Finding your way to Weymouth is simple, whether you're travelling by rail, road or boat.
Arriving by boat?
Enter Weymouth harbour, passing the moorings and rafted boats along the quay. Listen to bridge information on VHF Ch 12. If the bridge is shut, there is a free waiting pontoon on the port side just before the bridge. Low boats may be able to pass under the closed bridge, you can see the clearance height gauge on the bridge If you have a wait for the next bridge, there is a conveniently placed pub right beside the pontoon. Please call us to confirm a berth whilst you are waiting.
Once you are through the bridge the channel turns to starboard. The pontoons on the port side belong to the council marina. Weymouth Marina is at the head of the channel and can be easily identified by the green boatfolk signs.
Weymouth Marina, 70 Commercial Road, Weymouth, Dorset, DT4 8NA.
Latitude: 50* 36.75’ N
Longitude: 2* 27.45’W
Travelling by car?
From the east and west follow the A35 to Dorchester, from the north west it’s the A37 you need. At Dorchester take the A354 down the hill towards Weymouth.
At the Jurassic roundabout take the second exit onto Weymouth Relief road. Then, take the second exit at the Veasta roundabout.
Continue straight on at Manor roundabout onto Weymouth Way, taking the first exit at Chafeys roundabout.
Take a left at the traffic lights and continue over Westham bridge. At the next lights turn right onto commercial road, where the marina will be on your right hand side.
Choosing public transport
Weymouth Marina can be easily reached by train from London Waterloo (3 hours) or Bristol Temple Meads (2.5 hours). Weymouth train station is approximately 10 minutes walk from the marina.