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Swinging moorings are available for hire each season from 1st April until the end of October. Harbour Dues, Crown Estate charges, and car parking at the Port of Poole Marina are all included, as well as a free water taxi to take you out to your boat (weather & daylight dependent).

With a swinging mooring you can relax in the serene surroundings of Poole Harbour, overlooking Brownsea Island, and watch the sun go down.

Our moorings are competitively priced and can accommodate vessels of up to 20 metres in length. We have 15 moorings in the Wych Channel, close to the shellfish barge just off the northernmost tip of Brownsea Island.

Please see our tariff page for prices. A small tender may be kept at the Port of Poole Marina for ease of access to your mooring, at a small extra charge.

As a swinging mooring customer you have full use of the shower and toilet facilities, and you are welcome to bring your vessel in to use our pump out and top up with drinking water when required.

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At Poole Quay Boat Haven and the Port of Poole Marina we have a number of jet docks which can accommodate jet skis and RIBs or boats of up to 6 metres in length. Keeping your vessel on a jet dock has the advantage of ‘out of water storage’ but still offers the convenience of marina berthing and reduces the need for antifouling.

Jet docks are available for annual hire. Occasionally we are able to offer short term or even overnight use of our jet dock facilities.

For more information or to discuss your specific needs please contact us.

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With uninterrupted views across poole harbour taking in brownsea island, arne and the rolling purbeck hills beyond, lake yard is ideally situated in one of the uk’s busiest nautical playgrounds., yours to be, outstanding location.

Located in Hamworthy on the north western edge of Poole Harbour, Lake Yard has a marina dock, boatyard, club house and restaurant in one of the most stunningly beautiful places on the planet. Close to the mouth of the River Frome and with the Sandbanks peninsula in the background, the marina looks out across all five of the harbour’s islands.

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Lake Yard’s marina benefits from deep water access at all tidal states and is best suited to motor boats. The pontoon berths are rented on an annual basis but we also have a large visitor berth and occasional short term pontoon berths available.

Just outside the entrance to the marina are 99 swinging moorings suitable for craft of varying length and draft.

As well as the marina and moorings, Lake Yard has a fully equipped boat yard offering a full range of services including boat lifting and craning.

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Episode 1 – Mastering Swinging Moorings: Expert Tips and Techniques

In the first episode of “More Time Out Tips and Tricks,” we’re diving into the world of swinging moorings. Join us as we equip you with the knowledge and skills to pick them up with confidence.

What is a Swinging Mooring?

Before we delve into the details, let’s understand what a swinging mooring is. A swinging mooring provides an alternative to docking at a marina. It involves anchoring your boat to a heavy ground tackle in open water, allowing the boat to swing freely with the tides and wind. This option offers flexibility and the opportunity to explore different areas in the Solent, opening doors to exciting boating adventures.

Discovering Swinging Moorings in the Solent

Now that you’re intrigued, you might be wondering where to find these swinging moorings. The Solent, with its vast expanse of water and picturesque coastline, boasts numerous locations for swinging moorings. From sheltered bays to scenic spots near charming harbors, there are swinging moorings waiting to be discovered in every corner. Prepare to explore hidden gems like Seaview, experience the serenity of Beaulieu River, and embrace the natural beauty of Newtown River as you master the art of picking up swinging moorings.

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In this first video episode, our awesome team will guide you through the process of picking up a swinging mooring step by step. From approaching the mooring location with precision to securing your boat with finesse, we’ll share expert tips and techniques to make the process smooth and stress-free. By the end of this video, you’ll have the skills and confidence to confidently pick up swinging moorings, unlocking a world of possibilities for your boating adventures.

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Poole Yacht club is one of the premier yacht clubs on the South Coast. We welcome new members throughout the year

With a 350 berth marina, 51 swinging moorings and a 250 space dinghy park we offer Racing and Social Sailing for both cruisers and sailing dinghies in a friendly environment. Based next to the ferry terminal in Poole, our club house has stunning views over the harbour and we host social and sailing events throughout the year. The club is led by members, for the members with a strong volunteering ethos.

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What are moorings in Poole Harbour like?

