Port St Mary

Berths available

Berths are varied with both tidal and deep water facilities. Port St Mary has attracted a lot of visiting vessels over the years and is the proposed site for a new marina
Moorings: Visitors buoys (seasonal) NW of the Alfred Pier Head. Good protection except in strong S and SE winds. Depth of at least 4M. The use of a chain preventor is strongly advised.
Anchorage: Chapel Bay with depths between 3M and 6M.
Alfred Pier: Craft up to 11M and less than 2.5M draft moor in the inner end at ladders 1 to 4. There may be a need for craft to tie up alongside other craft and the use of fendering and shore lines is essential. Craft in excess of these dimensions, or craft not suitable to raft alongside other craft should moor at the visitor mooring buoys or anchor.
The Quay: The inner harbour with ladders 8 to 12 are those normally used by visiting craft.
Slipway: There are two full tide and one half tide slipways

Address: Alfred Pier, Port St Mary, Isle of Man, IM9 5EF

Phone: +44 (0) 1624 833205 Fax: +44 (0) 1624 833205 - Website - Map
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