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Our Harbour

Yarmouth Harbour lies on the Isle of Wight’s northwest coastline and acts as a gateway to West Wight’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Strategically located at the entrance to the western Solent and providing walk-ashore access to Yarmouth town, it’s a destination that appeals to vessels based throughout the UK central south coast region and beyond.

Yarmouth Harbour is a Trust port and Statutory Harbour Authority, run by Yarmouth Harbour Commissioners (YHC). The harbour’s jurisdiction extends from the Causeway at Freshwater to the seaward limits as described in the 2011 Harbour Revision Order.

Evening at Yarmouth Harbour

Visiting Yarmouth

Yarmouth’s pretty harbour is very popular with visiting seafarers yet remains somewhat a hidden gem of the Solent. Visiting vessels are welcomed throughout the year.

Over 150 visitor berths are available daily and allocated on arrival by our friendly Berthing Masters. A limited number of berths can be booked in advance. Unique to Yarmouth is the on-water berthing assistance to help take the stress out of mooring up so you can spend more time enjoying the coastline and countryside.

Plan Your Visit

Weather Forecast

Yarmouth Harbour – 14th July 2024, 3:49 pm
Wind Speed 4.64mph
Wind Direction SW
Wind Gusts 4.84mph
Temperature 20.1°
Barometric Pressure 1013 hPa
Sunrise & Sunset 05:09 / 21:14
Visibility 10km

Weather Forecast by www.openweathermap.org

Yarmouth Tide Times
14th July 2024
All Times Are Local Time
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Tide Tables by UKHO

Headon Warren - The Needles - Photo by Visit Isle of Wight

Yarmouth And Beyond

Just a few steps from the harbour and waiting to be discovered are Yarmouth town’s gorgeous boutique shops and galleries, plus a choice of excellent cafés, restaurants and pubs.

Explore the historic Pier and Yarmouth Castle, Yarmouth Harbour’s own beach at The Sandhard, the beautiful Western Yar Estuary and West Wight beyond.