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Marinas in Northern Ireland

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Marinas in Northern Ireland
Belfast Harbour Marina

Belfast Harbour Marina

Marina in Northern Ireland
Belfast Harbour's leisure craft facilities are situated at the head of Belfast Lough within a 10 minute walk of the City centre. The 85 berth marina is located in the heart of Belfast's Titanic Quarter. Visitor berthing is allocated on a ‘first come- first served’ basis.
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Belfast Port

Belfast Port

Marina in Northern Ireland
Belfast Harbor Marina features 775 m of pontoons consisting of 85 moorings, each with paid water and electricity connections. The Marina can handle pleasure boats up to 15 m in length and a maximum draft of 4.0 m. The Marina building offers showers, kitchen and washing facilities as well as free Wi-Fi. Parking available in the vicinity of the marina. Car parking is charged by the Odyssey Trust.
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Carrickfergus Marina

Carrickfergus Marina

Marina in Northern Ireland
The Marina & Harbour Site is staffed 24 hours a day and maintains a listening watch on Channel 80/M2. All vessels are asked to call prior to entering or leaving the marina and harbour basins. Marina staff also regularly patrol the site. Town Centre, a short 5 minute walk from the Marina and Harbour Complex.
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Foyle Port Marina

Foyle Port Marina

Marina in Northern Ireland
Foyle Port Marina is situated on the north coast of Ireland at the centre of Londonderry, a.k.a. Derry city, located nineteen miles inland on the River Foyle and reached through the Lough Foyle estuary. It provides pontoon berths adjacent to all the facilities of Northern Ireland’s second largest city Petrol and diesel at a nearby filling station by Jerry can Electricity and water included in mooring fees for visitors . Foyle Port Marina provides complete protection and shelter from all conditions. The well-marked commercial shipping channel, supported by a lighthouse with sectored light, provides safe access in all reasonable conditions, night and day. Although tidal streams are occasionally strong they abate as a vessel progresses inside the Lough making the pontoon approachable at all states of the tide.
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Kinnego

Kinnego

Marina in Northern Ireland
Lnr lifeboat station With a base at Kinnego Marina, the largest marina on the Lough, you will be within easy reach of many tourist attractions including Coney Island, Ardboe, Ram's Island, Ballyronan and Antrim, with access to the Atlantic through the Lower Bann River. You can explore the 154sq miles of Lough Neagh, the UK’s largest inland waterway, safe in the knowledge that you are covered by coastguard and Lough Neagh’s very own lifeboat service, Lough Neagh Rescue. The site offers 180 fully sheltered berths, with deep and shallow water access for vessels drawing less than 1.55 meters. Assistance is provided for launching boats, stepping masts and other related services. For crane information, please contact the marina office.
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Larne Harbour Ltd

Larne Harbour Ltd

Marina in Northern Ireland
Leisure users entering or leaving Larne Lough via Larne Harbor are advised to assess the 'Guide to Harbor Entry' as well as the 'Recreational Craft Guidelines' (see links below) and to contact 'Larne Harbor Control' on VHF channel 11. (02828 872179) before entering, passing or leaving the Port. https://www.portoflarne.co.uk/app/uploads/2021/03/20210302-Leisure-craft-Guide-to-Port-Entry.pdf Pre-arrival Notification Pre-arrival notification must be submitted no less than 24hours before arrival or on departure of the last port if less than 24 hours from Larne. Following documents will have to be submitted - Completed CERS workbook - Crew and Passenger lists - Cleared Customs declaration – prior to discharge on Non-EU goods.
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Portglenone Marina

Portglenone Marina

Marina in Northern Ireland
The Marina at Portglenone is situated off the Gortgole Road on the banks of the River Bann, about 9 miles west of Ballymena. In addition to the 30 berths, the facility also provides a trailer park, slipway rigging area, canoe steps, pump out facility, security fencing, car park, camping area and picnic areas overlooking the river. The entrance to the site is open from 7.00am each morning and is closed at dusk.
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Seatons Marina

Seatons Marina

Marina in Northern Ireland
At present we accommodate about 50 boats. Our regular yachts and motor boats range from 18ft up to about 40ft. Most of these are on pontoon berths, as well as a number on fore and aft moorings, ashore, or here for winter storage only. We also have many smaller motor boats. Our pontoons are equipped with water and power, and our customer area has facilities for making tea and coffee, as well as a shower and toilet. We are tidal, so it’s a good idea to check the state of the tide if you plan to use the slipway.
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The Crannagh

The Crannagh

Marina in Northern Ireland
The Cranagh Marina offers over 200m of pontoons and has a large number of deep water moorings (Up to 3m at Equinoxal Lows). With electricity and water available on both sides of the marina, and the onsite restaurant, activity centre and watersports shop it is the best serviced marina in the Bann Estuary.
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