Isle of Man

Local Businesses
Weather & Tides
weather
Today - Sunny
Maximum: 17C, Minimum: 11C
Wind: 7mph Southerly, Visibility: Good, Pollution: Low, Sunrise: 06:57 BST, Sunset: 19:25 BST
weather
Friday - Sunny
Maximum: 18C, Minimum: 12C
Wind: 17mph South Easterly, Visibility: Good, Pollution: Low, Sunrise: 06:59 BST, Sunset: 19:23 BST
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Saturday - Sunny
Maximum: 18C, Minimum: 15C
Wind: 22mph Easterly, Visibility: Good, Pollution: Low, Sunrise: 07:01 BST, Sunset: 19:20 BST
Thu 19 Sep
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The tidal information is for Douglas.
Information
There is a tremendous variety of sailing from the Isle of Man - suitable for both experienced sailors and the novice, from the comparative calm of Douglas and Ramsey bays, to the rugged coastlines of the north and south of the Island. Whether its leisurely cruising or exhilarating racing, the Island is an ideal location. In addition, dinghy racing is becoming extremely popular, with regular races held on Sundays during the winter at Baldwin reservoir. The Round the Island Yacht Race is a major event in the Island's sailing calendar, but throughout the year there is a wide variety of races and trials to test sailing skills.

Besides the four main harbours mentioned below, there are good anchorages at Castletown and Derbyhaven in the south east, Laxey Bay in the east, and Port Erin in the south west. Most of the harbours are on the east coast, although, a visit to the west coast with its contrasting scenery is worthwhile.

Douglas

Shelter: good expect in the NE to S'ly winds. Heavy seas run in during NE gales. Beware of commercial traffic.

Ramsey

Shelter: good expect in NE winds. Harbour dries. Beware commercial traffic movements.

Peel

Shelter: good except in strong NW to NE winds when entry should not be attempted. Inner harbour dries.

Port St Mary

Shelter: good except in strong E/SE winds. Inner harbour dries.
Acknowledgement: DOTL

Isle of Man Yacht Club 01624 832088
Douglas Bay Yacht Club 01624 621823
Manx Yachting Association 01624 621823
Manx Sailing and Cruising Club 01624 813494
Peel Sailing and Cruising Club 01624 842390

Tourist Information +44 (0)1624 686766
Local
Airport 01624 821600
Castletown 01624 825005
Port St Mary 01624 832101
Port Erin 01624 832298 / 835858
Peel 01624 842341
Ramsey 01624 817025
Onchan 01624 621228
Ballasalla 01624 822531

Island Laws
Similar seatbelt laws to those in the United Kingdom and elsewhere apply and visiting drivers should negotiate our narrow roads and lanes with care. It is an offence on the Island to use a mobile phone whilst driving. In some of the larger towns and villages Parking Discs are required (obtainable from Isle of Man Steam Packet vessels, the Sea Terminal, airport, car hire companies and local Commissioners Offices).

The Island has a strong anti-drugs policy and illegal possession of banned substances can lead to a jail sentence if found guilty.

Trailer caravans are not permitted on the Isle of Man, without a permit. However, self-propelled motor caravans are welcome, as are tenting campers.

Licensing Laws
Liberal new Isle of Man legislation has introduced 24-hour opening for pubs, bars and off-licences. This means that all licensed premises, including nightclubs, restaurants and the Douglas casino now have the option to serve alcohol 24 hours a day.



