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Mylor Yacht Harbour, Falmouth, Cornwall, United Kingdom

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General - Mylor Yacht Harbour lies on the SW coast of England. It provides good shelter from the prevailing SW winds. The marina is accessible at any state of tide.

Position - 50º 10.6' N 005º 3.2' W

Reference port -
Mean time differences - HW: minutes ± ; LW: minutes ±
Heights in metres -

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Approach & Entrance;

Berths - 160 pontoon berths and swinging moorings.

Depths at MLW - 2m.

Contact ;
Tel -
Fax -
VHF Ch - 37 & 80

Formalities - Not known.

Maximum Length - 22m.

Water - On the pontoons.

Electric - On the pontoons.

Diesel & Petrol - On the fuel quay.

Security - 24 Hours.

Internet - Not known.

Other Marina Facilities, Services & Supplies - Toilets. Showers. Laundry.

Boatyard Facilities & Services -
Hoist or Crane. Slipway. Shipwrights. GRP Repairs. Marine Engineers. Rigging Services. Chandlery. Marine Electronics. Winter Storage. Sailmakers Chandlery Engine Repairs.

Shopping - Most provisions can be obtained in Falmouth.

Eating Out - Restaurants close to the marina

Local Area -

Sightseeing - Many gardens are worth viewing and the subtropical climate supports the growth of many varieties of plants. The following are well worth a visit; Fox Rosehill, Queen Mary, Kimberley Park and Gyllyngdune are in Falmouth and those of Trelissick, Glendurgan and Trebah are all reached with ease. Pendennis Castle stands on the nearby headland of Pendennis Point, built by King Henry VIII between 1539-64 as a defence against the French. Today, the Castle, with its fine views across to the headlands of St Mawes and the Lizard Peninsula, stages battle re-enactments, jousting tournaments and concerts.

Museums and Cultural Attractions - Cornwall Maritime Museum.

Other reports on harbours, marinas and anchorages can be viewed in our marina guide

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