Whether you are approaching by sea or land, Greystones is easily accessible and right on Dublin’s doorstep! Greystones Harbour Marina lies just south of Bray Head and is sheltered from the West by the backdrop of the Wicklow Mountains and the Great Sugarloaf Mountain.
On this website, you will find a wealth of information to make your stay at Greystones Harbour Marina an enjoyable and safe experience.
Greystones Harbour Marina is an attractive alternative when visiting Dublin. If you have any questions or cannot find what you are looking for please do not hesitate to contact us.
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For navigation purposes this map does not represent the new harbour configuration.
Greystones Harbour Marina is a true, multi-purpose destination. With the Irish sea at the harbour mouth, the marina offers the ideal stop-off port while passage making on the Irish Sea. The stunning location means deviation from your planned navigation route is minimal. The welcome from marina staff and the local village ensures short stays will turn in to longer or permanent visits.
For berth holders too, the quality of boating is excellent. No tidal restrictions and scenic cruising grounds ensure that you maximise you and your boats potential. Greystones as a location encourages you to get afloat.
Nautical directions – 53° 09.12’N 6° 03.80’W
Our marina is located within the recently constructed harbour complex at Greystones. The marina occupies the inner basin and provides easy access for boats entering the harbour from the sea at all states of the tide. The harbour provides safe and accessible berths for boats from 6m to 30m
A frequent Dublin Bus service is available to Bray and to Dublin City Centre.
Excellent transport links connect Greystones to Dublin, Wexford and Belfast via the suburban and mainline railway. Ireland’s network of motorways (M11 & M50) is on our doorstep and provides easy road access to Cork and the South West (M7 & M8), Galway and Sligo (M4), the North West and the North of Ireland (M1).