Everything you need to know about cruising and mooring in Plymouth

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The sheltered waters of Plymouth‘s vast historic harbour offer plenty to the visiting boater – particularly if the weather is being unkind.

See pictures in our Plymouth gallery.

Home to first-class facilities, plentiful anchorages and the River Tamar, there are beaches and walks for those that fancy being active, and lots of places to eat for those that don’t.

If you’re looking for somewhere to launch or keep your boat in the south west, Plymouth boasts four marinas as well as many other places to launch and moor your boat.

And if that’s not enough, just around the corner in Wembury Bay, past

the Great Mew Stone, is the delightful haven of Newton Ferrers.

For more in-depth information check out the full feature in the October 2009 issue of Motor Boats Monthly.

  1. 1. Introduction
  2. 2. How to enter Plymouth Harbour
  3. 3. Cruising around Plymouth
  4. 4. Marinas and moorings in Plymouth
  5. 5. Going ashore
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