Port Capacity, Onsite Facilities & Infrastructure

Pembroke Port has a range of onsite facilities and capabilities. We will work with you to identify the Port facilities that offer you maximum project efficiency and ultimately help to enhance your bottom line profitability.

Excellent facilities in a secure site

Pembroke Port is a busy port on the UK's west coast in close proximity to the Irish Sea and Bristol Channel. It's a secure site with around-the-clock accessibility.

With excellent onsite facilities, Pembroke Port is a flexible cargo, layover and fabrication hub. Our team has an enviable reputation for the level of support and help they provide and the wealth of experience they bring to any task. Pembroke Port is home to a diverse range of businesses and projects including ship building, marine renewables and transportation.

Pembroke Port has three key operating hubs:

Gate 1: Specialist and general cargo, layover and supplies hub, fabrication 

Specialising in the transportation of bulk and breakbulk cargo and heavy lift cargoes - from animal feed and aggregates to refinery components and renewables devices. Extensive storage and laydown facilities as well as fabrication space options. Delivers emergency, short term and planned layover and supplies options for shipping and sea-based operations.

  • Quayside lengths accommodating up to 164m max vessel length
  • Walled site with CCTV coverage and 24/7 security
  • Storage and laydown areas including alongside lay-by
  • Bunkering (afloat or alongside)
  • Weighbridge
  • Internal and external fabrication space
  • Plant equipment, cranes, tugs, workboats and crane barges
  • SNAP parking
  • Fleet and explosives licences

Gates 2 & 3: Ro-Pax ferry terminal

Operating a year round, twice daily freight and passenger ferry service from Wales to Ireland with Irish Ferries, with the capacity to expand.

  • Ferry capacity for up to 185m max vessel length with a 7.5m control depth
  • Passenger ferry terminal with transit lounge
  • RoRo freight service
  • Double deck linkspan
  • Freight storage area and transit lounge
  • CCTV coverage and 24/7 security
  • Bunkering
  • Weighbridge

Gate 4: Fabrication, energy and development projects

A multi-opportunity area used for energy projects, ship building and repairs, fabrication and transport operators.

  • Two slipways (and cradle)
  • Two berth jetty with capacity for 151m max vessel length
  • Multiple property units for long and short term rental (from office spaces to large footprint industrial units)
  • Internal and external fabrication space
  • Plant equipment, cranes, tugs, workboats and crane barges

Pembroke Port Developments

In addition to the facilities above, there are numerous construction projects underway at Pembroke Port as part of the Pembroke Dock Marine project. These include the creation of a new supersize slipway, a new pontoon for workboat berthing, an additional 17,000sqm of laydown space and the development of new office and workshop spaces.

Get in touch to find out about what we can offer your business.


Pembroke Dock Marine is funded by the UK Government and Welsh Government through the Swansea Bay City Deal, and through the public and private sectors. It is also part funded by the European Regional Development Fund through the Welsh Government.

Swansea Bay City Deal

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Quay dimensions

Control depths are subject to survey. Please contact us to check latest data.

 location Quay length (m) Max vessel length (m) Control depth (M)
Gate 1: Quay 1  180m 164m

Approach - 4.6m

Gate 1: Quay 2 100m 90m

Approach - 3.7m

Gate 1: Quay 3 65m  40m

Approach - 2.4m

Gates 2 & 3: Ferry Terminal 190m 185m 6.8m

 *depends on berth box - clarify with the Pembroke Port team

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