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COVID 19 (Coronavirus) Statement

Safe Boating With Yacht Havens

Updated 15th May 2020

In addition to our 'Safe Boating with Yacht Havens' advice published on 13th May (which you read below on this blog), we're pleased to provide further guidance to berth holders to help you visit the Yacht Haven and go boating with confidence.

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YHG Safe Boating With Yacht Havens Passing On Pontoons




Welcome Back to Boating - Updated 13th May 2020

I would like to sincerely thank you all for adhering to government advice since the start of the lockdown, being patient and only visiting your boats for essential safety and security purposes.

We're really pleased to be able to inform you that our dry stack service and boat lifting operations have now resumed.

Following further clarification from the government and port authorities, you will be able to once again enjoy your boats on the wonderful Western Solent and beyond. All forms of water sports practices on open waterways, including sailing and the use of privately owned motorized craft are now allowed.

Of course we understand your enthusiasm for being back on the water again, but please give every consideration to our Haven Team, your fellow berth holders and yourselves.

We all appreciate how important it is for us all to stop the spread of Covid-19 and following a few simple suggestions will improve your safety and the safety of others and help everyone enjoy boating responsibly.

Take a closer look at our new safe boating guidelines by clicking on the image below to enlarge it:

Take a look at our new safe boating guidelines to familiarise yourself before heading down to the marina. 

Haven Quay Safe Boating


  • Please only enter the office if absolutely necessary and respect the social distancing measures when in contact with any member of staff.
  • Please do not gather on/around the pontoon; simply use them for embarking and disembarking. If you need to do any cleaning or 'tinkering' on your boat, please let us know and we'll put it on a rack for you.

Just being back out on the water is going to be a great relief to many of us and a perfect tonic for this period of lockdown, but we must all play within the rules and have thoughts for the frontline workers who are still battling this virus.

Please continue to stay alert and follow all the advice from the government and from our Haven Team.

We look forward to welcoming you back.

Ali Neal  




Updated 10th May 2020

This new blog has been setup to provide up-to-date, relevent information for Lymington Yacht Haven and Haven Quay dry stack. For information from our other locations, or for information prior to 11th May 2020, please visit www.yachthavens.com/covid19.