With the significant easing of Coronavirus restrictions, we are continuing to maintain a level of safety measures in the Harbour, including hand washing and sanitising stations, and one-way systems. The health and safety of our staff and Harbour users is our top priority and we ask everyone to please keep in mind the continuing need for caution and social distancing. We respectfully request that face coverings continue to be worn in all indoor areas such as communal areas of the shower/toilet facilities and when entering the Galley Locker / Berthing Office. For Government advice on Covid-19: gov.uk/coronavirus
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All Harbour and Bembridge Boat Storage offices are open, but if your enquiry can be dealt with by telephone (01983 872828) or email as below, this is still preferable during the continuing pandemic:
Bookings for Duver Marina berths are now online in advance via our online booking system. Short notice bookings are very welcome, but at weekends and during the main season we do get very busy.
The Duver Marina shoreside area has been enhanced, and includes a one-way pedestrian system for social distancing. To maintain the safety of pedestrians, and reduce indiscriminate parking, measures are being introduced to manage volume at busy times. There will be a drop-off area and alternative parking is available within easy walking distance. We thank everyone for their understanding and co-ooperation.
We hope to see you in the Harbour, and in the meantime, keep safe and well.
Fiona & Malcolm Thorpe
Our nominated charity in 2021 is once The Sophie Rolf Trust - KissyPuppy, for whom our visitors and Harbour users have helped us raise over £17,600 over the last 3 years. To read about this amazing charity take a look at their page.
For Facebook followers we will be continuing our monthly Draw to win a night's FREE visitor berth during 2021 and into 2022.
For visitors new to the Harbour we recommend a look at the Navigation Section, where you'll find a pictorial guide to safe pilotage in the Harbour that can be printed off for use on board. There is also a video guide of the entrance channel.
The Harbour is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and nearby Brading Marshes are home to the first RSPB site on the Island. There are many picturesque walks in and around the area, historic sites to visit, beautiful beaches to enjoy and a busy Harbour where there's always something to watch. The villages of Bembridge and St Helens offer a rich variety of shops, restaurants and pubs and are well worth exploring. Visit our Local Information section for more details. Bembridge Sailing Club and Brading Haven Yacht Club both offer their facilities to visiting yachtsmen - details here.