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A full service marine yard, in the North East of Chichester harbour, very close to the historic city of Chichester.  We can look after all aspects of your precious boat. Yacht restoration and re-fitting, boat storage, moorings and engineering.

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Dell Quay Marine, Dell Quay Yacht Yard Dell Quay, Chichester West Sussex.  PO20 7EE

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Chichester Marina and Harbour: a guide

Alison Wood

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  • March 10, 2023

Tranquil Chichester Marina and the surrounding harbour is the perfect destination for sailors with time to explore this area of natural beauty, as Alison Wood reports

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Chichester Marina is situated adjacent to the rolling West Sussex countryside. Credit: Premier Credit: Premier Marinas

Surrounded by countryside, Chichester Harbour in Sussex is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), covering almost 7,400 hectares.

Distinctive tidal channels lead to a maze of inlets that criss-cross expanses of saltmarsh and mudflats.

An aerial view of yachts moored in a river

Aerial view out to seaward taken from Bosham. Credit: David A Easterly/Alamy

The shoreline is fringed by oak trees and vegetation, and there are centuries-old villages to explore, with mills, fishermens’ cottages and maritime traditions.

With 56 miles of shoreline walks, you can discover Chichester Harbour by foot as well as by boat, especially at low tide when much of the harbour is drying.

Chichester Marina

Chichester Marina was one of the first marinas to be built in the UK, opening in the mid-1960s, with a state-of-the-art boatyard being rebuilt in 2014.

Despite being the UK’s second largest marina its rural setting and low-key architecture add to the tranquil vibe, with nature walks right on the doorstep.

Holder of a Five Gold Anchors award, Premier Chichester marina is home to 1,100 berths, a boatyard with two boat hoists, slipway and boatshed.

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Chichester Marina sits comfortably in its natural surroundings. Credit: Charlie Ross

On-site services include a chandlery, brokerage, rigging , cosmetic work, valeting and engineering.

The Boat House offers indoor and outdoor eating with harbour views and has a pizza oven which sells out on summer days.

Nearby Chichester Yacht Club is open day and night for food and coffee, and marina berth-holders and visitors have guest access.

A nice walk from the marina along the wooded, harbourside path takes you to Dell Quay, where you’ll find the traditional Crown & Anchor pub.

Facilities at Chichester Marina

Boats can be accommodated up to 22m length, 7m beam and 2.3m draught. Versadock (drive-on floating dock) is available as well as trailer sailer options for smaller craft.

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The marina offers secure berth holder parking, luxury toilets and showers and free wifi. For family and friends, or owners not wanting to stay overnight aboard, Premier has nine New England-style apartments ‘The Salterns’ situated within the marina.

Approach to Chichester Marina

Approach by sea is via the west pole beacon – cross Chichester Bar located at the entrance to the harbour. Once inside the harbour, head north-east past East Head and towards Itchenor.

The marina approach channel is dredged to approx. 0.5m below CD – vessels entering the marina should keep to the starboard side of the channel.

Chichester Bar is located at the entrance to the harbour and is dredged to approximately 1.5m below chart datum giving a depth of 2m at mean low water Springs; however, the bottom can vary up to 0.75m.

A tidal gauge in Chichester harbour

One to keep an eye on – tidal gauge indicates sill depth at the entrance to Emsworth harbour. Credit: Tony Cortazzi/Alamy

With an ebb tide and strong southerly winds, exercise caution and cross the Bar between three hours before and one hour after high water Springs.

As you approach Longmore Point ensure your VHF is on Ch80; on passing Birdham Spit pile call the marina using your boat’s call sign, advise your position and request lock entry.

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View of Bosham from across the creek which mostly dries. Credit: Paul Weston/Alamy

The lock keeper will acknowledge your call and either instruct you to proceed to the lock on a green light or, in busy times, join the back of the queue for the lock and enter in turn upon a green signal light.

Day cruises

The Solent is just on your doorstep offering easy access east or west to some of the UK’s most popular cruising grounds.

