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Falmouth 3, Carrick Roads, as far as Restronguet Creek, including Mylor and its Marina

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Courtesy Flag

Flag, Red Ensign

Waypoint

None Given

Charts

Admiralty, 32, 154, 18, SC5602 SC5912

Rules & Regulations

Hazards

Water Skiing Area, St.Mawes Bank, Deep Channel marked by Buoyage, Large Shallow Areas

Tidal Data Times & Range

HW Dover -6.10 MHWS 5.3m MHWN 4.2m MLWN 1.9m MLWS 0.6m   (links)

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General Description

Carrick Roads, appears as a vast expanse of water but in actual fact ... read more

Approach

Entering Carrick roads is straightforward if you have ... read more

Berthing, Mooring & Anchoring

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Your Ratings & Comments

8 comments
Eating, Drinking & Entertainment
Written by Arjana | 7th Aug 2021
With regard to the entry for Mylor things have moved on from 'The Ganges'. The harbour now has Castaways, a restaurant open all day during the season (www.castawaysmylor.com) and a cafe which is open throughput the day from breakfast to afternoon tea time. Excellent food. (www.cafemylor.com)
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UPDATE SPRING 2021
Written by Don Thomson 3 | 31st Mar 2021
I reviewed these notes at the end of March 2021. Mylor hasn't changed apart from a small increase in prices. Thanks to Tyro for his notes on the Pandora Inn. I am investigating the facilities at Penpol Boatyard.
Mylor Yacht Harbour and Cockwell's yard 2019
Written by Tyro Sailor | 19th Mar 2021
Very crowded. They let me tie up on the fuel berth - as they had no fuel - and I just squeezed my 26' boat in. Laundrette was good, and a v posh-looking yacht club which was closed for a conference.

Further up the Creek on the port hand is Cockwell's yard where they have a single pontoon berth available to visitors (at £20). The only loo and shower is off the foyer of the office building - so only open office hours. The receptionist was helpful and friendly. Very sheltered, which was important at the time.
Pandora Inn, Restronguet
Written by Tyro Sailor | 19th Mar 2021
The pub's pontoon, busy with diners and drinkers, is available for smallish yachts as well as dinghies. There's enough water to get alongside the hammerhead in the top half of the tide; when I arrived on a busy summer afternoon in 2019 it was occupied and I had to go round the side which was a bit marginal, even with a draught of 3'. There were also miscellaneous dinghies, dories and canoes which were moved to shallower water on request. Plenty of cleats and sturdy railings. The bottom dries to fairly flat muddy gravel.

The pub does a variety of meals at a variety of prices and good beer too. No sign of the laundrette mentioned in the Pilot and the shower, in the accessible loo inside the pub and open the same hours, needs coins (£1?) to make it work. Ben Ainslie's gold post box is set into the pub's front wall. He has another one in Lymington.
UPDATE SPRING 2018
Written by Don Thomson | 30th Apr 2018
There has been an increase in the fess at Mylor, otherwise no changes
Update Spring 2016
Written by dononshytalk | 3rd May 2016
These notes were reviewed by Don in May 2016. No changes
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Update March 2014
Written by dononshytalk | 13th Mar 2014
Mylor Marina visitors charges have gone up otherwise no changes from last year
Update 2013
Written by dononshytalk | 28th Jan 2013
The harbour notes for Falmouth 3 were updated by Don T on the 28th January 2013. There are no major changes to this section of Falmouth Harbour and the prices have been corrected for the 2013 season
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