Contacts: HM Carnlough (and Glenarm) 02828 841285 mob 07703 606763. VHF Channel 16 switching to M1 (37A)Carnlough Harbour is situated at the northern end of Carnlough Bay between Garron Point and Park Head. It is a small harbour with an inner and outer basin; the inner basin is generally full of local boats and the visitor is unlikely to find a berth there. Basically you'd be better off these days going into Glenarm; the HM says you are unlikely to get in and, if you do, it'd be rafted on to a lobster potter. There are alongside berths available on the Quay opposite the harbour entrance to the south west of the lead in marks or at the outer end of the north east pier but these are not boat friendly.
The town itself although normally quiet is a lovely spot from which to explore the Glens of Antrim and has several attractive walks close by.
The Standard Port for this coastline is Belfast....
Alongside berths in about 1.5m are available on the quay........to the SW of the lead in marks and at the outer end of the NE pier. It is a very small harbour with not very much room to manoeuvre a big boat and it also shallows to nothing at the NE end of the harbour. Berthing cost £2.50 per metre in 2019.
It is also possible to anchor about 200yards off the harbour mouth in about 5m when the weather is settled and offshore.
Water is supplied from a standpipe on the quay in the inner harbour; there are no showers but public toilets (not 24hrs) are available in the car park on the other side of the Harbour road.
There is still a petrol station on the road out of Carnlough to the South.
The Post Office has NI Tourist Rep and there are shops, a bank and ATM on the High Street.
The visitor will find plenty of pubs and restaurants as this village has become a focal point for those who want to “Get away” from the big city. There is a bank, ATM and also several small convenience stores