Whitby Harbour is located on the north east coast of England to the south of the Tees and north of the Humber.
Whitby is home to approximately 350 leisure craft, the majority of which moor on the council moorings.
Whitby Harbour Office: 01947 602354
Whitby Marina Office: 01947 600165
Whitby Watchkeepers: 01947 602272
Laundry: Located in the amenity block and includes a washer and dryer, both are copin operated.
Toilets: Located in the amenity block. Access is via a key bob which can be obtained from the Marina / Harbour Office / Bridge Operative upon arrival. Chemical toilet disposal is available. Please do not use the ships head whilst in port.
Pump Out: the facility is located on the trident pontoon and tokens are available from the Marina Office.
Showers: Located in the amenity block. Access is via a key-fob which can be obtained from the Marina / Harbour Office / Bridge Operative upon arrival.
Water: Available free of charge on the pontoons and at various locations around the harbour.
Electricity: The electricity supply is 240 V, and tokens are available from the Marina / Harbour Office.
Car Parking: Permanent berth holders on the upper harbour pontoons are allocated one parking permit for the west side car park, with the option of purchasing one extra crew permit. Visitor parking is available and permits can be purchased.
Fuel: Small amounts of marine diesel are available from the fuel pump adjacent to the Marina Office. You will require suitable containers.
Safety: Safety equipment is provided. Please take note of the equipment available and its location.
Refuse: Domestic refuse can be placed in the bin adjacent to the Marina Office.
Trolley: Two marina trolleys are available for use.
Waste Oil: Please leave this in closed containers on the grid at the environmental compound nest to the Marina Office.
Security Gates: These are fitted to the west and east side floating pontoons. Keys can be obtained from the Marina Office.
Weather Forecast: These are posted on the notice board at the Marina.
Slipway: Located at the south end of the marina car park. Launching permits can be purchased. It is accessible at most states of the tide with the exception of low water springs when it is accessible for 4 hours either side of High Water.