James Watt Dock Marina

Greenock, Inverclyde, West Scotland

James Watt Dock Marina started development in 2011 and now offers around 100 berths alongside or on finger pontoons for craft ranging in size from 15ft to 200ft within a historic dock setting.

With excellent motorway and public transport connections and easy access to some of the best sailing waters at all states of tide, JWD Marina provides unbeatable opportunities for boaters


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James Watt Dock Marina
Marina Office
The Sugar Warehouse
East Hamilton Street
PA15 2UT

Telephone: +44 (0)1475 729838

VHF Channel: 80


55N 56' 46.392 -4W 44' 9.012

Video Tour of the Marina


A brief list of our marina and boatyard services are listed below:

  • Marina Services
  • Berthing for up to 100 boats
  • Toilet, Shower & Disabled Facilities
  • Diesel, Petrol and Calor Gas
  • Visitor Berths Available
  • Waste Disposal
  • High Definition CCTV Supported by Manned Security Patrols
  • Boatyard Facilities
  • 35t PPM ATT390 mobile crane with 9.6t lifting capacity
  • 20t Roodberg cradle mover
  • 6t Manitou telehandler
  • Cradle and boat stand hire
  • Under cover storage for boats
  • Under cover storage for caravans and vehicles
  • Secure boatyard with hard standing storage for 50+ boats
  • Power and water to boatyard


Greenock is a relatively small town therefore visitors can stroll around the various sites. The Esplanade is a beautiful saunter, which leads to the sparkling waters of the River Clyde. From this fine walkway, you can enjoy spectacular views right out to Kilcreggan and Helensburgh. Make your way to Craig's Top at the apex of Lyle Hill for stunning views. Greenock’s cinema, pool, ice rink, restaurants and shops, and with nearby train and bus connections the marina will be a great location for visitors.