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LYMINGTON YACHT HAVEN

VHF

Ch 80

Call Sign

ACCESS

H24

Berthing Rates

short stay:
1/2 o'night rate (4hrs)

overnight:
£3.25 per metre

Book a Berth
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YHA Rating

not rated

Facilities

well stocked

240V, 16/30A

marina office

code entry

60 ton

1£ coins

code entry

1£ deposit

fuel berth

free

24 hour

fuel berth

View plan
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About the Marina


Lymington is a popular destination for boatowners wanting immediate access to the Solent, therefore during the summer weekends expect heavy congestion. This is a beautifully kept and well managed marina with is own bar & bistro with spectacular views of the Isle of Wight. The marina also verges on the 'Solent Way' and the walk to Hurst Castle via Keyhaven and Pennington Marshes is very worthwhile. There's also a pleasant walk into town, where the path hugs the shore line, past the Lymington Town Sailing Club and the Royal Lymington Yacht Club, both of whom welcome visitors. The High Street of the Georgian market town of Lymington is fantastic for shopping and if the ladies are looking for the latest nautical fashion wear for this season then there are plenty of designer boutiques based in Lymington.
 

Marina Approaches


Generally all yachts aim for ‘Jack in the Basket’ a port hand beacon pile and is the first of the many beacon piles which mark the channel up the Lymington River. Apart from a couple of leading lights for night time pilotage the only hazards are the large and intimidating ferries. Despite appearances there’s plenty of room to pass even at LW, however keep as wide a berth as possible with plenty of steerage way to avoid being ‘drawn in’. Two large wave screens project out from the shores to protect both the river and the marina and an ECM lies midway between the screens. Be mindful that the line of pontoon berths running north of the western wave screen belong to the RLYC. Enter the Lymington Yacht Haven marina by leaving the ECM close to starboard and run in on the two flashing yellow leading lights at night , 244°
 

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