We Welcome the Police to the Harbour Office
The Annual Visitors Survey is now open...
ANNUAL VISITORS SURVEY 2014
Our annual visitors’ survey is now available for completion. We would very much appreciate your feedback. The questionnaire is very short, and will only take you five minutes to complete. The survey is accessible via this link.
Chief Executive/Harbour Master
18 June 2014
We Welcome the Police to the Harbour Office
The police have become a tenant at Yarmouth Harbour Office and are now occupying the old Board Room, we look forward to sharing the building with them.
Please Note :-
This is a Neighbourhood Police Office which is NOT open to the general public.
If you need to contact the police in an emergency please dial 999.
If it is not an emergency please dial 101.
Alternatively you can e-mail this police office email@example.com
The Harbour staff cannot obtain access to the police for you. Please do not come to the Harbour Office Reception if you need the police as we can only give you the contact details above.
If you have a pre-arranged appointment with a police officer based at the Harbour Office you will need to call them on their phone number and they will open the police office door at the front of the building for you.
DOGS IN THE HARBOUR
Yarmouth Harbour welcomes dogs and their owners.
However dogs need to be kept under control at all times whilst in the Harbour and on Harbour property and not cause a nuisance to other Harbour users.
Dogs are to be kept on a lead whilst on Harbour property, especially on the pontoons, around the Harbour Office, and quays. They are to be kept under control when on the Green.
The dog’s owner is responsible to immediately clear up after their dog if it fouls on Harbour property. Dogs should not be allowed to urinate on water stand pipes, electrical boxes, notices, planters etc.
Yarmouth Harbour is very much a visitor destination and the Harbour brings over 100,000 visitors to Yarmouth and the West Wight each year so its essential that the Harbour is kept clean for the benefit of all visitors.
£5 off berthing fees for return visits ...
We have another great offer for you when you next visit Yarmouth Harbour for an overnight stay. Having paid for your berth you will get a £5 discount voucher for your next visit to Yarmouth, plus another voucher for when you visit Poole Quay. If you booked and paid for your berth online then just call into the Harbour Office for your vouchers. This offer is applicable for overnight stays from 1 April to 31 October this year.
Book online and receive a 10% discount on your overnight berthing fees
If you visit Yarmouth Harbour for an overnight stay between 1 April and 31 October 2014 AND book your visit online via our website you will receive a 10% discount on your moorings fees for the duration of your stay!
Navitus Bay formalises commitment to working with Yarmouth
Wind park developer and ports sign ‘memoranda of understanding’
On 31 March 2014 Navitus Bay Development Ltd (NBDL) officially entered into ‘memoranda of understanding’ (MOU) with Yarmouth, and two other mainland ports, Poole and Portland.
These formal agreements commit the developer to undertaking studies with the ports that will explore how their facilities could be best used in both the construction and operation & maintenance (O&M) phases of the wind park.
Further information is given in the press release by Navitus Bay which can be downloaded here.
Yarmouth Harbour is now a Tourist Information Point (TIP)
THE latest of the new-style Isle of Wight tourist information points (TIPs) opened for business at the harbour recently. We now have a comprehensive display of booklets and leaflets not only for visitors to Yarmouth but those visiting the Island as a whole. The Deputy Mayor of Yarmouth, Alan Ingram, was on hand to officially open the TIP. We are absolutely delighted to host this new facility.
Introducing 'Dippy' the Isle of Wight's celebrity Penguin ...
We have a new visitor to the harbour! I would like to introduce you to ‘Dippy’ the Isle of Wight’s celebrity Penguin.
Dippy aims to promote Island Tourism with a creative theme that captures the imagination of everyone who loves Penguins. Dippy ordinarily lives at Seaview Wildlife Encounter and his adventures see him travel through time and space to different locations on the Isle of Wight.
The creative project involves models of Dippy and photos of the real Dippy superimposed into a variety of Isle of Wight locations. The pictures are then accompanied by short narrative about his adventures and posted on his website www.dippytheisleofwightpenguin.com and Facebook page www.facebook.com/Dippyseaview
Dippy keeping watch at the harbour entrance.
Dippy’s Adventures will be developed into a series of children’s books which are planned to be published towards the end of the year.
Lorraine Adams, Director at Seaview Wildlife explains, “Dippy’s adventures will be educational and fun. Dippy aims to promote outside activities, Island heritage and the environment. Dippy’s mission is to show children how exciting and diverse the Island can be."
The creative theme to Dippy’s Adventures on the Isle of Wight is based upon the idea that the new scale model Needles lighthouse installation at Seaview Wildlife Encounter will contain a magic door that is just big enough for a penguin to squeeze through…
Mary Cracknell, Marketing Manager at the Needles Park, commented “We are very excited about the new developments at Dippy’s Penguin Pool and look forward to Dippy’s magic door transporting him across the Island to the real Needles, where we will see him start off on his adventures around the Isle of Wight to a variety of destinations.
SHORT STAY LOYALTY CARDS
Next time you are at Yarmouth Harbour for a short stay, pick up a ‘Loyalty Card’ from one of our staff or at the Harbour Office Reception, and get it stamped. Pay for four short stay visits and get the fifth visit FREE.
Short stays are 0-4 hours, not overnight, generally lunchtime visits.
Terms and Conditions are printed on the cards.