The Edinburgh Marina was developed to provide a between the tides refuge for the two sailing clubs located at Granton.

It also became the only near-all tide access to the City of Edinburgh without going further up river to Port Edgar under the bridges.

It is within a short drive or bus ride from the centre of the City.

You will find here some pictures of the Marina, the approach at low water and the surrounding waters of Edinburgh and the Firth of Forth.

Edinburgh Marina approach at low water
Low water approach from pontoon
Biannual visit of Helgoland Race
A Busy Pontoon
Abbey on Inchcolm Island
Bass Rock
One of our larger visitors
The nearby Island of Inchmickery at low water
The village of Aberdour across the Forth

The EML pontoon is open for visiting boats, but we would urge visitors to follow government guidelines before travelling and adhere closely to any Covid restrictions in place.