Inverness as a sailing destination
The need for strategically placed and well equipped marinas is increasing all the time. The importance of marinas goes beyond the recognized summer sailing season and offers the opportunity to continue sailing from a safe walk on berth all year.
Inverness Marina sits at the entrance to Inverness Harbour and close to the eastern entrance of the majestic Caledonian Canal, making it an ideal location to be based with easy access to both the Scottish north east coast and via the canal to the popular Scottish west coast.
Inverness has long been regarded as a transitory point for vessels going to and from the west. However with 150 berths at Inverness Marina in the heart of the Moray Firth, Inverness can be regarded as a sailing destination in its own right.