Yarmouth Harbour is the most westerly harbour on the Isle of Wight and a key destination for seafarers.
About Our Harbour
Yarmouth Harbour welcomes seafarers coming from other locations around the Solent, the South Coast and West Country, as well as from Ireland, the Channel Islands, France, Belgium, Holland, Germany, and Scandinavia.
Yarmouth’s proximity to The Needles and the English Channel makes it ideal for those entering or leaving the Solent.
See our essential Visitors’ Guide, which gives visiting seafarers lots of information about the harbour, the town of Yarmouth, and West Wight.
To find out more, please visit the Tourist Information Point in the Harbour Office Reception and ask one of our friendly staff for help.
Here you can find a detailed map of Yarmouth Harbour and town, plus a tidal chart of the harbour.
Find out about the harbour water taxi that operates on VHF Ch15 and via telephone on 07969 840173.
Yar Swing Bridge
We recommend you read our handy guide on how to use the Yar Swing Bridge.
Find out about the marine services available for sailors and boaters in and around Yarmouth.
Read about Yarmouth (Isle of Wight) Harbour Commissioners and the Yarmouth Harbour Advisory Committee.
Travel to and from Yarmouth with Wightlink ferries and around the Isle of Wight with public transport or easy car / cycle hire.
To contact the Harbour Office Reception team, call +44 (0)1983 760321 option 1.
|29th Oct 2023 – 28th Mar 2024||07:00 – 19:00||Last Showers 18:30||Last Fuel 17:30|
|29th Mar 2024 – 26th Oct 2024||07:00 – 22:00||Last Showers 21:30||24 hours (subject to availability)|
|27th Oct 2024 – 30th Mar 2025||07:00 – 19:00||Last Showers 18:30||Last Fuel 17:30|
*Reception includes Cockpit Essentials and the launderette in the Harbour Office building.
Opening times may be subject to change for operational or safety reasons.
Water taxis: operating hours can be viewed under Water Taxi.