Found at the heart of Plymouth's Coastal Quarter in Millbay, is the stunning and contemporary King Point Marina.
King Point Marina provides berthing for some 171 boats bringing Millbay's inner basin, designed and built by pioneering engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel in 1857, back to life.
Already bustling with many boats, King Point Marina is enjoying its second full season. With high quality contemporary facilities and direct access to some of the best sailing areas in the South West of England, it really is a great place to berth your boat.
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 can be found at the heart of Plymouth's Coastal Quarter in Millbay.
Millbay is undergoing an exciting period of regeneration and promises to become a vibrant waterfront district with a mix of residential, leisure, business and retail facilities. Centred around the King Point Marina, Millbay's combination of luxury apartments, modern townhouses, waterside cafes and restaurants, offices and convenient off road parking makes this one of the finest urban developments in Europe.
King Point Marina is only a short stroll from The Hoe, the City Centre and Drakes Circus Shopping Centre. Plymouth Pavilions (itself in line for an £82million redevelopment) is well known for hosting some of the biggest names in pop and the Theatre Royal, often a starter venue for some of the big West End shows is only a few minutes walk away too.
King Point Marina is easily accessible from the A38 Dual Carriageway (Devon Expressway) or Plymouth Railway and Bus Station. Please visit our ‘how to get here’ page for further details
King Point Marina boasts one of THE restaurants in Plymouth, The Dock, which overlooks King Point Marina and Plymouth Sound.
The Dock restaurant offers breakfast, lunch and dinner menus and caters for all tastes with a wide range of dishes made using locally sourced ingredients. Menus include oysters and Cornish mussels, mouth-watering hamburger selections on brioche buns and quality speciality coffees. It also boasts an extensive cocktail list. The Dock also has a selection of sandwiches with varied fillings and fries as well as tasty small plate dishes and starters, not forgetting an extensive range of desserts and Devon cheeses; the perfect location for berth holders to enjoy anything from a light bite to a full meal.
King Point Marina is also situated within a very short walk of The Duke of Cornwall Hotel, built during the Golden Age of steam and steeped in history, including regularly accommodating Brunel during his construction of Millbay Docks. The restaurant is currently undergoing refurbishment of the original architecture and charm and the tower now specializes in offering ‘Tea at the Top’ for special occasions and events.
Also on King Point Marina's doorstep is the area of West Hoe, home to Plymouth's historic pier and eclectic mix of cafes and deli's. A five-minute walk takes you onto the majestic Plymouth Hoe and promenade with its picturesque waterfront cafes and restaurants or into the city where a vast array of dining establishments awaits.
A few minutes walk past the Hoe is the historic and cosmopolitan Barbican and Sutton Harbour (where our sister marina Sutton Harbour can be found) with the waterside cafe culture and plethora of eating and drinking venues including The Barbican Kitchen, The Glassblowing House & Quay 33. Or ten minutes in the opposite direction is the Royal William Yard where you will find Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s River Cottage, the Town Mill Bakery, Wagamammas, Seco, Prezzo and The Canteen.
The Royal William Yard
WHAT'S IN THE AREA
SUTTON HARBOUR & BARBICAN
HISTORY & HERITAGE
Barbican & Sutton Harbour Area
The Merchant's House
Plymouth City Museum
Saltram House & Gardens
National Trust Properties
HM Naval Base Devonport
Mount Edgcumbe Country Park
Historic Bus Tour
GARDENS & WILDLIFE