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Where to Sail?

Cowes, Isle of Wight

Cowes is certainly a centre for yachtsmen around the world and the town provides its visitors with a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. The High Street is pedestrianised and is packed with independent shops, boutiques and galleries as well as chandlers stocking some of the most famous brands of sailing gear.

Cowes Yacht Haven

This marina hosts the majority of the sailing events from Round the Island Regatta, Cowes week to industry regattas such as Little Britain Challenge cup and silicon Cup. This is a full service marina with WC, Shower facilities, event centre with space for over 400 guests, WIFI and electric on the pontoons.

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Shepherds Wharf

Upstream of Cowes Yacht Haven and just a few minutes’ walk from the centre of Cowes. They offer short stay, visitor and annual berths all at very competitive rates. With visitors benefiting from free Wi-Fi, inclusive showers, and site-wide CCTV giving complete peace of mind.

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East Cowes Marina

East Cowes Marina is situated in a sheltered location on the Medina River, just upstream of Cowes town centre, with 140 visitor berths. There are supermarkets, a post office, a restaurant and café/takeaway outlets nearby in East Cowes town centre. West Cowes is also easily accessible by chain ferry or water taxi.

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The Folly Inn

The Folly Inn is a well-known pub for yachtsmen and motor boaters at the top of the medina river. The Pub offers great food, Beautiful View and Live music. There is a visitor’s pontoon opposite the Folly Inn with a River taxi ferrying people back and forwards until late.

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Yarmouth

Yarmouth is a quaint fishing, ferry and yachting village with a number of restaurants, Yacht clubs, pubs and shops.

Yarmouth Harbour

Situated in the western Solent with access to the harbour at all states of tide. Electric is available on the walk ashore pontoons at £3.50 per visit. The Harbour also boasts recently refurbished shower and toilet facilities.

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Bembridge

Located East side of the Isle of Wight, Bembridge is a large natural, sheltered harbour whose entrance is restricted by the tides. There are two villages adjacent to the harbour with good restaurants and spectacular walks.

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Lymington

Situated in the New Forest between Southampton and Bournemouth at the western end of the Solent. The Town itself is full of interesting small shops, boutiques, pubs, restaurants and Café. On a Saturday the high street has a market which origins date back to the 13th Century.

Lymington Town Quay

With 70 deep water berths and two pontoons available on a first come, first served basis, one of which is walk ashore.

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Lymington Yacht Haven

This is the first marina that comes into sight as you make your way up the river. The Yacht Haven has luxurious facilities from Showers and washrooms, laundrette, Haven Bar and Restaurant, Chandlery and Convenience store.

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Berthon Marina

With 280 deep water, well protected berths for yachts up to 45 meters. Full Marina facilities are available including showers, laundrette, shore power, water and ice. This marina is only a 5 minute walk from the town.

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Beaulieu

Centrally located in the Solent, close to the sailing centres of Cowes, Lymington and Hamble. Beaulieu River and estate is one of the few privately owned rivers in the world, Buckler's Hard has been in the private ownership of the Montagu family since it was founded in 1724. It was here that wooden ships for the English Fleet were built and the village today retains much of the atmosphere of its shipbuilding origins.

Full Marina facilities including Fuel, WC, Showers, Electric and Laundrette.

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Poole

Poole Harbour has many things to see and do from Shops, Walks, views, nature reserves, beaches and sailing events.

Poole Quay boat haven

Easy access too many restaurants, cafés and Bars with 125 serviced visitor berths. There are no tidal restrictions, Showers, toilets and Electric.

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Port of Poole Marina

Poole newest marina with a £1 million investment, perfectly positioned in a peaceful location. Free water taxi to Poole Quay, full facilities including new showers, WC, Laundrette and electric.

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Dartmouth

Dartmouth harbour is a natural port located in darmouth, Devon. Dartmouth hosts the second largest regatta in the UK ‘Darmouth Regatta Sailing Week’

Dart Marina Yacht Harbour

Dart Marina is positioned within the Dartmouth deep water estuary, next to the Dart Marina Hotel and spa. Offering individual bathroom facilities, fully equipped laundry, luxury health spa, fitness suite, Pool and Steam Room.

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Weymouth

Weymouth Harbour is north east of Portland in sheltered waters of Weymouth Bay. Weymouth Bay, with golden beaches, Georgian esplanade and a picturesque old harbour. Prevailing winds are South Westerly and the port can be entered at any state of the tide

Weymouth Marina

Modern purpose built marina with designated visitor area and finger berths, water, electric, showers and washroom facilities, Free WIFI.

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Chichester

A natural harbour, picturesque countryside and famous cathedral. Chichester Marina is family friendly and ideal location for boaters of all levels.

Chichester Lock – Lock operates 24 hours a day, please read lock guide before leaving the Marina.

Chichester Marina

Marina reception is open 24 hours a day, full marina facilities including electric, laundrette, showers and toilets. Chichester Marina also has two restaurants, Chichester Yacht Club and Boat House Café

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Channel Islands and France

The Islands are extremely attractive, lightly populated areas to visit with many sandy beaches. Small towns of Brittany are enchanting ad geared to summer holidays.

The Marinas are conveniently spaced along the coasts and cope well with Yacht Traffic

  • Alderney – Braye Harbour
  • Guernsey – St Peters Port, Herm and Sark
  • Jersey – Les Ecrehous, Les Minguiers
  • France – St Vaast, Cherbourg, Pielette, Granville, St Malo and many more