Cobb's Quay - Poole
Poole, South West, United Kingdom
Cobb's Quay is situated at Hamworthy in Holes Bay within Poole Harbour, the second largest natural harbour in the world.
Much of the shoreline is undeveloped and there are many inlets and small islands to explore by boat.
Brownsea Island, the largest of the islands in the harbour, is owned by the National Trust and is home to all sorts of wildlife.
Out of the harbour to the east lies the Solent, offering year round racing and sheltered cruising waters around the Isle of Wight. To the west is Studland Bay and Swanage, with its popular beach and white cliffs.
The facilities at Cobbs' Quay cater for all types of craft, with trot mooring also available throughout the year.
The marina also offers a convenient dry stack facility for motor boats up to 9 metres.
Whilst at the marina there is full access to electricity, fuel and gas, as well as refuse, waste oil and battery disposal.
Also available for use are toilets, showers a launderette and a well stocked chandlery.
Cobb's Quay is situated in Poole, close to Hamworthy, it is easily reached by both road and rail as well as by sea, with fast intercity links from london stopping just a short taxi journey from the marina.
The marina can be contacted on VHF channel 80.
Cobb's Quay offers a range of berthing fees for visitors and for annual berthing. If you would like more information on these rates, as well as further information about the marina, please feel confident to contact them at the addresses below.