Our delightful marina, set on the banks of the River Coquet in the beautiful unspoilt Northumberland countryside.
Fine produce and delicious food for all occasions,the original Old Boat House restaurant is based at the picturesque Amble harbour.
A family run business operating boat trips out to Coquet Island, sailing from the dock steps at Amble harbour for over 40 years.

The Coquet Shorebase Trust is a community based charity located on the Northumberland coast at Amble. We utilise water based activity to enhance the lives of people of all ages from 8 years old.

Amble Boat Company was established in 1995 and lies between Amble Marina and Warkworth Harbour. The yards history dates back to 1870, with a proud reputation for building the finest North East fishing cobles.
The Harbour Village hosts 15 fantastic independently run retail 'pods' providing a range of wonderful, bespoke gifts and unique art and crafts as well as delicious food and drink. Also at the Harbour Village is the Northumberland Seafood Centre, which sells fresh, locally caught fish and shellfish.
The RNLI at Amble, we work in close co-operation with the Maritime Coast Guard Agency (MCA), liaising with the Humber Maritime Rescue Control Centre.
The shack is owned by renowned local chef Martin Charlton who also runs The Old Boat House restaurant.
Alliance Fish Amble was established in 1998 by a group of local fisherman who collectively have over a hundred's years experience within the fishing industry.
Coquet Yacht Club (CYC) is an active sailing club, with a great social scene.  Over the last year the club has grown substantially, and now boasts around 200 members, many of whom are actively involved in a variety of club activities.
We are a friendly community club based in Amble. Our aim is to build our own St Ayles Skiffs and then use them as a basis for coastal rowing activities.
Amble boat club is based on the coquet river, Why not apply to become a member.
Find out all you need to know before visiting Warkworth Harbour and Amble.