Deganwy Marina

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WorldUnited KingdomWalesConwyDeganwy Marina
53°17.407'N, 003°49.654'W Chart icon.png
Fuel Berth
Radio VHF channel 80
Phone +44 (0)1492 576888
Fax +44 (0)1492 580066
Berths 165
Max. length ?
Max. draft ?
Fuel Diesel and petrol fuel dock
Water On every berth
Electricity Metered on every berth
Toilets 5 Star
Showers 5 Star
Laundry Yes on site
Internet WiFi
Cable TV No
Hours ?
Address Quays Marina, Deganwy, Conwy, LL31 9DJ
More notes about the marina

Deganwy Marina is situated in the picturesque Conwy River in the beautiful Snowdonia region of N.Wales. It overlooks the historic town of Conwy with its 13th century Conwy Castle.


Channel 80

Telephone +44 (0)1492 576888


Entrance is via the Conwy Approach channel marked by the fairway buoy, red and white, at 53°17.95′N, 03°55.55′W. Then follow the well buoyed channel to enter the Conwy river. After passing the entrance to Conwy Marina on the starboard side proceed to the port hand buoyed approach channel to Deganwy Marina on the port side of the river. Deganwy marina operates a flap gate which opens approximately 2.5 to 3 hours either side of High Water. Beware: the Conwy river is tidal and streams run at 6 knots on springs and sometimes mooring buoys are covered by the flowing water and are particularly difficult to spot when approaching in the dark. Deganwy Marina breakwater groyne is marked by 3 yellow buoys - Keep Clear. Conwy Approach Channel Diagrams are available free of charge at the Harbour Office, Conwy.


The marina operates a small tender and staff are happy to assist with berthing.


165 fully serviced pontoon berths

  • Staff on duty 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
  • Gasoil (red diesel - not for road use) and petrol available on the fuel pontoon
  • Toilets, showers, bathrooms and laundry facilities in marina building
  • Water and electricity supply available on all pontoons
  • Free car parking is available on site
  • The exclusive Quay Hotel is next to the marina with restaurant, bar and spa facilities and offers a discount card to Deganwy Quays Marina berth holders
  • A holding tank pump out facility is available on the fuel pontoon
  • Quay Marine Sales selling new and used boats and Network Yacht Chandlers are both on site
  • All marine services are available locally
  • RYA registered Sea School 'North Wales Power & Sail' operate from the site


A full boatyard service is provided.

  • 20 tonne mobile hoist
  • Hardstanding area.


Locked gate with keyfob access. CCTV and and manned 24 hours


There is a hotel on the marina with resturant and bar. The marina is close to shops, pubs, restaurants and other facilities in the town of Deganwy 1/4 mile away.


Railway Station and Bus service to the local area. The Deganwy railway station is adjacent to the Marina and is one stop from Llandudno town to the north and one stop to Llandudno Junction to the south. Llandudno Junction is a mainline station that connects to London and Holyhead.


Daily Rate for 10m is approx. £25.00, Electricity metered


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Date of member's last visit to Deganwy Marina and this page's details validated:

  • 31st October 2012. I am a berth holder and cruse the area so I know the details to be current --Auditdata

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