Wind: 15mph West South Westerly, Visibility: Very Good, Pollution: Low, Sunrise: 06:13 GMT, Sunset: 18:27 GMT
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Maximum: 9C, Minimum: 4C
Wind: 16mph South Westerly, Visibility: Very Good, Pollution: Low, Sunrise: 06:08 GMT, Sunset: 18:30 GMT
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Located within a sheltered enclosed dock, Fleetwood Harbour Marina offers 300 fully-serviced berths. A wide range of facilities is provided exclusively for marina users. The Fleetwood Harbour Yacht Club, created for marina-based boat owners, has a clubhouse at the marina and organises racing, cruising and social programmes for its members.
The marina is an ideal base from which to cruise Morecambe Bay and the Irish Sea. For those wanting to explore further afield, Fleetwood is well situated for cruising to the Menai Straights and Holyhead. To the north-west is the Isle of Man and to the north along the Cumberland coastline is Whitehaven and Maryport, both with marina facilities. Situated on the Lancashire coast, Fleetwood is well established as one of the UK’s major ports for ro-ro traffic to and from Northern Ireland, and has been a major fishing port for 90 years.
The sheltered enclosed dock houses a marina with 300 fully serviced berths, a dry storage compound and comprehensive facilities for the leisure sailor. It is an ideal base for cruises to Morecambe Bay and the Irish Sea.
A 28 ha area of land around Wyre Dock is currently undergoing considerable redevelopment. Known as Fleetwood Harbour Village, this redevelopment scheme features a major retail multiple outlet, located adjacent to the 6 ha Freeport Fleetwood shopping and leisure complex, and to a residential development.