Within a day’s sail of Chichester Marina you can visit the Isle of Wight or take a long leisurely cruise to picturesque Beaulieu River (with Buckler’s Hard and Beaulieu Motor Museum) and Lymington Harbour.

Weekend cruises

Chichester is an excellent start point for cross-Channel cruises and trips to Premier’s Gosport, Port Solent, Swanwick, Brighton and Eastbourne marinas – where berth holders can use their 42 free visitor night credits.

Longer distance

A little further afield you’ve got the West Country, Channel Islands, Cherbourg and the Brittany coastline.

Local attractions

Nestled at the foot of the South Downs, Chichester has many sandy beaches, fishing villages and family attractions including Goodwood House and Racecourse.

Chichester Marina is just four miles from the historic city of Chichester, with its theatres, galleries, 900-year-old cathedral, and the Novium Museum, charting 500,000 years of life in the city.

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A Southerly 49 takes the ground on the beach at East Head. Credit: Michael Austen/Alamy

A short drive away is the village of Fishbourne, with the remains of a Roman Palace and gardens.

Further around the harbour takes you to the quaint village of Bosham with its village green and arts and crafts centre.

In addition to the small beach by the marina – where you can swim at high tide – there are the sandy beaches of East Head and The Witterings, with long unspoilt coastline stretching from West Wittering Beach to Bracklesham Bay.

  • Chichester Marina, Birdham, Chichester, West Sussex PO20 7EJ. VHF Ch80. Tel: 01243 512731, premiermarinas.com
  • Chichester Harbour Conservancy, conservancy.co.uk

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Local Knowledge about Chichester Marina and harbour

Peter Draper has a Dunkirk Little Ship

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If you’ve a high-speed powerboat, Chichester Harbour isn’t for you. If you have a yacht or like to potter it’s ideal.

It’s a beautiful place: safe, secure inland cruising with many little creeks, and places to visit such as Emsworth and Bosham.

There’s a plethora of wildlife, and it’s also great for dinghy sailors.

I own a 1927 pilchard fishing boat, Caronia – which helped in the World War II evacuation of Dunkirk.

I’ve spent over a decade restoring her with my son and love to sail out of Chichester.

The harbour is a wonderful place to be. It’s what I consider the garden gate to the West Country.

Once through the gate you’ve got the safety and security of the Solent.

There’s Cowes, Bembridge on the Isle of Wight, and Lymington on the other side. Gosport is good for a night out, and then if you want to go further, have a stopover over in Yarmouth and you can do Poole or even Weymouth in a day’s sail (say 6 or 7 knots).

From there, you’re a day away from Dartmouth. Of course in a motorboat you’re in the West Country in a day.

  • Peter runs Navigator’s Marine, based in Chichester Marina, navigatorsmarine.co.uk . His book Restoring a Dunkirk Little Ship: Caronia SS70 is available on Amazon

Gilbert Park has a Trusty T23 motorboat

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If you can get to Emsworth Town Quay and be prepared to leave on the tide, it’s a marvellous place to visit.

There are lots of shops and lovely pubs and eateries, including a Michelin restaurant.

There’s a visitor mooring 1km away at all states of the tide, where you can dinghy in. West Head is extremely popular because of the sandy beach.

If I want to take my grandchildren there I’ll go in a boat that dries out in the morning and leave in the afternoon. It’s wonderful.

You’ve got all the facilities on the beach, and there’s an anchorage too.

For peace and quiet and a wonderful sunset, I go to Itchenor – there’s a lovely anchorage there.

If you prefer marinas, then Chichester Marina has all the facilities you need.

Traditional boats like to go to Birdham, and my grandchildren particularly like Northney Marina because it has a play area and barbecue spot.

Bosham is very pretty and dates back to the time of the Bayeux tapestry. Chichester is also a great place for birdwatchers.

We get all sorts of migratory birds stopping here, as well as lots of seals.

Adam McMenemy sails a Sabre 27

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I have a fin keel boat so I have to be a bit careful about where I go. I like to explore the stretch of water from Chichester marina to Itchenor.

