There are limited permanent moorings available in the harbour. These moorings are restricted to residents of the village and its immediate surrounds and allocation is at the discretion of the Harbour Master.

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The harbour authority welcomes visiting yachts, although facilities are somewhat limited. Visiting craft should be aware that the harbour dries out and that they should therefore have suitable features (e.g. bilge keels, legs) or allow for taking ground.

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Whilst canoeists and swimmers are welcome, jet skis, speedboats, and divers are prohibited from the harbour by harbour bye-laws

There is a beach which can be accessed from either side of the harbour. This is refurbished every winter with fresh sand when required and is cleaned daily during the season. The beach is ideal for young families, with safe bathing and plenty to see and do. Be aware that both areas of beach will be covered at full tide.

– Dogs are not permitted on the beach at any time of year.
– barbecues are not permitted on the beach or quays without express permission from the Harbour Master

The harbour has two public conveniences, run by the Harbour Authority on behalf of the community. The North Pier Toilets are open all year round and include disabled facilities. The South Pier (Gurnick Street) toilets are only open during the summer season (March – September) and during the display of the Christmas lights.

The harbour authority has two car parks on its land. The North Pier car park is open all year round and includes parking along the North Pier and on the upper hard stand. The South pier car park includes parking along the South Pier and also in a small area of tarmac immediately above the beach. This area is generally unavailable in the winter months as it is used for storage of boats.

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