Located on the Firth of Forth, with the iconic Road and Rail Bridges to the East and the new Queensferry Crossing under construction to the West, Port Edgar Marina is an ideal base for exploring the Fife coastline, with its spectacular scenery, historic harbours and interesting islands.
Port Edgar Marina is home to Port Edgar Yacht Club which offers a fantastic programme of racing and cruising for yachts and dinghies. Ideally situated just 10 miles from Edinburgh city centre, you can be out of the office and on the water in no time!
The Marina is only a short stroll from nearby South Queensferry where you can enjoy the local shops and restaurants along the picturesque cobbled High Street.
Port Edgar has a naval history dating back to the nineteenth century and after WWII became a base for Royal Navy minesweepers clearing wartime minefields from the Firth of Forth. Much of the fabric of the naval base remains today, although the site was acquired and converted to use as a Marina by Lothian Regional Council (now City of Edinburgh Council) in 1978. It has been run by Port Edgar Marina Ltd since April 2014.
The Marina Office is open seven days a week and can be contacted on 0131 331 3330 or VHF channel 80 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The office is open Monday to Sunday, 09.00 to 17.00. If you require urgent assistance outwith these hours, our site staff can be contacted up to 20.30 on 07960 258 523, after 20.30 you can reach our security guard on 07557 432 161.
Port Edgar Marina provides nearly 300 serviced berths for boats of various sizes, outdoor hard standing and limited under cover storage, a laundry room, diesel fuelling facilities and toilet/shower facilities with lockers. We utilise our new Manitou telehandler for the launch and recovery of boats up to 3.5 tons and stepping masts. For boats over this weight we use our Wise 25 ton slipway travel hoist.
We also offer the option of a dry berthing contract, we will launch and recover your RIB (up to 7.6m) or powerboat (up to 6.1m) for you. Please note that 24 hours notice is required. Upon recovery we wash the boat down and give the engine a fresh water flush, then store it in a secure compound ashore.
The slipway is also available for public use. Please contact the office for prices.
As a berth holder you will also enjoy:
Annual Berthing is charged from 1st April and prices are per metre, based on the length overall of the boat (LOA). Seasonal, short term and visitor berthing is also available.
Bosuns Locker provides a comprehensive range of services including new boat sales & brokerage, chandlery & dive shop and workshops for boat & engine repairs, service & parts.
Other services on site include:
|Port Edgar Berth Holders Association||Berthholders association||www.portedgarbha.org|
|Port Edgar Watersports Centre||RYA training centre||www.portedgarwatersports.com||0131 319 1820|
|Picnic at the Port||Cafe serving hot food and snacks||www.facebook.com/picnicattheport||07816 934926|
|Sail Doctor||Sail making and repairs||www.saildoctor.co.uk||07974 074 493|
|Edinburgh Boat Charters||Skippered yacht charter||www.edinburghboatcharters.com||0131 554 9401|
|Blue V||Marine electronis||www.bluev.co.uk||0131 331 4546|
|ADG Metalworkers||Metal fabricators||www.adgmetalworkersltd.co.uk||0131 331 1791|
|Port Edgar Yacht Club||Yacht club||www.peyc.org.uk||07802 168274|
|Riggerous||Rigging services||www.riggerousmarine.blogspot.co.uk||07717 741288|
|Coast to Coast Rigging||Rigging services||www.facebook.co/Coast-to-Coast-Rigging-Ltd||07939 062156|
By Road - The postcode for your sat nav is EH30 9SQ. Approaching Port Edgar from the East you will pass under the Forth Road Bridge along Shore Road. Port Edgar Marina lies on the south side of the Firth of Forth just west of the Road Bridge.
By Rail - Port Edgar is a 20 minute walk from Dalmeny Station.
By Boat - Please contact the marina office by phone or VHF before arrival to be allocated a berth. When entering and leaving the Marina please ensure you stay mid channel through either of the entrances and maintain a parallel course to the breakwaters until you are well clear of the floating barrier. The seaward end of the west breakwater is marked with a RED light Dir Fl.R.4s4m8M and the floating barrier is identified by three yellow lights 3xQ.Y during the hours of darkness. Within the marina keep close to the pontoon system as the surrounding areas dry to soft mud at low water.
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