Bosham creek is beautiful too. There are visitor moorings there and you can stay overnight.

My favourite spot is Hayling Island Sailing Club. It’s a beautiful little club, and has sandy beaches, fantastic views, good food and the bar’s always open.

Visiting yachtsmen are welcome at the club.

From Hayling Island it’s not too far to Birdham Pool, which is a great place to have lunch. I work as a marine electrician out of Emsworth Yacht Harbour in Emsworth Marina.

It’s a really nice village.

The marina is tidal, but it has a sill, so once you’re in you’ve got water.

East Head beach is half an hour’s walk from West Wittering so it’s mostly only sailors who go there.

There’s a sandy beach with dunes around it, and you can anchor overnight.

  • Adam runs ACM Marine, facebook.com/AcmMarine

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Berthing Spaces

Approximately 370 dinghies can be berthed in the dinghy park (when boats are not in their berths the spaces can be used for car parking) and on the Quay, where there are designated spaces for larger dinghies and racks for Toppers.

Winter Storage

Duringthe winter months, normally October to April, the quay is cleared of dinghies and used for winter storage of cruisers, 26 feet and below. These are craned out onto the quay by our own well organised team to keep rates to a minimum.

The club owns 16 moorings (drying) which it rents out to members at favourable rates.

There is one visitor's mooring, close to the Quay and Clubhouse, which dries out approximately three hours either side of high water. Sailloft and Chichester Conservancy Offices Black Shed Store : for masts and inflatable dinghies.

The Grain Store

Upstairs - Race Office, Committe and Training Room and other functions which illustrates the building's commercial past and is available for community use

Ground Floor - a workshop suitable for repairs and painting of dinghies, masts, etc.

The Quay : Offers convenient loading for cruisers and a secure berth if you are prepared to dry out.

The Pontoon ( South of Quay )

Provides convenient loading for cruisers as well as being a great place to secure your dinghy while visiting the clubhouse for refreshments. Please ask permission of the Duty Officer if you are just turning up, it's unlikely to be denied unless an event is scheduled and requires use of the pontoon.

Drying out is permitted, but please let us know you are coming, there is an online form available for this purpose and it also describes the rules for visiting and drying out such as maximum boat length and stay.

The Pontoon ( North of Quay )

This pontoon is actually owned by the Chichester Harbour Conservancy and the Harbour tours vessels may need access at certain time for the embarkation and disembarkation of passengers. Waiting is limited to ONE HOUR and drying out alongside is not allowed.

Taking the Ground at Dell Quay

Your boat will end up on firm and fairly level ground if you line up with the NE (inshore) corner of the quay wall with the pub sign and keep on going until you no longer see the windows of the starting box. There are three short chains set in the hard to make fast to, but you will need to attach warps and buoys to these at low water beforehand. The hard is firm right up to the quay, but beware of being neaped.

Fuel : IS NOT AVAILABLE at Dell Quay. The nearest fuel is at Chichester Marina. Water : There are fresh water points on the Quay on the east corner of the club house and by the lifting barrier, but these are not close enough to any mooring place and you will need to transport it from tap to boat somehow.

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Dell Quay is a small hamlet, with a pub and several houses and just around the corner from Crouchers. Nearby are lovely walks on public footpaths. It is home to Dell Quay Sailing Club and two boat yards.

South of Dell Quay, short walk along the shoreline, is Chichester Marina. The marina is one of the biggest in the UK. Chichester Marina provides a contrast with its shiny boats neatly moored in rows against a natural backdrop of open water. The lock gates can often be seen in action.

