Yarmouth town is located in the Western Solent, and has main ferry services operating from its Harbour to Lymington.
Yarmouth is known locally as being a great spot for fishing, and the harbour is always busy with ferries and small boats. During the warmer months, Yarmouth Castle is the perfect place to visit for fantastic sea views and family picnics. Or take a walk along the old railway line to Freshwater Bay on the southside of the Island.
Yarmouth is home to plenty of pubs and restaurants, as well as plenty of B&Bs and a lovely hotel on the shore – making it ideal for a night away! It will take approximately 2 hours to reach at an average cruising speed.
You can pick up a mooring outside the Harbour and request a water taxi to take you ashore, or the harbour masters will be happy to find you a berth inside. Wait at the harbour entrance for a berthing office to come and assist you. Yarmouth can be busy in the summer so please wait your turn.
Contact the Yarmouth Harbour office for berthing and local information.
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