Clyde Marina
Clyde Marina presents


North Ayrshire, Scotland
Berth Characteristics
  • berths
  • Max Length 60 m
  • Max Draught 5 m
Radio Channel

You can reach Clyde by calling VHF80.

Clyde Marina is situated in Ardrossan town, on the Western coast of Scotland, a historic town and important port, with beautiful sandy beaches, heart warming landscapes and a stunning view over the Firth of Clyde. The marina offers facilities for up to 250 berths. There are several hotels and B&Bs i

Facilities of Clyde

  • Water
  • Bar
  • Wifi
  • Electricity
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Clyde is located in North Ayrshire.

North Ayrshire is a region located on the South Western coast of Scotland. The area has a territory situated on the mainland and one formed of three islands: Arran, Great Cumbrae and Little Cumbrae. Defined by strong contrasts, this part of Scotland will offer you emerald green hills, an impressive coastline, peaceful sandy beaches and islands perfect for an adventure.

North Ayrshire is a feast for you tasting buds, with all its amazing food and fine malt whiskies you will find at the local markets and lovely fishing villages. It is an easily accessible paradise, where you will discover the culture, heritage and history, be a part of many fun outdoor activities and attend fantastic events and festivals. In North Ayrshire, you will discover a new century with every place you visit: the Neolithic stones at Arran’s Machrie Moor, the Dumfries House, built in the 18th century. Don’t miss the marvellous ruins of Turnberry Castle, which are said to have been the place where Robert the Bruce was born back in 1274. North Ayrshire’s history stretches over long years of social and political changes, which eventually shaped the country’s future.

The region has a selection of great historical attractions, including imposing castles and mysterious stones, as well as iconic Scottish figures. North Ayrshire is home to the majestic castles of Dundonald, Portencross, Culzean and Brodick. The charm of the area is also present in sites such as Dumfries House, Souter Johnnie’s Cottage and the Bachelor’s Club. Another beautiful place is the Cathedral of the Isles. It is situated in Millport, on the Isle of Cumbrae and it was built in 1851. It is the smallest cathedral in Britain, and it holds amazing history between its walls. North Ayrshire is the home to many important people, who shaped the country’s history through the ages. We are talking about the influential figures of Robert Burns and William Wallace. The hotels will welcome you with great service and trained personnel. At the end of the day, you know that people are the ones making the difference.

If you can’t part from luxurious living conditions not even on holiday, these may be the best option for you. The top-rated are Seamil Hydro, Willowbank Hotel, Kidron House Hotel, Lauriston Hotel, Burnhouse Manor Hotel, Harbourside Hotel, Brisbane House Hotel, Annfield House Hotel. If you are looking for a more traditional, cozy and personalized stay, choose one of these: Northend Guest House, Braidmead House, Westbourne House, Lynegar Guest House, Ardeer Farm Steading. You may also want to consider Edenmore Guest House, Nethermains Lodge and many more. These units provide a unique experience in travelling.

One of the most incredible things about going on vacation is finding places that serve amazing food. Ayrshire restaurants are famous all over the world for serving both quality and quantity with their dishes. Whatever your cravings are, make a reservation and enjoy some of the finest food you have ever tasted. Ayrshire abounds in award winning restaurants, where famous chefs work their magic and create remarkable courses. What is it going to be: Braidwoods, Old Town Café, Fin’s Restaurant, The Harbour, The Orangery or Lounge? How about Aura, The Clubhouse Bar & Kitchen, The Ship Inn, The Hac Bar, The Village Inn or The Clyde Tearoom?

Make plans to discover Scotland, with all of its famous and amazing landscapes, awesome culture and stunning heritage and history. It is a country where you will spend memorable moments, with sights, experiences and sounds that will be unforgettable, especially in 2015, declared the Year of Food & Drink. Come and try the wonderful local produce and the whiskey, of course. You will find great accommodation and travel advice so that you have an inspiring holiday.

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