Key places to visit

  • The  Crown & Anchor   pub, is a great place to watch the sun set over a bite to eat and a drink
  • Dell Quay   is also home to a sailing club for families, couples, and individuals to enjoy whichever type of sailing they prefer in the waters of Chichester Harbour or the Solent
  • Just along from Dell Quay is   Chichester Marina , with its luxury facilities it is a great place to moor your boat or take a walk around
  • Boat trips  are available around the Dell Quay and Chichester Marina area. Please ask us for more information

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Wildlife Week 10th June 2024

This year's Wildlife Week focusses on birds we might see in the Harbour. And introduces a new competition to see as many different birds in the Autumn. The environmental board in the clubhouse has been updated with birds you may spot while sailing on the water and those you might see wading in mud feeding at low water. There are also some tips to help identify what you

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The Regatta

DELL QUAY SAILING CLUB Dell Quay REGATTA & Family Fun Day Saturday 8th June Predicted HIGH WATER AT DELL QUAY 13:55 4.6m PROGRAMME OF EVENTS Galley open from 10:00

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ENews: More about May

More about May More about May at Dell Quay... Wednesday evening sailing at Cobnor continues in May Lessons From a Boat: Saltie Returns to Dell Quay this Saturday 25th May Socials: Feel Good Friday, FOTY, D Day Commemoration & a 'Regatta' call for cakes DQ

Published 13:57 on 29 May 2024

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Shepards Wharf Marina, West Cowes Saturday 11 May 2024

This early May weekend was more like mid-August, blue skies, hot and with fair winds. Thanks to the 7 crews for attending. Particular mention? Chris and Janet (Osprey) flew in from Porto to be there, Tony and Judi (Meraki) ferried in from Brittany with a potential

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THE BIG LFAB 24HR ROWATHON ON THE QUAY

THE BIG LFAB 24HR ROWATHON ON THE QUAY At 4pm on the 7th June, Jon and Steve will embark on a 24 hr ergo row on the quay alongside their trusty boat Saltie! The pair will follow a shift pattern of 1-2 hrs on/off. They will cook and sleep aboard in the off hours to replicate some of the lifestyle which they will follow for 3000 miles as they cross the Atlantic in December this year

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Lessons From a Boat Saturday 25th May at the club

Saturday May 25th (weather permitting) Steve and Jon, along with boat Saltie will be visiting DQSC from 1300 onwards to offer existing (and prospective) 100 club members a further chance to try our ocean rowing boat. Anyone is welcome to come along to hear more about our journey and progress so far as the race start comes ever closer!

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Pan Harbour Litter Pick 2024

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DQSC Invites you to a Great British Spring Clean Litter Pick

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[Its back on] Saturday 30th

We are back on, but moved to Saturday the 30th when the weather is better! 'Lessons From A Boat' club members Jon and Steve will be at the club on Good Friday (30th March) along with their Ocean Rowing boat 'Saltie'. Jon and Steve will be around from around 13:00 to chat, on an informal basis, about their plans, progress and 'lessons' so far as they prepare to

Published 09:59 on 11 Mar 2024

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Help inspire the next Generation!

This gorgeous view of Dell Quay captured in oil on canvas (approx 80x80cm) by club member Rob Corfield will go on sale at the Artisan Gallery (58 North Street, Chichester, PO19 1NB) on 18th March for two weeks only. The funds from sale of the painting

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Open Mic Night Thurs 22nd Feb

All members welcome to the first Open Mic and Sea Shanties Evening Several DQSC musicians have already booked spots so far. Backline & PA provided. Special guests & local legends invluding Wishing Well & Amiee Moody performing along with some jazzy stuff, funk and fun also.

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A cracking start to the 2024 rowing season!

DQSC competes at the ISC Celtic Longboat Regatta - 20th Jan 2024 As always, Itchenor proved to be the consumate hosts.  A warm reception, slick briefing and timely schedule set up the seven harbour clubs in attendance for a great event. DQ ladies opened our account in their 1K sprint heat, competing against the hosts and winning in a time of

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Tide Times & Heights for Chichester Harbour (Entrance) on Saturday, 08 June 2024 High Tide:01:01 ( 4.59m ) Low Tide:06:29 ( 1.00m ) High Tide:13:43 ( 4.55m ) Low Tide:18:50 ( 1.28m )

MOORINGS AND BOAT STORAGE

Tidal mud berths on swinging moorings. Access is from 2-3 hours either side of high tide depending on tides and atmospheric conditions.

