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Stour, River

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Courtesy Flag

Flag, Red Ensign

Waypoint

None Given

Charts

Admiralty, 2693, 1594, 1491, SC5607

Rules & Regulations

8 Knts Speed Limit

Hazards

Coasters, keep fairway clear

Tidal Data Times & Range

Wrabness: Dover +0105, MHWS 4.1m, MHWN 3.4m, MLWN 1.1m, MLWS 0.4m Harwich link   (links)

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General Description

The River Stour commences in the area of the Port Control Offices at Harwich.... ... read more

Approach

Before you can get to the Stour you will have to pass through Harwich and its busy.... ... read more

Berthing, Mooring & Anchoring

The first possible Anchorage you will come to is off Ewarton Ness. ... read more

Your Ratings & Comments

4 comments
UP DATE MARCH 2017
Written by Don Thomson | 28th Mar 2017
These notes have been reviewed and the details of Mistley Marine and Leisure have been expanded. A new chart has been appended.
Update 2015
Written by dononshytalk | 6th Mar 2015
These notes were reviewed by Don in March 2015. We've added a few pictures to the gallery showing the upper reaches my Manningtree and are adding more notes re the availability of moorings and facilities offered by the Stour Sailing Club at Manningtree
tidal stour
Written by shane max | 6th Nov 2013
Wrabness, there is a shop and pub and station (taking you to Harwich or colchester) only fifteen minutes walk, a very pleasant walk , and you didn't mention manningtree which has a very friendly club, with bar and showers and small beach, If you draw 1.5 meters or less you can get into manningtree for a couple of hours, one hour either side of high water, do your shopping in Tesco and other stores, get fish and chips and have a drink in the local club bar or one of the many pubs. It is also very safe to stay over night as it dries out completely and the club has two visitors moorings. So if the tides are right you could arrive at 8 in the evening, have a walk around and leave at 8 the following morning as you catch the tide out
Update 2013
Written by dononshytalk | 5th Apr 2013
These notes were updated by Don T on the 4th April 2013. No changes were noted.
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