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Barry

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Courtesy Flag

Flag, Red Ensign

Waypoint

051 23.4N 003 15.3W

Charts

AC 1182 Barry & Cardiff Roads with Approaches and Barry Docks; Imray C59 Bristol Channel (NO plan Barry Dock)

Rules & Regulations

Do not anchor in the fairway or go alongside the Pilot boat/Lifeboat pier

Hazards

Strong currents across the harbour entrance at spring tides. High tidal range (10m = 33ft) at springs

Tidal Data Times & Range

HW Barry is HW Avonmouth - 0025. MHWS 11.7m MHWN 8.7m MLWN 3.8m MLWS 1.21m

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General Description

Docks Office    0870 6096699  VHF 11
Barry YC        01446 735511     http://www.barryyachtclub.co.uk/  
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Approach

The approach to Barry is simple, there are no dangers except ... read more

Berthing, Mooring & Anchoring

This is where you will have some fun especially if you intend catching the next tide. ... read more

Your Ratings & Comments

2 comments
Mud, mud, glorious mud!
Written by Stuart Lees | 7th Aug 2019
As described, Barry is a great place to escape a foul tide, heading up or down Channel. The mud is deep and soft, fine for even a fin keel to dry out upon. The yacht club can be accessed by dinghy via the slipway 2 hours either side of HW. Fridays are their club nights. Don't be tempted to use the floating pontoon. It's strictly reserved for the RNLI and Pilot boats. No access is possible through the security fencing.
UPDATE SPRING 2018
Written by Don Thomson | 20th Apr 2018
Barry is very quiet these days; about one vessel per day so you shouldn't be disturbed at anchor. There's nobody there to charge you so we haven't gone into prices.
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