Located near the lovely town of Helensburgh, Rhu Marina is easy to find by road, rail or sea.
Arriving by boat?
Rhu Marina lies on the east side of the Gareloch on the north side of the Firth Of Clyde (latitude: 560 00’ 70N longitude: 040 46’ 57W). The marina entrance is between the concrete floating breakwaters, marked by red and green conical markers and lights which flash every 4 seconds. Approxmately 30 metres from the entrance is a green channel marker (starboard hand approaching the marina entrance). This lit buoy flashes every 5 seconds and marks the end of a sunken rock causeway on the extension to the breakwater. Boats must leave this buoy on the correct hand to avoid the rocks (exposed at Low water). The speed limit in the Rhu channel is 7Knots.
Rhu Marina, Pier Road, Rhu, by Helensburgh, G84 8LH
Latitude: 560 00’ 70N
Longitude: 040 46’ 57W
Travelling by car?
Rhu Marina is easy to reach by road via the M8. Follow the signs for Loch Lomond (A82) then follow the signs for Helensburgh and continue to Rhu, the Marina is on the left-hand side at the start of the village.
Choosing public transport?
Rhu Marina is 24 miles from Glasgow city centre, trains run every 30 minutes from Glasgow Queen Street Station to Helensburgh Central (2 miles from the Marina). There is also a direct service from Edinburgh Waverly to Helensburgh Centre every hour. Helensburgh upper station has a service to Oban, Fort William and Mallaig with 6 trains per day.