Port of Holyhead

Located on the Isle of Anglesey, the Port of Holyhead is the gateway to North Wales and Snowdonia. A warm welcome and local entertainment can be found right at the quayside on every cruise call. Passengers and crew can use the dedicated internet suite free of charge or browse in the gift shop for locally-made crafts and gifts. The friendly and helpful tourist information team is available on the quayside to provide visitor information and itinerary planning; ensuring visitors can make the most of their stay. Coach parking is available at the quayside and a free shuttle bus runs from the Port of Holyhead to the town centre and shopping area for cruise-ship passengers and crew.

Holyhead is a 24 hour, deep water, lock-free port. One of the UK's busiest ferry ports, security complies entirely with the ISPS code. The Port is covered by a sophisticated digitally recorded CCTV system and is regularly inspected by Government Maritime Security Inspectors. There is an anchorage point available for vessels over 300 metres with tender action through the Marina – for further information.

 Ports

Cruise Jetty  
Length 300m
Beam No Restriction
Draught 10m
Approx. DWT 10,000t
Pilotage & Towage Compulsory on demand          
Waste Disposal Yes
ISPS Yes
Bunkering & Fresh Water Yes
Stevedoring For Stores Yes
Inner Harbour  
Length 100m
Beam No Restriction
Draught 4m
Approx. DWT 2500t
Pilotage & Towage Compulsory on demand 40m+
Waste Disposal Yes
ISPS Yes
Bunkering & Fresh Water Yes
Stevedoring For Stores Yes

 

Location 

  • Nearest Airport:

    Valley: 8km / 5 miles
    Manchester: 195km / 122 miles/li>
  • Nearest train station:

    400 metres
  • Distance to Town Centre:

    0.8 km / 0.5 miles
  • Security

    Holyhead Port is one of the UK's busiest ferry ports and therefore its security complies entirely with the ISPS code. The Port is regularly inspected by Government Maritime Security Inspectors.

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