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Information
Situated between the rivers Plym and Tamar on the coast of Devon, the city of Plymouth has everything you could want from a British seaside holiday – the spectacular natural Harbour of Plymouth Sound, the majestic beaches of Whitesand and Bigbury Bays, Dartmoor National Park to the north, a wealth of heritage and cultural centres and some of the finest wining, dining and entertainment the UK has to offer.

Plymouth has long been a favourite with sailing and boating enthusiasts as the area has much to offer. Explore the stunning coastlines of Devon and Cornwall or venture inland along the lovely Rivers Yealm or Tamar and discover places of breathtaking natural beauty. To compliment Plymouth’s love affair with all things seafaring, there is the Barbican Maritime Village, a positively cosmopolitan area literally steeped in maritime history where the ghosts of Drake and Raleigh walk cobbled streets flanked with cafes, bars, restaurants, galleries and specialist craft shops.

The city centre is a thriving, bustling place with world-class shopping centre, traditional pubs, gourmet restaurants, fish bars, specialist markets and cafes. Visit the awesome Drake Circus centre with its forty-eight shops and restaurants or the ever-popular pannier market with one hundred plus stalls and famous farmers market. There are two excellent theatres – the Royal Theatre, with its programme of West End previews, and Plymouth Pavilions for variety shows, comedians and concerts. For those in search of nightlife there are the casinos, multiplex cinemas and countless bars and clubs that stay open well into the early hours.

For a more peaceful day or evening why not head over to Saltash. The yacht club there can normally provide a mooring, you can contact them on 01752 845988, or just simply cross the Tamar Bridge to get there. Once there you must go and relax in the "Just Be" Coffe and Wine Bar. There you can sit and look out on the water watching the world go by.

So whatever it is you want from your holiday, relaxation, hospitality, excitement, entertainment or surprises Plymouth has everything and much more.