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We want to move from a half tide marina to a buoy. We have been based on the East Coast but had 6 weeks this summer in the Solent and there are lots of reasons to love it! The cruising ground of Weymouth to Chichester is amazing, perfect for a family. We need a package with 6/7 months afloat and winter ashore; we get almost no weekends free but have 10 weeks from Easter to October where we'd normally expect to be on board. We have a young family of three from 2 to 14 but they are used to life afloat weeks on end. We were down in Poole last week and had a look at the harbour again and can see the attraction of being in our cruising ground rather than going backwards and forwards. A number of marinas/yards have packages costing about £290pa for 10.05m including free water taxi and lift in out, cradle, wash off etc. I did pick up on some stories of thefts but wondered how prevalent they were? Are there recommendations for marinas and moorings? The boat is a Colvic Watson 34, and we draw 1.4m. Thanks!  

Almost all the moorings are on the north side of the harbour which is a lee shore so can a bit bouncy with a long fetch across the harbour. Important to get somewhere to park your car. The moorings at the West End such as Dorset Lake are the quietest as well away from heavy traffic but further to the open sea. Access from boat to town not good except using the expensive Quay. However good base for cruising, both in and out of harbour. Don't think security is much different from other busy harbour. With your pattern of usage Ridge Wharf up the Wareham river is worth considering.  

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I agree, I was thinking of the River Frome as I read it; you could try Redcliffe YC, 01929 551227; they may have useful info, I've always found them an extremely friendly and helpful lot.  

colhel

The best solution for us when on a swinging mooring was Lake Yard. Here they have carparking and a water taxi that is free at weekends and when we were there you had about 6 fares to use in the week throughout the season (1st April -31st October) which seemed ample for us. We were on the Frome but found this a bit isolated and quite a long trip up the channel to the harbour entrance, I still visit now and then, but wasn't suitable for us as a fulltime mooring. We had a our tender stored at Ridge Wharf and you could park here too and they have a small shower block. Redcliffe is further upstream towards the town of Wareham, I kept our boat onshore here over Winter, very basic with no facilities (during Winter) but durinbg the SummerI'm pretty sure you can use the campsites as they're part of the same group. We've also did one season on a Stephenson mooring where car parking was first come first served on a residential street and a footpath down to the beach. We are now in Cobbs Quay marina in Holes Bay which is MDL. The walkashore suits us as we're both working fulltime with often odd hours and does give us the opportunity just get down to the boat as and when. Also being MDL we can make use of their Freedom Berthing. The twin bridges can be a pain at times, but really as long as you accept it and work around the lifting schedule, it really isn't as bad as some make out. We can walk from here to the Town Quay in half an hour. I have also Wintered At Davis Boatyard, also in Holes Bay. The electric is a pre-paid card. There are toilets, but the showers are reserved for berth holders. When you £290 pa. Have you missed a nought off by any chance?  

Thanks Tranona and Seajet; they do seem a bit like swapping one muddy creek in Suffolk for another in Poole, quite some distance from the sea. I've found a package with mooring to the West of Brownsea, car parking in the marina and a few water taxi 7/7. I meant £290 per metre pa - and that's about £500 more than I pay currently for marina/lift/ashore/cradle/lift so it's good value. Are the moorings in Poole harbour that bumpy?  

Lazy Kipper said: Thanks Tranona and Seajet; they do seem a bit like swapping one muddy creek in Suffolk for another in Poole, quite some distance from the sea. I've found a package with mooring to the West of Brownsea, car parking in the marina and a few water taxi 7/7. I meant £290 per metre pa - and that's about £500 more than I pay currently for marina/lift/ashore/cradle/lift so it's good value. Are the moorings in Poole harbour that bumpy? Click to expand...

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colhel said: My input wasn't appreciated then? Click to expand...
colhel said: The best solution for us when on a swinging mooring was Lake Yard. Here they have carparking and a water taxi that is free at weekends and when we were there you had about 6 fares to use in the week throughout the season (1st April -31st October) which seemed ample for us. We were on the Frome but found this a bit isolated and quite a long trip up the channel to the harbour entrance, I still visit now and then, but wasn't suitable for us as a fulltime mooring. We had a our tender stored at Ridge Wharf and you could park here too and they have a small shower block. Redcliffe is further upstream towards the town of Wareham, I kept our boat onshore here over Winter, very basic with no facilities (during Winter) but durinbg the SummerI'm pretty sure you can use the campsites as they're part of the same group. We've also did one season on a Stephenson mooring where car parking was first come first served on a residential street and a footpath down to the beach. We are now in Cobbs Quay marina in Holes Bay which is MDL. The walkashore suits us as we're both working fulltime with often odd hours and does give us the opportunity just get down to the boat as and when. Also being MDL we can make use of their Freedom Berthing. The twin bridges can be a pain at times, but really as long as you accept it and work around the lifting schedule, it really isn't as bad as some make out. We can walk from here to the Town Quay in half an hour. I have also Wintered At Davis Boatyard, also in Holes Bay. The electric is a pre-paid card. There are toilets, but the showers are reserved for berth holders. When you £290 pa. Have you missed a nought off by any chance? Click to expand...

