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NORTHNEY MARINA

VHF

Ch 80

Call Sign

ACCESS

H24

Berthing Rates

short stay:
<15m £8.00 (4hrs)

overnight:
<12.5m: £3.32 per m

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YHA Rating

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Facilities

marina office

240V, 16/30A

35 ton

basic provisions

1£ coins

marina office

code entry

code entry

24 hours

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About the Marina


This is one of only two marinas that’s accessible at all states of the tide in Chichester Harbour. Located at the extreme northern end of Hayling Island, it makes for a very sheltered harbour and like most of Chichester's harbours its a shade off the beaten track. In trying to address that issue the marina's recently spent a little bit of money on facilities - boat repair and support services are improving here all the time, plus there’s a well stocked chandlery and excellent launch and slipway facilities with ample space for parking trailers and cars etc. Plus there's a grocery store and improved ablution facilities in the main marina building.
 

Marina Approaches


At the Emsworth SCM Q(6)+LFl.15s fork 45° to port up the Sweare Deep, dredged to 2m and marked by red and green posts. At the Northney red beacon pile, its a sharp turn to port for the marina’s access channel which is supposedly dredged to 1m - the reliability of this is a little patchy so best avoid arriving close to low tide. Once past the marina entrance stay close to the marina pontoons since there are steep mud banks just 30m or so off the pontoons. The distance between the pontoons and the mud bank closes in the further in you go, and at low tide the mud bank almost touches the inner most hammerhead which happens to be the fuelling berth as well.
 

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