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Portaferry Marina

Lifeboat Station, The Strand, Newtownards, Co Down, BT22 1PF
Portaferry Marina

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Portaferry Marina is situated on the east shore of The Narrows, the gateway to Strangford Lough, a marine nature reserve of unparalleled beauty, it is a good starting point on which to explore the Lough, and on-shore activities.The marina has 15 visitor berths, on site water and electricity, and 2.5mtrs L.A.T. Additional launching and berth facilities are available at Cook Street Jetty
Berths for up to 50 boats, 15 visitor berths, on site water and electricity.

Facilities

Establishment Features

  • Showers
  • Toilets

Guide Prices

£2 per metre per night.

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Opening Times

* April - October

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Road Directions

Directions from Town:
Follow A20 road from Newtownards. Local bus connections to Belfast. Nearest airport: Belfast city airport 30 km.

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