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If you're not set on Poole, why not consider Portland harbour? A Royal Dorset Yacht Club mooring and winter in Portland marina is a lot cheaper than £290 a metre (and you're a member of a fine yacht club to boot!)  

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Poole harbour buoys can get a bit lively in a blow, which can cause problems picking up the buoy. Another issue is wind against tide, this pushes the mooring buoy back along the side of the hull which can cause some rubbing. I have been up the River Frome on an Environment agency mooring for 13 years, (controlled from Exeter Office 01392 444000 / 352223) fore and aft trot so safe and well protected. Disadvantages are: 1 1/2 hour trip to chain ferry, dingy trip up/down river to boat, can be blown onto river bank - where I am that is when it is blowing hard from East. The next option is Ridge Wharf boat yard, http://www.ridgewharf.co.uk/ they have riverside fore and aft trots plus alongside mooring with electricity. but a lot more expensive than Environment agency. The last option on the River Frome is Redcliff YC, which IMO is expensive for a club with a 'dry' Bar! I would say that the River Frome is a good option for you if you don't get to the boat much at w/e's (I also draw 1.4)  

SimonD said: If you're not set on Poole, why not consider Portland harbour? A Royal Dorset Yacht Club mooring and winter in Portland marina is a lot cheaper than £290 a metre (and you're a member of a fine yacht club to boot!) Click to expand...

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I know where I'd rather be! Content Suffolk  

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February PBO; Deep water moorings Poole £49 per meter, no VAT. Anvil Yachts, 01202 741637. No association, just noticed the advert. We enjoyed Poole harbour, too. Not at all impressed with the marina prices or the Sunseeker bling boats belting around without a care for anyone or anything else but the back of Brownsea Island was idyllic.  

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Lazy Kipper said: We want to move from a half tide marina to a buoy. We have been based on the East Coast but had 6 weeks this summer in the Solent and there are lots of reasons to love it! The cruising ground of Weymouth to Chichester is amazing, perfect for a family. We need a package with 6/7 months afloat and winter ashore; we get almost no weekends free but have 10 weeks from Easter to October where we'd normally expect to be on board. We have a young family of three from 2 to 14 but they are used to life afloat weeks on end. We were down in Poole last week and had a look at the harbour again and can see the attraction of being in our cruising ground rather than going backwards and forwards. A number of marinas/yards have packages costing about £290pa for 10.05m including free water taxi and lift in out, cradle, wash off etc. I did pick up on some stories of thefts but wondered how prevalent they were? Are there recommendations for marinas and moorings? The boat is a Colvic Watson 34, and we draw 1.4m. Thanks! Click to expand...

Have you, by any chance, considered Portsmouth Harbour ? I was thinking of the all tide swinging moorings offered by Gosport Boatyard. or possibly Wicormarine at Porchester. j  

smeaks said: I thought this was annual for the boat! This is per meter!! Click to expand...
johnwest said: Have you, by any chance, considered Portsmouth Harbour ? I was thinking of the all tide swinging moorings offered by Gosport Boatyard. or possibly Wicormarine at Porchester. j Click to expand...

richardbrennan

I think you'll find the entrance to Portsmouth possibly more enclosing than Poole, just try motoring in against a spring ebb, so I think the swinging moorings are probably more protected than Poole, there's certainly much less of a fetch. Many years ago I was on a GBY mooring in Spider Lake. These are a bit isolated and a fairy long dinghy trip from the Hardway Sailing Club, but there is a launch service. The only problem I had was that the boat was broken into twice but security may have improved as there is now an MOD Police Launch patrolling 24/7. The moorings closer to the HSC are rather more convenient but possibly harder to get and/or more expensive. The HSC is well worth joining as they have a scrubbing grid and HP Washer as well as somewhere to keep your dinghy. It's also a much shorter distance to the harbour entrance and all the delights of the Solent than the moorings you are considering in Poole.  

