Milford Haven Cruising Guide

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Milford Haven was once described by Lord Nelson as 'one of the finest stations possible for a British fleet' and it remains one of the finest British destinations for the cruising sailor.

Milford Haven waterway, the largest estuary in Wales, lies within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and it's deep, sheltered waters offer miles of picturesque cruising.  Just outside, the islands of Skomer and Skokholm are home to important colonies of seabirds and the stunning Pembrokeshire coastline has beaches to rival the Caribbean.

As one of the deepest natural harbours in the world, it is a major commercial port with oil tankers, ferries and fishing boats coming and going at all times but despite this leisure craft will find plenty of quiet bays and rivers in which to anchor as well as two fully serviced marinas all surrounded by some of the most stunning scenery in Wales.

Milford Haven Berthing

Milford Marina, VHF Ch 37(M)
Cleddau House, Milford Marina, Milford Haven SA73 3AF - +44(0)1646 696312
Access via lock on free flow from 2 hours before high water up to high water, at other times contact Pierhead on VHF Ch 14
Water, electricity, toilets, showers, laundry, Wi-Fi, fuel, gas, lift out, storage ashore, boatyard services

Neyland Yacht Haven, VHF Ch 80
Brunel Quay, Neyland SA73 1PY - +44(0)1646 601601
Lower basin accessible at all states of tide
Water, electricity, toilets, showers, laundry, Wi-Fi, chandlery, fuel, marine services, bar, restaurant

Dale Bay and Angle Bay


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