|Position:||Lat 54 05.3 N||Lon 04 46.3 W|
Port Erin is a quiet seaside resort which can accommodate small craft and small inshore fishing vessels.
Regular cruising trips depart from here to the Calf of Man from Easter to late September. Port Erin is also known for its diving facilities.
Commercial activities centre on occasional cruise liners which anchor within the bay as weather conditions suit and land passengers by tender.
See navigation advice in related links.
- Berths available
- Mooring:Two yellow can type buoys are available for visitors in the bay, offer good protection except in strong west winds, all year round up to 5M. The use of a chain preventer is strongly advised
- Raglan Pier:can accommodate craft up to 3M draft
- Jetty: can accommodate small craft up to 1.4M draft
On approach it is important to pass the Green conical buoy marking the ruined breakwater to starboard which is uncovered at ½ ebb. At Night the leading lights 099 degrees (Front White tower with red band F.R.10m5M, Rear white column red band F.R.19m 5M) mark a course well to the north of the danger.
- Emergency Telephone at Raglan Pier (available 24 hours)
- Fresh water
- 220-250V AC
- Showers and toilets (including disabled toilet)
- Waste bins (contact harbour office for disposal of oil)
- Petrol and diesel from local garage
- Chandler and marine engineer 6 miles
- Waste - bins are available on quay and Harbour Yard – contact Harbour Office for other waste
Town amenities (early closing Thursday):
- Post Office
- Hotel accommodation
Harbour Office opening hours:
Office closed. Please contact Port St Mary Office:
Port St Mary Harbour Office
Port St Mary
+44 1624 833205, Mobile (Southern Duty Officer): +44 7624 460096
Port Erin Harbour Office
+44 1624 833205, Mobile (Southern duty officer): +44 7624 451503
Out of hours contact:
+44 1624 686612 (24 hour)