Troon Yacht Haven is one of the most accessible marinas in the country and getting here by any means is easy.
- By Car - The postcode for Sat Nav users is KA10 6DJ / Google maps. From the South (M6) Take the M74 to junction 12, then the A70 (Ayr) to Sandyford Toll roundabout. Join the A7 following signs for Troon. Alternatively continue on the M74/A74 until the M8, then follow directions as below for Glasgow. From Glasgow (M8) Exit M8 (Westbound) at junction 22 onto M77 (Kilmarnock). Continue M77/A77 to roundabout, take 3rd exit (A78) and follow signs to Troon Harbour.
- By Rail - From Glasgow take the train to Ayr and alight at Troon, the station is a 10-15 minute walk from the marina, and there is a taxi rank on the Southbound platform.
- By Air - Glasgow Prestwick Airport is only 10 minutes taxi ride away from Troon Yacht Haven, and Glasgow International Airport is 30 minutes by train from Troon.
- By Ferry - P&O Fast Ferry service twice daily to Troon from Larne.
Approaches & Navigational Information
- Waypoint: 55 33.20N 04 42.00W
- 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).
- The marina entrance within the harbour is marked by a lit starboard hand buoy.
- Access is available at all states of the tide (-2.4CD).
Download the marina map
Charts and Pilots
- The relevant Admiralty Charts for the area are 1866, 2220; Imray C63.
- Copies of various pilot books are available in reception for reference, and may also be purchased from the chandlery.
Weather & Tidal Information
- Take a look at our up-to-date weather & tidal forecasts for the local area.
- High Water times are displayed at the marina bridgehead with local weather information. Weather forecast and tidetables are available from the marina office.
- +0500 Dover; duration 0630.
- Standard Port GREENOCK
There is a ferry terminal in Troon Harbour, and care should be taken to avoid ferries during docking operations. All commercial ship movements are announced on VHF channels 16, 14 and 80, yachts are encouraged to contact the harbour master on channel 14 when entering or leaving the harbour. A flashing amber light at the Seacat berth signals imminent departures/arrivals.