Comments (29)
07/08/2019 @ 12:16 pm
Harbourguides Crew
Harbourguides Crew are on the Isle of Man next week updating the guide. Hope to see some old friends
21/03/2018 @ 12:25 pm
Richard Marcinko
A must visit on the Isle of Man is the Isle of Man Rest for Old Horses. Its a great place to visit with family and friends. Jill the owner does everything for these beautiful old horses and donkeys. You can even sponsor one for £10. Its a great way to fill some time and you will come away feeling great.
25/02/2018 @ 6:47 pm
Helen & Len Yacht
Our Friends wintered in Douglas a few years ago and really enjoyed it. I dont have any information on wintering in Peel, although I do know that its great in the summer.
Good luck
25/02/2018 @ 4:56 pm
Freddy and Jane,Yacht Shine on
Has anyone on here stayed in Peel Harbour marina during the winter months? Thinking of wintering there later this year. Any advice would be greatful.
24/02/2018 @ 11:15 pm
Heidi (Middernachts zeil)
Great to find you guide. We have been to plan a visit to Ireland and Isle of Man for long time and now we finally come. good to see you are now update guide and we look forward to visit in June.
24/02/2018 @ 10:02 am
Lenny &June
Visiting the island May this year.we are coming over from Cananda. We have been googling information on the island and stumbled accross you. We are very much into our sailing, but obviously not bringing our boat with us. Are there many boat hire or boat charters on the Isle of Man? We prefer sailing, but also enjoy motor boating. Can you give us some advice on prices and availability.
Thanks
June
20/02/2018 @ 3:13 pm
Harbourguides Crew
Hi Sarah & Bill
we are now updating the Isle of Man Harbour Guide, so it will be all up to date for your visit later this year.
Have a great trip
Harbourguides Crew
19/02/2018 @ 12:22 pm
Sarah & Bill Forsythe
Sailing over in April 2018. How often do you update this guide?
17/12/2013 @ 8:04 am
Gemma
If we decide to include Isle of Man on our adventures in Jan, is it Worth renting a car? and is there a lot to see?
Never been before.
14/11/2013 @ 9:12 am
Jules
Bottom Line are a really efficient outfit, and are just outside of Douglas .
29/09/2013 @ 8:32 am
Wilf, Anne, and Tony ll
Have had a pleasant 2 night stay at Wellbeck Hotel very down to earth people and family run, and is in a nice quite area just off the prom,
25/08/2013 @ 11:27 am
Ryan-Dublin
Portofino is fairly new to harbour, but is a lovely fine dining restaurant at decent prices.
05/07/2013 @ 9:08 am
Oscar
Just tried Just for You [ massage ] for injured neck muscles, very good.
05/06/2013 @ 8:38 am
Elizabeth and crew
Tip of the week:-) If first time sailing into Douglas, hire a car and drive round the .TT course ( providing no one on it at time sailing ) we chose Smarthire , cheap and good on fuel.
27/02/2013 @ 8:21 am
HG Crew
Here are a few Yacht charters Alexander:
http://www.ibboatcharter.com/
http://www.douglasbayyachtclub.com/local.htm
http://www.charterboats-uk.co.uk/claireanne/
Just copy the URL of the above to visit the sites.
Hope this helps
HG Crew
26/02/2013 @ 5:01 pm
Alexander
Can you give me the list of Sailing Yacht charter companies in the Isle of Man. Thanks
03/10/2012 @ 8:25 am
Pablo
Pizza King is one of the best takeaways I have ever been to,Ace.
21/05/2012 @ 10:03 pm
Vic P
I tried Port Jack Chippy at the north end of the Douglas Prom, toward Onchan, and it's excellent. It was a dine-in room as well as a take-away counter so either you can have their excellent Fish 'n Chips there or get them for take-away and just walk across the street and sit on the grass knoll overlooking Douglas, the Prom, and the Tower of Refuge. Neat!
20/04/2012 @ 9:46 am
Harbourguides Crew
Hi Greg. Paul Smith is arriving on the island this weekend and is going to be there for the next three weeks updating our guide, so rest assured that when you next visit all will be updated with some great new services.
Make sure you mention Harbourguides when using them
Thanks
20/04/2012 @ 9:39 am
Greg and crew
Glad to hear you are updating, we use your guides quite a lot on our travels and we did notice that this Island needs renewed information.Look forward to seeing whats on when we visit in September..
Thanks
16/04/2012 @ 6:12 am
Paul H.Guides
Looking forward to updating Isle Of Man at some point this week,keep an eye out for me(see meet the crew)on home page.
11/04/2012 @ 2:04 am
Sue and friends
If looking for permanent berths,try Castletown .Good rates and changing very fast.Keep up the good work.Have been using site for 5 years now and especially like the new maps.Au revoir.
11/04/2012 @ 1:39 am
David
Just to let you know,Chapters restaurant no longer there (on your side banner) tried the Thai restaurant which is linked to Chapters banner,excellent.In fact quite a lot of changes over last 2 years.
08/04/2012 @ 6:11 pm
HG CREW
Hi Francis And crew
Look under our "Accommodation" section at the top of this page if you need somewhere to stay.
We are updating the Isle of Man soon and will be adding a wider choice of businesses including places to stay.
07/04/2012 @ 8:21 am
Frañcis and crew
Stopping overnight with crew in Douglas next month. Anybody have info on reasonable rates?
13/06/2011 @ 2:23 pm
Steve
Try Douglas Harbour 01624 626403
13/06/2011 @ 10:26 am
Brenda.
Anyone know where I can get hold of old metal/aluminum trawl net floats?
16/03/2011 @ 11:45 pm
Edward W. Clucas
where would one store a 12meter boat for the winter ?
many thanks
13/02/2011 @ 5:29 pm
Greg
Just had the best fish n chips ever at the Chartroom!!!! very nautical too....try it.
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Business Reviews (10)
28/06/2018 @ 11:56 am
Optimum Marine Surveys by John Heale
I recently used the services of Optimum Marine to carry out a survey of my vessel. Oli Byles carried out the survey and I found the service professional, informative and courteous. I would recommend this company. John Heale
21/03/2018 @ 12:19 pm
Isle of Man Home of Rest for Old Horses by Steve HG CREW
Fantastic place to visit. Jill who runs it is an absolute star and genuinely cares for each and every one of the horses and donkeys in her care. Please go and visit them and meet the horses ponies and donkeys. You can even adopt one from as little as £10. Its a really feel happy attraction and a must visit while on the Isle of Man.
21/03/2018 @ 10:50 am
Meating Steakhouse by Steve Harbourguides Crew
I definitely had the best meal on my trio to the Isle of Man at this restaurant. I had a Rib-eye steak on the hot stone with vegetables as a side order and a bottle of wine. All was delicious served by lovely waitresses that were very attentive and good fun.
Omer the restaurant owner was also very helpful and a great host. Looking forward to returning.
21/03/2018 @ 10:38 am
The Welbeck Hotel Restaurant by Steve Mally HG Crew
I ate here regularly as I was staying at the hotel for over a week. Every meal I had was delicious and well presented. Certainly not over priced with a good varied menu.
21/03/2018 @ 10:35 am
The Welbeck Hotel by Steve Mally HG Crew
Really enjoyed staying at the Wellbeck. Michael, his wife and staff really looked after us. The room was lovely, clean and bright with all the modern fixtures and fittings you would expect from a hotel of this calibre. I would have no hesitation in recommending any body to stay here. The food is also excellent.
23/02/2018 @ 7:38 pm
Bottom Line Ltd by Bob Douglas (Stormy Rival)
Monday 6th August we motored into Douglas and moored up at the pontoon. The problem we had was that when we had the engine on the bilges kept filling with water. We thought we needed a new exhaust pipe so we contacted Bottomline marine. When Dean came out he quickly found that an overflow pipe had come loose and sorted the problem within minutes. He was very polite, very professional and he didn't charge us for his time. I would recommend his services to any skipper with a problem. Someone to keep note of.
30/06/2017 @ 7:59 am
Douglas Harbour by visiting douglas marina TT /17
Cost me over £1000 to visit this marina for 30 days, extremely poor facilities for the price... Zero wi-fi, no TV signal in the marina, shower block is like a 1980 caravan site, marina shop for ship supplies only open half day Saturday, Marina bar opens for food only one week TT week , fuel unavailable unless you drive to Peel (30 mins away in car) and buy a token!!!! totally extortion rate for service.. Lads who look after it in the office helpful
30/06/2017 @ 7:59 am
Douglas Harbour by visiting douglas marina TT /17
Cost me over £1000 to visit this marina for 30 days, extremely poor facilities for the price... Zero wi-fi, no TV signal in the marina, shower block is like a 1980 caravan site, marina shop for ship supplies only open half day Saturday, Marina bar opens for food only one week TT week , fuel unavailable unless you drive to Peel (30 mins away in car) and buy a token!!!! totally extortion rate for service.. Lads who look after it in the office helpful
22/06/2014 @ 7:46 am
Rossborough Insurance Limited by Douglonian
News to me that this bunch had an office here, and I live here!!
07/01/2013 @ 1:02 am
Manx Marine by Stephen
Good stocks, friendly advice and super service.

