Barrow-in-Furness - Port Overview

The south-west Cumbrian Port of Barrow plays a key role in serving the offshore energy industry that has seen this region described as Britain's "energy coast". Close to the Lake District National Park, Barrow is linked to the M6 by the A590 and also has a direct connection to the national rail network. The port has 15 ha of secure open storage and is the site of BAE Systems' submarine design and manufacuring facility.

4C Offshore | Barrow-in-Furness Port
Name: Barrow-in-Furness
Owner: Associated British Ports (ABP)
Country: United Kingdom
Sea: Irish Sea
General Information
Name
Barrow-in-Furness
Operator
Associated British Ports (ABP)
Country
United Kingdom
Latitude
54.101000
Longitude
-3.230000

Can support manfacturing of...
Towers
Yes
Blades
Yes
Foundation
Yes
Cables
Yes
Nacelles
Unknown
Generators
Unknown

Capabilities
Installation Base
Yes
O & M Base
Yes

Transportation
Main Road
Access to A590
Rail Station
Barrow-in-Furness Station 2.5km
Helipad
No
Airport
Walney Island Airport is 5km from the port.

Pilot Contact
Provided by ABP contact the Harbour Master, Guy Lockwood (+44 1229 822911)

Harbour Master
Name
Guy Lockwood
Organisation
Associated British Ports (ABP)
Phone
+44 1229 822911
Email
glockwood@abports.co.uk

Commercial Manager
Name
Paul Jervis
Organisation
Associated British Ports (ABP)
Phone
+44 1514 275 971
Email
pjervis@abports.co.uk