SHIPS, HARBOURS & PORTS : UNITED KINGDOM
 
CHANNEL ISLANDS
Guernsey
  • → [ Guernsey Film Commission ]

  • [Film locations of all types including ships, harbours, coastline, beaches and bays]
    Guernsey
    Jersey
  • → [ Island of Jersey ]

  • [Wonderful seascapes with rocky coves, a tidal range of up to 12 metres on Spring tides, harbours jetties and quays]

    ENGLAND
    Bristol
  • → [ Bristol Film Office ]

  • [Bristol Has a historic harbour and working port with a large selection of heritage properties and authentic Victorian and Georgian streets]
    Bristol Film Office
  • → [ The Great Western Dockyard ]

  • [Home to two remarkable vessels available as unique locations to filmmakers - The Matthew a three masted square-rigged caravel - The SS Great Britain the first of the great luxury ocean liners]

    Cheshire
  • → [ North West Vision ]

  • [A FREE one stop shop filming liaison service for all aspects of filming in England's Northwest]

    Cornwall
  • → [ Caerhays Castle & Estate ]

  • [Porthluney Beach at Caerhays is privately owned. It is a secluded beach with a large expanse of sand that is not overlooked by any buildings]
    Caerhays Castle & Estate
  • → [ The Duchy of Cornwall Estate ]

  • [Steeped in history and, as such, offers film-makers, and all who visit her, unique locations]
    The Duchy of Cornwall Estate
  • → [ Barn Pool at Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park ]

  • [The surrounding country park has within it 55 listed buildings and heritage sites including Barn Pool. A sheltered deep water anchorage used by Vikings in 997. Offshore is the shipwreck Catharina von Flensburg, 1786]
    Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park
  • → [ Blockhouse at Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park ]

  • [The surrounding country park has within it 55 listed buildings and heritage sites including Blockhouse. c.1545 - a small fort built on the shoreline in King Henry VIII's reign, to defend the mouth of the Tamar and the Edgcumbe's town of Stonehouse opposite]
    Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park
  • → [ Coastguard Station at Rame at Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park ]

  • [The surrounding country park has within it 55 listed buildings and heritage sites including Coastguard Station at Rame. Originally a Lloyds Signal Station, where signaling was done from passing ships to the station by flags during the day and by lights at night, it became a radio station in 1905, then transferred to the Coastguards c.1925. It is now run by Coastwatch]
    Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park
  • → [ Cremyll Ferry at Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park ]

  • [The surrounding country park has within it 55 listed buildings and heritage sites including Cremyll Ferry. c.1204 - a major ferry crossing between Devon and Cornwall since Medieval times]
    Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park
  • → [ Mylor Yacht Harbour Ltd ]

  • [There is a strong sense of maritime history and activity within the intimate confines of the harbour and creek areas. The last remaining oyster fishing fleet that uses only sail is moored here along with over 370 boats of various sizes and shapes]
  • → [ Port Pendennis Marina ]

  • [A superior and friendly marina in a sheltered corner of Falmouth Harbour with inner and outer harboars and special facilities for superyachts]
  • → [ Port Pendennis Waterfront House ]

  • [Spectacular, architect designed four bedroom house built on the beach with outstanding views]
  • → [ Square Sail Shipyard ]

  • [A Georgian Period Harbour with a lock-in facility controlling the water levels for the inner harbour basin, providing a unique 'film tank' facility]
    Square Sail Shipyard

    Cumbria
  • → [ North West Vision ]

  • [A FREE one stop shop filming liaison service for all aspects of filming in England's Northwest]

    Devon
  • → [ Cranham House ]

  • [Set in 18 acres of bluebell woods and wild flower meadows it has ideal locations with dramatic cliff top sea views from the fields of the property and garden of the house]
  • → [ English Riviera ]

  • [As the Best of British destinations, with a sheltered bay, stunning coastline and perfect mix of seaside towns and genteel South Devon country villages, the English Riviera provides the ideal location for filming]

    Essex
  • → [ Vanguard ]

  • [An historical 45' Dredger designed by Norman Dallimore with deck space and stability]

    Hampshire
  • → [ Portsmouth Film Office ]

  • [For historic ships, castles & forts, Victorian structures and modern architecture choose Portsmouth the waterfront city]
    Portsmouth Film Office
  • → [ Heritage Steamships of Southampton ]

  • [Steamships that capture the 20th century at sea. Both are owned by charitable trusts and both are part of the National Historic Fleet]
    • → [ Steamship “Shieldhall” ]

    • [She remains virtually “as built” and is fully operational with a passenger certificate for up to 200 passengers and is fully self-sufficient to provide heat, light and power at sea with full galley facilities]
    • → [ Steam Tug “Challenge” ]

    • [She is the last of the seagoing Thames steam tugs (retired 1973). Re-boilered and fully updated in 2012 she now has her 1945 appearance. At sea she can carry 12 non-paying guests. She is an ideal photographic ship providing a low, steady and wide platform]

    ISLE OF WIGHT
  • → [ Cowes Yacht Haven ]