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Details & Reviews (1)Meating Steakhouse
Corporate Events, Restaurants, Wifi
Meating Steakhouse
Meating has been established with a group of individuals who are passionate about meat, quality and guest satisfaction. Our aim is to deliver the best possible meat on the Isle of Man. We have got the meat from all around the Isle of Man, Ireland and England. Our chefs have created unique products and will keep bringing up new tastes.
To cook the meat to perfection we use a real charcoal grill in our restaurant, which makes us unique in the isle of Man.
Our philosophy starts from choosing the best cuts of beef to serve the product in the best way possible. View a 360° tour

Address: Meating Steakhouse, 18 Broadway, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM2 4EL

Phone: 01624 628353 - Email - Website - Map
Battery Chargers, Fishing, Fishing Tackle, Marine Breakdown, Marine Diesel, Marine Electricians, Marine Electronic Equipment, Marine Electronics, Marine Installations, Insurance Repairs, Marine Safety Equipment, Vetus
Bevan limited
Bevan's are based on the Isle of Man and have been established since 1969. We specialise in Marine Electronics and Electical Engineering and hold agencies for all the main Marine Electronics manufacturers such as, Furuno, Raymarine, Simrad, B&G, Navitron, Icom, Prestolite, Olex, Navionics and CMAP charts. Bevan's cover all types of marine vessels commercial and pleasure craft, we can also supply, install and maintain diesel gensets, solar panels, chargers and other power supply systems as well as autopilots, communication and navigation equipment. DC motors and alternators can be reconditioned in our workshop and parts sourced for most makes. Rewires and repairs can be carried out at any location around the Isle of Man.

Address: Bevan limited, Unit 2 Brickworks, Mill Road, Peel, Isle of Man, IM5 1TB

Phone: 01624 812583 - Email - Website - Mobile: 07624 430001 - Map
Details & Reviews (1)The Welbeck Hotel Restaurant
Bars & Inns, Corporate Events, Restaurants, Wifi
Our chefs excel by cooking with the best local and imported ingredients available, achieving a fine balance of both traditional and contemporary cuisine, complimented by our carefully selected wine list.
Dine in style in our Conservatory Restaurant in which we have now banned smoking or enjoy a quiet drink in a relaxing atmosphere in the bar which is open throughout the day and until Midnight.
Our dishes are all freshly prepared on the premises, using ingredients sourced from the Isle of Man wherever possible. As the Island is surrounded by the Irish Sea, we also try to utilise a variety of freshly caught seafood supplied by Devereau & Sons. View a 360° tour

Address: The Welbeck Hotel Restaurant, Mona Drive, Douglas,Isle of Man, IM2 4LF

Phone: 01624 675663 - Email - Website - Map
Boat Moorings, Marinas
Port St Mary
Port St Mary is a classic small harbour in a beautiful setting.
It is popular with diving clubs with organised trips to dive sites. Fishing excursions also leave from Port St Mary during the tourist season. The harbour is used by fishing vessels, pleasure craft, occasional commercial coasters and passenger vessels.
Port St Mary consists of an inner drying harbour and an outer always afloat berthing harbour.

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

Phone: 01624 833205 - Website - Mobile: 07624 460096 - Map
Details & Reviews (0)The Imperial Dragon
Catering, Corporate Events, Food Delivery, Restaurants, Takeaway Food
The Imperial Dragon
peking&Cantonese cuisine.fully licensed.take away available.we also cater for special events.corporate parties & house parties.we open 7days per week.

Address: The Imperial Dragon, 17 Palace Terrace, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM2 4NE

Phone: 01624 619518 - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)Just Pizza & Pasta
Restaurants
Just Pizza & Pasta
As it says on the tin, we are “Just Pizza & Pasta” (with a few specials too)!
Our customers tell us we create the best pizza, pasta and risotto on the Isle of Man. Our food is simple, fresh & rustic – Authentic Italian food combined with fresh local produce that give amazing results.
Dine in our laid back family friendly warehouse styled restaurant with our kitchen open for all to see. Sit on our reclaimed (from church pews) wooden bench seating and tables (you will find some on the walls too!) and watch our chefs work with passion. Our professional gas & wood burning ovens have been hand made by Forni Ceky, the leading Italian manufacturer of hand crafted ovens for pizza baking. For more than three generations the company has been creating its products entirely by hand - brick by brick.
Our pizza is a hybrid yeast and sourdough proofed for over 48 hours. This long proofing time with cooking at intense heat of up to 500°c produces a moist, light, digestible crust which is aromatic and delicious!

Address: Just Pizza & Pasta, 7-17 Wellington Street, Douglas, IM1 2AS

Phone: 01624 653955 - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)Broadway Cinema
Entertainment
Broadway Cinema
The Isle of Man's entertainment history reached a milestone in 2004 with the opening of the newly refurbished Villa Marina and Gardens. Featuring an arena, a breathtaking theatre, intimate concert halls, cinema and a children’s play area, it's the ultimate entertainment experience.
The Villa Marina is home to the Broadway Cinema, showing the latest movie releases 7 days a week.
To see what's on at the Broadway Cinema CLICK HERE

Address: Broadway Cinema, Villa Marina, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM2 4EL

Phone: 01624 694500 - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (1)Isle of Man Home of Rest for Old Horses
Visitor Attractions
Isle of Man Home of Rest for Old Horses
The Home of Rest for Old Horses came into being in 1950 when Mrs Mildred Royston and her sister Miss Kermode, became dismayed at the number of perfectly fit, old, working horses being shipped from the Island for a doubtful future.
From small beginnings, hard work, dedication and a lean income, the Home progressed until 1955 when a fortunate legacy provided the means to purchase "Bulrhenny" where the Home is now.
Of particular concern, were the old tram horses, and today we have "first option" on tram horses as they retire.
Since 1950 more than 280 animals have found happy retirement. We presently look after over 50 horses and 8 donkeys.
We rely entirely on voluntary contributions and this can be by either a donation of any size or, by adopting one of our residents for which a minimum donation of £10.00 annually will be gratefully accepted but with the cost of feed and care for these horses and donkeys, anyone contributing more than this, will help considerably to meet those needs. A Newsletter will be sent out in the Spring and Autumn along with a photograph of your chosen adoption. View a 360° tour

Address: , Douglas, Isle of Man, IM4 1JH

Phone: +44 (0)1624-674594 Fax: +44 (0)1624-613278 - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)The Ark Studio
Gift Shops
The things chosen for the shop, we like and hope you do too. Our aim is to enchant, so you come back again, becoming not just customers but friends. It is a shop for the young at heart from birth to 90 years !We try to make you feel that little bit special, and shopping for gifts a joy, not a chore. Knowing what you buy will be just that little bit different.

Address: Tower House, Castle Street, Douglas, IM1 2EZ

Phone: 01624 676333 - Email - Website - Mobile: 07624 490551 - Map
Details & Reviews (0)The Island Guest House
Family run Guest House situated only 50 yards off Central Promenade, ideal base for the town centre, Restaurants, shopping, Nighlife, Casino, Cinema, Children's Play Area, Villa Marina and Gardens all within easy walking distance along our beautiful promenade. Bus and Horse Tram stops at the bottom of the road.
Open all year, all ensuite rooms with free wi-fi.

