The Port of Plymouth is a thriving trust port, located on the South Devon Coast.
Victoria Wharf handles dry cargo vessels both discharging and loading a variety of cargoes, including salt, clay, fertilisers, wood chips and project cargoes.
The dock is dredged to 6.0m. For more information click here
Cattedown Wharves, operated by the James Fisher Group, handles a variety of cargoes including our bulk liquid products, such as Petroleum Tankers, along with a variety of dry bulk and project cargoes.
The west and east berths are dredged to 7.6m and 6.3m respectively. To visit the James FIsher website click here.
Corporation Wharf, operated by the Victoria Wharf group, is the cement terminal for Plymouth, with vessels arriving mainly from Santander, Spain.
The berth is a declared NAABSA berth and is dredged to 2.0m. For more information click here.
A thriving marine business park owned by the Yacht Haven group, Turnchapel Wharf is the centre of excellence for autonomy, and a hub of maritime development and technology in Plymouth. For more information click here.
Barbican Landing Stage
The Barbican Landing Stage operates as a declared facility for cruise ship tenders, and is operated by the Cattewater Harbour Commissioners. Vessels wishing to use this facility should contact us to discuss your requirements.
Wider Port Berths
Millbay Docks, owned and operated by Associated British Ports (ABP) hosts the passenger handling facilities in Plymouth. A regular Brittany Ferries service runs from Millbay, along with cruise ship calls through the summer season. Find out more about the facilities and services available at ABP Millbay by clicking here.