Arriving by sea?
The Quay pontoons are accessible at all states of the tide and free of hazards.
Arriving by road?
You'll find ample free parking on-site with easy connections to main A39 and M5.
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
Our Dry Stack service is operational 7 days a week, with boat lifting for yachts available Monday to Friday.
|The approach to the Quay is straightforward and navigable at all states of the tide. Plymouth Sound can be entered via the Western or Eastern channels which are well lit and buoyed with no real hazards.||Head for the Royal Corinthian Yacht Club situated on Plymouth Hoe. Once the Mount Batten breakwater is passed to starboard, follow the Cattewater channel past the Yacht Haven and Turnchapel Wharf.||The Quay is on the eastern riverbank - just look for the Dry Stack building dominating the skyline! There is not less than 3.7 metres of depth at MLWS.|
Cruising distance from Plymouth
|Newton Ferrers||6 n.m.|
|Burgh Island||15 n.m.|
Directions By Land
Yacht Haven Quay, Breakwater Road, Plymouth, Devon PL9 7FE
Plymouth is well connected by road and you'll find ample free parking on-site.
From the main A38 at Marsh Mills, follow the main roads over Laira Bridge to the Morrisons roundabout and onto Breakwater Road. Use postcode: PL9 7FE. You'll find ample free parking on-site.
Plymouth train station has hourly services to Truro, Penzance, Exeter, Bristol and London.
Exeter airport is 1 hour away with daily flights to the Isles of Scilly, Scotland, Ireland and mainland Europe.