Address: 4 Empress Drive, Douglas, IM2 4LQ

Phone: 01624673418 - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)Titan Broadway
Restaurants
This restaurant is the only one of it's kind. Previously based in Port Erin, we have relocated to Douglas due to popular demand!
'HAVE YOU GOT THE GUTS AND HUNGER TO FACE THE EYE OF THE TITAN?'
Our philosophy at TITAN is that your dining experience should be one to remember, so we have created a warm and welcoming atmosphere and devised a menu based on our favorite dishes from around the continent and at home.
All our steaks are 28 days matured Manx beef and we strive to use local produce wherever possible.

Address: Titan Broadway, 42 Broadway, Douglas, Isle of Man IM2 4EW

Phone: 01624 613647 - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)Tia's Teaspoon
Cafes
Tia

Address: Tia's Teaspoon, 8 Douglas Street, Peel, IM5 1SW

Phone: 07624 255408 - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)The Fish House
Cafes, Catering, Corporate Events, Restaurants, Takeaway Food
The Fish House Diner offers a comfortable place where you can sit down, relax and enjoy the highest quality local fresh fish, simply cooked and served at a fair price. Since opening it has had some great reviews and is fast becoming a local favourite renowned for its Queenie Spring Rolls, Thai Crab cakes and Smoked Haddock Scotch Eggs.
The diner comfortably seats up to 20 people and is popular at lunchtimes and weekends as food is served all day. Breakfast is served first thing with local favourites such as Manx Kippers available – a real Manx breakfast. You can grab a light bite if pushed for time or take longer with some nibbles followed by a main course.
We cater for adults and children alike and we love to see the kids tucking into our local fish dishes! Current favourites include classic Moules Frites, Manx Queenies with Chorizo and Paddy’s very own Fish House Fish Pie topped with golden mash potato.
Remember to check out the blackboard for our daily fresh fish specials or just ask Paddy what he recommends, you wont be disappointed

Address: The Fish House, 1 Station Road, Port St Mary, IM9 5AE

Phone: 01624 833113 - Email - Website - Map
Accommodation
Albany House
Every sunrise is matched with a glorious sunset and few of us can resist the nightly need to slip between clean sheets in a comfy bed for a good night's sleep. Rested and rejuvenated, the prospect of a fine, filling and full breakfast can rarely be denied.

If you're planning a visit to the Isle of Man, imagine waking up to the warm hospitality of Albany House where comfort, cleanliness and privacy are waiting to envelop you.

So if you're looking for respite from the busy world, somewhere to kick back, relax and feel at home, then Albany House, Peel's best bed and breakfast, has it all.

Address: Albany House, 9 Albany Road, Peel, IM51JS

Phone: - Email - Website - Mobile: +44 07624 483866 - Map
Restaurants, Takeaway Food, Wifi, Yacht Hampers
The finest Chinese cuisine in the Isle of Man. Open 7 days a week. View a 360° tour

Address: Clinch's Court Bank Hill, North Quay, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 4QF

Phone: 01624886886 - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)The Chesterhouse Hotel
Accommodation
The Chesterhouse Hotel
A perfect combination of great location and great value, The Chesterhouse Hotel is located on the sea front in Douglas and has 67 rooms with en-suite bathrooms. Offering a full range of modern facilities and in-room accessories, rooms at the Chesterhouse are offered at highly competitive rates.

Address: 37-42 Loch Promenade, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 2LY

Phone: +44 (0)1624 675 511 Fax: +44 (0)1624 670 966 - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)Ocean Restaurant
Corporate Events, Fish Specialist, Restaurants, Wifi, Yacht Hampers
Ocean Restaurant
At Ocean, we pride ourselves on using quality, local produce wherever possible. From local lobsters and crab from Alan at Cushlin Seafood to Queenies and Scallops from Devereau's, to the finest steaks from H&G. Ocean pride themselves on using the best produce so that you receive only the best.
Ocean is more than just a Seafood Restaurant. While the Island's coastline has some of the best seafood available, the land on our Island produces some of the best beef in Great Britain. With clean fresh air and organic farming, the Island can equally boast some of the best fowl.
Brunch at Ocean is a casual relaxing experience and can be enjoyed with friends and family. It makes your weekend so much more special. Our Ocean Brunch Promotion allows you to purchase any one Brunch item and you can indulge with a bottle of Prosecco for only £18.

Address: Ocean Restaurant, 33 North Quay, Douglas, Isle of Man, V

Phone: 01624 622000 - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (1)Rossborough Insurance Limited
Marine Insurance
Rossborough Insurance Limited
Rossborough is a general and healthcare insurance broking Group operating in the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man. Now part of a Group which includes Giles Insurance and Ink Insurance, we were established more than 75 years ago and employ over 150 staff. We have exclusive facilities for personal and business insurance as well as substantial expertise in the field of health and dental care insurance.
Whatever your requirements, from first-time motorist to multi-jurisdictional, global business, we have the expertise and knowledge you need.

Address: Rossborough Insurance (IOM) Limited, New Wing, Victory House, Prospect Hill, Douglas, IOM

Phone: +44 (0) 1624 631631 Fax: +44 (0) 1624 631632 - Email - Website - Map
Photographic Services, Retail Outlets

Address: Photo Finish, 4 Market Hill, Douglas, IM1 2BG

Phone: 01624 628022 Fax: 01624 606074 - Map
Catering, Corporate Events, Food Delivery, Restaurants, Takeaway Food, Wifi, Yacht Hampers
Welcome to the Manx Curry Club - brought to you by Spice of India, the Island’s leading Indian restaurant group.
The Manx Curry Club is an exciting new venture, offering a whole range of special offers and promotions at our outlets, Spice Fusion Takeaway on Prospect Terrace, Douglas, Curry Club and I love Kebab in Callows Yard, Castletown.
Join today – it’s absolutely free. Once you have joined you will be eligible for various weekly and monthly draws for the chance to win a “Meal for 2”.

Address: Curry Club, 20 Arbory Street, Castletown, IM91LJ

Phone: 01624 822 226 - Email - Website - Map
Accommodation
Waldick Hotel
The Waldick Hotel is located in a magnificent sea-view position overlooking the Irish Sea and the magnificent historic castle of Peel. From the hotel it is only a short walk to the centre of the town with its local shops and interesting historical streets. Peel also boasts an 18-hole golf course, which again is only a short walk from the Waldick Hotel. Peel has in the heart of the town the outstanding and award-winning House of Manannan, which every visitor to the Isle of Man should visit. The capital of the Island, Douglas, is about 30 minutes drive and offers a wide range of comprehensive shopping facilities and further activities and sights for the visitor. Peel is located also conveniently to the South of the Island for Port St Mary and Port Erin, and likewise to Ramsey in the North.

The hotel is ideally located for walking, birdwatching, golf and other activities and at the Waldick Hotel we will be happy to pass on further information to you on these activities, together with information on offers for bus travel and special tickets to the many Manx National Heritage sites.

