Experience Dover Marina
An iconic destination
Set against the iconic backdrop of the famous White Cliffs, the award-winning Dover Marina is the most convenient location for cross-Channel sailing.
Sheltered by the iconic White Cliffs and overlooked by Dover’s magnificent castle, we’re just 20 miles from France within easy sailing distance. For boaters looking to spend some time ashore, Dover also has outstanding transport links with the historic county of Kent and the world-class shopping and entertainment venues on offer in London.
Dover Marina Guide and Terms and Conditions
For all the latest information and Terms and Conditions please download our Marina guide.
Dover Marina, one of the best-known marinas on the English South Coast and perfect for cross-Channel sailing
Experience the Difference at Dover Marina
Whether it’s crossing the Channel or exploring some of the most dramatic and iconic coastlines in the British Isles, Dover Marina is the ultimate base for discerning yacht crew and boaters.
Added to our impressive location are our excellent facilities and outstanding customer service. Dover Marina has 400 berths, access control for security, and is patrolled by the Port of Dover’s own police – making us one of the safest, most secure marinas in the country.
At the Port of Dover, we deliver world-class travel and our cruise customers can have an incredible experience immersing themselves in a unique location, with a variety of attractions available in Dover or for onward travel.
A man-made nature reserve created during the construction of the Channel Tunnel.
South Foreland Lighthouse
Victorian lighthouse built to warn mariners of shifting sands & guide them through the Strait of Dover.
Featuring the world’s only Bronze Age Boat, discovered in Dover in the early 90’s.
Secret Wartime Tunnels
A fascinating insight into the lives of soldiers during Operation Dynamo, during the Second World War.
Overlooking the town and long regarded as one of the most important fortresses in England.
White Cliffs of Dover
A magnificent and world famous natural landmark – visible when arriving from mainland Europe.