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Amble (Warkworth Harbour)

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Courtesy Flag

Flag, Red Ensign

Waypoint

Off entrance 55:20'.4 N 001:34'.1 W .

Charts

Admiralty 1627

Rules & Regulations

4 mph speed limit in Harbour

Hazards

AVOID 55:20'.536N 001:33'.567W Pan Bush, breaking seas / shallows near Entrance.

Tidal Data Times & Range

HW Dover +0412 MHWS 5.0m MHWN 3.9m MLWN 1.9 MLWS 0.8m   (links)

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General Description

Amble, sometimes known by its other name Warkworth Harbour.... ... read more

Approach

Trinity House, a good few years back, removed all the coastal buoyage from the Northumberland coast,.... ... read more

Berthing, Mooring & Anchoring

The first length of quay you come across (Broomhill Quay) on your port side...... ... read more

Your Ratings & Comments

7 comments
glen coe
Written by mark37snuggler | 17th Dec 2017
I've been living aboard on glen coe in Amble Marina now since October 2017 .I recommend Amble to any one looking for a safe mooring long term or just short term . I'm here till spring . before setting off again . around Scotland . and heading back for Argyll .the marina is fully fitted out with a 40ton hoist and good local facilities with in a min walk .
UP DATE MARCH 2017
Written by Don Thomson | 28th Mar 2017
These notes were reviewed by Don in March 2017. The work on Broomhill Quay is complete and it looks pretty topside friendly - they will take boats here but it is fairly unusual as most boats opt for the marina where the facilities are much better. The note below that the inside passage is "easy" may be the case but Barbados Billy is fairly experienced; if in any doubt go round the long way!!
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Amble is just great.
Written by Barbados Billy | 25th Sep 2016
After a bash up the coast it is always nice to reach Amble. I have been a few times now and it is always a good experience. The staff are really helpful with advice and where to get stuff they haven't got. I needed some new batteries and the local motor factor delivered them to the marina within the hour. The chandlery is perhaps not a well stocked at it once was but that is the way now with online shopping. Food is a short walk away and there are a few pubs to choose from. Access is easy with good anchorages if you want or if waiting for the tide on the bar. In good weather the inside channel is easy but just mind the many pot markers.
Update 2015
Written by dononshytalk | 9th Mar 2015
These notes were reviewed by Don in March 2015 and the marina prices updated, otherwise there have been no changes
Update 2013
Written by dononshytalk | 8th Apr 2013
These notes were reviewed by Don T on the 8th April 2013. The work on the damaged quay wall is due to be completed in time for the 2013 season and the marina prices have been updated for that season.
Tom Webb, around Britain on a 21' Beneteau 2011
Written by Tom Webb Sailing | 31st Oct 2011
18/7 – Amble – Amble marina describes itself as “the friendliest marina in the country” so I had great fun walking around smiling and waving at everyone to put their motto to the test…The marina is a very pretty marina with lots of space for visitor’s, there’s a mix of working fishing vessels and yachts and has fantastic onshore facilities with some great power showers and well stocked chandlery! On entrance its wise on low tidal states to stick close to the harbour wall where the channel is at its deepest, there is also a large part of the right hand side of the channel that dries out and buoyage can get a little confusing.
Amble restaurant
Written by Captain Pete | 9th Sep 2010
We had a good meal at Zecca and Italian restaurant on the Right side of the High St. on 6th August 2010. None of the pubs in the town do food. There is a chain pub further out of town which they tell you about at the marina. Marina fuel prices 71p/litre domestic £1.27/litre propulsion at 15/12/2010.
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