Address: Waldick Hotel, 9 Marine Parade, Peel,Isle of Man, IM5 1PB

Phone: +44 (0) 1624 842410 - Email - Website - Map
Visitor Attractions
LAXEY WHEEL
This feat of Victorian engineering and ingenuity is the largest surviving waterwheel of its kind in the world. The Lady Isabella as she is also known, served the mine for 70 years and became the Island’s most dramatic tourist attraction. Watch the mighty wheel turn and climb to the top for panoramic views across Glen Mooar Valley. Beyond the wheel take an hour to explore the mine and the trail to the mine ruins to learn more about the lives of the Laxey miners.

Address: Laxey, Isle of Man

Phone: +44 (0)1624 675522 - Map
Details & Reviews (0)Villa Marina and Gaiety Theatre
Visitor Attractions
The Villa Marina features an intimate concert hall, versatile event spaces, cinema and a children’s play area, it's the ultimate entertainment experience.
The centrepiece of the Villa Marina is the Royal Hall. A spectacular auditorium that combines Edwardian grandeur and comfort with the latest sound and lighting systems, to create an amazing atmosphere at every show. Hosting some of the biggest names in music and comedy, it promises a great night every time you visit.
The Villa Marina is home to the Broadway Cinema, showing the latest movie releases 7 days a week.
Last but not least the Villa Marina is home to the popular Dragon's Castle Play Area is the perfect place to let your young adventurers explore whilst you relax with a cup of coffee!
Proudly positioned on the promenade of Douglas stands the Gaiety Theatre, the jewel in the Manx entertainment crown. Steeped in history and tradition, the Gaiety Theatre is one of the finest remaining examples of work by the legendary theatre architect, Frank Matcham.

Address: Villa Marina and Gaiety Theatre, Villa Marina Arcade Harris Promenade, Douglas, Isle of Man IM1 2HH

Phone: 01624 694500 - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)The Rutland Hotel
Accommodation
The Rutland Hotel
One of the most elegant buildings on the Isle of Man, The Rutland Hotel is the latest addition to the Sleepwell Group.

Address: 19-23 Palace Terrace, Queens Promenade, Douglas, IM2 4NF

Phone: +44 (0)1624 639 396 Fax: +44 (0)1624 661 009 - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)Gandhi Indian Restaurant
Corporate Events, Restaurants, Takeaway Food, Wifi, Yacht Hampers
Gandhi Indian Restaurant
Welcome to Gandhi Restaurant
the best Indian restaurant on the Island with the best panoramic sea view…
If ethnic culinary delights in sophisticated settings in good company with the best panoramic views over Douglas bay is your idea of a good night out, then Gandhi Restaurant has it all.We have fine tuned the balance between modern and traditional cooking which is also reflected in our approach to the décor which is clean, elegant and vibrant yet nostalgic.

Address: Gandhi Indian Restaurant, 59 King Edward Road, Onchan, Isle Of Man, IM3 2AR

Phone: 01624 677774 - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)Ramsey Harbour
Boat Moorings, Marinas
Ramsey Harbour
This is a well sheltered, tidal (+/- 2 ½ hours HW) port but access can be difficult in strong easterly winds as the entrance is via a narrow channel between 2 breakwaters. The harbour is busy with commercial vessels dealing with regular lo-lo services from the United Kingdom and Ireland and is the only Manx port with facilities to handle imports of bulk cement. The harbour, directly alongside the town centre, also has its own small shipyard, used mainly by local and visiting fishing vessels.
The disused Queen's Pier in Ramsey Bay was built in 1886 to provide a low water landing for passenger ferries and was last used in 1970. Debates continue on the various proposals currently being considered for its future.

Address: East Quay, Ramsey, Isle of Man, IM8 1BG

Phone: 01624 812245 - Email - Website - Map
Bars & Inns, Corporate Events, Restaurants, Wifi
Bar George
Enticing cocktails, refined wines, eclectic import beers – Bar George, located adjacent to the Financial district, is Douglas’ enclave for connoisseurs of wines and spirits seeking a sanctuary that caresses the eye as well as the palate.
Bar George epitomises the spirit of its location in the heart of Douglas’ financial district. The elegant modernism of its interior design combined with the building’s historical elements creates a unique, yet vibrant setting that must be experienced.

Address: Bar George, St Georges Chambers, Hill Street, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 4LE

Phone: 01624 617799 - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)Falcon's Nest Hotel
Accommodation, Bars & Inns, Corporate Events, Entertainment, Restaurants, Wifi
Falcon
The hotel is a “free house” and has two bars. The residents lounge bar is in the true tradition of the public house where guests can enjoy the magnificent views across the bay and relax in front of an open fire with a pint of real ale or one of over 60 varieties of malt whiskys.
The Gladstone Restaurant offers an extensive a la carte menu with lighter snacks being served in the lounge bar. The ever-popular Sunday Lunch Carvery is served in the elegant, Victorian style dining room The Milner Suite. Locally sourced produce is used wherever possible.

Address: Falcon's Nest Hotel, Station Road, Port Erin, IM9 6AF

Phone: 01624 834077 - Website - Map
Visitor Attractions
STEAM RAILWAY
Step back in time for a journey you will never forget, experience the grandeur of travelling between Douglas and the south of the Island on a Victorian railway, perfectly frozen in time.
Sit back, relax and enjoy a journey through the beautiful and ever changing Manx countryside thanks to Victorian engineering that has well and truly stood the test of time.
Children will love travelling on the train line especially if they are Thomas the Tank Engine fans. Thomas and the Magic Railroad film was made here on the Isle of Man.
Opened in 1874, this narrow gauge railway still runs with its original locomotives and carriages, through an ever changing landscape, to a choice of destinations in the south of the Island, these include the ancient monastery of Rushen Abbey, the impressive Castle Rushen, the Old House of Keys and the Nautical Museum all within the ancient capital Castletown and within walking distance of the town's station. A really good reason to purchase a Go Explore card. Further down the line there are a number of sheltered, sandy beaches, and the IoM Steam Railway Museum at Port Erin.

Address:

Phone: 01624 685685 - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)Tandoor South Indian Restaurant
Corporate Events, Restaurants, Takeaway Food, Wifi, Yacht Hampers
South India is famous for its exotic cuisine prepared with artful and exquisite combinations of fresh spices. Here at Tandoor Indian restaurant in Douglas, the chef creates and provides our guest with the authentic cuisine from Northern and southern parts of India, famous for its clay oven dishes and exotic curries. We trust your visit at Tandoor will be reminiscent of the traditional cuisine of India served by our staff.
What is Tandoor?
The igloo-shaped clay oven known as the tandoor is most closely identified with Indian cooking. This is an excellent method of baking meats, poultry, fish and bread.
The meat, poultry or fish is first marinated in a roseate spice mixture, and then impaled on long skewers that are lowered into the tandoor. Sheets of bread dough, called Naan, are also slapped against the sides of the oven and peeled off when crisply charred and blistered.

