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Haven Quay, Lymington
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Haven Quay is in a prime location just a minute's walk from Lymington Town

Getting Here

Haven Quay is situated at the heart of Lymington Town Quay, so our car park is extremely handy if you need to get into town on a busy weekend. All our annual berth holders are eligible for free complimentary parking in our secure car park.

 

 

 

By road

The postcode for Sat Nav users is SO41 9AZ / Google maps

Exit the M27 at Junction 1, following signs for Lymington on the A337. At Lymington, follow signs to the Train Station and you will find Haven Quay just next door at the end of Mill Lane. 

By exiting the M27 at Junction 2, you can reach Lymington via Beaulieu, avoiding the potential bottleneck at Lyndhurst during the busy season.

By rail

Regular half hourly service from the main line station of Brockenhurst through to Lymington Town. Haven Quay is just a two minute walk away at the end of Mill Lane.

By sea

Haven Quay is adjacent to the Town Quay, on your port side, as you make your way up the Lymington River from the Solent.


Approaches and Navigational Information

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Detail of Lymington River from
Imray Chart 2200.8
© Crown Copyright UKHO

 

Getting into Lymington is easy.  If in doubt follow the ferry.

You will find Haven Quay at the end of the River, between the Town Quay and the railway bridge.

Weather & Tidal Information

  • Take a look at our up-to-date weather & tidal forecasts for the local area
  • The Standard Port for Lymington is Portsmouth. Low water at Lymington is usually 20 minutes prior to low water Portsmouth, whether neaps or springs.
  • Double high waters occur at or near springs and on other occasions there is a stand lasting about 2 hours.
  • Predictions refer to the first high water when there are two. At other times they refer to the middle of the stand.

HM Solent Coastguard
Tel: 023 9255 2100

The marine rescue centre is located at Lee on Solent. They maintain a continuous VHF watch on channel 16, working channel 67.

RNLI
Tel: 0845 122 6999

Free expert safety advice is available to all boat users. Ask for SEA CHECK, to arrange an appointment aboard your vessel.