Location

There's no excuse for lubberly behaviour in Portsmouth Harbour, so look shipshape and get yourself out and about.

Portland Berth holder benefits

  • See historic ships HMS Victory, Mary Rose and HMS Warrior
  • Learn about the history of submarines
  • Explore Henry VIII's fortifications
  • Shop till you drop in Gunwharf Quays
  • Find unexpected nature reserves and quiet spaces
  • Enjoy a pint in a traditional English pub
  • Swim from the beach at Stokes Bay
  • Try the big dipper at Clarence Pier

Local Area

Nestled in Haslar Creek, Haslar Marina is close to all of the city and historic attractions of Portsmouth and Gosport, but tranquil walks and quiet beaches are only a bike or bus ride away. 

Portsmouth Harbour is the home of the Royal Navy, reminders of which are everywhere, from new Type 45 Destroyers and HMS Victory to grand buildings and matelots' pubs.

A grassy path alongside the water Southsea Common looking towards old Portsmouth and Gosport with Haslar Marina just in view

Southsea common

The Millennium Walk in Gosport creates a pedestrian esplanade from the museums to the marina via the town and ferry

Millennium Walk, Gosport

Things to do ashore

If you need to stretch your legs or tire-out kids and dogs, then walk west (or take the bus) to the shingle beach at Stokes Bay, or cross the harbour to race around on Southsea Common. Just inland of Stokes Bay is Alver Valley Country Park, a haven for wildlife, and further west along the coast is Titchfield Haven nature reserve. Dogs are allowed in Alver Valley, but not Titchfield Haven.

The 3km waterfront trail passes the marina, linking the Submarine Museum to Priddy's Hard and the Explosion! Museum. Cross the water to Portsmouth for the Historic Dockyard, home to the Mary Rose, HMS Warrior and HMS Victory.

Old Portsmouth has beautiful buildings and interesting pubs, and you can walk along the fortifications towards Henry VIII's Southsea Castle. If history is all a bit much, then a trip 100m up the Spinnaker Tower should cure you!

Across the calm water from Haslar Marina, Old Portsmouth, Camber Dock, Spice Island, the Round Tower and fortified walls.

Old Portsmouth

A wooden bridge leads across the moat to the gate house at Portchester Castle in Portsmouth Harbour

Porchester Castle

Things to do by boat

Being a busy harbour, it is sometimes best to leave your boat in the marina and use the professionals. Take a harbour tour to view the naval ships, or use the waterbus that connects the Historic Dockyard, Explosion! Museum and the Submarine Museum.

In windy weather, Portsmouth Harbour provides sheltered water to potter about – you'll often see man-overboard practice taking place in Porchester Lake.

“We’ve kept our boat at Haslar Marina for more than ten years. Throughout our time, we’ve found the marina staff unwaveringly helpful, responsive and accommodating. In recent years, facility maintenance and improvement has continued apace. Unlike many marinas, you can get decent WiFi too!!”

Paul Norris, Aqua Vitae

A high angle shot shows Haslar Marina full of sailing yachts, then, beyond Gosport, the waters of the Solent and the coast of the Isle of Wight in the distance

The Marina

We have 685 berths for power and sail, two on-site restaurants, marine services, boat lift, free parking and more.

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A mother and father moor their sailing yacht to a pontoon at Haslar Marina while their sons wait aboard the boat

Annual Berthing

Boaters from across the country love Haslar for convenient transport links and a quick sail-away.

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Boaters enjoy a drink on the deck of the Lightship at Trinity's restaurant overlooking Portsmouth Harbour towards Gunwharf Quays and Spinnaker Tower

Visiting Us

Visit historic ships and modern shops, or watch the harbour go by from our lightship bar.

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