Kirkcudbright Marina is situated on the River Dee in Dumfries & Galloway.
There are 40 drying fore and aft moorings and a floating pontoon system of 50 berths. The floating pontoon extends to over 300 metres in length which provided shore access for both visiting yachts and permanent moorings.
Power and water facilities are available at the pontoon along with shower facilities. Security is provided by CCTV. The marina also houses the Kirkcudbright Sailing Club who welcomes holiday or temporary members. Fuel is available by request from road tankers.
Kirkcudbright has become a magnet for Scottish artists in the late 19th century and is now known as The Artists’ Town because of this association. It’s an attractive town with a colourful blend of medieval, Georgian and Victorian buildings.
It is a home for MacLellan’s Castle – a ruined 16th-century tower house by the harbourside as well as a nearby Broughton House – a smart Georgian townhouse which was once the home of the artist Edward Hornel. It has some impressive Japanese gardens as well.
The marina offers a peaceful haven to stop, enjoy the atmosphere of the town and experience the local hospitality as well as stocking up on essentials.
In this marina you can pay a booking fee of £2,5 with Harba, which (if confirmed) guarantees your reserved spot in the marina. However you will still be required to pay for the length of your stay upon arrival.
Book your berth or mooring with HarbaApp – a free mobile app for boaters.