Offering year-round cruising in the sheltered Menai Straits, the picturesque grade II listed marina is ideally placed to help berth-holders explore and discover the beauty of north Wales.
- Safe and secure moorings
- Sheltered marina in picturesque setting
- Fully watered dock berths to swinging moorings
- A range of local services including hairdresser, beauty salon and physio
- Excellent cruising in local area
- Beautiful local area with many other activities
- The fabulous La Marina restaurant and Swellies café
Sheltered Harbour, good facilities and super friendly dock and office staff. Great location in the Menai Straits.
Ricky Chalmers - Google Review
A very picturesque place to stay. Lock staff very efficient.
Ann Chrome - Google Review
Pretty little marina away from the main road. Nice spot to take a walk. Easy to park up.
Alison T - Google Review
We love port dinorwic marina, everyone is so friendly and the water and area is great and facilities on site, with breakfast available. Amazing little place we have our boat here and we won’t be leaving, we love it here x
Cheryl Boulton Icapg - Facebook Review
Great marina, lots of interest for the visitor. A really great cafe..."The Swellies" is situated on the harbour side serving great coffee and snacks. Lots of boaty things going on for the visitor to see. Everyone was so friendly and welcoming.
Allan James - Google Review
Beautiful tucked away marina with lovely views.
Loraine Dowle - Google Review
What makes Port Dinorwic so special
Sailing from Port Dinorwic
There are quiet anchorage spots just a stones throw away in Rowen Bay or Abermenai Point for a night or two, or for venturing further afield, Conwy, Holyhead, Porth Dinllaen, Abersoch and Pwhelli are all within easy reach. The more adventurous the Isle of Man and Ireland are within a day’s sailing.
Other activities in the area
Hailed the ‘Adventure Capital of Europe’, north Wales has a wide range of activities on offer.
The development of the dock system and associated buildings began in 1763 when the Assheton-Smith family built a small quay on a marshy inlet to ship the slate from Dinorwic quarries, the world’s second largest slate quarry.
Berth Holder Facilities
- Free parking for berth holders
- Brand standard washroom facilities
- Laundry facilities
- Rubbish disposal and recycling facilities
- Electricity to berths with prepay cards
- Fresh water to berths
- Dedicated marina office
- Diesel berth
Marine services available
- Hull washing
- Engine servicing
We offer a range of flexible berthing options with new berth holders welcomed all year round.
£350/meter in advance
up to 6 meters £1,617/annum
between 6 and 7 meters £278.50/meter
over 6 meters £236.50/meter
up to 6 meters £1,412.50/annum
- Flexible payment options. Pay in advance or monthly by direct debit (10% surcharge applies)
12 tonne £1,900
15 tonne £2,200
Summer mooring and 6 months winter storage
Hard standing monthly £19.50/meter
Trailer/Kayak/Canoe storage £11.50/week
Take advantage of your boat being ashore and book in your boat maintenance and engine servicing with us.
On arrival at Port Dinorwic 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 ~ 01248 671500/01248 670176
For more information or to view our facilities please visit our marina office where our staff will be happy to help.
Marina Office (Administration)
Monday - Friday
8.30am - 4.30pm
Saturday & Sunday
Lock Office & Marina Operatives On Duty - Summer
7 Days A Week
8am - 8pm
Lock Office & Marina Operatives On Duty - Winter
7 Days A Week
8am - 6pm
Sea Lock Dock Master On Duty
7 Days A Week
Day & Night - High Water +/- 2 Hours