WHY KING POINT MARINA
Found at the heart of Plymouth's Coastal Quarter in the Millbay area is the stunning and contemporary King Point Marina. Built only two years ago, it offers quiet and contemporary berthing for your boat, whilst still being in close proximity to the best places to eat, drink and be entertained in Plymouth.
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King Point Marina provides contemporary berthing in Plymouth for some 171 boats bringing Millbay's inner basin, designed and built by pioneering engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel in 1857, back to life.
King Point Marina is part of the transformation of Plymouth and is seen as one of the flagship steps in a series of developments that include a new boulevard that will link the popular waterfront with the city centre and a dramatic Dubai style structure containing luxury apartments with a view over Plymouth Sound. The changes are helping to transform the area into a busy waterfront destination and King Point Marina creates an impressive focal point for the entire Millbay regeneration project and is the perfect place to berth your boat in Devon.
Amongst the other facilities, King Point Marina includes a contemporary two-storey building with striking views over Plymouth Sound, Drakes Island and beyond. The building offers a marina office and a first floor restaurant called The Dock. The Dock continues to receive rave reviews for their food, service and ambience. They even stock their very own brand of Sailor’s Coffee.
Berthing in the South West at King Point Marina is available for vessels ranging from seven and a half to twenty-five meters in length. All the pontoons and shore side facilities have been designed with the environment in mind.
Adhering to the Green Blue marine design guidance, King Point Marina strives to demonstrate environmental best practice. The Green Blue is a joint environment programme created by the British Marine Federation and Royal Yachting Association to reduce impact on coastal and inland waters.