Marinas & Ports
The Port of Plymouth is operated by the Ministry of Defense, the majority of the traffic in the port is either military or military support; the port serves the biggest naval base in western Europe, with base ported vessels including nuclear submarines and large warships, and a large number of visiting ships receiving Operational Sea Training.
There are three statutory Harbours, ABP Millbay, Sutton Harbour Authority and Cattewater Harbour Commissioners that operate within the Dockyard Port.
Millbay docks sees in daily Brittany Ferries from France and Spain. Located near the city centre, means it easily accessible to accommodation and places to eat.
Cattewater sees Devon and Cornwall’s fuel, as well as many other cargoes, being moved.
Sutton Harbour is the oldest Harbour and is from where most of the explorers sailed and is now the statutory harbour company that manages harbour activities.
There are 5 Marina's in Plymouth. A great place to berth your boat whilst visiting and all in close proximity to the City Centre.
- The Marina at Sutton Harbour
- King Point Marina
- Queen Anne’s Battery
- Plymouth Yacht Haven
- Mayflower Marina