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Visitors Marina Guide
SUNDERLAND MARINA

VHF

Ch M, 80

Call Sign

ACCESS

H24

Berthing Rates

short stay:
£3.00 per hour

overnight:
10m:£22,
12m:£26

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YHA Rating

not rated

Facilities

240V, 16/30A

basic

24 hours

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About the Marina


The waterfront in Sunderland has been transformed in recent years by extensive redevelopment including the impressive Marina complex at North Dock. Originally constructed by Brunel in 1837, the Dock has been renovated and extended to provide a modern Marina. Unlike most marina basins regenerated from disused docks, this marina has open sea access at all states of the tide, with no locks, bridges or obstructions, and the marina is dredged to a minimum depth of 2.2m.

The Marina consists of 113 fore-and-aft chain berths,  26 un-serviced berths and 88 fully serviced pontoon berths. On site facilities include a restaurant, a cafe, a hair salon, a newsagent, a shop and 2 yachts clubs which welcome visitors.

There are various shops nearby; including a Co-op with a cash machine next to the Marina, a cash machine outside the Roker Post Office just behind the Marina building. For a supermarket Morrisons is a pleasant 15mins stroll along the coast. The city centre of Sunderland is just a mile away and is easily accessible from the marina using the road and railway/metro public transport.
 

Marina Approaches


The marina entrance is marked by the SHM Dolphin Fl’G.5s and the East Jetty Fl(2)G.10s. Beware of the substantial obstruction just off ‘D’ pontoon.
 

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