Carlingford Marina is located in the picturesque coastal inlet of Carlingford Lough, with the Cooley Mountains on one side and the Mountains of Mourne on the other. Awarded the “Certificate of Excellence” by Trip Advisor, it’s the perfect location to plan your next sailing getaway!
The pontoon network at Carlingford Marina is serviced, providing fresh water and shore power connections to berth holders. MGO, or Green Diesel is available from a designated fueling berth at the center of the marina, and a bunded waste oil receptacle is available for berth holders to use in the Boat Yard. Toilets, showers, laundry facilities, car parking, wifi and a berth holders lounge are among other facilities available to berth holders and regular guests.
Carlingford is one of the best preserved medieval villages in Ireland with a number of important pre-historic and medieval attractions. The village is dominated by the remains of King Johns Castle, the first major construction in Carlingford’s history built in the 12th century. The village is also home to a wonderful community of local artists and artisans who’s fine works are displayed proudly wherever you go in Carlingford.
3,5 Euro per running metre.
Book and pay for your berth or mooring at Carlingford Marina via this page or by downloading a free mobile app for boaters – HarbaApp.