Portpatrick Harbour is ideally situated for visiting boats to and from Ireland, the Isle of Man and the Clyde and Highland sailing grounds while offering good shelter facilities.
The charming and unspoilt village of Portpatrick itself boasts great pubs and restaurants, a number of interesting shops, a museum, the nearby golf course of Portpatrick Dunskey and excellent coastal walks along the spectacular north Rhins coastline.
Portpatrick is also at the western end of the 212-mile long Southern Upland Way to Cockburnspath on Scotland's east coast.
Mooring fees and forms 2017
Overnight visitors fees:
Up to 6.5 metres: £11.00
6.5 metres - 9 metres: £14.30
9 metres -12 metres: £16.00
over 12 metres: £18.00
Vessels (inner harbour) over 7 metres LOA
Alongside wall £80.00 metre April to April (annual)
Afloat (trot mooring) £80.00Mtr 1st April-31Oct (seasonal)
Afloat (trot mooring) £110.00Mtr April to April (annual)
Vessels up to 7 metres £65.00 April 1st-Oct 31st (seasonal)
Vessels (outer harbour) up to 7 metres LOA
April 1st- Oct 31st (seasonal)
Alongside wall £65.00
Afloat mooring (off haul) £50.00 metre
Winter storage onshore is available for boats and gear and is charged seperately at £15.00 per Month from 1st November - 31stMarch. Contact Portpatrick Harbour for further details.
Forms and details are available by contacting the Harbour Master, call 07565102096 or by emailing us: info@ portpatrickharbour.org
Facilities at Portpatrick Harbour
- Harbourmaster (telephone: 07565 102096)
- fresh water
- fuel by can
- provisions store
- bars and restaurants
- Post Office
RNLI Lifeboat Station
For nearly 140 years, an all-weather lifeboat has operated from Portpatrick. The crews have been honoured with five awards for gallantry, including a Bronze Medal for a launch to one of the worst peacetime disasters involving a British merchant vessel. Visit the RNLI official website for more details about Portpatrick Lifeboat Station by clicking on the RNLI logo below.