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Welcome to Deacons 2019 is a big year for us: we’re going fully walk‑ashore! No more bobbing dinghies — all berth holders will be able to walk in safety to their boats. As usual, we have lots of activities planned during the season, with the highlight being our marina party on Friday 12 July. Read our email newsletters for details of events and special offers, or pop into the office. Thank you for berthing at Deacons Marina.
The Deacons Marina team Credits Photography: Ross Young, Rachel Hibberd, Chris Cameron/Alamy, Mike Townshend, JurassicPhotographic.com Illustration: Rachel Akerman
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& ABOUT We’re located at Bursledon bridge, where the Hamble turns from being a boating highway into a country river.
Take the dinghy under the bridge and follow the river through fields and woodland – on a spring high you can snatch a quick pint at the Horse & Jockey. If you’d rather walk, follow the Strawberry Trail upriver, or wander down the east bank to Warsash. Close-by is the Brickworks Museum, the old windmill and Manor Farm Country Park, or hop on the train to Southampton for some city life. Relax with a glass and some homemade food at Alexanda’s café-deli on-site, a favourite place for a relaxed lunch or picnic hamper. Ask us to point you in the right direction for supermarkets, kids’ play areas and dog-friendly parks. We’ve got plenty of suggestions for meals out, too! 4
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Don’t forget... Ask any member of the team for their local recommendations
River Hamble The river is more than just marinas – there are centuries of boatbuilding, farming, industrial and military history to explore along the banks.
The River Hamble is the home of British boating, and thereâ€™s always something to watch on your way to the Solent. For more ideas visit deanreddyhoff.co.uk/events April
April-September County cricket at the Ageas Bowl
April 19-22 Easter
August 3 Fastnet Race start August 10-11 Portsmouth Kite Festival August 10-17 Cowes Week August 23-25 Victorious Festival, Portsmouth August 24 Swanwick, Bursledon & Warsash Regatta August 25 Cowes Offshore Powerboat races August 26 Bank holiday
April 6 Marina cake day
Join us for a fun evening with live music, freeflowing bar and alfresco dining. All proceeds to local charities.
July 12 Berth holdersâ€™ summer party
September 13-22 Southampton Boat Show Everyone is welcome to join us for a drink on stand E43.
April 28 Bursledon Brickworks Spring Steam-up May
May 5 ABP Southampton Marathon May 6 Bank holiday May 11 Gosport Marine Festival
June 23 Bursledon Brickworks Summer Fair June 29 Round the Island Race
July 1-31 Hampshire Food Festival
May 27 Bank holiday
September 13-22 Why Boats used boat show at Deacons October 20 Great South Run, Portsmouth November 29-December 1 Festival of Christmas at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard Dean & Reddyhoff
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Additional information Don’t forget to ask any member of the team for their local recommendations At Deacons Alexanda’s deli-café open from 9.30am, closed Tuesdays. Force 4 Chandlery open daily from 9am. Local pubs The Jolly Sailor – walk via Bursledon station. The Navigator and The Old Ship over the bridge. Supermarkets Tesco at Hamble Lane one mile away: open 24 hours, Sundays 10am to 4pm. Convenience store at Sarisbury Green. Shopping Locks Heath centre at Park Gate.
Walks Down the east bank of the river to Warsash. To Botley via the Strawberry Trail on the west bank of the river. Swanwick Lakes Nature Reserve. River Hamble Country Park. Ask in the office for the best dog walks. Manor Farm Country Park: walks, farm animals, local history – open daily from 10am.
Fareham town centre, ten miles.
Bursledon Brickworks, open April to October.
Southampton city centre, six miles.
Bursledon Windmill, open March to November.
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Cruising with Dean & Reddyhoff Wherever you are on the south coast, one of our marinas is just a short sail away. Located in interesting and convenient places, our marinas are destinations as well as safe havens on your route.
