Port Edgar Marina
Port Edgar Marina
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Port Edgar

City of Edinburgh, Scotland
Berth Characteristics
  • berths
  • Max Length 60 m
  • Max Draught 4 m
Radio Channel

You can reach Port Edgar by calling VHF0.

Port Edgar Marina is situated in the town of Queensferry (also called South Queensferry or The Ferry), a settlement to the West of Edinburgh. The marina is perfectly equipped for almost 300 all sized boats. You have many lovely options when it comes to choosing accommodation: the romantic setting at

Facilities of Port Edgar

  • Bar
  • Wifi
  • Market
  • Dressing rooms
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The neighborhood

Port Edgar is located in City of Edinburgh.

Welcome to the City of Edinburgh, a region named after Scotland’s capital, where hundreds of years of history meet one of the most beautiful cities in the world, in a memorable setting. On your trip, you will discover stunning landscapes, imposing architecture, quality food and a beautiful countryside and coastline near the Lothians. Edinburgh is a festive capital, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and it has world class destinations that tourists will simply fall in love with. If you are a traveller mesmerized by the world, this is a place you need to add to your list.

The City of Edinburgh is a region that abounds in great flavours: fresh seafood caught at Firth of Forth, lamb and beef raised on the fertile Lothian lands, dairies and seasonal vegetables. If experiencing a destination is not complete until you try the food, you will not be disappointed. This is a paradise for foodies; the quality produce, the character of the menus and the imagination used in preparing the dishes are what makes Edinburgh a culinary scene. You can choose a fine dining at a 5 Michelin-star restaurant or a quiet evening at one of the many cafes and tearooms. Here are a few suggestions: Ghillie Due, The Piemaker, Ten Hill Place Hotel, The Sheep Heid Inn, The Canons’ Gait, Cafe Hub, Cafe Musa. Don’t miss Phoenix Bar, The Bakery Dunbar, Cafe Modern Two, Charwood and Cafe Portait.

Scotland prides with its moving hospitality and City of Edinburgh makes no exception. There are dozens of accommodation units that simply wait to amaze you and contribute to your wonderful vacation. Choose your favourite from the many hotels, inn, B&Bs, guest houses, villas and country clubs: Macdonald Holyrood Hotel, Malmaison Edinburgh, Motel One Edinburgh, The Allan Ramsay Hotel. You may also want to consider Prestonfield, Number 18 Hermitage Gardens, Kenvie Guest House, Sandilands House, Barony House, Tantallon B&B, Adria House and 23 Mayfield.

Travellers all around the world fly the globe to see all the wonders Edinburgh has to offer. Why not be one of them and see all the beauties with your own eyes? If you are eager to experience a blend of amazing things to see and do, you have come to the right place. You won’t be able to stop admiring the marvellous scenery, the well-preserved architecture and the amazing attractions. Explore the museums in Edinburgh for a chance to discover great exhibitions, suited for both adults and youngsters: The National Museum of Scotland, Queensferry Museum, National Mining Museum, Our Dynamic Earth. Also, check out Museum on the Mound, Museum of Childhood, National War Museum and The People’s Story. 

Explore the castles and take a trip to the past. Learn all there is to know about the people who used to live there and their life stories: Tantallon Castle, Lauriston Castle and Gardens, Craigmillar Castle, Dirleton Castle, Crichton Castle and Edinburgh Castle. The churches, cathedrals and abbeys are wonderful buildings with Gothic architecture and imposing glass windows. These include St. Giles Cathedral, Rosslyn Chapel, St. Mary’s Parish Church, St. Cuthbert’s Church, St. John’s Church, St. Michael’s Parish Church. The renowned galleries host collections of fantastic works of art, fine and modern art, contemporary art and portraits. Pay attention and spot paintings made by Raphael, Monet and Picasso: Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, City Art Centre, Scottish National Gallery, Peter Potter Gallery, Randolph Gallery.

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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