Torquay Harbour Cruising Guide

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Torquay Harbour is on the north shore of Torbay in an area known as the English Riviera.  Torquay has been a popular destination for coastal holidays since Victorian times and this attractive town is full of white villas perched on green hillsides, palm lined promenades, beautiful gardens and elegant Victorian streets.  The waterfront scene is a lively one and the harbour is also close to the town centre giving easy access to more shops, restaurants and bars.

Torquay Charts

SC5602            The West Country - Falmouth to Teignmouth (Admiralty Leisure Folio)
26                   Harbours on the South Coast of Devon
1613               Eddystone Rocks to Berry Head
3315               Berry Head to Bill of Portland

C5                   Bill of Portland to Salcombe Harbour
2400                Imray Chart Pack: The West Country


Torquay Berthing


Torquay Marina, VHF Ch 80
Torquay TQ2 5EQ - +44(0)1803 200210
Water, electricity, toilets, showers, laundry, Wi-Fi, chandlery, gas, chemical toilet disposal, restaurant, boatyard services nearby

Other Berthing

Torquay Harbour, VHF Ch 14
Harbour Master's Office, Beacon Quay, Torquay TQ1 2BG - +44(0)1803 292429
Pontoons for visitors available in inner and outer harbours, call on VHF for berthing instructions
Water, electricity, toilets, showers


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Torquay Fuel

Riviera Fuel
+44(0)7786 370324
Diesel, petrol and LPG at end of South Pier

Torquay Tides

Admiralty Easytide
Tidal predictions for Torquay for the next 7 days