Pilotage

After clearing customs as described previously, proceed 50m E, where the marina will be seen.

Berthing

The visitors berth is at the end of the floating pontoon, (due to relocate 2005).

Charges for a 12m yacht

High season (June-November)

Low season Day £7.00 Multihulls +50% Plus electricity and water

(Full information available on the web or by contacting the marina on email at the address given.)

Facilities

The 40-ton travel-lift and boatyard will not be operating until late 2005, following the move to the new marina. Other engineering and yard facilities available from temporary premises near Queensway Quay at Coaling Island. A 10-ton crane is available there for lifting small boats.

Water and electricity Accessible to each berth. Repairs Facilities (see above) include workshops for mechanical and electronic repairs, rigging, light engineering and welding. The chandlery (moved to new temporary premises near the marina) is very well stocked with electronics, spares, hardware, engines, generators, paints, inflatables and all materials needed for maintenance, repair and fitting out. The shop staff are knowledgeable about yachts and able to provide technical advice 75148). Weather Posted daily at the office and broadcast as given in Maritime information section.

Sheppard's (new) Marina 2005

This new marina, being built N of the runway will offer yachtsmen a complete haul-out and repair yard to replace the old facility now closcd. (Plan of proposed layout shown on plan page 27.) It will berth around 140 yachts from 6m-18m with a max draught of 3.5m on two pontoons within a secure basin.

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