Royal Quays Marina

Situated close to the entrance of the River Tyne at North Shields, on the north east coast of England. Royal Quays Marina is the ideal port of call for visiting yachts crossing the north sea from Scandinavia and the low countries, circumnavigating Britain or simply wishing to sample the delights of Newcastle and the surrounding region of Northumbria.

There are excellent links to Newcastle Airport;mainline rail services at Newcastle; and we are next door to the DFDS Ferry Terminal.

We provide sheltered and secure berthing and excellent facilities. Our boatyard can lift vessels upto 30 tonnes. Royal Quays is premier boating facility in the North of England.

The Marina is staffed 24 hours a day and offers access via lock gates at all states of the tide.

We look forward to seeing you and can assure you of a warm and friendly welcome!

Number of berths: 350

Fresh Water Electricity Fuel Gas Wifi Toilets 24 Hour Access Showers Laundrette Rigging Specialist Boat Lift

Rates for Period 1 April 2012 – 31 March 2013

(Prices per metre L.O.A. inc VAT)

Visitor Berthing

Daily £2.50 per metre

Weekly £13.75 per metre

Monthly £40.00 per metre

50% Discount for up to 5 consecutive days for Transeurope Marinas Members

Contract Berthing Rates

Please contact us for details or check our website



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