Troon Family On RIB Bow 2

Arriving by sea?

Troon is well-protected from prevailing winds by large harbour walls on all sides.

Troon Aerial

Arriving by road?

Well connected by road, rail and air, Troon is an easily accessible marina with ample free parking

Troon Yacht Haven Map 2020

Marina Map

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 the marina on VHF Channel 37 or 80 calling 'Troon Yacht Haven' for berthing assistance.

Accessible

Sheltered

Deep waters

The outer harbour entrance is marked to the west by a White lighthouse (Occ. Wg 6s) and to the east by a flashing red light (F1 R 10s). Once within the sheltered harbour walls, the marina entrance within the harbour is marked by a lit starboard hand buoy. Minimum depth below Chart Datum is 2.4m with several areas having deep water berths with 3m below CD. Access to the marina is available at all states of tide.

Arriving at Troon for the first time?

Watch our helpful guide to entering the Marina.

Cruising distance from Troon
Lamlash, Isle of Arran 15 n.m.
Largs Yacht Haven 20 n.m.
Millport, Isle of Cumbrae 20 n.m.
Rothesay, Isle of Bute 25 n.m.
Tarbert 35 n.m.
Cambeltown Loch 38 n.m.

By Land

Troon Yacht Haven, The Harbour, Troon, Ayrshire, KA10 6DJ

Troon is well connected by road, rail and air links. Perfect for visitors both nearby and further afield.

By road

Troon is connected to Glasgow through the A70, M74 and M8. Use postcode: KA10 6DJ. You'll find ample free parking on-site.

By rail

Troon train station is a 15 minute walk away with an hourly, direct train service to Glasgow taking 50 minutes.

By air

Glasgow Airport is just 45 minutes away with daily flights to London, Ireland and Europe.