Port of Milford Haven and Pembroke Port

With capacity to accommodate a wide range of cruise vessels, our twin sites at Milford Haven (anchorage) and Pembroke Port (alongside) are a reassuring port of call. We are known for being efficient and welcoming and will help you to deliver the right experience for your passengers.

Pembrokeshire is a world-class landscape. We can help create tours that explore some of the obvious treasures such as the majestic St David’s Cathedral (located in the UK smallest city), the stunning heritage at Pembroke Castle which is the birthplace of Henry VII, and the exceptionally pretty seaside town of Tenby. And, depending on your call duration, we can even explore the home of Welsh poet, Dylan Thomas, in Laugharne or the National Botanic Gardens. And we can uncover more besides.

We’ll help you find tours that meet your passenger profile and reveal some of Pembrokeshire’s undiscovered gems. Highlights could include dedicated wildlife boat tours, walking experiences on the incredible Pembrokeshire Coast Path, a trip to one of the world’s most beautiful beaches, a movie tour, foodie experiences or even a local craft session. Or, if your passengers love life on the active side then you really couldn’t want for a better location – we can find you expert guides in kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, coasteering, sailing, kite surfing, surfing, biking, fishing and diving to name a few. Pembrokeshire really is exceptional and we are confident your passengers will think so too.

On a more practical note, we can accommodate 24/7 arrival and departure, have capacity for stores delivery, and, if needed, have extensive maritime and engineering services available locally. Both venues are close to facilities for your crew and there are strong public transportation links for visitors and crew arriving on route.

We’ll do what we can to help your cruise call run smoothly and efficiently.

 Ports

Pembroke Quay 1  
Length 164m
Beam No Restriction
Draught 6.8m
Approx. DWT No Restrictions
Pilotage & Towage *
Waste Disposal Yes
ISPS Yes
Bunkering & Fresh Water Yes
Stevedoring For Stores Yes
Pembroke Quay 2  
Length 96m
Beam No Restriction
Draught 5.8m
Approx. DWT No Restrictions
Pilotage & Towage *
Waste Disposal Yes
ISPS Yes
Bunkering & Fresh Water Yes
Stevedoring For Stores Yes
Milford Docks  
Length 100m
Beam 20m max
Draught 7.9m
Approx. DWT No Restrictions
Pilotage & Towage *
Waste Disposal Yes
ISPS Yes
Bunkering & Fresh Water Yes
Stevedoring For Stores Yes
Mildford Shelf  
Length 220m
Beam No Restriction
Draught 10m
Approx. DWT 3000t-6150t
Pilotage & Towage *
Waste Disposal Yes
ISPS Yes
Bunkering & Fresh Water Yes
Stevedoring For Stores Yes


*All Ports Pilotage compulsory, to be arranged in advance, and tugs compulsory at anchor – to be arranged by the vessel in advance.

*All Ports Dry dock and ship repair facilities available on the Milford Haven Waterway.

Location

  • Nearest Airports:

    Haverfordwest 11 km / 7 miles,
    Swansea 128 km / 80 miles,
    Cardiff International - 176 km / 110 miles
  • Nearest train stations:

    Milford Haven - 0.8 km / 0.5 miles,
    Pembroke Dock - 2.5 km / 1.5 miles
  • Distance to Town Centre:

    0.8 km / 0.5 miles
  • Security

    Security at all of the Cruise facilities within the Port of Milford Haven complies with the ISPS code at all levels. The facilities are covered by digitally recorded CCTV systems.
  • Port Services and Facilities

    Natural deep water harbour, open 24 hours, 7 days a week
    Pilotage compulsory to be arranged in advance, and tugs compulsory at anchor –to be arranged by the vessel in advance.

    Cruise call quayside services include: visitor information and entertainment, as well as shuttle buses for crew and passengers to explore the local area.

    A full range of further facilities and support services can be offered at competitive rates.

    Dry dock and ship repair facilities available on the Milford Haven Waterway.
     

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