We always have great feedback from berth holders whether permanent or visiting customers and here's what they say:

“The four years in Milford Haven have been very pleasant, and it is much nicer to be berthed in a real port, with the bustle and the trawlers, than in a dormitory marina.  Best wishes to all the marina staff, and many thanks for making it a pleasant place.”

John Guilfoyle

“I love Milford Marina, if I had a platform on which to sell and project what you have in those docks I would sing it from the rooftops.
There is a certain something, an X factor which cannot be described or replicated, maybe its a feeling of belonging, community or family, the interaction, the inclusive nature, the welcome, the feeling of home, the people or most probably its all these things combined.
Every marina has water, pontoons and showers but not every marina has what Milford Marina has (being in the marine trade I have seen and visited a few).”

Chris Lewis

"We’re nearing retirement and decided to get back to a life on the sea. Halcyon, our newly acquired 45’ long 32 ton boat, wide beamed, she’s not the easiest to berth. But she’s a roomy stable motorsailer solidly built in Scotland with lots of character and good go-anywhere sea-legs. Initially berthed in Cornwall, Halcyon needed a home closer to our Midlands based family. Having researched several marinas, Milford Haven came out on top. The Milford Marina team went out of their way to help us find a suitable berth at an affordable price. The pontoons are modern and fully serviced. Showers, laundry, restaurants, supermarkets and a rail link are all on-site or within easy walking distance. An excellent helpful chandlery in also on site. 

The first week in Milford confirmed our decision to berth Halcyon here was good. There’s a friendly cordial atmosphere inside this marina, helped by friendly marina staff and locals."

Mark Fenlon