Conwy Pilot Notes & Charts
Pilot notes are meant as a general guide, or for use in conjunction with a Pilot book or chart.
Irish Sea East Chart - NOT TO BE USED FOR NAVIGATION
Unauthorised reproduction strictly prohibited - Terms & Conditions
Vessels visiting the Harbour are required to contact the Harbour Office on VHF Channel 14 before entering. You will be allocated a mooring or pontoon berth and the Harbour Boatman will collect a fee and act as escort. If arriving overnight, you can also pay by cash, card or cheque at the Harbour Office the following morning. Charges may vary according to size of craft and duration of stay.
Rhos-on-Sea Breakwater Moorings
An additional mooring area is nestled off the coast near Rhos-on-Sea next to the coastal breakwaters. You can take in the views of the Little Orme and Great Orme or simply cruise along the beautiful coast of North Wales.
APPROACHING DEGANWY MARINA.
We maintain a listening watch on Channel 80 and our call sign is Deganwy Marina.
MARINA SILL GATE.
BEING A COASTAL MARINA, PASSAGE TO AND FROM THE QUAY IS ONLY FEASIBLE AT CERTAIN TIMES OF DAY THROUGHOUT THE YEAR.
During the winter months, water levels can drop as low as 0.8 metres and rise as high as 8.7 metres.
Deganwy Marina’s Sill/Tidal Gate is operated by our trained engineers to control a safe water level within the marina at all times.
For more information and to collect your own tide timetable, please visit reception and speak to a member of staff who will be happy to help you.