Queen Anne's Battery
Plymouth, Devon, PL4 0LP, UK

T:+44 (0)1752 671142
F:+44 (0)1752 266297
E:qab@mdlmarinas.co.uk
W:www.queenannesbattery.co.uk
Contact:Chris Price

LAT/LONG 50°21.52'N/04°07.43'W
VHF 80
Port Photo

Plymouth is well known as a City of the Sea and has played a major role in seafaring voyages around the world. QAB is a popular marina with long-term berth holders and visitors, with direct access to both the sea and the city. Home to the Royal Western Yacht Club, the marina accommodates the start and finish of many international short-handed yacht races, including the single-handed Transatlantic Race, the Round Britain Race and the finish of the prestigious Rolex Fastnet Race. Situated in the centre of Plymouth, the marina provides an ideal departure point for those heading across to Brittany or further afield, and there is extensive cruising around Plymouth Sound.

Berth Information
Price Guide
Air Access
25-30m berths
2
High season
POA£ST
Int'l airport
54km
30m+ berths
1
Low season
POA
Airfield
54km
Berthing
Alongside
 
 
Heliport
54km
Max length
30m
 
 
 
 
Max draught
4m
 
 
 
 
Max beam
8m
 
 
 
 
Facilities available at Berth
Electricity, Fresh Water, Fuel, Parking, Security Cameras, WiFi, Boatyard services, Parking, Bars and Restaurants, Provisions
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