Getting to North Wales, Anglesey & ABC Powermarine Boat Yard.
By Road - With the A55 expressway or scenic A5 North Wales is easily accessible by road.
By Train - BANGOR is an intercity station, with services to/from London Euston, Birmingham, Manchester, Cardiff and Holyhead, and connections to the rest of Britain.
By Bus - BANGOR - National Express Bus Station has services daily
from London, Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle and Leeds.
By Ferry - Holyhead with its’ fast ferries from Dublin, is only 40 minutes away from Bangor.
If you need a sea kayak then we tend to meet at ABC Powermarine boat yard, unless a previous location has been arranged. The address, route details and a map are below.
There is plenty of free parking available, a fuel station with a snack shop and ABC Marine is well stocked in nautical and sea faring charts, flares etc. Plus we also have access to toilets.
NB: This is not a postal address
By road from the mainland: From the A55, cross the Britannia Bridge and take the first slip road, signposted Menai Bridge. Turn immediately right under the flyover and continue into Menai Bridge (A4080). At the roundabout, continue ahead and into the town square. At the junction, turn left and continue along the road (A545) towards Beaumaris for about three miles. As the road descends to the sea and comes out of the wooded section, the ABC Powermarine chandlery and fuel station are to be found on the right. Park up opposite the petrol pumps and look out for a black van with a roof rack!!
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