Welcome to Salcombe Harbour

a friendly, welcoming safe haven and eco-port set in one of the most beautiful locations in the south west.

 

The Harbour reaches from the sea all the way up to Kingsbridge and its high water quality and peaceful surroundings are enjoyed by a number of water users: bathers, canoeists, stand-up paddleboards, dinghies, yawls, yachts, power boats and super yachts - either individually or as part of one of the many colourful and exhilarating competitive regattas.

 

The Harbour can be extremely busy, particularly in the high season, so please navigate with care and consideration, adhere to the speed limits (6 or 8 knots), minimise wake, wear lifejackets, and  connect a kill cord to yourself when helming a vessel with an outboard engine.

A KILLCORD COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE, AND OTHERS, SHOULD YOU FALL OVERBOARD!

The Harbour staff look forward to welcoming you to Salcombe Harbour and would be delighted to answer any questions or queries that you might have.

Please enjoy your visit.

Cameron Sims-Stirling

Harbour Master

UPDATE

RESTRICTIONS ON HARBOUR USE ARE CHANGING AS OF 4th JULY 2020

For information on Coronavirus

click below 

Latest Government guidance regarding water based activities

Harbour Office

Whitestrand, Salcombe, Devon TQ8 8BU

01548 843791

VHF CH 14

salcombe.harbour@swdevon.gov.uk

Batson Boatpark

Gould Road, Salcombe, Devon TQ8 8NJ

01548 843791

VHF CH 14

b.oatpark@swdevon.gov.uk

Salcombe Harbour Emergency Out of Hours 01803 867034

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