The prices for a Swinging Moorings for the Summer Season (April 1st to October 31st)

£595 (Maximum 9 meters)

(20% deposit due November/December and the balance by April 1st).

The price for Jetty Berthing is:

  • £1.05/ft/wk for monohull (e.g. 25ft@£1.05/ft/wk =£26.25/wk)
  • £1.15/ft/wk for multihull (e.g. 25ft@£1.15/ft/wk =£28.75/wk)

Customers pay Seasonally for their Jetty Berthing.

Full payment is due before the Season starts.

The Summer Season starts on April 1st – October 31st and the Winter Season starts November 1st – March 31st.

Subject to availability, the price for the Foreshore and Hard Standing is:

  • £1.00/ft/wk for monohull (e.g. 25ft@£1.00p/ft/wk =£25/wk)
  • £1.10/ft/wk for multihull (e.g. 25ft@£1.10/ft/wk =£27.50/wk)

This can be long or short term.

Customers pay Seasonally for space on the Foreshore and Hard Standing.

Smaller boats (up to 18 ft) can be stored along-side the Workshop on our decked Staging for £200 half yearly.

  • Summer, April 1st – October 31st: £200
  • Winter, November 1st – March 31st: £200

Tender storage at Sophie’s Boatyard for a full year is £130, payable in advance (runs January – January).

Dinghies can be stored on the foreshore chain for £50 (April 1st – October 31st).

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Sophie managed the boatyard and injected her enthusiasm and passion into it. She was well loved and known by everyone at Dell Quay. Tragically Sophie passed away from an ongoing illness in April 2017. Her legacy will forever live on in the now named “Sophie’s Boatyard”.

Julian Waller took over managing Sophie’s in January 2022. He has sailed all his life – from a Mirror Dinghy as a boy to a Tayana 37 Bluewater Cutter, Crossing The Atlantic and several trips to The Mediterranean. He built National Twelve Racing Dinghies with Nigel Waller on the East Coast, in wood and Carbon/Kevlar Composites. He has also worked on Classic Yacht Maintenance in the UK and abroad.

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Making The Most of Chichester Harbour

Thornham marina guide to discovering chichester harbour by boat.

There’s plenty of special places to reach by boat from Thornham Marina by cruising all the creeks of Chichester Harbour. There’s something very special about exploring by boat rather than by car, where you can row ashore for a glorious walk or visit the local hostelry in this amazing Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. When boaters enter Chichester Harbour they find many charts only show a few marked anchorages such as East Head, which is often packed out on a hot summers day. However, there are plenty more places to explore which can make a great adventure, especially if you have a tender, kayak or sailing dinghy in tow.

Here’s our Thornham Marina Guide to exploring Chichester Harbour’s creeks and anchorages.

Heading up the Itchenor Channel, you can pick up a visitor mooring or beyond the Itchenor Sailing Club, you can berth on the visitor pontoons. Here you can enjoy the beautiful tree-lined shores and stunning houses, and watch the action as the classic Itchenor Sunbeams and X Boats arrive back at their moorings. Head ashore and take the footpath from Itchenor around the shore to East. Stop for a drink or book in for a meal at The Ship.

Itchenor

Beyond Chichester Yacht Basin the channel leads up to Dell Quay, once a busy port serving Chichester. If your boat can take the ground it’s fun to head up there on an incoming tide to anchor to the side of the channel. Keep an eye on the tidal curve and be sure to head off in good time before the tide goes out, or you can dry out if you wish and chill out. There’s excellent food at the Crown and Anchor which overlooks the harbour.

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Beyond Itchenor is the delightful Birdham Pool and in easy reach when cruising from Thornham Marina. It’s one of the UK’s earliest marinas. Enter via a lockgate with opens approximately three hours either side of high water. Berthing is often between ‘old style’ mooring posts, rather than modern finger pontoons, although there are some pontoons and a hammerhead pontoon. Book ahead to stay the night there. The friendly lockgate staff are often happy to take a line.

