The number one holiday resort of the west coast of Wales, Aberystwyth nestles between three hills and is flanked by two beaches. It is also home to the University of Wales and the National Library. The town’s harbour was once the busiest in Wales but now attracts mainly pleasure boaters keen to explore this most beautiful of coastlines and take advantage of the mild climate around Cardigan Bay and explore the warm waters of the Gulf Stream. With plentiful births and ample marine services, Aberystwyth is amongst the most spectacular locations for yachting in the British Isles.
As you would expect of a premier university town, Aberystwyth has a vibrant happening centre with seven thousand students ensuring it retains its atmosphere throughout the year. It is also the centre of local rural life and has become renowned as the place to go for a good night out. With numerous friendly restaurants serving food from around the world, a lively café bar scene and no less than 50 pubs to choose from, it’s hardly surprising.
During the day visitors can enjoy wandering the streets and surrounding hills to marvel at the wonderful historical architecture – the 4&5 story Victorian/Edwardian harbour buildings, the old college building, the pier and the Iron Age castle that offers spectacular views of Cardigan Bay. You can also enjoy magnificent views in more leisurely style by riding the longest cliff railway in Britain to the top of Constitution Hill.
With its seven hundred year history, wonderful beaches, exciting nightlife and awe inspiring location, Aberystwyth is a holiday location that has something for anyone and everyone. Warm friendly and always fascinating it is no wonder the town’s reputation as a ‘must see’ place continues to grow in the 21st Century.
Aberystwyth's exiting new £9 million Marina named Y Lanfa opened for business in 1995. The picturesque harbour of the West Wales seaside town has been dramatically remodelled to provide permanent berths for over 100 vessels, signalling a major boost for the University town and Mid Wales Tourism. The Marina offers a fully serviced facility including: - Fully Staffed Marina Office - Controlled Boat Movements - Electricity, Water, Diesel, Trolleys etc. - 24 hour CCTV - Diesel - Slipway - Boat Lifting (up to 10 tonnes) - Luxury Toilet and Shower Facilities
Welcome to Madog Boat Sales and Robert Owen Marine, two highly successful marine dealerships based in North Wales. Established in 1977 by Robert Owen and Ian Roberts, our dealerships cover the full range of SeaRay, Seadoo, Boston Whaler, Ocqueteau boats, Mercury and Honda products. Madog Boat Sales are also the UK distributors for the popular range of Sea Pro sports fishing boats.
We offer large selection of new and quality used boats and personal watercraft from our water side premises as well as; a comprehensive chandlery and spares department, full boatyard facilities providing servicing, storage, park & launch, pontoon berths and moorings. Sports boats equipment and accessories at very competitive prices - wakeboards, skis, kneeboards, inflatable toys, wet and dry suits and life jackets by Typhoon, O'Brien, Gul and Neil Pryde.
Here at Glaslyn Marine, operating from the harbour side in Porthmadog, North Wales, we want you to make the right choice for enjoyable boating.
We can advise you on the best options based on over 20 years experience in dealing with rigid inflatable boats (RIBs) and liferaft.
We have servicing facilities for Inflatables - Rib's up to 7 metres and liferafts. We can also supply most brands of Raft and Safety equipment at very competitive rates and ship to anywhere in the world.
You can buy with confidence wherever you might be, so go ahead, contact us. Let us help you make your Leisure Boating the most enjoyable of experiences