Around & About

Perfectly located on the North Wales coastline

Scroll down for information on cruising routes, shopping and necessities and local attractions...

 
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Cruising
Routes

By choosing to berth your boat at Deganwy Marina you are opening your cruising options

Based on the north Wales coastline in the Conwy River estuary, your perfectly positioned to explore multiple ports and exciting destinations that are all within sailing distance from Deganwy Marina.

Annual berth-holders will also benefit from a 50% discount on visitor berthing for up to 7 days in one season at other member marinas*.

These member marinas include:

  • Port Dinorwic, North Wales
  • Aberystwyth, West Wales
  • Burry Port, South Wales
  • Cardiff, South Wales
  • Wexford, Republic of Ireland
  • Kilmore Quay, Republic of Ireland
  • New Ross, Republic of Ireland

*Subject to availability. Please book visitor berths in advance.

Berthing at Deganwy Marina gives you the opportunity to discover the beautiful Welsh and Irish coastlines at the fraction of the cost.

Deganwy Marina is also nearby to the stunning island of Anglesey, which is a popular tourist destination in north wales.

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Shopping & Necessities

Less than a 10-minute drive from Llandudno and Conwy

You will find every day essentials including a post office, doctors and dentist surgeries, restaurants, pubs and local shops including Asda, Aldi and Tesco which should stock everything you need to enjoy your time with us.

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Local Attractions

Sometimes its nice to be back on solid ground when you own a boat

You won’t be stuck for things to do around Deganwy, Conwy and Llandudno. All three towns are popular tourist destinations in north Wales and with that, comes a big list of things to see, do and explore.

If you’re looking for something to do for the day at Deganwy Marina, then one place you should take some time to visit is Conwy Castle. The historic castle is over 730 years old and was erected by Edward I during his conquest of Wales. These days the ruin serves as a popular tourist attraction and is one of the biggest draws of the area. You can clearly see the castle from Deganwy Marina. The castle dominates the local landscape looking towards Snowdonia National Park.

For the nature lovers amongst you, there is an RSPB site, minutes from the marina. Conwy RSPB is one of many nature reserves around the UK and is home a wide variety of wildlife and plants. It’s a great way to introduce young ones to the world of nature. It also has a stunning backdrop with the national park in one direction and the estuary and Irish sea in the other.

If you’re looking for something a little bit quirky and away from the norm, then how about visiting the smallest house in Great Britain? Based in the town of Conwy, 10 minutes from Deganwy Marina, you will find the countries smallest house. Measuring at 72 inches across, 122 inches high and 120 inches deep. Made up of one bedroom and one living space with extremely limited cooking facilities, up until the 19th century, couples did actually live here. Last occupied in 1900, the tiny house is now a popular item on many people’s bucket lists.

There is something for everyone at Deganwy Marina and the surrounding area so you’ll never be stuck for something to do during free time.

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Events Calendar

We host a series of events throughout the year that moorers, locals, friends and family can enjoy

Including hog-roast barbeques, live music and much more. Be sure to follow us on social media to find out when these events are happening.

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