Electricity is available on the pontoons at our marinas, and charged on a per unit basis.
The marina’s power supply is 230V, 50Hz and the marina’s socket outlet will accommodate a standard blue 16A marina plug. Ensure cables are clean and free from damage, do not allow them to fall into the water. Be sure to follow best practice guidelines for plugging into shoreside power for the safety of yourself and other marina users.
Berth holder power
If you’re a berth holder, you can view your balance and top up your electricity online from your MyPremier account. Our newest system means you can see all the sockets that have been assigned to you and switch your supply on or off via MyPremier and the Premier Marinas App. You can also control the supply to more than one boat. If you choose to visit another of our marinas with the same system, your balance simply moves with you.
Power for visitors
If you are visiting and would like electricity during your stay, please contact Marina Reception on VHF Channel 80 or via telephone. Overnight berthing includes a standard electricity allowance regardless of the length of your stay, which is usually enough for a typical visit, but can be topped up if needed. Additional credit is available from reception. See our pricing here.
Using marina electricity
Take care when using our marina electricity to avoid damaging your boat or other vessels. Ensure your boat’s wiring complies with the appropriate standards and you have a working isolating transformer fitted. For a full outline of the best practice when plugging into electricity ashore at the marina, read our guide to using shoreside power safely.
Universal Marina features
Universal Marina has all the services you’d expect from a premium marina.