Hull Marina has 217 berths and offers a welcome stopover between Brundall Bay and Royal Quays Marina on the UK’s east coast, and also a superb base for visiting TransEurope members in the Netherlands or the Baltic.
Hull Marina is also part of the Aquavista Waterside & Marinas group.
Hull was the City of Culture in 2017 and has an extensive maritime history. Based just outside the city centre there is easy access to the shops, restaurants, and transport links as well as the tourist attractions. Enjoy festivals over summer and plenty to see and do, including a maritime museum, ice arena, “The Deep” aquarium and nearby town centre.
The marina features a large boatyard, employing a 50-tonne hoist and boat trailer and with plenty of dry-standing space. Technicians and engineers are at hand for boat maintenance and repairs.
In terms of penning, the marina operates 3 hours either side of high water and have on average 2m on the sill at the 3 hour mark either side of HW. Upon entering the Humber contact must be made with VTS Humber on CH12, please adhere to any instructions given. Upon entering the Humber you will need to be on the Easterly channel known as the Sunk Dredged Channel. Upon seeing The Deep (landmark) please go to CH80 to contact the marina, call sign: Hull Marina.