  • [The world's premier yachting event centre and marina]

    Kent
  • → [ Kent Film Office ]

  • [Offers a wide and diverse range of locations that includes ships, harbours & coastline]
    Kent Film Office

    Lancashire
  • → [ North West Vision ]

  • [A FREE one stop shop filming liaison service for all aspects of filming in England's Northwest]

    London
  • → [ The Cutty Sark ]

  • [Tea Clipper ship]
  • → [ Greenwich Film Unit ]

  • [Has an industrial fabric with its riverside wharves]

    Manchester
  • → [ North West Vision ]

  • [A FREE one stop shop filming liaison service for all aspects of filming in England's Northwest]

    Merseyside
  • → [ North West Vision ]

  • [A FREE one stop shop filming liaison service for all aspects of filming in England's Northwest]

    Norfolk
  • → [ The Muckleburgh Collection ]

  • [300 acres of beautiful grounds on the North Norfolk coast]

    Somerset
  • → [ The Porlock Manor Estate ]

  • [A stunning tract of country in west Somerset where Exmoor tumbles to the sea. The gem of the Estate is the ancient port of Porlock Weir where historic buildings cluster round the unspoilt harbour, offering many ideal locations for filming and photography]

    Suffolk
  • → [ Lowestoft Haven Marina ]

  • [Situated within the most easterly point in England with direct access to the sea and the Norfolk/Suffolk Broads this split site caters for most type of marine vessels from 5m-26m within a marina pontoon berth setting with large berths for excellent manoeuvrability]
  • → [ Ipswich Haven Marina ]

  • [Enjoys close proximity to all the bustling shopping centres, restaurants, cinemas and museums that this county town of Suffolk has to offer. The train station is only 10 minutes walk away, where there are regular connections to London, Cambridge and Norwich, all taking just over an hour to get to]

    Sussex
  • → [ Eastbourne Film Liaison Unit ]

  • [Offers a range of easily accessible and stunning locations such as Beachy Head, Falling Sands and the Belle Tout Lighthouse]
    Eastbourne Film Liaison Unit

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    SHIPS, HARBOURS & PORTS : WALES
     
    Regions of Wales
  • → [ Ribride ]

  • [Ribride are able to provide Seagoing Camera Platforms and are able to arrange safety boats and anything else you will need when Filming at Sea in the area]

    Anglesey
  • → [ Holyhead Maritime Museum ]

  • [The Holyhead Maritime Museum is a perfect location for certain types of Period Film & TV Drama. It is a former boathouse with slipway and it was the location for the wartime film "Western Approaches" which was commissioned by the Admiralty]

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    SHIPS, HARBOURS & PORTS : NORTHERN IRELAND
     
    Regions of Northern Ireland
  • → [ Northern Ireland Film and Television Commission ]

  • [Established to accelerate the development of a dynamic and sustainable film and television industry
    Northern Ireland Film and Television Commission

    Antrim
  • → [ W5 Centre Belfast ]

  • [An impressive modern contemporary building providing wonderful views across Belfast harbour]
    W5 Centre Belfast

    Co. Down
  • → [ Crawfordsburn Country Park ]

  • [Full of variety, rugged coastline, sandy beaches, deep wooded glen with an impressive waterfall, a pond and wildflower meadows]
    Crawfordsburn Country Park

    Co. Tyrone
  • → [ Ulster American Folk Park ]

  • [The Brig Union emigrant ship is recreated at the dockside gallery complete with a shipping agent's house originally built in 1821]
    Ulster American Folk Park

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    SHIPS, HARBOURS & PORTS : SCOTLAND
     
    NATIONWIDE
  • → [ Scotland Tours ]

  • [Breathtaking coastline, harbours, ports, beaches, cliffs remote islands.. Scotland has them all]

    Argyll
  • → [ Eilean Shona House ]

  • [Eilean Shona is a privately owned island of some 2000 acres set at the entrance of Loch Moidart and has Shoe Bay; a pure white sand beach with azure sea tucked away on the South Western tip]
    Eilean Shona House
  • → [ The Isle of Eriska Hotel, Spa and Island ]

  • [A flat, tidal island at the entrance to Loch Creran on the west coast of Scotland. Privately owned, the 300 acres island is lagely schist and slate and has woodland, rugged beaches, rugged hill side and a partly submerged Crannog (fortified dwelling) dating from the Bronze Age around 200BC]
  • → [ Sithe Mor House ]

  • [An elegant Victorian Scottish Country House built in the Baronial style on the shores of Loch Awewith with its own bay beach and jetty and enjoys private fishing rights]
    Sithe Mor House

    Berwickshire
  • → [ Cove Harbour ]

  • [The piers were designed by Joseph Mitchell, pupil of Thomas Telford, in 1828. The rock-cut tunnel and cellars were cut in 1752 for Sir John Hall of Dunglass]

    Stranraer
  • → [ Corsewall Lighthouse Hotel ]

  • [Has the charm and romance of an 1815 functioning lighthouse with the comforts of a small very unique luxury hotel and restaurant]

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