Toilets and Showers
The Duver Marina visitor toilet and shower facilities were completely refurbished for the 2020 season. During the current lockdown they are open only to berth holders who are resident on their boat. They are an inclusive mixture of combined toilet and shower cubicles as well as separate units. This upgrade is ahead of a new facilities block being built and feedback is welcomed.
These facilities are available for visiting berth holders and operate on a number code entry available on registration at the Berthing Office. COVID-19 safety measures are in place.
Free WiFi is available to Harbour visitors. Please obtain the code from the Berthing/Harbour Office on arrival.
The "Galley Locker" in the Berthing Office stocks a range of essentials such as milk, tea, coffee etc, ice, weekend newspapers, and a selection of Isle of Wight produce (including delicious locally grown asparagus when in season!). We're excited to now be able to stock a small range of Island produced wines, beer, ales and spirits - all of which have passed a staff taste test ...(Challenge 25 is in force).
Well behaved dogs are very welcome on Harbour property, but please keep them on leads, especially on the pontoons. PLEASE DO NOT take them into the shower/toilet facilities. A designated dog wash-off area will be reinstated for the 2021 season.
There are fabulous walks in the area just waiting to be enjoyed. The nearest dog waste bin is situated on St Helens Duver, just outside the Duver Marina entrance gates.
BBQ and marquee area
The Marquees and BBQs are available for hire separately or in various packages - please apply to the Berthing Office for details (01983 872828 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
Whilst Covid-19 restrictions are in place, the roof and partial sides of the marquees only will be in place to enable plenty of air flow.
NOTE: the marquees have now been taken down for the winter and will be reinstated in April.
The laundry facilities at the Old Marina Office are now out of commission. A new facility is part of the Harbour redevelopment programme. We apologise for any inconvenience this might cause.
There are waste bins for general domestic waste available at all shoreside facilities as well as separate Dry Mixed Recycling (DMR) and glass bins to ensure as much waste as possible is recycled.
The BHA Port Waste Management Plan is available on request from the Harbour Office.