Categories: News, Peel PortsPublished On: 15.06.2020239 words1.2 min read

Inchgreen is a first class multi-modal port located on the firth of Clyde with road and sea access. It offers a wide-range of development opportunities and has been identified in the National Renewables Infrastructure Plan (NRIP) as a potential offshore renewables site.

The site comprises of one of Europe’s largest dry dock facilities, a repair quay and extensive land suitable for development.

It offers infrastructure that enables efficient logistics and is ideally suited to:

  • Decommissioning
  • Vessel mobilisation
  • Project cargo
  • Supporting the offshore sector
  • Port related activities
  • Marine construction or ship repair

The site also boasts immediate links to Peel Ports purpose built container facilities at Greenock Ocean Terminal, two miles West.



Operational dry dock, berthing quay and adjoining land with road and sea access One of Scotland’s largest dry docks, 305m long x 45m wide
Repair quay, 390m long, with a minimum water depth of 7.5m, capable of increasing to a dredged depth of 9m Berthage and direct access to the deep water channel in the Firth of Clyde
Existing warehouse space 27,000 sq ft of space available for use Facilities suitable for a variety of uses in addition to established uses of ship repairing marine construction
Flexible lease terms Local engineering and waste handling services and expertise
Proximity to scrap flows for recycling and onward sale Availability of lay up areas nearby at Loch Striven and Firth of Clyde anchorages


Source Peel Ports website