The North Wales Coastline certainly is one of beauty and significance, best enjoyed via Yacht Charter

With miles and miles of gorgeous shoreline, featuring carved stone coves, green and blue estuaries teaming with avian life, wide open azure bays perfect for sailing and admiring the views. 

A Fresh Perspective

North Wales has a great many breathtaking locations which when sailed past via a yacht offer a completely new and awesome perspective reserved for those who have access to a life of water.

From Castles to towering Limestone headlands, romantic islets and stunning wildlife.

North Wales’ coastline is teaming with marine wildlife, aquatic life such as dolphins and orca are known to be found swimming alongside vessels in a friendly and accompanying manner. needless to say, those who experience this say that it is among the most amazing experiences of their lives.

North Wales is surrounded on all sides by breathtaking open water, with a wealth of marinas available to dock for almost any period of time. It’s an ideal location to have marine journey, with the option of venturing all up the Welsh coast. A popular route is from Conwy, a loop around the scenic island of Anglesey, before heading back to Conwy to port in either Conwy in either Deganwy marina.

Here are our favourite beautiful locations in North Wales, all in an order which you can happily enjoy in a roundabout route by taking advantage of yacht charter.

Conwy Castle

This ancient seat of power in the Conwy region was built by the old king of England in order to plant control upon the area, however it has now been reclaimed by the Welsh, if you look at it’s flagpole, the Welsh Dragon flies high over the castle walls. This gorgeous setting against the azure backdrop of the Conwy estuary is a great site to behold.


Conwy Castle


Puffin Island

Named for the colony of puffins that call this glorious outcrop of rock home, and breeding ground – as well as the location of one of the largest cormorant colony in the UK – a spectacular location to sail past.


Menai Strait

The narrow and relatively shallow strait which separates Anglesey from mainland wales, during high tide you can easily sail over this great stretch of water.



Similar to Conwy this is an ancient castle harbour town which is a very beautiful place to check out indeed. If you can, stop by the famous Black Boy Inn for a traditional Welsh pub dinner.


Caernarfon Castle, North Wales

Llanddwyn Island

Known as ‘The Island of Lovers’, located just off the shores of the fantastically scenic Newborough Beach, is a famously beautiful location and is a favourite of filmmakers.


South Stack lighthouse

Also located off the shores of the famed isle of Anglesey is the lighthouse which stands on the South Stack. This incredibly photogenic lighthouse is a tourist and photographer’s favourite, it’s towering position makes it a great location to see for sure.


How best to enjoy this awesome seascape?

– The answer is Yacht Charter.


What is Yacht chartering?

Think of it as rental for yachts, where they can be hired or ‘chartered’ at a coastal destination for any period of time. This way, you get all the enjoyment of a yacht without having to buy one, if financial or practicality issues prevent you from doing so. Yacht Charter is supplied extensively to the area.

A yacht can be made available to you basically anywhere in the world, but of course it would have to be at a coastal location where you will have access to the open ocean.





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