Small, yet perfectly formed, Weymouth Marina is a summer holiday destination and a safe haven on a winter's cruise.
Portland Berth holder benefits
- Summer overnight visit £3.25 per metre
- Winter overnight visit £2.20 per metre
- Electricity, WiFi, showers all included
- Book your berth for peace of mind
- Stamp Album - collect six overnight visits and the seventh is free
- Discounts for rally groups
Once you're under the town bridge, you can relax at your own pace.
You don't need to book at Weymouth Marina, but call us in advance so we can hold a berth for you. If you're planning to visit during the Pommery Dorset Seafood Festival in July or Weymouth Carnival in August, we strong recommend booking in advance as these are popular events.
If your boat is 16m (53 feet) or longer it's probably a good idea to give us a call in advance so we can reserve a berth for you.
We're open from the first bridge lift in the morning to the last in the evening, so we can help you with your lines and any arrival or departure worries. Low boats can pass under the bridge (use the clearance height gauge to the side), but larger boats and yachts must wait for the two-hourly lift. On the seaward side there is a waiting pontoon (free) and a very handy pub to while away a wait.
Rallies and groups
We welcome group bookings from clubs and class associations, and groups of 8 or more boats get a 10% discount on overnight berthing. Groups do need to book so we can reserve suitable space in the marina – just call us and we'll put your date in the diary. We'll berth you all together so you're amongst friends, and we can give you ideas for local venues for group dinners, drinks or events.
“Once again we've had a great stay at the Marina. Facilities and staff as lovely as ever. We'll be back soon”
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