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Mevagissey Harbour, Mevagissey, Cornwall, United Kingdom

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General - Mevagissey Harbour is located at Mevagissey, Cornwall in the south west of England. It is primarily a fishing harbour and visiting yachts will be accommodated amongst the fleet if there is room.

Open - All year round

Hours - Not known.

Arrival out of hours - Tel - 01726 842496.

Formalities - Not known.

Contact ;
Tel -
Fax -
VHF Ch - 16
Call sign -

Position - Not Known.

Charts, Pilots & Cruising Guides - See the following link for Cornwall Charts

Reference port - Devonport
Mean time differences - High Water: 0000-1200 minus 0015, 0600-1800 minus 0020, Low Water 0000-1200 minus 0010, 0600-1800 minus 0005.
Heights in metres -
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Depths at MLW - Not Known.

Protection/Shelter - Not Known.

Approach and Entrance - If approaching from south a wide berth of Citadel Point is recommended. Approach to harbour is straightforward, but a sharp lookout should be maintained for static fishing gear in bay. The harbour entrance should be approached at low speed, no more than 3 knots If the wind is from the East and exceeds force 3 it is strongly recommended use Fowey as an alternative.

Hazards - Black Rock off North Pier - avoid closing North Pier at Low Water. South Pier - Seaward side 28'' lip projecting out from wall at MLWS level, this is fendered in season allowing yachts to lie safely alongside.

Berths & Moorings - As directed by the Harbour Master on South Pier depending on the requirements of fishing boats. It is possible to berth on the on the seaward side of South pier, there are 2 berths available with ladders set into the quay. For bilge keel yachts and twin hulls that can take the beach safely there is normally space available on the sandy beach on the east side of west quay. It is not known if reservations are required. Anchoring is not permitted within harbour, yachts can anchor clear of the entrance to the east of the South Pier.

Maximum length - Not Known.

Water - On the Inner Harbour jetty

Electric -
Not Known.

Fuel - On the South Pier by request

Weather forecast - Not known.

Security -
Not Known.

Internet Access -
Not Known.

Other Facilities, Services & Supplies - Refuse Disposal

Boatyard Facilities & Services - 1 tonne SWL crane

Shopping and Provisions - Some provisions can be obtained in Mevagissey

Bank or ATM - Not known.

Chandlers or Ships' Store -
On site.
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Butane/Camping Gaz/Propane - Not known.

Ice - Not known.

Eating Out - Not known.

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Sightseeing - The Inner Harbour dates back to 1774, and the Outer Harbour to 1888. 3 years later in 1891 the Outer Harbour walls were washed away in the storms of the Great Blizzard, they were rebuilt and completed in 1897.

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