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Brixham Harbour

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Courtesy Flag

Flag, Red Ensign

Waypoint

Breakwater Head 50:24'.33N 03:30'.77W

Charts

Admiralty 26, SC5602 SC5903 SC5914

Rules & Regulations

5 knts Speed Limit, minimal wash, no marine toilet discharge within the harbour

Hazards

Inner Harbour dries, Busy fishing harbour

Tidal Data Times & Range

HW Dover -0505 Differences Brixham on Plymouth are the same as those for Torquay   (links)

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General Description

Contacts
Brixham HM              tel 01803 853321  VHF #14 (c/s "Brixham Harbour Radio")
Brixham Marina         tel 01803 882929  VHF #80 (c/s "Brixham Marina")
Brixham Yacht Club   tel 01803 853332
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Approach

Approach and entry to Brixham Harbour is relatively simple for the yachtsman or motorboater. ... read more

Berthing, Mooring & Anchoring

Do not anchor in the clearly marked fairway or close to to the breakwater, ... read more

Your Ratings & Comments

8 comments
UPDATE SPRING 2021
Written by Don Thomson 3 | 26th Mar 2021
I reviewed these notes in March 2021. Thanks to Fred Farmer for his notes below, most of which is now included in the text. Plans to improve Brixham's waterfront are still ongoing otherwise much is still the same (apart from prices)
Brixham Yacht Club Pontoons
Written by Fred Farmer | 24th Dec 2020
When entering Brixham Harbour you have three berthing options. Brixham Marina run by MDL on channel 80, Brixham Town Pontoon run by the Harbour Authority on channel 14 and the Brixham Yacht Club pontoons, the first two being the more expensive options. The Yacht Club pontoons are located just below the Yacht Club on your Starboard hand side just short of the main fishing harbour. Berthing is alongside the pontoons principally on a first come first served basis, rafting up is acceptable, £20 per night payable either online at brixhamyachtclub.com or by phone 01803853332. You will need to inflate your dinghy to cross the 20mt stretch of water to the Yacht Club steps. Once there the friendly and welcoming Club offer shower facilities, a well stocked bar as well as an excellent restaurant offering wonderful views back across Lyme Bay. Brixham is a wonderful cruising destination with character. Please note however that the harbour is open to the North so maybe uncomfortable in a strong North to Easterly breeze.
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UPDATE SPRING 2018
Written by Don Thomson | 26th Apr 2018
The Marina has increased its prices but the harbour pontoons remain the same as they were two years ago. The yacht club is now charging a fixed fee £15 per boat. The mobile number for the bosun is currently not working
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Notes on Brixham Marina
Written by tallmark | 29th Aug 2016
Brixham marina has good modern facilities. It even had a guest lounge [July 2016] - perhaps crew joining the boat could wait here? Please note that access to pontoon G is split: half of it from north of pontoons H&I and the other half from south of them

I thoroughly recommend "The Lusty Wench" restaurant on the NW side of the inner harbour.
Update Spring 2016
Written by dononshytalk | 3rd May 2016
These notes were reviewed by Don in May 2016. Prices have changed
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Update March 2014
Written by dononshytalk | 31st Mar 2014
Correction to the note below - the marina has increased its prices for 2014 in line with the other MDL marinas
Update 2014
Written by dononshytalk | 11th Mar 2014
Brixham has survived the winter and prices remain the same for visitors in 2014
Update 2013
Written by dononshytalk | 24th Jan 2013
The harbour notes for Brixham were updated by Don T on the 24th January 2013. Very little has changed here and the prices have been updated for the 2013 season.
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