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The RMYC was founded in 1905 by the Royal Automobile Club and was originally known as ‘The Motor Yacht Club’.  It was viewed as the marine section of motoring and was established to ‘encourage and foster the sport and industry of motor boating and yachting’. 

The Admiralty Warrant to wear the blue ensign was granted to the club the following year, and in 1910 the ‘Royal’ prefix was bestowed on the Club by HM King George V.

The RMYC led something of a nomadic existence in its formative years, but in 1936 it finally settled on Sandbanks and opened the doors to its new clubhouse.  Today it has around 1600 members, which are evenly split between those with an interest in motorboats and those who enjoy sailing. 

On the water, the RMYC has been outstanding in promoting the sports of sailing and powerboat racing and has hosted some of the most prestigious national and international races.   In addition to its on-water activities the club also has a very active social calendar with around 100 events each year. 

Whilst the RMYC is proud of its long tradition, it is also keen to move with the times.  In recent years its facilities have been boosted considerably by the addition of a 112-berth yacht haven, together with an extended clubhouse.

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We have 50 swinging moorings – 12 deep moorings with a limited number of moorings that can accommodates boats up to 15m. Closer to the yard we have 38 sheltered moorings, some which dry out on low tide.
All moorings are serviced by a club launch/taxi *during opening hours, but club tenders are available outside launch hours. Facilities are also available for storage of owners’ tenders – please enquire for prices. *This is subject to tidal and weather conditions.

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We have a 1.5m at chart datum navigational channel allowing access at all states of the tide. The channel is marked on the shore side by 2 green channel stakes and the end of our slipway is marked by a black and yellow cardinal stake which should be left to the south of you at all times. PLEASE ALSO BE AWARE THIS DIAGRAM IS FOR INFORMATION ONLY AND SHOULD NOT BE USED AS A NAVIGATIONAL AID.

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  1. MOORING LOCATIONS

    We have 70 swinging moorings in the following areas. Please contact us for the positions of available moorings. Lake Pier area. Hamworthy and Poole Yacht Club. Holes Bay. Poole Moorings and Jetties mooring locations in Holes Bay.

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    Deep Water Moorings in Poole Harbour. If your boat is up to 45' you can choose from a mooring from one of our 70 Deep-Water Moorings in many parts of Poole Harbour. These include Lake pier, Hamworthy, near Poole yacht club, Gold point and Holes Bay. All of our moorings are supplied with a chain strop and pick up buoy to ensure hassle free ...

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    Unless it's an absolute emergency, please make contact before securing your vessel. Launch, Berthing & Mooring Enquiries. Office: Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm: 01202 674531. Noel can be contacted from 2pm on Fridays and from 9am to dusk on Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays: VHF Channel 37 / Mobile: 07791 836524.

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    If you are looking for a safe and convenient place to moor your boat in Poole, you might be interested in the swinging moorings offered by Poole Quay Boat Haven. These moorings are located in the sheltered waters of Holes Bay, with easy access to the town centre and the harbour. You can enjoy the facilities and services of the marina, as well as the attractions and events of the South Coast ...

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    There are a couple of issues with Poole swinging moorings Wind against tide causes the boat to drive forward against the mooring buoy. ... However, the best place to sail from in Poole is Poole Yacht Club, which has the best marina and swinging moorings, but you have to plan long term because it is oversubscribed (for obvious reasons) and even ...

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    Outstanding Location. Located in Hamworthy on the north western edge of Poole Harbour, Lake Yard has a marina dock, boatyard, club house and restaurant in one of the most stunningly beautiful places on the planet. Close to the mouth of the River Frome and with the Sandbanks peninsula in the background, the marina looks out across all five of ...

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    Based on 30 trips per year that's an average cost per use of around £133 (£66 each). The more we visit (even just to sit onboard at the moorings) the cheaper it becomes and more justifiable owning a boat becomes. If we were to put her on a swinging mooring that cost per use would decrease to around £88 (£44 each).

  9. Facilities

    The facilities at Poole Yacht Club are considered the most prestigious on the South Coast. With a sheltered Haven for 350 yachts, Dinghy park for 250 dinghies, boat lift for haulout of boats 25 Ton and access to Poole Harbour at any state of the tide, it's no wonder we are envy of other sailing clubs. ... Moorings are assigned on a first come ...

  10. Poole harbour swinging moorings and marine services, Shell Bay

    Find out more. Set on a family-friendly beach, within Poole harbour, seconds from sandbanks ferry, 2 minutes from Studland, Dorset. The most stunning setting for Marine services & Moorings on. the South Coast of England. 07834-492987.