Address: Tasndoor South Indian Restaurant, 3 Market Hill, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 2BF

Phone: 01624 615 202 - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)The Fish House
Provisions, Something Special
The Fish House is the brainchild of Patrick Croft who is probably the Isle of Man’s most famous fishmonger! Patrick has always had an interest in the sea, having lived in Port Erin and Port St Mary in the south of the island most of his life. He has worked for over 20 years as a fishmonger and has won numerous awards for his fish filleting skills.
Patrick has always had a passion for provenance, high quality local seafood and is a pretty mean cook as well! With all this combined he thought why not open somewhere in his home village and so the Fish House was born.
The Fish House is relaxed sort of place where you can buy fresh local seafood including the famous Isle of Man Queenies. If you want to take more time out you sit in the diner area and enjoy something freshly prepared from Patricks very own menu which is served all day. If you want to grab something on the move you can as he also offers a convenient take away service selling freshly made sandwiches and baps to go.
The Fish House is in the heart of Port St Mary located on the corner of Station Road and The Promenade. Car Parking is free and can be found at the rear of the property just opposite the village Town Hall. There is a bus stop almost opposite on the main road into Port St Mary and we are only five minutes walk from the steam train stop at Port St Mary train station.

Address: The Fish House, 1 Station Road, Port St Mary, IM9 5AE

Phone: 01624 833113 - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)Outdoors Ramsey Cycles
Bike Sales/Hire, Electric Bikes, Garmin, Online Shopping
Outdoors Ramsey Cycles

Address: Outdoors Ramsey Cycles, Christian Street, Albert Road, Ramsey, Isle of Man, IM8 2EL

Phone: 01624 811550 - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)Broadway Laundrettes & Dry Cleaners
Launderette
Broadway Laundrettes & Dry Cleaners
SERVICE WASHES OR DO IT YOURSELF SERVICE.

Open 8.30am to 5.00pm,Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Friday and Saturday(Closed Thursday)
Open 11.00am to 4.00pm Sunday

Address: 24 Broadway, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM2 4EL

Phone: 01624 621511 - Map
Details & Reviews (0)Thai Thai Restaurant
Corporate Events, Restaurants, Takeaway Food, Wifi
Thai Thai Restaurant
We are a new Thai restaurant with a fully licensed bar in the heart of the Isle of Man.
We offer authentic Royal Thai Cuisine for lunch and evening dining, so why not try something different?
"My style is fragrant and unfussy with a focus on the best and freshest ingredients I can get. I like to balance the tastes so that the finished dish has flavours that are blended perfectly."
Head Chef Drew Saktayakorn.
Have you seen something on the menu but want it slightly different?
Our chefs are very accommodating and if there is something on the menu that you would like to change please ask our staff and we will see if we can create the dish you are after.

Address: Thai Thai Restaurant, Capital House, Circular Road, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 1AG

Phone: 01624 614000 - Email - Website - Map
Boat Moorings, Marinas
Port Erin
Port Erin is a quiet seaside resort which can accommodate small craft and small inshore fishing vessels.
Regular cruising trips depart from here to the Calf of Man from Easter to late September. Port Erin is also known for its diving facilities.
Commercial activities centre on occasional cruise liners which anchor within the bay as weather conditions suit and land passengers by tender.

Address: Breakwater Road, Port Erin, Isle of Man,IM9 6JA

Phone: 01624 833206 - Email - Website - Mobile: 07624 460096 - Map
Restaurants
14 North
14North opened its doors in August 2010 with the simple aim of showcasing the finest produce the Isle of Man's farmers and artisanal suppliers have to offer. Though a few things have changed since we first launched, our commitment to seasonal, fresh and locally sourced produce remains our biggest driving force for everyone from our kitchen team through to our head chef and our friendly and welcoming front of house staff.
We are located on Douglas' North Quay in a beautiful old Manx building that has been redesigned using zinc, wood and brick to provide a laid back setting for any event; whether an express business lunch, candlelit date night or a celebratory meal with friends. We always strive to provide the warmest possible welcome and genuine hospitality, no matter what the occasion.

Address: 14 North, 14 north quay, Douglas,Isle of Man, IM1 4LE

Phone: - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)Strand Shopping Centre
Gift Shops, Provisions, Retail Outlets

Address: Strand Shopping Centre, Market Street, Douglas Isle of Man, IM1 2ER

Phone: +44 1624-662411 - Map
Details & Reviews (1)Bottom Line Ltd
Battery Chargers, Boat Sales-Power, Boatyards, Chandlery, Fishing, Fishing Tackle, Grp Repairs/Maintenance, Liferafts & Lifejackets, Marine Batteries , Marine Clothing, Marine Diesel, Marine Electricians, Marine Electronic Equipment, Marine Electronics, Marine Engine Sales, Marine Engineers, Marine Fabrications, Marine Installations, Mariner, Mercruiser, Online Chandlers, Online Shopping, Outboards, Propellors & Shafts, RIB Repairs, RIB Sales, Welding, Yamaha, Yanmar
Bottom Line Ltd
We sell products from Yamaha, MerCruiser, Yanmar, Lowrance, Simrad, B&G, Scanstrut, Blue sea, Icom, Racor and Attwood.
In any market, anywhere in the world, there is always someone who sells the most products. Being number one in a specific country or region is one thing, but being number one in the world is something very special. Yamaha have been the number one manufacturer of outboard engines for a very long time. To attain this position is an achievement in itself. But to maintain this position for such a period requires a level of commitment and technological innovation which is unique.
It is not just the quality of the technology which encourages people to choose Yamaha; it is also the passion and understanding that Yamaha have for the marine environment. Yamaha marine engineers work with all forms of marine products from engines to boats to personal watercraft. Their enthusiasm and knowledge is what keeps Yamaha at the cutting edge of marine technology and keeps Yamaha as the number one manufacturer of outboard engines in the world.

Address: Bottom Line Ltd, Unit 8 Side Road, Middle River Industrial Estate, Douglas Isle of Man, IM2 1AL

Phone: 01624 671671 - Email - Website - Mobile: 0800 246 1005 - Map
Details & Reviews (0)Isle of Man Steam Packet Company
Transport
THE ISLE OF MAN STEAM PACKET COMPANY HISTORY
The Isle of Man Steam Packet Company is the oldest continually operating passenger shipping company in the world, having began operations in 1830.
THE ISLE OF MAN BEFORE THE STEAM PACKET COMPANY
Prior to 1830, there were other shipping companies serving the Isle of Man, before the Steam Packet Company was formed. The smuggling trade (causing considerable loss to the British Revenue) led to the Crown purchasing the Isle of Man from the Atholl family in 1765 and the Redcoats moved in. Two years after this, Westminster organized a weekly packet boat service between Douglas and Whitehaven, thereby providing a lifeline to the Garrison on the Isle of Man.

