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Welcome to Portland Put 19-24 August in your diary and prepare for some water-based fun! Portland Week is our 10th birthday, and weâ€™re celebrating with a week of diving, angling, paddlesports, a picnic rally, rubadub race and even some sailing. Portland YC are planning a cruise to the Solent in April â€“ why not join them? Thank you for berthing at Portland Marina.
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400+ marina berths
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The big skies and far-reaching views of Portland encourage you to get out and explore, and there’s plenty to see close to the marina. Chesil Beach is worth a visit, whether you wander the entire 18 miles to Abbotsbury, or enjoy a sundowner from Quiddles Cafe or the Cove House Inn. Learn about the Fleet at the Chesil Visitor Centre at Ferrybridge, and enjoy a Fleet oyster at the Crab House Café. Just a walk from the marina is Portland Castle and the D-Day Museum, or walk up the (steep) Merchant’s Railway path onto the isle to visit Tout Quarry and the tiny Portland Museum. Don’t worry, the bus goes up the hill and all the way to Portland Bill. You needn’t go far for a tasty meal or refreshing drink with The Boat That Rocks and Taylor’s Messdeck on-site. We can point you in the right direction for supermarkets, kids’ play areas and dog-friendly walks. 4
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Don’t forget... Ask any member of the team for their local recommendations
The Boat That Rocks Great burgers, stone-baked pizza, a changing menu and a well-stocked bar (01305 823000). Live music and great harbour views.
Cut the faff of trailing and launching and say no to antifouling with our brand new dry stack for RIBs and powerboats.
We can dry stack and launch RIBs and sportsboats up to 9.9m. Please call us to discuss.
Our fantastic forklift and brand new dry stack mean that you can store your boat ashore and launch when you want to be afloat. Perfect for RIBs, sportsboats, day fishers and motorboats up to 9.9m long, dry berthing is a safe and secure alternative to trailer launch or marina berths. Book your launch in advance or give us two hoursâ€™ notice and your boat will be ready when you are and safely ashore when you return home. No more toxic antifouling or reversing down slipways, and keeping your boat clean means better fuel efficiency too. Call 01305 866190 Dean & Reddyhoff
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Additional information Ask any member of the marina team for their recommendations
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At Portland Marina The Boat That Rocks and Taylor’s Messdeck café.
Shopping Local shops in Castletown and Fortuneswell.
Chandlery, boat sales and training.
Tesco at Easton Square.
Eating out Lots of choice a walk away – ask us.
On to Portland Take the bus from Victoria Square or stretch your legs and lungs.
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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
Our new Boat Care team can now take care of your boat, from a quick wash-down to new engine installation, Coppercoat to seacocks.
and other services, you can DIY or bring in help. Our Boat Care team can handle most tasks. We have a boatshed for undercover paint, Coppercoat and engineering projects.
Our boat hoist can lift yachts and motorboats up to 18m long and 50 tonnes, and weâ€™ve got a specialist forklift for RIBs and small powerboats. Whether your boat is large or small, power or sail, in need of a rebuild or just a paint retouch, weâ€™re happy to help. Our dedicated Boat Care Manager can advise the best approach for your budget and will manage the project when underway. At Portland in Dorset we can lift ashore boats up to 22m long and 5.5m beam. The yard is big enough to have space year-round, with January to April the busiest months. With a chandlery onsite, plus engineers, riggers
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We can help you with: Antifouling Coppercoat Topsides respray GRP repairs and gelcoat matching Hull and GRP polishing Rewiring and electrical systems Engine refit and replacement Propulsion and thruster systems Replacement windows and hatches Seacocks
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.
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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.
Portland Marina, Osprey Quay, Portland, Dorset, DT5 1DX 01305 866190 VHF Ch 80 Portland Marina
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Portland Marina yearbook 2019. Marina plan, local maps and useful information.