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Fishguard Harbour

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Courtesy Flag

Flag, Red Ensign

Waypoint

Off N.Breakwater 52:00'.8 N 004:58'.05 W

Charts

Admiralty, 1484, 1973

Rules & Regulations

Large area designated "No Anchoring", other regulations unknown.

Hazards

Drying Areas, Ferries, Swell from the NE.

Tidal Data Times & Range

HW = Dover -0350 MHWS 4.8m, MHWN 3.4m, MLWN 2.0m, MLWS 0.8m   (links)

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General Description

Fishguard Harbour is a large ferry port that can be entered in all conditions. ... read more

Approach

Approaches to Fishguard Bay are clear of obstruction, and the harbour can be entered at any state of the tide. ... read more

Berthing, Mooring & Anchoring

Fishguard actually consists of two harbours, ... read more

Your Ratings & Comments

5 comments
Deep water berth on wall
Written by AndyT | 3rd Sep 2017
I visited Fishguard May 2017 and was invited to raft on a fishing boat in 3m on the wall N of the ferry terminal.
Update Spring 2016
Written by dononshytalk | 12th Apr 2016
These notes were reviewed by Don in April 2016. Very little has changed here except that they have shore power and water at the pierhead and the price has gone up since we last wrote.
New Boat Yard In Wern Road
Written by Torlippert | 21st Jun 2015
Cardigan Bay Marine opened June 2015
all Repairs and Supplies
Update 2013
Written by dononshytalk | 21st Feb 2013
The notes for this harbour were updated by Don T on the 21st February 2103. A few additions have been made in the notes as I have stopped here three times on passage and would do so again.
Tom Webb, around Britain on a 21' Beneteau 2011
Written by Tom Webb Sailing | 31st Oct 2011
17/8 – Fishguard – Fishguard is a large open harbour with no marina but plenty of mooring buoys, it can be particularly exposed but even in calm condition’s staying the night on a buoy can be bouncy due to the ferry that comes in and out. I would also say it’s wise to get a buoy furthest away from the ferry terminal as possible as it can be very noisy throughout the night.
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