Address: Isle of Man Steam Packet Company, Imperial Buldings, Douglas,Isle of Man, IM12BY

Phone: 01624 661 661 Fax: 01624 645 609 - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)The Thirsty Pigeon
Bars & Inns, Entertainment
The Thirsty Pigeon
The Thirsty Pigeon, is a family run pub serving local and guest Real Ales and a wide range on wines and spirits. Opened in 2013, it has become known for its customer service and the extra mile the committed staff will go for their clientele.
Open Monday - Saturday, it has 2 TV’s regularly showing Live sports and hosts local Live music on both weekend nights until late. Famous for its laid back atmosphere, friendly staff and house infused shots (try the Werthers Original Vodka asap!) it’s a pub not to be missed! Located at the top of Victoria Street, it’s the pulse at the centre of Douglas’s heart.

Address: The Thirsty Pigeon, Victoria Street(Straid Varriaght), Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 2LB

Phone: 01624 675584 - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)Portofino Restaurant
Corporate Events, Restaurants, Wifi
Portofino Restaurant
Named after a small Italian fishing village, commune and tourist resort located in the province of Genoa on the Italian Riviera, Portofino specialises in Mediterranean and International cuisine.
Portofino, the Islands leading restaurant provides diners with an experience that is soft and elegant, whilst maintaining a modern, vibrant ambiance. The restaurant can cater for over 30 guests in the Xander Suite, a private dining room available for clientele seeking a quieter environment or venue.
The contemporary surroundings are supported by a top team of kitchen and front-of-house staff, most of whom have worked for the owner Mario Ciappelli for a number of years. View a 360° tour

Address: Portofino Restaurant, Quay West, Douglas,Isle of Man, IM15AG

Phone: 01624 617755 - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)The Island Guest House
The Island Guest House
Family run Guest House situated only 50 yards off Central Promenade, ideal base for the town centre, Restaurants, shopping, Nighlife, Casino, Cinema, Children's Play Area, Villa Marina and Gardens all within easy walking distance along our beautiful promenade. Bus and Horse Tram stops at the bottom of the road.
Open all year, all ensuite rooms with free wi-fi.

Address: 4 Empress Drive, Douglas, IM2 4LQ

Phone: 01624673418 - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (1)The Welbeck Hotel
Accommodation
The Welbeck Hotel
Welcome to the award winning Welbeck Hotel, the ideal place to stay and explore the beautiful Isle of Man.
Whether visiting the Isle of Man for business or pleasure, with a range of spacious hotel rooms and Self Catering Apartments the George family welcome you to the award winning Welbeck Hotel Isle of Man.
The hotel is open throughout the year to help ensure your stay in the beautiful Isle of Man is both enjoyable and successful. Located in the centre of Douglas this 3 star hotel offers a great choice of holiday accommodation in the Isle of Man.
There is free Wi-Fi throughout the building and we also have a computer that can be used situated in the bar. The network is protected but you can access password from Reception. View a 360° tour

Address: The Welbeck Hotel, Mona Drive, Douglas,Isle of Man, IM2 4LF

Phone: 01624 675663 Fax: 01624 675663 - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)Castletown Harbour
Boat Moorings, Marinas
Castletown Harbour
Castletown is a heritage harbour consisting of outer and inner drying harbours. It is mainly used by inshore fishing vessels, local and visiting pleasure craft and occasional coasters.
Commercial limits cargo work is only accommodated in the inner harbour through a narrow swing bridge. The berth at the Umber Quay can accommodate vessels up to the maximum of 55M, beam 8.2M, and 3.5M draft MHWS 2.6 metres MHWN and those prepared to take the hard ground.
There is a lay-by berth on the Irish Quay with Maximum length 55M however there is no breadth restriction here. 3.8M on MHWS and 2.7M on MHWN.

Address: The Quay, Castletown, Isle of Man, IM9 1LD

Phone: 01624 823549 - Email - Website - Mobile: 07624 451503 - Map
Details & Reviews (0)The Claremont Hotel
Accommodation
The Claremont Hotel
Premium location, premium facilities, premium destination. The Claremont hotel offers a unique experience for the more demanding traveller.

Address: 18-22 Loch Promenade, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 2LX

Phone: +44 (0)1624 698 800 Fax: +44 (0)1624 698 899 - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)Douglas Bay Yacht Club
RYA Courses, Sailing Training Courses, Yacht Club
Douglas Bay Yacht Club
The Douglas Bay Yacht Club was formed in the 1860's by retired naval officers and local merchants living in Douglas, the capital of the Isle of Man. By the 1890's there was a flourishing racing programme, featuring large cutters with professional crews, racing in Douglas Bay and offshore. This continued until the First World War in 1914 when the Club ceased operations. Club sailing in Douglas did not start again until 1957 when Douglas Motor Boat & Sailing Club was set up with premises in St Georges Street. The Club moved in 1977, taking over and refurbishing the Trafalgar Tavern on the South Quay. It held regular Cruiser Racing on the sea in the summer and Dinghy Racing on the West Baldwin reservoir in winter. In 1991 the Club acquired the rights to the original name and changed to the Douglas Bay Yacht Club.

Address: Douglas Bay Yacht Club, The Tongue, Douglas, IM1 5AQ

Phone: 01624 673965 - Email - Website - Map
Boat Moorings, Marinas
Laxey Harbour
A small port on the east coast half way between Douglas and Ramsey. The harbour was built in the mid 1800s to service the lucraLaxey harbourtive mining industry but is now used by a small number of leisure craft and inshore fishing vessels. Laxey's traditional village has important Manx National Heritage sites which includes the giant waterwheel Lady Isabella - the world's largest working water wheel.
Berthing is limited because of the size of the harbour, but leisure craft can use the channel berths in favourable conditions. No deep water berths are available as the whole harbour dries at each low water. Seasonal mooring buoys are placed in Garwick Bay (1 mile south) over the summer period for visiting vessels.

