Newlyn Harbour, Newlyn, Cornwall, United Kingdom
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General - Newlyn Harbour lies on the eastern side on Penzance Bay. It is one of the United Kingdoms busiest fishing ports. To the W lies Land's End and Cape Cornwall and to the E the Lizard.
Position - 50º 06.18' N 005º 32.7' W
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Approach & Entrance - If approaching Newlyn harbour from the E stay well to the S of Gear rock. From the W an E cardinal buoy marks Low Lea shoal. 3 cables to the NW a second shoal, Carn Base, is unmarked. Approach between 240ºT and 335ºT.
Berths - Once inside Newlyn harbour head for the SW side of the central pier where you will be asked to tie up alongside the pier or a fishing boat.
Marina Contact ;
VHF Ch - 12
Maximum Length - m
Diesel & Petrol - Diesel by arrangement with the harbour office. Petrol in cans from a garage.
Other Facilities & Services - Marine engineers. Electronic engineers. Chandlers
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Shopping - Supermarket and shops in the town close to Newlyn Harbour
Eating Out - Plenty of restaurants, cafes and pubs serving food in the town close to Newlyn Harbour
Local Area - The Pilchard Museum shows how this little fish, which was once the major part of the local economy, was processed and packed for shipment to destinations worldwide. St Micheal's Mount, a spectacular castle on the rock. Penlee House has a collection of paintings from the Newlyn School. The school flourished during the late 19th century, inspiring artists such as Stanhope Forbes to capture the local area on canvas.
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