WEEKEND TRIPS
The picturesque villages of Newton Ferrers and Noss Mayo lie on each side of the secluded Yealm River. A couple of pubs (the Swan and the Ship are in Noss Mayo and Newton Ferrers is home to the Dolphin.) There is also the welcoming Yealm Yacht Club, a few Shops and the Post Office are located in Newton Ferrers. The Harbour Office and showers are located at the bottom of the Yealm Steps at the inner end of the main dinghy pontoon. At the outer end of this pontoon is a water supply. There are three visitors swinging moorings. The first is located between Misery Point and Warren Point and will take a 60' / 25 ton displacement boat. There are 2 more swinging moorings on the south side of the channel opposite the Spit Bouy which can take up to three yachts each. There is a Visitor's pontoon in the Pool which can take around twenty yachts and a further Visitor's pontoon upstream off West Shore which provides about twenty berths. A two knot tide can run at various states of tide so some care should be taken when mooring.
Anchorages can be found in the entrance to the river and at Cellar Bay. The River Yealm can become busy at weekends in the high season. On these occasions when the visitor's moorings are full it is possible to pick up an empty private mooring but his is at your own risk and you must seek approval from the Harbour Master before you leave your boat. The Harbour Master and his staff are on the river from early in the morning to late in the evening fro April to October. The Harbour Master can be contacted by telephone on 01752 872533
For more information on businesses and services in Plymouth please use the Marine Services, Pilot notes + charts, Marinas, Food and Drink and Accommodation buttons at the top of this page. For a more in-depth search use our "Blue Pages" Business Directory.
Comments (19)
22/03/2016 @ 10:51 am
Debby and Tim
Ganges and Gurkha Restaurant: Great food and great night!!
Thanks
Debs x
05/02/2016 @ 11:05 am
Glynn and Shaz (Freedom)
Love your harbour guide, great idea, nice and simple to use with just enough useful information..Bravo!
25/01/2016 @ 12:31 pm
Harbourguides Crew
Marine Solicitors is now a new category on our Blue Pages. Check it out.
http://www.harbourguides.com/bluepages/Plymouth/Marine_Solicitors
19/01/2016 @ 11:25 am
Steve
Weir Quay Boatyard, just up the Tamar from Plymouth, has a haul out and re-launch offer. They are happy for you to work on your boat and also have engineers/shipwrights on hand if you need help. Great place. Worth checking out.
31/10/2015 @ 10:45 am
Harbourguides Crew
HI Ray
Our charts are accurate as they are reproduced UKHO charts. We have a licence agreement with them to feature them on our site. Our agreement stipulates though that we have to put a disclaimer on them. This is for legal reasons, and must be adhered to.
Hope this clears a few things up for you, and carry on using the site
Thanks
Ben HG Crew
31/10/2015 @ 10:06 am
Ray Johnson
How accurate are your charts on your guides? Each one has a disclaimer on them. If they are accurate why do this? I use your site for all sorts of information,as it covers all the things I need when visiting a marina, but not sure about the charts. Can someone explain?
Ray
10/10/2015 @ 5:16 pm
Unhappy Crew
Lorenzos Restaurant Plymouth:
We have had some experiences on our travels..Some pleasant and some not so.However Lorenzos has got to be THE most unpleasant experience! Dont waste your money..We have tried several other of your restaurants on this guide and have found no problems with the rest.
Thanks.
ps we dont usually complain but we thought this needed mentioning, it was that bad.
08/10/2015 @ 10:06 am
Sherry Fisher
Had a great time visiting Plymouth and found your site useful. Could do with more shops for us girls though..Only saying.
25/09/2015 @ 5:45 am
Debbie and Frank
Wow, just stumbled accross your site whilst searching for marinas Plymouth, would just like to say what a great idea. Where do you get the money from to produce all this information? and will you at some time start charging people to use the site? Myself and Frank found it very informative, and will certainly be using it again in the future (Hopefully it will still be free!)
27/06/2015 @ 7:13 am
Shaun
Hi Trevor
Copy this link, it will take you to all the marinas in and around Plymouth:
http://harbourguides.com/harbours.php/Plymouth/marinas
You will get the right advice off one of these.
good Luck
24/06/2015 @ 2:04 pm
TREVOR MCDONALD
WE PLAN TO BRING A 20 FOOT OPEN LAUNCH AROUND FROM FALMOUTH TO TORQUAY ON SATURDAY , BUT AS CRUISE IS 6 KNOTS ! WILL PROBABLY HAVE TO OVERNIGHT IN PLYMOUTH SO ,CAN YOU ADVISE A SUITABLE VISITORS MOORING ....THANKS
16/10/2013 @ 8:38 am
Tim
Great food at Butchers Arms last night.
05/10/2013 @ 7:54 am
Jeremia
Good team and service at Slik Cut, Keep on keepin on.
29/08/2013 @ 8:07 am
Mary and John
We all had fantastic night at Chloe's last night.
08/08/2013 @ 9:12 am
Edward near Plymouth
Have Started using Marine Engineering Looe recently for engine check ups and general repairs and would be confident in reccommending them.
18/08/2011 @ 11:27 pm
Gaz Knockworth
To Paul and Tara..Huggins Marine is a good option,and Adrians comment is accurate,however Mashfords boatyard is also well worth considering.Their website is
www.mashfordsofcremyll.co.uk
17/08/2011 @ 4:09 pm
Paul and Tara
Thanks for that Adrian.
13/08/2011 @ 8:54 am
Adrian
Try Huggins Marine. Up at Carbeile Wharf. Very much a working enviroment....good facilities, and not too costly!
