Harbour arrangements during Covid-19
Information about purchasing a harbour licence
A licence to berth lasts for 12 months from the start of the season, irrespective of how long the vessel is kept in the water. The duration the vessel is permitted to be kept in the water will depend on the type of vessel, the type of mooring and the insurance cover in place. Fees are non-refundable once payment has been made (unless application is unsuccessful). Please contact us on 02891 824066.to discuss any queries before submitting your application.
Unfortunately it is not currently possible to apply for a harbour licence online. We are sorry for the inconvenience and are working to resolve this issue as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience and understanding
Ards and North Down Borough Council is responsible for a number of harbours, located at:
- Cook St Pier
Due to the most recent NI Executive guidelines, all AND harbours and slipways are currently closed to all vessels, except for commercial vessels. For the latest information, please see our Covid 19 Service Update page.
When open, terms and conditions for the use of these facilities associated with the ongoing threat of community spread of Covid-19 must be adhered to (please see downloads below for further information).
- Harbour Access Guidance During Covid-19 (Updated January 2021) (pdf 61 KB)
- Return to Boating Advice from the RYA (jpg 127 KB)