Mooring Prices

Mooring Charges 2017

Queenborough Harbour Trust CIC manages moorings in the Creek and Harbour.  These include:

  • Drying moorings alongside the Town Quay
  • *All tide swinging moorings         (maximum 11m)
  • All tide fore & aft moorings          (maximum 18m)
  • All tide walk ashore moorings
  • Half tide swinging moorings        (maximum 10m)

Access to swinging and fore & aft moorings is possible by Harbour Trot boat or your own dinghy. There is a secure dinghy/tender park at Queenborough and a tender rack on the ATL (all tide landing), both with 24hr access.

Mooring holders will be provided with an access card or keypad code for the ATL turnstile and gate.

Applications for moorings may be made by completing a Queenborough Harbour Mooring application form. Moorings must be paid for in full before the commencement of the mooring period.

*All tide swinging moorings may dry out at low water, depending on height of tide and wind direction.

 

Paying for your berth

Visitor fees are payable to the Harbour Staff who collect money direct from visiting boats or at the Harbour Office located on the Pontoon.  For a list of charges, please see the tables below.  Payment may be made by credit/debit card, cash or cheque.  There are cash machines available in the Town, which is only a short walk away. 

Annual mooring holders are required to pay in full for their berth, complete an application form and provide a copy of their vessels insurance certificate BEFORE taking up a mooring.

QHL_Berthing_Agreement-v4 Form

QHL_Berthing_Agreement-v4 document

Mooring Charges 2017

 

Office Hours

The Harbour is manned every day except Christmas day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day. Office hours vary from 12 hours a day in the high season to 4 hours in the low season. We have a small team here at Queenborough and if we are unable to answer your call please leave a message and we will get back to you.

On behalf of the Team at Queenborough we wish you a pleasant stay and safe onward journey.