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On-Site Chandlery

Quay West Marine is located in the main bulding towards the water's edge. Click on the image to visit their website.

Quay West Marine Chandlers

Berthing Plan

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Haven Berthing Plan

Haven Information

VHF Channel 37
Call Sign "Parkstone Haven"

The Parkstone Yacht Club Haven has 232 deep water berths for members.

Visitor berths are available as Haven berth holders go travelling, to the Solent, the West Country, or the Continent. Berthing fees are very reasonable and naturally the Yacht Club provides all the expected facilities of showers, bar & restaurant.

There is an on-site chandlery and boat maintenance services are also at hand.

For detailed information about the Haven or to enquire about availability please contact us:

Haven Office Opening Hours

 
Monday - Friday
Saturday & Sunday
Summer Season (April to October)
08:30-12:30
13:30-17:00
(19.00 Friday)
09:00-19:00
Winter Season (October to April)
08:30-17:00 09:00-13:00

New Club & Haven Bye Laws

New Club Bye Laws, including Haven Bye Laws, are effective from December 2016.

Members can view the new Bye Laws on the New Bye Laws Dec 2016 page (please note that you must login to view).

General Information

Storage of Boats and Equipment

Boats: Each boat must have her name or the name of the owner on the transom or stern. Boats left covered so that their name is obscured must have their name on the cover.

Equipment: Masts, spars, oars and gear stored on the Club premises must be clearly marked with the name of the boat or owner. This includes boat trailers, trolleys and cradles.

Dinghy Moorings on Pontoons

No dinghy exceeding 4.8m total length (including all overhangs & outboard motor or rudder) may be moored on the Haven pontoons. The maximum length for A Pontoon & L Pontoon is 4.2m. The maximum length for K Pontoon is 4.8m. On mooring all outboard motors and their brackets must be unshipped where possible. Failure to do this can result in damage to adjacent dinghies. The length of the dinghy painter when dinghies are on the pontoons must not exceed 4 feet.

Moorings

Moorings are allocated as vacancies occur from the current applications list by seniority of Membership. Mooring licence fees and harbour dues are paid to the Harbour Master. The Club has an agreement with the Harbour Commissioners to pay members’ fees and dues in bulk on commission and these will be charged to Members’ accounts. The mooring licence fee will be charged automatically without written authority.

Yacht Haven Waiting List

The Club operates a waiting list for berths within the Haven. A refundable deposit of £1,000.00 is required. This is only available to Full Members who fall within the Membership Categories of Rule 7.1 & 7.2.

Boats

When a member wishes to bring a boat to the Club, or dispose of his boat, he must inform the General Manager. When the boat is sold to a non-member of the Club, the member selling his boat is liable to the Club for all expenses incurred until the boat is removed from the Club premises. If a boat stored at the Club is sold through a broker, the Club is entitled to a portion of the commission charged by that broker. The practice of buying and selling for profit or business boats kept or repaired on Club premises is prohibited.

Insurance

The Club insurance policy does not cover members’ boats, gear or property on the Club premises, on pontoons or moorings or on pontoon berths in the Haven. They are entirely at members’ own risk.Members must insure their boats, gear and property against fire and other risks while in store and risk of damage whilst being hauled up, launched, and on moorings and pontoon berths. The General Committee strongly recommends that all boats shall be covered by Insurance against third party liability to a minimum of £2,000,000 but consider that £3,000,000 is more appropriate.