Belfast Harbour's leisure craft facilities are situated at the head of Belfast Lough within a 10 minute walk of the City centre.
The 45 berth marina is located in the heart of Belfast's Titanic Quarter and was installed to host the Belfast Tall Ships Festival in August 2009. The facility has 425m of pontoons available and is dredged to a depth of 4m.
The marina can handle vessels up to 25m LOA, maximum draught of 4.0m. Vessels greater than 15m LOA should contact Port Operations prior to arrival.
Approximately 17 berths are dedicated to Long Term Berthing (North side of Pier C, including Finger piers). A further 17 are also available for ‘Winter Berthing’ from October to end of March (Pier B and South side of Pier C ). Application forms for Long Term Berthing, including Winter Berthing, can be downloaded from here, which should be completed and submitted along with your boat’s Insurance Certificate to firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration.
Visitor berthing is allocated on a ‘first come- first served’ basis. Except where otherwise directed by BHC Harbour Master, rafting is not permitted unless both rafting boats are in agreement; full fees are payable regardless of whether rafting or not.
As the Marina is located in a residential area, marina users are required to mitigate noise and disturbances in the hours of darkness.
Residing on board is permissible only with Harbour Master or Marina Supervisor approval and generally not for more than 5 nights.
At all times, use of the Marina’s facilities, including allocation and usage of berths, is at the discretion and direction if necessary of the BHC Harbour Master. Marina users are required to abide by the Belfast Harbour Operating Rules when within Belfast Harbour.
Car parking is available in the vicinity of the Marina, but is under the control of the Odyssey Trust.
Any enquiries regarding berth availability or marina usage should be made to the Port Operations Centre by emailing email@example.com or by telephoning 02890 553506.
Payment upon arrival
Credit/Debit Card payment must be made on arrival at one of the ticket machines situated on the main pontoon at the base of the entrance bridge.
Visitors must retain the receipt issued as it contains important security access information. Further information is available on the notice board at the pay station.
Car parking is charged by the Odyssey Trust.
All boats are required to display evidence of payment, such that it can be easily inspected by Marina Supervision from the Pontoon.
Access is gained by a Security Access code which can be found on the ticket issued by the pay station.
For more information on boating in Northern Ireland, please visit www.ryani.org.uk.