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join us Whether you’re looking for a new home for your boat, or returning to a favourite holiday berth, we’ve thought of some nice ways to encourage you to stay with us. Frequent visitors and coastal cruisers can take advantage of our Stamp Album loyalty card. Stay six nights and have the seventh night on us. Just collect our seagull stamps as you cruise through the season. Talking of free nights, all of our annual berth holders get three whole weeks free in our other marinas. Use your 21 free nights to try island life in East Cowes, explore naval history and great shopping in Haslar or have fish and chips on the beach in Weymouth. How about free storage at our boatyard in Portland and at Deacons Marina on the River
Hamble? All Dean & Reddyhoff annual berth holders also get a 10% discount on lift and launch services, and we have seasonal offers for all our friends. All our berth holders get a discount on fuel in Portland too. Dean & Reddyhoff
We give all our berth holders two free tickets to Southampton Boat Show so you can do a little window shopping… then come and enjoy a free glass or two on our stand overlooking the show.
Boat Care services
We’ve been caring for and repairing boats for many a long year – there’s been a yard at Deacons since the 1920s. Our crane can lift yachts and motorboats up to 14m long and 20 tonnes, and we’ve got space ashore for 150 boats. Whether your boat is large or small, power or sail, in need of a rebuild or just a paint retouch, we’re happy to help. Our dedicated Boat Care Manager, Nick Gill, can advise the best approach for your budget and will manage the project when underway. More peace of mind, an expert on your side, and only one call to make. 10
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We can help you with: Antifouling Coppercoat Topsides respray GRP repairs and gelcoat matching Keel bolt replacement Rewiring and electrical systems Engine refit and replacement Propulsion and thruster systems Replacement windows and hatches Seacocks
Call 02380 402253
BENEFITS 10% discount on yard services and Boat Care labour for all Dean & Reddyhoff annual berth holders.
Stay safe and happy sailing Marinas and boatyards can be dangerous places. We do everything we can to keep you safe, but please take care. Our top safety tips are below... Using marina electricity Your connecting cable must be in one length, undamaged and be manufactured for use outdoors in a marine environment. Plugs should be the standard blue colour in accordance with BS EN 60309-2, position 6H. The wiring on your boat must comply with appropriate standards. On arrival • First, turn everything off and check all plugs and sockets are dry and clean. • Connect the cable to the boat, and then to the marina socket. • Never connect more than one supply to a boat, and never connect one boat to another. Before departure • First, turn off everything on board and switch off the supply. • Disconnect from the marina socket before disconnecting from the boat’s socket. Never attempt to repair or alter connecting cables, plugs or marina infrastructure. Replace anything that looks worn or damaged. If you have problems, ask the marina team for help. Pontoons can be slippery: Take extra care in wet, frosty or icy weather and at night.
Watch your step: Marinas and boatyards are full of trip hazards. Don’t leave anything blocking walkways. Man overboard: Call for help, then try to assist without putting yourself in danger. There are liferings and emergency ladders on all the walkways. The closest ladder may be on the back of a boat. Boatyards: Never loosen or move boat supports and keep well clear of all machinery and vehicles. Dogs (and children): Keep them under close control (or on a lead) and clear up after them. We can suggest places for kids and pooches to run around safely. Never carry a person or a pet in a marina trolley. Fire: Call 999 for the fire service, call the marina on VHF Ch 80 and raise the alarm as widely as possible. Evacuate via the closest gate. Don’t swim, snorkel or dive in the marina: We can give you details of divers. Everything is more dangerous if you are intoxicated: Have fun, but please be careful.
For more guidelines, see deanreddyhoff.co.uk/policies Dean & Reddyhoff
Our family of marinas offers friendly, top-class facilities in some of the best locations on the south coast. Stay with us and explore afloat and ashore; youâ€™re assured of a warm welcome at Portland and Weymouth in Dorset, and East Cowes, Haslar and now Deacons in the Solent.
Deacons Marina, Bridge Road, Bursledon, Southampton, Hampshire SO31 8AZ 02380 402253
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Deacons Marina yearbook 2019. Marina plan, local map and useful information.