Welcome to Wick Marina. Wick lies in a strategic position on the northeast tip of the mainland and is ideally situated for passage to or from the Northern Isles and the West coast. Our 80 berth marina, which opened in 2009 is only a 5-minute stroll from the town centre with plenty of shopping and leisure opportunities and renowned Caithness hospitality.
Local visitor attractions such as the award-winning Wick Heritage Centre, Pulteney Distillery, producing the finest single malt whisky are all close by.
Wick Airport is just a mile from the marina, with daily flights to Aberdeen . For more information on flight times and fares see here https://www.hial.co.uk/wick-john-ogroats-airport
Wick Railway station is a 10 minute walk from the marina. Information on trains south can be found at https://www.scotrail.co.uk/
Wick is a secure base to leave a yacht and explore the north east of Scotland.
- 24 hr vessel access to marina with a water depth of 1.8 at MLWS
- 80 berths provided on floating pontoons with fingers varying from 7m-12 m
- Walkway pontoon lighting, water and electrical services 240v,16A
- Secure berthing with security gate operation to pontoon area
- Showers and toilet facilities available for all berth holders and visitors
Marina Visiting Yacht Charges 1st May 2023 to 30 April 2024
Daily Rate inclusive of Vat & Electricity ( short stay use )
Up to 10m £30
Up to 11m £32
Up to 12m £34
Up to 13m £36
Up to 14m £38
Up to 15m £40
Up to 16m £42
Up to 17m £44
Up to 18m £46
Up to 19m £48
Up to 20m £50
Special Offer “Stay 7 pay 5 ” – our weekly rate offers customers a discount of 2 FREE nights
Up to 10m £150
Up to 11m £160
Up to 12m £170
Up to 13m £180
Up to 14m £190
Up to 15m £200
For all leisure craft visiting Wick Harbour
It would be helpful if visiting leisure craft could contact the Harbour Office during office hours 01955 602030 with details of their passage plan, estimated time of arrival, the name of vessel, its length and maximum draft. We look forward to welcoming you to Wick Harbour.
Entering the UK
All pleasure craft arriving in and departing from the UK must report in accordance with the requirements published here Custom rules for sailing your pleasure craft to, from and within UK waters – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
EU/EEA Travellers must contact Border Force to be granted permission to enter the UK.
If Wick Marina is your first point of entry to the UK, you must complete form C1331; you can now do this online using this link – https://www.spcr.homeoffice.gov.uk/ .