Banff Marina

Banff Marina

A former fishing and cargo port, now used as a recreational harbour.

The outer basin offers adequate berthing and tidal berthing for regular users on drying out moorings. This basin is tidal restricted for access. Fresh water is available on two quays and a small repair/painting pad is available at the top of the middle basin.

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Chart Number1462
PhotographHarbour Image
Latitude / Longitude57° 40' N/Longitude:02 31'W
Harbourmaster ContactMr James Henderson, Quayside, Banff, AB45 1HQ. Marine Band Channel 12
High Tide Variation1 hour 25 minutes before Aberdeen
DepthsYou are advised to contact the Harbourmaster to confirm adequate depth for access. Inner basins provide floating berths with matching access at depths varying from 1.8m below Chart Datum in the 10m berthing area to 0.7m below Chart Datum.
HazardsBe aware of rocks at the South of the entrance. A yacht of 1.8m draft can only enter 4 hours either side of HW.
Principal UseRecreation
Harbour Size
Moorings76 boats on fully serviced pontoon berths
Visitor Moorings6 berths. There is a minimum of 1.8m at all states of the tide.
FacilitiesFresh water available on quay
small repair/painting plinth
storage copmpounds
car parking
Toilets
Showers
Drying Facilities
Fuel
Water
Electricity
Repairs
Email Addressjames.henderson@aberdeenshire.gov.uk
Telephone01261 815544
Websitehttp://banffmarina.com