Conwy Cruising Guide

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Conwy's sheltered harbour is situated on the north coast of Wales at the mouth of the River Conwy, against the beautiful backdrop of the Snowdonia National Park.  It is a popular cruising destination with two marinas and a number of harbour authority run moorings, some of which are available to visitors.

Conwy Castle dominates the town and is one of Britain's best preserved medieval castles, built on the instruction of Edward I as part of his conquest of Wales in the 13th century.  Conwy is now a fascinating walled town with quaint narrow streets and a number of historic buildings  including Britain's smallest house, a Victorian fisherman's cottage on the old quayside.

Conwy Berthing


Conwy Quays Marina, VHF Ch 80
Conwy LL32 8EP - +44(0)1492 593000
Water, electricity, toilets, showers, laundry, Wi-Fi, fuel, pump out, chandlery, boatyard services, lift out, storage ashore

Deganwy Quays Marina, VHF Ch 80
Deganwy LL31 9DJ - +44(0)1492 576888
Water, electricity, toilets, showers, laundry, Wi-Fi, fuel, boatyard services, lift out, storage ashore

Other Berthing

Harbour Office, VHF Ch 14
Conwy Quay, Conwy LL32 8BB - +44(0)1492 596253
Visitors should call prior to entering to be allocated a mooring or pontoon berth


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Conwy Fuel

Fuel Pontoon
Diesel is available, subject to depth of water, from the new Quay Extension during Harbour Office opening hours.  Call VHF Ch 14 or telephone the Harbour Office before coming to the pontoon.

Also available from Conwy Quays Marina and Deganwy Quays Marina.  See Berthing for details.

Conwy Water Taxi

Cruising Club Launch
VHF Ch 37
Daily service from 0900, see website for full timetable