09/08/2011 @ 9:20 am
Paul and Tara
Coming into Plymouth end of August for repairs(prop and rudder) will probably antifoul at same time.Whats the best boatyard/marina to use,I would like to do most of the work myself and pay for the facilities(lift in and out electric parts etc).We are open to suggestions.
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Business Reviews (27)
20/08/2016 @ 5:55 pm
Swift Sails Ltd by Bob Miller
Swift Sails claim they will beat any price. They do....... but remember the maxim - "you get what you pay for".
29/07/2016 @ 12:35 pm
Just Be by Barry
Is there anywhere to moor a tender with outboard whilst visiting?
28/07/2016 @ 8:13 pm
The Village Restaurant by Barbara and Keith
Lovely evening spent here. Nice service and atmosphere topped off with lovely food.
22/07/2016 @ 12:06 pm
Suphas by Chris (Autumn Breeze)
Best Thai restaurant I have been to outside of Thailand.
06/07/2016 @ 3:05 pm
Just Be by Garry and Nicola
Lovely place, well worth crossing the bridge for
19/06/2016 @ 1:42 am
Weir Quay Boatyard by Adam Chadwick
Great boatyard. they leave you to get on with your work, or will lend a hand if needed
17/06/2016 @ 11:25 am
Suphas by Roger and crew
About time there is a Thai restaurant that tastes like it does in Thailand. Suphas does just this. Bravo.
11/06/2016 @ 3:58 pm
Suphas by Sarah and John Roberts
Stumbled across this place and the Hidden Olive on Harbourguides, both great places to eat. Having visited Thailand many times we find it difficult to find a restaurant that really represents the true taste of this beautiful country. Well Suphas does just this. The taste and the aroma of the food took us back thousands of miles away back to Asia.
Top class!
11/06/2016 @ 3:53 pm
The Hidden Olive by Sarah and John Roberts
What a pleasant surprise! Lovely host and we really enjoyed a relaxing afternoon here.
10/06/2016 @ 11:25 am
Just Be by Carl and Grace Butler
Just found this quaint little place on harbourguides and what a good find. Its something completely different and youcan watch all the sailing activities from the window.
Great place to relax and watch the world go round.
Great wines too.
22/03/2016 @ 10:54 am
The Eastern Eye Indian Restaurant by Debs and Tim
Had a great meal here recently. The owner is so interesting and nice. We will definitely be dining here again
Thanks
Debs x
22/03/2016 @ 10:50 am
Ganges and Gurkha Restaurant by Debby and Tim
Great food and great night..Will be back!
18/03/2016 @ 12:42 pm
The Hidden Olive by Steve
Great new addition to the restaurants in Plymouth. Well worth a visit, great food great atmosphere and great location.
24/02/2016 @ 10:16 am
The Eastern Eye Indian Restaurant by Mark Waterhouse and Family
Best Indian restaurant in the WORLD!! fantastic cant wait till next month.
24/02/2016 @ 10:07 am
The Eastern Eye Indian Restaurant by Mark Waterhouse and Family
Best Indian restaurant in the WORLD!! fantastic cant wait till next month.
25/01/2016 @ 12:25 pm
Davies Johnson Marine Solicitors by Harbourguides Crew
Marine Solicitors is now a new category on Blue Pages.
14/01/2016 @ 6:20 pm
The Fishermans Arms by Paul Davies
Loved sitting by the fire and knocking the froth off a few beers in this place. Great atmosphere and food. Give it a try
31/10/2015 @ 10:02 am
New Continental Hotel by Peter Jackson and crew
Stayed here a few years ago, and its just brought back memories of when we were waiting to crew on a delivery yacht going to the Med. I was surprised to learn that it is actually a family run hotel. A large one. Would deffinitely stay again.
29/10/2015 @ 1:15 pm
Dicky B Marine by Paul Smith
Dicky Bs is now owned by Peninsula Marine Services. They offer a great service.
26/10/2015 @ 6:11 pm
WahTin Restaurant by Greg and Sarah
Good delivery service
26/10/2015 @ 3:28 pm
The Minerva Inn by Paul
Have had a few great nights in here, and those are only the ones I remember. Great pub.
26/10/2015 @ 2:26 pm
Mombay Brasserie by Paul
Best Indian in Plymouth.
10/10/2015 @ 4:51 pm
Duke of Cornwall Hotel by Lisa veleham (was Entwistle)
Got engaged here a good few years ago. came to see my uncle on his boat but decided to stay in hotel rather than his boat and met my future husband. Just stumbled across your website and it has brought back a lot of happy memories.
Think we might return for our next anniversary.
xx
10/10/2015 @ 4:44 pm
The Ship Inn by Nirvana crew
Great time in this place with great hosts, Lisa and Charly. Will return next time we sail by.
12/04/2014 @ 5:09 pm
The Minerva Inn by Karen Cooke
This is a very friendly and historic pub situated about 5 minutes walk from the Barbican in Plymouth. It is only small and can get very busy at the weekend with live music. It has a friendly cosy atmosphere and there is a small rear room if you want to sit in a quieter spot.
There is a quiz on a Monday, Karaoke 1st Wednesday of the month and a jamming session on a Thursday.
My favourite is on a Sunday tea time when J D & Coke are on.
31/08/2013 @ 12:48 pm
BAL Marine Services by Mr and Mrs Farrington
Diagnosed the engine fault within minutes and we were back out to enjoy the sea that afternoon all fixed up. Thankyou again for a quality service. Already recommended through our marina. Best of luck for the future.
05/06/2013 @ 8:57 am
Marine Engineering Looe by Greg
Still the best Volvo Penta dealer around this area.
Been using them quite a few years now, no complaints.
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