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    A regular Harbour visitor (D Tatlock)

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    Duver Marina - new 2020 finger pontoons (J Byford)

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Welcome to Bembridge Harbour

DREDGING began on 8th October at the Duver Marina and is continuing along the Duver pontoon.  Regular updates will be posted here. We regret that we are unable to provide visitor berthing during this time - our apologies for any inconvenience.  Please refer to Local Notice to Mariners Number 13 (21.9.21) for more information.

The water taxi is operating for mid-Harbour mooring holders with advanced notice.  Please click here for further info. 

We are continuing to maintain a level of Covid-19 safety measures in the Harbour, including hand washing and sanitising stations. 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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Fiona & Malcolm Thorpe
18th October 2021 

Our nominated charity in 2021 has once again been 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. 

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.