The Galway Harbour Company operates a 31 berth pontoon marina in the confines of the Port of Galway. An additional 4 berths are available along a 60 metre pontoon/walkway. Freshwater and electrical power is available at the pontoons. Power cards can be obtained from the Harbour office and from Centra, Raven’s Terrace (open 7:30am-10:00pm).
A number of visitor pontoons are available for hire during the summer. Sailors who intend to make a visit to the marina should first make contact with the Harbour Office (+353 91 561874) to determine if a berth is available. This is advisable as demand for berthage is high. There is a minimum vessel length of 10 metres for the marina.
|Annual fee||€300 per metre||M1|
|Winter lay up|
(1st October - 31st March)
|€170 per metre||M2|
|Monthly fee||€38 per metre||M3|
|Weekly fee||€12 per metre||M4|
|Daily fee||€2 per metre||M5|
|The above fees include water, garbage & VAT @ 23%|
Small craft moorings are no longer available for small leisure craft due to the ever-increasing size of commercial ships and swinging these ships in the confines of the tidal basin requires that small craft can no longer moor along the quay wall at Breathnach Quay and Mulvoy Quay.
Electricity units are located at the marina and are charged at 10kwh=€3 and 50kwh=€13 and cards can be purchased from the Harbour Office.
Any vessel laid up, abandoned in the Port or vessels that have ceased trading will incur a daily rate of €3 per metre per day.
Passenger Ferry Dues / Landing Craft / Vessels in for repair / survey / layup will be levied at €3 per metre per day and with advanced agreement of the Harbour Master.
For any further queries: