The location of Aberystwyth Marina, in a historic university town, ensures there are a range of cultural, active and educational activities within close proximity to the marina for berth holders to benefit from, as well as enjoying the beautiful blue waters of West Wales.
- Watch the dolphins in Cardigan Bay
- Easy reach of Pembrokeshire coastline with its coastal National Park
- The Medina at the Marina bistro opening summer 2022
- A days sail from Porthmadog, Pwllhelli and the Llyn Peninsula
- Good staging point for visiting Ireland or the Isle of Man
HOME! A place we call home. We had our boat here for just over 3 months during what has been the most difficult year in the world due to covid 19. We LOVE Aberystwyth marina, the facilities here are 5* we had electric hookup to our boat where we spent as many nights as we could during the pandemic.
Molly Law - Google Review
Aberystwyth marina is a clean well run marina with excellent facilities, thank you to the team for being very accommodating, friendly and helpful.
Peter Mundy - Google Review
5 Star facilities and service for the fishing boats, very clean and modern. Marina spotless and very safe to lay in. The team went above their call of duty to help us out with some breakdowns, very happy friendly helpful guy. Would definitely recommend a visit, a real home from home.
Bobby McBride - Google Review
GREAT marina with GREAT guys running it. Special thanks to Jon, Di & Mike for all your help!!
Jonny L - Google Review
We were possibly interested in buying a boat and I have to report the courtesy and assistance given by the marina manager, was absolutely exceptional. Every best wish and many thanks.
David Lonsdale - Google Review
Clean, tidy and full of a mix of working and leisure craft. Easy access on the edge of town.
Liz Molyneux - Google Review
The Marina Manager could not have been more friendly or helpful.
Jeff Cassapi - Google Review
The marina facilities were absolutely brilliant, in-fact, fantastic. The showers were really powerful hot and very very clean. The staff were extremely helpful with whatever we needed or wanted. Would definitely 100% recommend it to anyone .
Ian Taylor - Google Review
Spent 2 hours with the marina manager, having a full tour of all facilities with a view to getting a berth. First impressions very good, it is obvious that the management are very enthusiastic and it is clear that money is being invested in the facilities. Routine dredging had just started, all the wooden walkways were clean and algae free. Water and electric available to berth holders. 3 separate shower rooms each have a toilet, shower and wash basin and all very clean, one of which is a family/disabled room. A washing machine and tumble drier are also provided at a cost. There are further plans to open a Bistro/bar with a patio and views over the marina in the near future.
Martyn J - Trip Advisor
Nice Marina with an amazing view of Cardigan bay.
Jan Sarnowski - Google Review
We have a boat here, only started a year ago and absolutely love it here. Such a fabulous atmosphere and lovely people xx
Alison Duckhouse - Facebook Review
Kept my little yacht there for past 5 years. Staff and facilities first class and a great location handy for the town.
Steve - Trip Advisor
Really helpful, well worth the trip. I phoned first and was given all the help I needed to enter the marina and get the most out of my stay. Hope to return.
Frank P - Trip Advisor
SUPER EXPERIENCE ON ALL OCCASIONS.
Having been a visitor at the Marina for several years, we are ALWAYS WELCOMED WITH A SMILE and HELPFULNESS. The staff are professional and friendly. A marvellous place to visit. Good facilities. Very accommodating. Eateries at the town to suit ALL needs. We always look forward to our next visit. The manager runs a tight ship of crew and the Marina has increased in it’s success. If you have not been there, you must try it, The website gives you navigation info and more. MUST TRY.
“Sea Otter”, Pwllheli.
Ruth J - Trip Advisor
A warm and friendly welcome awaits you here. A few boats visited 14.8.20 from Pwlheli. Both sailing and power. A Huge welcome awaited us from the staff. Excellent facilities bathrooms kept very clean. A pretty harbour surrounded by apartments and a fishing industry where you can purchase fresh fish lobster and dressed crab. Excellent town Marks and Spencer and Tesco in easy reach. Social distancing adhered to in shops with streets in the town closed to give extra pedestrian space. Thank You for a wonderful stay and for making us feel so welcome. See you again soon
Carol P - Trip Advisor
What Makes Aberystwyth So Special
The waterfront at the marina
After a successful pop-up over the summer, Medina at the Marina will soon be a permanent waterfront feature, bringing all her eatery delights to Harbour House.
From the town’s picturesque promenade, explore Constitution Hill, which has the longest electrical powered Funicular Railway in the UK. Experience the 52 mile Ceredigion Coastal Path which passes through the marina or the 21 mile Ystwyth Trail which offers some fantastic panoramic views of the Ceredigion countryside. There is so much to explore.
Home to the oldest of the Welsh universities founded in 1872, 10,000 students a year almost double the population of the town during term-time. The location of the National Library of Wales, established in 1911 and the Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Wales’ largest arts centre, there is no lack of cultural interest. Don’t forget a wide range of bars and restaurants in the town centre.
Berth Holder Facilities
- Free onsite parking for berth holders
- Brand standard washroom facilities
- Laundry facilities
- Rubbish disposal and recycling facilities
- Electricity to berths
- Fresh water to berths
- Dedicated marina office
- Free WiFi access
Marine Services Available
- Hull washing
- Engine servicing and repair
- Electrical installations, fault finding and repair
We offer a range of flexible berthing options with new berth holders welcomed all year round.
Vessels up to 5 metres £2,070
Vessels up to 7 metres £2,625
Vessels up to 9 metres £3,190
Vessels up to 11 metres £3,835
Vessels up to 14 metres £4,470
Hammerhead & Elbow £5,075
- Flexible payment options. Pay in advance or monthly by direct debit (10% surcharge applies)
- Free hard storage for up to 8 weeks (subject to availablity)
£3.20/metre per night
£20 Day visit
£130 Annual slipway pass (unlimited use)
£18 Day slipway pass
Special small boat offer (April to September)
Vessels up to 5metres £1,550
- Flexible and competitively priced summer berthing
- Available between 1st April to 30th September
- Monthly and weekly rates
- Enjoy your summer afloat in Aberystwyth
- Try a different cruising ground from Cardigan Bay
- Stay longer and save on our daily visitor rates
- Flexible and competitively priced winter berthing
- Marina berths and hard storage available
- Available between 1st October to 31st March
- Monthly and weekly rates
- Boatyard services available
- Book in your winter maintenance
Short Term Trailer Storage
Per day £15
Per week £80
- Short term trailer storage solution
On Arrival at Aberystwyth Marina
All new boats must report to the Marina Office on arrival to complete a mooring contract. Boat owners need a copy of their fully comprehensive insurance documents. If you require a competitive quote for marine insurance contact Bay Marine Insurance.
Marina Office Opening Times ~ 01970 611422
For more information or to view our facilities please visit our marina office where our staff will be happy to help.
Monday - Friday
9am - 5pm
10am - 2pm
Sundays and Bank Holidays