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Visitors Marina Guide
MYLOR YACHT HARBOUR

VHF

Ch M, 80

Call Sign

'Mylor Yacht Harbour'

ACCESS

H24

Berthing Rates

short stay:
£3 per hr (2hrs max)

overnight:
£3 per metre

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YHA Rating

not rated

Facilities

240V, 16/30A

35 ton

code entry

code entry

£1, 50p coins

pay'n'display

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About the Marina


Set on the mouth of Mylor Creek where open meadows and woodland copses slope down to the waters edge, are elements which make this the most picturesque of all the marinas on the Fal estuary. Sheltered from the prevailing winds, visiting yachtsmen have the choice of the fully serviced pontoon berths or a swinging mooring where the marina's water taxi plys a regular service between the moorings and the marina.

In Nelsons day, Mylor was once the smallest and most westerly Naval Dockyard and Victualling Station in England. It was also the home of HMS Ganges - the Navy’s shore training establishment for boy entrants- and also the centre for the French resistance during WW2.

Today it's also home to the world’s last remaining Oyster fishing fleet under sail. The deep water marina berths at Mylor are enclosed by a floating marina breakwater which doubles as a convenient platform for refuelling, loading and unloading and stopping overnight.
 

Marina Approaches


The entrance to Mylor marina can be found at the head of the Carrick Roads by a pair of lit port and starboard hand buoys, Fl.R.5s and Fl.G.6s respectively. From here the 2m dredged channel to the marina is marked by small port and starboard hand buoys which takes you straight through the middle of a field of some 250 swinging moorings. Once through the field of moorings, turn hard to port for opening in the floating breakwater.
 

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