54° 33.18’ N, 03° 35.82’ W
VHF Channel 12, radio call sign: "Whitehaven Sea Lock"
There are no known off-lying dangers on the approaches to Whitehaven Harbour. Entering the harbour on a flood or ebb tide, hold close towards the North Pier Head until lined up for the axis of the Sea Lock. Avoid passing close to the West Pier Head as a bar is evident in this vicinity.
At junction 40 of the M6 (Penrith) take the A66 towards Keswick, and on to Workington. Turn left on to the A595 to Whitehaven and follow the signs for Whitehaven Marina.
Stagecoach Cumbria runs a regular bus service from Carlisle to Whitehaven. Visit www.stagecoachbus.com for details.
To Whitehaven Marina by rail: Whitehaven is on the Carlisle to Barrow, West Cumbrian Coast rail line. The station is a five minute walk from the marina. For further information and timetables visit www.nationalrail.co.uk.
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