Birdham is one of the harbour’s most snug and sheltered marinas, with delightful walks from the beautiful Pool towards Itchenor and the beach at East Head or towards Dell Quay. Chichester Yacht Club welcomes visiting yachtsmen for dinner. Press on further into the wide open Chichester Lake where it’s possible to anchor on the edge of the channel in the Lake, although watch out for dinghies racing from Chichester Yacht Club. 

Bosham Channel & Quay

Coming back down the Itchenor Channel take a right turn northwards up the Bosham Channel. You can pick up a free mooring for lunch and watch out for the Cobnor Activities Centre Trust boats and kayaks teaching schools and youth groups how to sail. Be ready to slip your lines if the mooring owner comes back. Or head up to Bosham Quay and moor up here. It’s best to approach on a rising tide and use plenty of fenders against the old Quay. The village and church are worth exploring and so too is the Anchor Bleu pub and charming tea room in the high street.

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Heading west towards Langstone Bridge, if your boat can take the ground, anchor on gravelly mud between Conigar Point and Langstone, for views of Warblington Church the Castle and the stunning Langstone Mill. Both the Royal Oak and The Ship Inn can be reached by boat on a spring tide for a quick pint before the tides goes down. Or anchor off and tender ashore for a more relaxed visit and food. Watch out for the Langstone rowing gigs, which are often out and rowing hard up towards Marker post and beyond.

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Possibly the most hidden haven, Tournerbury Pool, can be found at the very top of the Creek beyond Mengham Sailing Club. Sitting in a heavily wooded site, the pool is part of the former Tornerbury Fort and thought to be a Celtic settlement responsible for salt production. Best approached on an incoming tide, keep a wary eye on your depth gauge as it can get very shallow! This magical little pool is brought to life in the wonderful historical novel Dick Burgess of Bosham by Keith Vignoles.

Although prone to being busy at weekends and during holidays, East Head remains a special anchorage. On a quiet weekday evening watch the glorious sunset over Portsmouth’s Emirates Tower and take in the panoramic views across the South Downs, Goodwood and Chichester Cathedral.

Pilsey Island

If you are short of time or don’t wish to go too far, then closest to cruise to/from Thornham Marina is the peace and serenity of Thorney Channel. Sheltered by the beautiful Pilsey Island and ancient broken walkway and mudflats extending from Chidham. You can anchor safely overnight between the ‘goal post’ channel markers and to the south of the TISC mooring buoys.

Emsworth Harbour

For a bigger day out from Thornham Marina, on the west side of the Harbour up the Emsworth Channel, you can anchor overnight on either side of the creek between Mill Rythe and Sweare Deep. Sit there long enough on a quiet evening and you might be lucky to have a visit from the harbour seals – or watch them sunbathing on the mud at half tide! Beyond Marker the Emsworth channel splits at the NE Hayling port hand marker. Heading to Emsworth you can pick up a space on the visitor pontoon off Fowley Island. Tender ashore to the Emsworth Quay, where fabulous pubs and restaurants in South Street and the village square await. Alternatively, the Chichester Harbour Master offers a launch service 2 hours either side of HW on weekends and Bank Holidays from 0830 to 1700 from Easter to end September. Call Channel 14 or 07864 915247.

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FoodfindsAsia.com | 8 Yacht Clubs and Marinas in the Philippines to Moor Your Boat In | Filipinos’ history as a maritime people date back to prehistoric times. In fact, the Philippines’ basic sociopolitical unit today, the barangay, traces its etymological origins to the balangay , the ancient outrigger boats that were used by precolonial Filipino communities to explore and conquer islands this side of the Pacific. As a people belonging to a seafaring culture, it’s no wonder that modern Filipinos are taking a retrospective look at their glorious past as Austronesian mariners and are developing a renewed love for the ocean and marinas as present-day yachtsmen.

