The Port of Plymouth is a thriving trust port, located on the South Devon Coast. The port boasts good connections to a variety of national and international ports including cargoes to Mexico, Spain and Central America.
Victoria Wharf handles dry cargo vessels both discharging and loading a variety of cargoes, including salt, clay, fertilisers, wood chips and project cargoes. Victoria Wharf also has an in house agents, Sanders Stevens, who can assist all types of vessels wishing to call at Plymouth.
Cattedown Wharves, operated by the James Fisher Group, handles a variety of cargoes including our bulk liquid products, such as Petroleum Tankers.
Corporation Wharf, operated by the Victoria Wharf group, is the cement terminal for Plymouth, with vessels discharging their cargoes from Santander, Spain, and beyond.
A developing marine business park owned by the Yacht Haven group, Turnchapel Wharf is the hub of maritime development and technology in Plymouth.
Wider Port Berths
Millbay Docks, 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.