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Newlyn (Cornwall)

Newlyn (Cornwall)

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Newlyn is a popular stopover point for boats en route for the Isles of Scilly or for crossing the English Channel to Brittany. Newlyn harbour is accessible at all states of the tide.
The harbour is contained by a long North Pier with its adjacent fish market and the shorter South pier which forms a 90 degree angle. Newlyn harbour entrance is 150ft (47m) wide. It is customary for visiting boats to tie up on the western side of the jetty in the central harbour to avoid the fishing boats.
Visitors' moorings are for overnight stays only and the moorings are not provided; craft must tie up beside the fishing boats. The Harbourmaster can be contacted on +44 (0) 1736 362523 or on VHF Channel 16, working Channel 12 or Channel 9.
Services include: diesel fuel from North Quay pipeline (minimum of 50 gallons or litres); nearest petrol and camping gas is at Penzance; water; showers and toilets by arrangement at Deep Sea Fishermen's station on the North Pier; local laundry facilities; slipway for trailer launches on Harbour Road with prior consultation with Harbour Commissioners; drying-out facilities for emergency use only.
1/02/2012
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Newlyn

0.1nm
266°
Small port protected by a breakwater.
27 Aug 11

Penzance (Cornwall)

1nm
32°
Penzance harbour is a popular Mount's Bay mooring point for visitors' yachts and the berth of the Scillonian ferry which travels between Penzance and the Isles of Scilly.Penzance harbour has a wet dock capable of holding craft drawing ft (4.5m) and a drying harbour. The wet dock gates ...
1 Feb 12

Mullion Cove

12nm
115°
The cove is situated on the eastern side of Mount's Bay and on the western coast of the Lizard peninsula. The harbour entrance is open to the south-west but is protected by the natural breakwater of Mullion Island half a mile (0.8 km) offshore. The village of Mullion and ...
8 Oct 15

Falmouth Falmouth Marina

18nm
78°
Falmouth Marina offers berthing for boats up to 20m (2m draft) outside the sill. Inside the sill berthing is available for boats up to 15m (1.5 draft). Annual Berth Holders, monthly visitorsand daily visitors are welcome.Electricity and water is available on the ...
8 Oct 15

St Mary's (Scilly)

31nm
249°
St Mary's  harbour is privately-owned by the Duchy of Cornwall. The harbour office is located on the Quay and is open from 08.00 - 17.00 daily.Communication with harbour office on VHF Channel 16, working Channel 14. Please contact the Harbour Master for allocation of deep water ...
1 Feb 12

Fowey

37nm
68°
Port .
27 Aug 11

Southdown Marina

49nm
70°
This marina is on the Cornish side of the River Tamar. Having passed Drake's Island in Plymouth Sound and entered the Hamoaze with Cremyll Point to port, you will find Southdown Yacht Club situated on the north side of Millbrook Lake, behind lovely Mount Edgecumbe Park. The location ...
7 Oct 15

HMNB Devonport

54nm
71°
Plus grande base navale d'Europe de l'Ouest, elle possède une superficie de2,6 km2, dont 6,4 km  d'accès à la mer. Elle dispose de 15 cales sèches, et emploie plus de 2 500 hommes, militaires et civils. HMNB Devonport est le port d'attache des navires amphibies et de la moitié ...
18 Mar 14

Plymouth Sutton Harbour Marina

56nm
73°
Sutton Harbour Marina is at the very heart of Plymouth's historic
Barbican, with its restaurants, bars, shops and laid-back waterside lifestyle. Plymouth Hoe and the City Centre are within a few minutes walk.
14 Mar 09

Salcombe

68nm
83°
1 Jan 70

Lundy Island

72nm
27°
Lundy lies off the coast of North Devon, where the Atlantic ocean meets the Bristol Channel with nothing between it and America, a granite outcrop, three miles long and half a mile wide. In the hubbub of the modern world it is a place apart, peaceful and unspoiled.
8 Oct 15
Local Area

Sole

The Sole Bank is a sand bank in the Atlantic Ocean, south-west of Cornwall. It is best known for giving its name to a sea area in the Shipping Forecast. Conventionally it is divided between the Great Sole Bank and Little Sole Bank.
8 Oct 15

Bristol Channel

The Bristol Channel (Welsh: Môr Hafren, meaning 'Severn Sea') is a major inlet in the island of Great Britain, separating South Wales fromDevon and Somerset in South West England.
8 Oct 15

NE Atlantic Ocean

The Atlantic Ocean is the second-largest of the world's oceanic divisions; with a total area of about 106.4 million square kilometres (41.1 million square miles), it covers approximately one-fifth of the Earth's surface.
The Atlantic Ocean has irregular coasts indented by numerous ...
31 Jul 11

Isles of Scilly

The Isles of Scilly with their 150 islands, islets and titled rocks are a popular destination. St Mary's is the largest of the islands.Many of the uninhabited islands are protected as nature reserves and there are some restrictions regarding landing or approach which must be ...
18 Apr 12
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