Cork City Marina
The Port of Cork and Clarion Hotel Cork are offering overnight users of the Port of Cork City Marina the use of the shower and leisure facilities in the hotel for only five Euros. By showing their marina payment receipt at the hotel, visitors will be able to avail of this great offer. Marina visitors will also be offered breakfast for ten Euros in the hotel if they wish as part of the promotion.
Captain Pat Farnan, Port of Cork Harbour Master said: “The Port of Cork opened this new marina in 2010 and experienced a busy summer of visitors. We are aiming to attract more local and visiting boats to the marina this summer and we feel the joint promotion with the Clarion Hotel will be very effective.” Please see Operational Rules and Charges.
Towards the end of 2009, the Port of Cork implemented a Leisure and Recreation Strategy for Cork Harbour. The primary focus of the strategy is on water based Leisure and Recreation activities in and around Cork Harbour in which the Port of Cork aims to play a leading role in providing and supporting improvements of amenities in these areas. Consultation with community groups, water related clubs, statutory bodies and other interested parties will be an important feature of giving life to this strategy in the future.
In early 2010 the Port of Cork was approached by the Clipper Round the World race organising committee and asked to investigate the opportunity of the Clipper fleet coming up to Cork City Quays. With no suitable facilities available at the time, the Port of Cork quickly saw the opportunity to advance a key aspect of the leisure strategy and to provide marina facilities in the heart of Cork City.
If you are interested in booking a berth please complete the Cork City Marina Berth Request.
Please note the Port of Cork City Marina from time to time will be used for local club events. To check availability, please see the Events Calendar on the Port of Cork website