Arriving by sea?
The marina is accessible at all states of the tide and free of hazards.
Arriving by road?
Largs is well connected by road and less than an hour from Glasgow.
Whether you're berthing for the first time, or you need a reminder of where everything is located, download a copy of our marina map to help guide you around the site.
Approaching By Sea
Call 'Largs Yacht Haven' on VHF Channel 80 for berthing assistance.
|Accessible at all states of the tide. The approach to the marina is via the Largs Channel and is free of hazards. Navigation lights mark the port and starboard breakwaters (occulting 10 secs).||Well-protected by the adjacent Cumbrae Islands and the islands to the west. You can arrive whatever the weather as no significant swell develops in the Largs Channel.||Minimum depth below Chart Datum is 2.5m with several areas having deep water berths with 3m below CD. The deepwater approaches to the entrance are marked with a lit safe water mark (L.Fl.10s)|
Arriving at Largs for the first time?
Watch our helpful guide to entering the Marina.
Cruising distance from Largs
|Millport, Isle of Cumbrae||4 n.m.|
|Rothesay, Isle of Bute||6 n.m.|
|Colintraive, Kyles of Bute||14 n.m.|
|Brodick, Isle of Arran||16 n.m.|
|Troon Yacht Haven||20 n.m.|
|Tarbert, Loch Fyne||22 n.m.|
|Ardrishaig (Crinan Canal)||32 n.m.|
Directions By Land
Largs Yacht Haven, Irvine Road, Largs, Ayrshire, KA30 8EZ
Largs is well connected by road, rail and air links. Perfect for visitors both nearby and further afield.
Connected by the A737 to the M8, Glasgow and M74 to England. Use postcode: KA30 8EZ.
Largs train station is 2 miles away. The service to Glasgow runs every hour, taking 50 minutes.
Glasgow Airport is 35 minutes away with daily flights to London, Ireland and Europe.