  11. Marina & Berthing

    Over looking the stunning sandbank peninsula our marina offers private berthing with easy access to Poole Harbour entrance. Follow; ... 75 seasonal swinging moorings and 107 PWC versadocks: ... The Poole Harbour Yacht Club was expanded into the luxury Marina you see today, and John is extremely proud to be one of the few last family run Marinas ...

  12. Poole Moorings and Jetties

    Poole Moorings and Jetties, Poole, Dorset. 590 likes · 1 talking about this · 7 were here. Mooring hire available at Lake Pier, Hamworthy Park, Poole Yacht Club and Holes Bay. Mooring maintenance &...

  13. RMYC

    Haven & Swinging Moorings. We have 112 wet berths for boats in the haven and 125 swinging moorings. The maximum berth size is 13.5m LOA. Members with a swinging mooring rented from the club can make use of the club launch to get to and from their boat free of charge. This is available between April to October at the following times:

  14. Swinging Mooring Poole harbour

    Can anyone point me in the right direction to find out who I contact to get a swinging mooring in Poole harbour as we are moving to the south Dorset next year it seems the most practical place to be. Also if you have local knowledge: some idea of waiting times approx prices for 31ft any disadvantages to the area Many thanks for any help or advice

  15. RMYC

    The Royal Motor Yacht Club, Poole Harbour, Dorset, UK, One of the world's premier yacht clubs for motorboats and sailing. ... Haven & Swinging Moorings; Launching & Haul Out; On Site Engineers & Chandlery; Haven & Yard Bye-Laws; Social Events; ... the Royal Motor Yacht Club is a private Members' Club with over 100 years of history and ...

  16. Poole Moorings and Jetties

    Welcome to Poole Moorings and Jetties. Poole Moorings and Jetties offers a wide range of practical ways to help you keep your boat safe and secure. This includes building, annual jetty maintenance checks, repairing jetties and providing secure moorings. With extensive knowledge of beautiful Poole Harbour, we are happy to offer expert advice and ...

  17. Mastering Swinging Moorings: Expert Tips and Tricks

    A swinging mooring provides an alternative to docking at a marina. It involves anchoring your boat to a heavy ground tackle in open water, allowing the boat to swing freely with the tides and wind. ... Boat Club Trafalgar Ltd, Part of TTG Portsmouth Ltd group of companies: Registered in England & Wales ... Midland House, 2 Poole Road ...

  18. How to Join

    Associate membership allows a member access to the Poole Yacht Club, and the dinghy park, but they can't sign guests into the Club, and don't have berthing or voting rights. ... Use of launch to swing moorings: Participation in Club sailing events: Social sailing: Use of Club hoist: Sit on General committee: Sit on other committees:

  19. Liveaboard in Poole harbour

    The trot moorings are also mainly Wessex, although some are Ridge Wharf and Redcliffe Yacht Club. None of those would allow long term liveaboards, although short term may be possible. I lived on a Ridge Wharf mooring for about a month (September) many years ago when I first moved here. Bit like camping with the odd swan or egret for company.

  20. RMYC

    To book a table please contact the restaurant/bar during their normal opening hours. Tel: 01202 707227. Payment. Payment with your membership card will automatically give you 10% off the price of drinks. RMYC - - Clubhouse - The Poole Royal Motor Yacht Club. Premier yacht club for members motorboating and sailing.

  21. What are moorings in Poole Harbour like?

    The best solution for us when on a swinging mooring was Lake Yard. Here they have carparking and a water taxi that is free at weekends and when we were there you had about 6 fares to use in the week throughout the season (1st April -31st October) which seemed ample for us. ... A Royal Dorset Yacht Club mooring and winter in Portland marina is a ...

  22. RMYC

    About Us. The RMYC was founded in 1905 by the Royal Automobile Club and was originally known as 'The Motor Yacht Club'. It was viewed as the marine section of motoring and was established to 'encourage and foster the sport and industry of motor boating and yachting'. The Admiralty Warrant to wear the blue ensign was granted to the club ...

  23. Swinging Moorings

    We have 50 swinging moorings - 12 deep moorings with a limited number of moorings that can accommodates boats up to 15m. Closer to the yard we have 38 sheltered moorings, some which dry out on low tide. All moorings are serviced by a club launch/taxi *during opening hours, but club tenders are available outside launch hours.