02820 768525


Ballycastle, BT54 6BT

Ballycastle Marina: Ballycastle Marina is strategically situated just a few miles west of Fair Head and is a convenient arrival point from Scotland whether headed west or south. The marina is very sheltered, and just a few minutes walk from the town.
The seaside town is famous for its Old Lammas Fair, which has been held at the end of August each year for over 400 years. Marconi conducted some of his earliest experiments in radio transmission between Rathlin and Ballycastle in 1898. The town is an excellent centre for exploring Fair Head to the east, and the Causeway Coast to the west. It has a good range of shops, pubs,restaurants, and bus connections.

Ballycastle Marina
Harbour Master: John Morton
Tel: 028 2076 8525 Mobile: 07803 505084

Ballycastle Marina
Click on the image for an interactive Navionics chart of the approaches to Ballycastle Marina

Marina group: Causeway Coast & Glens Borough Council
Berth depth (MLWS): 2.4m
Approach depth (MLWS): 2.8m
Access restrictions:
VHF channel(s): 80
Toilets: Y
Showers: Y
Laundry: Y
WiFi: Y
Diesel: Y
Petrol: <
Gas: <
Lift-out: N/A
Chandlery: N
Café/Restaurant: Y
Shop: Y
TYHA member: N/A
TransEurope member: N
Number of berths: 74
Average price per metre: £2.50
Discounts available: N
Harbour dues included: Y
Water: Y
Power: Y
Parking per day: Not known