Today, Philippine marinas look to accommodate more and more yachts and other pleasure watercrafts as the years go by. In 2017, an ASEAN Briefing op-ed piece named the Philippines as a country with high potential in yacht industry growth. The natural beauty of the Philippine islands and its fantastic bays, combined with a growing interest in leisurely sea travel, can explain the spike in yachting activities throughout the country.

Are you part of the demographic that’s become enamored of the yachting lifestyle? Do you want to know where in the country you can berth your watercraft? Leading sailboat and motorboat authority Europa Yachts is happy to enter the conversation, and recommends the following locations for discovering the Philippines through yachting. Here is a short list of clubs and marinas in the country, organized by island region.  

Manila Yacht Club and Marina, Manila, Metro Manila

Established in 1927, the Manila Yacht Club and Marina is one of the oldest yacht clubs in all of Asia, and is nestled in the scenic Manila Bay. It is also near other well-known landmarks in the city, such as the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP), the headquarters of the Philippine Navy, and the US Embassy. Facilities in the marina include a launching ramp and a fueling center, and the club itself is host to a restaurant and gorgeous function rooms. The Manila Yacht Club only welcomes visitors who arrive by boat, and it charges an initial security deposit of USD 750 upon arrival. Club membership is mandatory for medium and long-term mooring of boats.

Subic Bay Yacht Club, Zambales

The Subic Bay Yacht Club, which was founded in 1998, upholds itself as the country’s premier yacht club. It operates in the deepest bay in the country, and can host vessels well beyond 50 meters in length. Already benefitting from the innate beauty of the Zambales mountains surrounding it, the club hosts a number of other attractions, including its luxury accommodations, swimming pools, and its own movie theater, bowling alley, and nightclub. Those who venture outside of the club’s premises can also shop for well-priced imported goods at the Subic Freeport Zone, engage in water sports , or sign up for diving excursions.

Punta Fuego Yacht Club, Batangas

Peaceful Punta Fuego is a mecca for those who love the sport of sailing. As per its official website, the Punta Fuego Yacht Club aims to serve “a dynamic and vibrant community of boat enthusiasts and yacht owners.” This it does by playing host to a diverse population of watercrafts, from large catamarans and mono-hull yachts to small boats. Non-members of the club may use the berths for up to 3 weeks, and can refuel at the marina’s fueling station. The yacht club offers other amenities such as locker rooms, shower rooms, Internet facilities, a chart room, and a restaurant called Barracuda Bar, which serves delicious fares. Outside of the yachting crowd, Punta Fuego Yacht Club also caters to those wishing to celebrate weddings, conferences, and corporate events in their opulent quarters.

Puerto Galera Yacht Club, Oriental Mindoro

Further south, yachtsmen may moor at the Puerto Galera Yacht Club in Oriental Mindoro, an island location that’s home to tourist attractions like the Sabang Wreck dive site, lively beachfront resorts, and the Malasimbo Music Festival. Puerto Galera Yacht Club has been in operation for almost thirty years and lends services such as refueling provisions and yacht repairs from its marina. Boat owners also enjoy optimal convenience if mooring here, as they can also shop for spare parts in the nearby Batangas port.

Busuanga Yacht Club, Puerta del Sol Bay Marina, Palawan

Beautiful Palawan is a bucket-list destination for many, especially those who dream of cruising its crystalline waters. Accommodating the yachting community in this island province is the Busuanga Yacht Club, which promises secure mooring amidst breathtaking white-sand beaches. Here, each vessel will benefit from a typhoon-safe harbor, easy refueling, and direct access to transportation hubs like the New Busuanga Airport. Adjoining this marina is the Puerta del Sol Bay Resort, which offers luxurious accommodations to visitors. When not atop the deck of a boat, travelers can also explore the lagoons and freshwater lakes of Coron, go shipwreck diving, or relax in the hot springs of Maquinit.

