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about

  • Marina office
  • Washrooms, laundry
  • Recycling
  • Pump out
  • Fuel
  • Dry dock, Boat hoists
  • Chandlery, boat sales, Sea School, gallery and café
  • Boat care, Marine Power
  • Skindeep Diving divers’ air station
  • Summer-only visitors’ office
  • Public slipway
  • Weymouth to Portland ferry(operational inthe summer)

Visitor Benefits

  • Free WiFi, electricity, water and showers
  • Spacious washroom and laundry facilities
  • Watch the world go by in the Mess Deck café and The Boat That Rocks bar and restaurant
  • School boats and rallies welcome
  • 24/7 berthing assistance
  • Catch the summer ferry to Weymouth or walk the Rodwell Trail
  • The supermarket is just a few minutes walk away
  • The bus to Portland Bill and Weymouth runs every 20 minutes from Victoria Square
  • Portland Harbour dues included in your visitor berthing fees

Rigging and spars at Portland

We offer rigging and spars work through our service partners, AG Rigging and Apollo Marine. They can replace or repair spars, standing and running rigging and repair or replace masthead electronics. Speak to Lee Meachim, our boatcare Manager, to discuss your requirements and organise a quote. Alternatively, fill in our boatcare quote form here.

Storage ashore at Portland

Whether you’re lifting out for your annual spruce up, a major refurbishment or simply long-term storage, we’ve got plenty of yard space and either a cradle or blocks and stands depending on the type of boat. Annual berth holders get up to 6 weeks free storage ashore.

Sails and covers at Portland

Moatt Sails have got you covered for all your canvas needs (pun intended!). You’ll often see Steve and his team peddling about the marina on their bespoke trike picking up or dropping off sails, cushions and covers –

Visit Moatt Sails 

Lifting and yard services at Portland

We can lift boats up to 22m long and 5.5m wide. Our fully serviced yard has everything you need to get your boat shipshape with a dedicated blast bay and mast storage rack as well as with electricity and water throughout.

  • Max LOA(m)25
  • Max draft(m)
  • Travelift(t)
  • Berths300

what to see

The Boat That Rocks Bar & Restaurant

In a great location right on the marina waterfront, The Boat That Rocks is the perfect place to watch the world go by whilst you enjoy a leisurely lunch or romantic dinner. Their menu caters for everyone with a great selection of vegan and Gluten Free options. Visit The Boat That Rocks.

Taylor’s Mess Deck Café & Gallery

For a top notch breakfast, lunch or just cake and coffee, you can’t beat the Mess Deck café. Their Gluten Free brownie is divine! Service comes with a smile and a dog biscuit for your furry friend. They also do bespoke evening events, so keep an eye on their Facebook page.  Visit Taylor’s Mess Deck Café & Gallery on Facebook.

Taylor’s Mess Deck Café & Gallery

For a top notch breakfast, lunch or just cake and coffee, you can’t beat the Mess Deck café. Their Gluten Free brownie is divine! Service comes with a smile and a dog biscuit for your furry friend. They also do bespoke evening events, so keep an eye on their Facebook page.  Visit Taylor’s Mess Deck Café & Gallery on Facebook.

Billy Winters Beach Bar & Diner

Looking out over Portland Harbour, Billy Winters is a chilled-out surf shack style bar and diner serving locally sourced food and own-crafted drinks. Named after the winter-caught prawns from the Fleet, they’ve even got their own gin! A great spot for watching the windsurfers and kitesurfers show off their tricks.  Visit Billy Winters Beach Bar & Diner.

Crab House Café

Don’t be fooled by the word café, this is a seafood lovers heaven and a real gourmet experience serving home grown oysters and their famous locally caught crab, along with other delicious seafood. All paired perfectly with carefully chosen wines and own-brewed craft beers and served in an idyllic setting.  Visit the Crab House Café.

Tasty takeaway’s, charming cafés & proper pubs

There's an abundance of eateries on Portland with a variety of cafés, pubs and takeaways offering dining options for all tastes and budgets. Within walking distance of the marina we have Chesil Chippie, The Cove House Inn, The Little Ship and Balti Island. Ask the marina team for their favourites.

See the sea differently with Adventure4All

For a new perspective afloat, jump on a paddle board or kayak and go wherever your paddle takes you. Find your zen with SUP yoga or ramp your adrenaline levels up a notch with coasteering at Portland Bill all under the expert tuition of Adventure4All. Visit Adventure4All.

Portland Yacht Club

We all have one thing in common at Portland Yacht Club – We love having fun afloat! That’s the only pre-requisite for becoming a member. We’re a sociable bunch who enjoy nothing more than sharing our stories over a glass of something chilled, so come and join us! Visit Portland Yacht Club.

Get underwater at Portland Marina

Darling it’s better, down where it’s wetter! We’re blessed with crystal clear waters at Portland and an abundance of coves and wrecks to explore; perfect for beginner and experienced divers alike.

Fishing fun at Portland Marina

As Danny the dolphin will tell you, Portland has the tastiest fish around and you don’t need to own a boat to bob about on the high seas with your hook over the side. Join our fishing charter boats for a day with top notch kit and expert tuition.

Moonfleet Adventure Sailing

Take to the high seas aboard Moonfleet, Portland Marina’s very own tall ship and enjoy a swashbuckling adventure. Or just sit back and relax and let the crew do all the hard work whilst you take in the magnificent views of Portland Bill and Durdle Door. Visit Moonfleet Adventure Sailing.

pilot Information

Follow the recommended channel from the north entrance marked with red buoys and a safe water mark.

Navigational Safety

Portland Harbour has three entrances to the Inner Harbour, North Ship Channel, East Ship Channel, and South Ship Channel.

South Ship Channel is blocked by a wire running across the entrance and the wreck of the HMS Hood also lies on the bottom so it is only accessible by very small vessels.

East Ship Channel is the main commercial vessel entrance. 95% of all large commercial vessel traffic to the Inner Harbour will transit through this entrance. All vessels are requested to call 'Portland Harbour Radio' on VHF Ch74 before transiting this entrance to check for trafffic information.

North Ship Channel is the main leisure traffic entrance to the harbour but occasionally this may be used for large commercial vessels.

Recreational users of the harbour are advised to keep clear of these entrances unless transiting through.

When a large commercial vessel (above 50m) is transiting either North Ship Channel or East Ship Channel, traffic lights in the form of three vertical lights will be lit on the entrance being used to indicate the direction of travel of the commercial vessel. When the traffic lights are active the commercial vessel has right of way through the entrance. 

AVOID CROSSING THE BOWS OF ON-COMING COMMERCIAL TRAFFIC.

Large Vessels, in particular container ships with deck cargo and car carriers have restricted visibilty for quite a distance ahead, you may be able to see them but can they see you?

Once large commercial vessels have passed a certain point approaching the entrances they are extremely restricted in their ability to stop or deviate from their course to avoid anything in the way. Most recreational sailors take pride in the responsible way they conduct themselves, part of this is the realisation that hindering the passage of a large commercial vessel is dangerous for themselves, their crew, and the ship itself.

Recreational users of the harbour are requested to remind themselves of and observe, the Collision Regulations (COLREGS), Portland Harbour Byelaws, General Directions, and Local Notice to Mariners.

Some useful links are below

https://www.portland-port.co.uk/Leisure+Nav
https://www.nci-portlandbill.org/
https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/lulworth-firing-notice

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