Details for Carrickfergus Marina

Carrickfergus Marina

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Average rating 4.5 stars from 2 reviews

Address 3 Quayside
Carrickfergus, Co Antrim BT38 8BJ

Phone+44 (0)28 9336 6666

After hours contact

Facility type

Marina - YES
Club - NO
Fuel - YES
Repair - NO
Municipal - YES
Other - NO

VHF channel

37 / 80


Email contact

Owner, manager

Carrickfergus Borough Council



Payments acceptedCredit cards - YES
Checks - YES

Payment info

Most major cards accepted, except American Express.

Payment discounts

Visitors benefit from their second night free if payment is made upon arrival.

Operation (seasonal or year-round)
Year round

Additional info:






Tide & current additional info


Approach: 2.3
Transient dockage: 2.3
Fuel dock: Unknown

Other depth info:

Dock typesWood - NO
Concrete - NO
Floating - YES
Fixed - NO
T/Alongside - NO
Other - NO

Additional info:

Size restrictionsLOA max: Unknown
Beam max: Unknown

Other info:


Transient: Unknown
Total: 316
Transient price: $2.70/ft (2017-05-30)

Other price info: Pay on arrival to receive the second night complimentary.


Transient: Unknown
Total: Unknown
Transient price: Unknown

Other price info:

AC power30 amp - YES
50 amp - NO
100 amp - NO

Additional info:

Pricing info:

Cable TV (and pricing)

Phone hookup (and pricing)


Water (and pricing)


Dinghy access

Liveaboard info

Yes - Only with express permission from the Council.


Fuel brand: Diesel available from the Boatyard within the Harbour basin

Gas priceUnknown

Other price info:

Diesel priceUnknown

Other price info: Phone boatyard on 028 9335 5884


Yes - Local filling stations stock blue gas tanks, within half mile walk, trolleys available.

Pets welcomeYes

Other pet info: Pets must be kept on a lead on the pontoons at all times.

Disability access

Yes - They host Belfast Lough Sailability, the local disabled sailing group, first of its kind in N Ireland.

Launch service


Pump out

Yes - Various nozzles are available at the reception, service available 24 hours.


Yes - Can be purchased from the local supermarket, 50m across the road.


Yes - Refuse collection and recycling facilities available on site.








Yes - There are shops and supermarkets within walking distance of the marina.


Yes - Local hardware store is 300m walk across in the town.


Yes - Over 10 restaurants available within a 5 minute walk. Everything from fast-food to fine dining, including pizza, Chinese, and Indian.


Yes - There are pubs within walking distance of the marina.

Hotels or motels

Yes - There are hotels within walking distance of the marina.

Repair capabilities

Yes - Boatyard on site, based at the Marine Services Area of the Harbour.

Haul out capabilities

Yes - 40 tonnes.

Storage facilities

Yes - Hardstanding available via the Boatyard at the Marine Services Area or for club members at Carrickfergus Sailing Club's dinghy park.

Fishing supplies

Yes - Bait and permits areavailable in the town.

Chartering capabilities

Yes - Call into the Marina Reception for up-to-date information.

Internet access

Yes - WiFi

Boat ramp availability



Yes - A short train or bus ride connects to Belfast City Centre and beyond.

Other services

There is a post office and several banks within walking distance of the marina (less than 5 minutes walk).


Providing a safe and secure haven right in the heart of historic Carrrickfergus. Nearby Carrickfergus Castle, built in the 12th Century by the Normans and augmented by countless generations, is a major visitor attraction.

Carrickfergus is also home to Flame Gasworks, Ireland's last surviving coal gasworks, one of three left in the British Isles.

Carrickfergus Museum & Civic Centre is another gem. Housing materials from the Council's own civic collection together with related materials on loan from private and national collections alongside several 'hands on' interactive facilities gives a fun as well as informative angle to the displays.

A short 5 minute drive will take you to visit the Andrew Jackson Cottage and US Rangers Centre at Boneybefore. The cottage highlights Carrickfergus' strong American and Ulster-Scots connections as well as telling the story of Andrew Jackson, 7th president of the USA, whose parents emigrated to America from Carrickfergus in 1765.

St Nicholas' Church, built in 1182, with the famed crooked aisle is also worth a visit.

Reviews for Carrickfergus Marina
Excellent Marina, 2015-11-17
Captain: , Conwy, N. Wales (14508)

Carrickfergus is a good quality, large marina with very good facilities and friendly staff. They provide an informative and professional welcome pack.

The pub on the marina waterfront was fine with a large outside eating and drinking area and served food which looked ok (though we didn't eat there).

The town is quite limited, we were looking around for somewhere to eat but there's not much to it and we didn't see anywhere interesting.

If you've got some spare time and are interested in Irish and Scottish history then the castle is well worth a visit.

A Marina at the heart of nautical and military history in Ireland, 2013-12-07
Captain: , Carrickfergus (11)

Providing a safe and secure haven right in the heart of historic Carrickfergus close to the intact Norman Castle. Hotels, pubs, shops, supermarkets, post offices all within walking distance of the Marina. Visited and occupied over the years by Danes, Normans, Elizabethans, William of Orange, the French Navy and Army, Paul Jones founder of the American Continental Navy and most recently the birth place of the WW2 version of the US Army Rangers. A 5 Gold Anchor standard Marina, it is currently being dredged to maintain access and berths at all tide states. Carrickfergus Sailing Club nearby welcomes all visitors.

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