Iloilo Sailing Club, Arevelo, Iloilo City, Iloilo

Iloilo Province is home to some of the country’s most beautiful old-world architecture, a flourishing ecotourism industry, and delectably fresh seafood cuisine. What will round off an unforgettable visit to Iloilo, however, is an excursion to the Iloilo Sailing Club on a leisure watercraft. The club accepts visitors and encourages membership in the case of medium and long-stay mooring. It also hosts a number of amenities and activities, including a dinghy storage, a beach bar and restaurant, and classes for those who want to learn about sailing. In recent months, the Iloilo Sailing Club has also been a convenient meet-up point for big maritime events, such as the Iloilo-Guimaras Paraw Regatta and the Seafarers’ Job Fair.

Cebu Yacht Club, Mactan Island, Cebu

The historic Mactan Island in Cebu was the site of Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan’s arrival in the Philippines. Now known as a commercial hub that hosts a prolific furniture and musical instruments industries, Mactan is also the location of the Cebu Yacht Club, an institution that is beloved by the locals. Aside from being an ideal spot to restock on much-needed fuel and supplies, the Cebu Yacht Club is also a trusted club to commission for boat repairs. There’s a good vibe in this club for everybody, as it sports both luxury accommodations and a waterfront strip of restaurants that laid-back diners can frequent. MINDANAO

Holiday Oceanview Marina, Samal Island, Davao del Norte

The Holiday Oceanview Marina is a major attraction of Samal Island in Davao del Norte Province, one that welcomes Filipino and foreign yachtsmen alike to moor within its premises. The space is quite roomy, in fact, with 56 berths that can fit vessels up to 15 meters in length. The club also has a boat ramp that can accommodate boats up to 18 meters in length. The well-guarded and weather-safe marina is a gateway to some of Mindanao’s finest attractions, such as the Pearl Farm, Hagimit Falls, and Giant Clam Sanctuary.  

There’s no better way to discover the Philippines from end to end than getting onboard a seaworthy vessel and going on a long cruise, with stops in some of the most beautiful places in the country. Find a safe harbor in any of these major clubs and marinas, and participate in the renaissance of sailing in the Philippines.

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Leros Marina, Evros S.A., was established in 1989, when the rocky land overlooking the beautiful Lakki harbor was acquired. Lakki was used from the Italians as a naval station and aeronautics base for the whole of the Eastern Mediterranean during the Italian possession of the Dodecanese Islands from 1913 to 1943. The area that was selected is found in the north-eastern part and at the head of Lakki bay, GPS: 37o 07’42.30″ N – 26o 51’20.50″ E, at the precise point where the Italians moored their hydroplanes. On this private land, a new yacht harbor and marina has been created. It was the first Marina and Boatyard in the South East Aegean Greek waters.

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  4. Chichester Marina and Dell Quay Circular

    This is a beautiful figure-eight walk from the Chichester Marina in the Chichester Harbour Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in West Sussex. The trail leaves the marina via a small woodland copse before following the coastal path north to reach Dell Quay and then returning south alongside crop fields. Throughout, you'll be able to enjoy the salty air from the harbour and the views across ...

  5. Chichester Marina and Harbour: a guide

    Nearby Chichester Yacht Club is open day and night for food and coffee, and marina berth-holders and visitors have guest access. A nice walk from the marina along the wooded, harbourside path takes you to Dell Quay, where you'll find the traditional Crown & Anchor pub. Facilities at Chichester Marina

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    Road Map Directions. From the A27 (Chichester Bypass), take the A286, sign posted to "The Witterings", continue over the mini roundabout at Donnington. The lane to Dell Quay will be found on the right after about 1½ miles, which is usually also sign-posted to "Crown & Anchor" Pub. Road Map (Opens in a new Window) Last updated 09:52 on 15 May 2024.

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    Cruiser Committee 2nd Thursday of the month at 7:30pm. Sailing Committee 2nd Monday of the month at 7.30pm. General Committee 4th Monday of the month at 7.30pm. Paddle Sports Committee 1st Monday of the month at 7.30pm. If members wish to meet a committee member or forward suggestions to improve the running of the Club they are welcome to do so ...

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