About Inverness Marina
INVERNESS MARINA is a 150 berth marina which was opened in Spring 2009 by Dame Ellen MacArthur. It is situated in a very sheltered position in the Moray Firth close to the Eastern entrance of the Caledonian Canal. It is accessible at all states of the tide with a minimum depth of 3.0m LAT.
All berths have electricity, water and free WiFi. Diesel is available on site. We have a 75 ton travel hoist and crane for masting. A new service building with marina office, toilets, showers, crew room, training room and laundry facilities opened in spring 2013. During the winter of 2012 we extended the storage ashore facilities and can store many more boats than previously.
Inverness Marina is only 1mile from the city centre of Inverness where there are many fine restaurants and shops. Inverness airport is only 15 minutes by taxi or bus and the railway and bus stations are only 1 mile away from the marina. Inverness is a modern city and the hub of a transport network leading to and from all parts of the Highlands and the rest of the UK.
Inverness is one of Scotland’s most sheltered natural harbours and sits in a picturesque location. As you exit or enter the marina, look out for pods of resident dolphins throughout the Moray Firth.
The West Coast, Orkney, Shetland and Scandinavia are all accessible from our base in the Moray Firth.
Inverness Marina participates in the Yacht Harbour Association’s Gold Anchor Award Scheme, which rates marinas in accordance with equipment/facilities provided and customer service. We have been awarded four Gold Anchors.
A warm welcome is guaranteed at Inverness Marina.