Address: The Quay, Laxey, Isle of Man, IM4 7DB

Phone: 01624 861663 - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)Gaiety Theatre
Entertainment, Visitor Attractions
Gaiety Theatre
The Isle of Man's entertainment history reached a milestone in 2004 with the opening of the newly refurbished Villa Marina and Gardens. Featuring an arena, a breathtaking theatre, intimate concert halls, cinema and a children’s play area, it's the ultimate entertainment experience.
Steeped in history and tradition the Gaiety Theatre is one of the finest remaining examples of work from the legendary architect, Frank Matcham.
With tours available throughout the summer season, or during the winter by arrangement, this breathtakingly restored Victorian theatre is one of

Address: Gaiety Theatre, Unit 8, Villa Marina Arcade Harris Promenade, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 2HJ

Phone: 01624 694500 - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)Good for You Beauty Therapy
Health & Beauty
Good for You Beauty Therapy
Mila Enero Beale has studied and practised beauty therapy both in her native Philippines and more recently through a two year course at the Isle of Man College.
She therefore brings a wealth of experience of mind and body rejuvenating techniques that can be suited to most client conditions. She looks forward to helping you.

Address: Good for You Beauty Therapy, Cubbon House, 48 Loch Promenade, Douglas, IM1 2LZ

Phone: (07624) 451030 - Email - Website - Map
Car Hire
Ocean Ford
Island wide free pick up including all harbours.
Special weekend rates available.
Vehicles from £99 per week!(winter season only)
Call us or book online now!

Address: Douglas Rd, Castletown, Isle of Man, IM9 1TH

Phone: 01624 820830 Fax: 01624 820800 - Email - Website - Map
Books & Charts, Chandlery, Marine Clothing, Marine Electronics, Marine Safety Equipment, Masts & Rigging
Manx Marine

Address: 35 North Quay, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 4LB

Phone: +44 (0)1624 674842 Fax: +44 (0)1624 674842 - Email - Website - Map
RYA Courses, Sailing Training Courses, Water Sports
7th Wave
We are all wrapped up after a brilliant 2017 season. We’ve seen four new Instructors join our team, all of them starting their sailing careers at 7th Wave! The Manx Youth Sailing Squad has been making a big impression on the national and international scene, Teddy Dunn finished the season ranked 3rd in the UK and Peter Cope 6th. We ran our first This Girl Can weekend and by popular demand this will be happening again in 2018. Plus put a note in your diaries for RYA Push The Boat Out events at 7th Wave in May.

Address: 7th Wave, Strand Road, Port Erin, IOM, IM9 6HF

Phone: - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (2)Douglas Harbour
Marinas
Douglas Harbour
VHF Ch 12.
The main port of the Isle of Man with the most extensive facilities for both commercial and private vessels. Douglas is the only Manx port with dedicated passenger handling facilities and roll-on roll-off vehicle services. The port provides specialist berths for oil and gas tankers as well as general cargo vessels, fishing vessels and occasional survey, customs and naval vessels. The Isle of Man's first marina was opened during 2001 and offers a limited number of berths for visiting leisure craft, subject to availability. A second phase of pontoons was completed in the autumn of 2006. Substantial ongoing investment is continuing to further enhance the harbour's facilities. A private towage service is available and a commercial inshore passenger ferry operates various services throughout the summer season to other ports.

Address: Sea Terminal Building, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 2RF

Phone: 01624 686923 - Email - Website - Map
Marinas
Peel Harbour
Traditionally a fishing port which used to annually host a huge herring fleet, Peel remains the most active fishing port on the Isle of Man but is also important commercially for the importation of various fuel oils. Situated on the west coast, Peel also has a comprehensive fish and shellfish processing industry and is home to the traditional art of kipper curing with guided tours organised for visitors throughout the curing season (May to September).

Peel's striking feature is its ancient castle overlooking the entrance to the inner harbour which also features the award-winning House of Manannan heritage centre, open all year round to visitors.

VHF Channels 16 and 12 (Douglas 24 hours other ports during office hours)
Pilot book: No 37; West Coasts of England and Wales
Admiralty Chart: No 2696

Address: East Quay, Peel, Isle of Man, IM5 1AR

Phone: 01624 842338 - Email - Website - Mobile: 07624 495036 - Map
Details & Reviews (0)4Hire Rent a Car
Car Hire
Holiday Rentacar can help you arrange car hire from locations all over the world. At HolCar, we pride ourselves on working with trusted car rental suppliers in all countries. The links below will take you to straightforward online booking systems allowing you to get no obligation quotes, compare prices and choose the best deal for you. Keep an eye out for discounted deals and special offers such as free additional drivers or zero excess.

Address: 4Hire Rent a Car, Isle Of Man Business Park, Isle of Man, IM2 4WD

Phone: 01624 663655 - Email - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)Villa Marina and Gaiety Theatre
Cafes, Corporate Events, Entertainment
The Villa Marina features an intimate concert hall, versatile event spaces, cinema and a children’s play area, it's the ultimate entertainment experience.
The centrepiece of the Villa Marina is the Royal Hall. A spectacular auditorium that combines Edwardian grandeur and comfort with the latest sound and lighting systems, to create an amazing atmosphere at every show. Hosting some of the biggest names in music and comedy, it promises a great night every time you visit.
The Villa Marina is home to the Broadway Cinema, showing the latest movie releases 7 days a week.
Last but not least the Villa Marina is home to the popular Dragon's Castle Play Area is the perfect place to let your young adventurers explore whilst you relax with a cup of coffee!
Proudly positioned on the promenade of Douglas stands the Gaiety Theatre, the jewel in the Manx entertainment crown. Steeped in history and tradition, the Gaiety Theatre is one of the finest remaining examples of work by the legendary theatre architect, Frank Matcham.

Address: Villa Marina and Gaiety Theatre, Villa Marina Arcade Harris Promenade, Douglas, Isle of Man IM1 2HH

Phone: 01624 694500 - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)The Tea Junction
Cafes, Online Shopping, Provisions, Something Special
The Tea Junction
A warm welcome and a friendly face await you at The Tea Junction. Situated in Castle Street, Douglas, we’ve created a space where you can relax and enjoy life, one sip at a time.
The Isle of Man’s first true tea shop, The Tea Junction, offers you the opportunity to sample and purchase over twenty varieties of loose leaf tea and infusions of the highest grade. Most of our teas are sourced from Pekoe Tea, a small family run supplier based in Edinburgh who trade ethically with small companies and estates guaranteeing the freshest and highest quality teas available.
In addition to tea we also make a great cup of coffee and we have a host of other homemade indulgent treats to delight and stimulate your taste buds.

Address: The Tea Junction, 14 Castle Street, IM1 2EU, Douglas

Phone: 01624 616578 - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)Waterfront Apartments
Accommodation
Waterfront Apartments

Address: Waterfront Apartments, 12 North Quay, Douglas,Isle of Man, IM1 4LE

Phone: 01624 677712 - Email - Website - Mobile: 07624 499432 - Map
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