING
The Holy Loch Marina offers all the sailing and yachting facilities you would expect to find in a first class marina, and is situated amongst beautiful scenery in a relaxing, established holiday area.…VIEW THIS LISTING
Inverness Marina, NMU Small Coastal Marina of the Year 2018, lies seven miles south west of Chanonry Point in the Inverness Firth and just one mile from the city centre of Inverness. The marina sits c…VIEW THIS LISTING
At Scotlands Premier boat storage facillity there is over 60,000 sq ft of covered storage and a large clean concrete apron which allows boats to be stored in a clean environment. This is a very popula…VIEW THIS LISTING
Situated on ‘Britain’s most beautiful shortcut’; Bellanoch Marina is the ideal location for a long-term, still water mooring from which to explore the delights of the West Coast of S…VIEW THIS LISTING
Caley Marina is situated on the north end of the Caledonian Canal, an inland waterway connecting the Moray Firth (and North Sea) to the West Coast of Scotland. The canal allows you to travel the len…
Scotland's finest marina is perfectly situated in the Firth of Clyde for sheltered island sailing and just 40 minutes from Glasgow and Prestwick Airports. Achieving the highest industry award, 5 gold…VIEW THIS LISTING
Greenock's 125 berth James Watt Dock Marina opened in July 2011. Centred around the historic dock, the marina has the latest pontoons, services and security systems. With a depth of over 5.2m (MLWS), …VIEW THIS LISTING
Follow the Viking Trail to Westray where you will find the smallest of the Marinas on Orkney, open 6 months of the year. The welcome there is famous; Marina Staff will watch you approach and meet you …VIEW THIS LISTING
Sailing Scotland's east coast? A warm Scottish welcome awaits you at Eyemouth Harbour. Great berthing facilities and prices!
Eyemouth is nestled in the imposing marine landscape of the Berwickshire …VIEW THIS LISTING
Situated on the Isle of Barra at the southern end of the Outer Hebrides island chain, Castlebay Marina is an ideal base to rest and relax for a day or two. A long day sail across the Minch from the Sc…VIEW THIS LISTING
Lochaline Harbour-Cala Loch Àlainn- visitor pontoons provide up to 32 visitor berths with power and water available . Shore facilities include a harbour office, showers, hair driers, toilets, laundry …VIEW THIS LISTING
Situated on South Uist in the Outer Hebrides, Lochboisdale Harbour provides a regionally strategic world class facility. The harbour includes 52 berth pontoons with facilities such as a crane, light, …VIEW THIS LISTING
Peterhead Bay Marina is a purpose built leisure facility catering for local and visiting boatowners. The marina gives Peterhead one of the finest equipped leisure harbours in the East of Scotland, off…VIEW THIS LISTING
A favourite destination for those sailing to the Outer Hebrides and exploring the islands by boat, Stornoway is the largest harbour in the Outer Hebrides. Stornoway port is well sheltered and easy to …VIEW THIS LISTING
Girvan Harbour boasts 35 modern berths for a range of vessels with electricity and water supplies, secure quayside access and CCTV - funded by Scottish Enterprise, European Union European Regional Dev…VIEW THIS LISTING
Tobermory is the main town on Mull and the ideal place either as a destination or to stay as you make plans or wait for the weather to venture further North, West or South.
Tobermory Harbou…VIEW THIS LISTING
Our two sets of pontoons are in East Loch Tarbert, one at the heart of the Village of Tarbert in front of the distillery and the other at the Isle of Scalpay’s North Harbour adjacent to the fish…VIEW THIS LISTING
Our pontoon was installed in July 2016 and provides berthing for up to 8 visiting boats. Fingers are 12m, 11m and 10m, allowing berthing for up to 16m vessels in the outer berths. The pontoon has good…VIEW THIS LISTING
Welcome to Wick Marina.
Wick lies in a strategic position on the northeast tip of the mainland and is ideally situated for passage to or from the Northern Isles and the West coast. Our 8…VIEW THIS LISTING
Mallaig is one of the most picturesque villages on the rugged North West coastline of Scotland. The area is a haven for sailors of all types due to the sheltered waters, stunning Highland scenery and …VIEW THIS LISTING
Oban Marina is perfectly situated at the gateway to the west on the picturesque Isle of Kerrera. This peaceful car-free island is in sight of the town of Oban and is a sheltered, deep water refug…VIEW THIS LISTING
Ideally situated for exploring the Firth of Forth or for a stop over whilst sailing the east coast. 100 serviced pontoon berths and 8 visitor berths, a wide variety of shops, pubs and restaurants adja…VIEW THIS LISTING
Ardoran Marine, just five miles south of Oban, was established in 1986 and lies on the secluded, undisturbed shores of Loch Feochan. Just a stone''s throw from the bustling town of Oban, the Gateway t…VIEW THIS LISTING
Development of Lochmaddy Harbour is complete and yachts from around the world are flocking to the pontoons. The offshore facilities, with the capacity to berth 26 vessels, were completed in 2014. The …VIEW THIS LISTING
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