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Salcombe Harbour (and Kingsbridge Estuary)

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Courtesy Flag

Flag, Red Ensign


Wolf Rock Buoy 50;13'.53N 003:46'.58W


Admiralty 28, SC5602 SC5903 SC5914

Rules & Regulations

The speed limit is 8 knots throughout the harbour with a 6 knot zone from the Marine Hotel to the Saltstone, ie right through all of the moorings.


Dangerous Bar...see notes. Various Charted Rocks in Approach and Entrance areas

Tidal Data Times & Range

HW Dover -0523 MHWS 5.3m MHWN 4.1m MLWN 2.1m MLWS 0.7m   (links)

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General Description

"Ria de Salcombe"... doesn't have quite the ring to it as "Ria de Muros" or "Ria de Vigo" but nevertheless..... ... read more


Approaching Salcombe Harbour from the West involves passing.... ... read more

Berthing, Mooring & Anchoring

There is no Marina in Salcombe.  The options are either.... ... read more

Your Ratings & Comments

Written by Don Thomson | 2nd May 2018
No changes except that there are minor changes to the depths over the bar. Prices have gone up slightly
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Update March 2014
Written by dononshytalk | 24th Mar 2014
These notes were reviewed in March 2014. There are no significant changes and the harbour charges remain the same for the ninth year running. We have now altered the text to conform with the change of name of the Salcombe Harbour Hotel. Ian Gibson is due to retire early this summer but we have left his welcome message in until we review next year.
Update 2013
Written by dononshytalk | 7th Feb 2013
The harbour notes for Salcombe were updated by Don T (with the very co-operative help of Ian Gibson the HM) on the 7th February 2013. The arrangements at Salcombe continue to be upgraded; the Whitestrand pontoon has beeen extended and pontoons further up river realigned. There are now showers supplied by the harbour so it is no longer dependent on the hospitality of the Yacht Club. Out of season where possible the pontoons in the vicinity of Whitestrand will be used to offer AB to visitors.
The change of name of the Marine Hotel advised by Mr Bluesky has not been ignored but as the Admiralty still call it the Marine Hotel on their charts we have kept to the same format to avoid (or compound!) confusion
Hotel Name
Written by MrBlueSky | 30th Mar 2011
The Marine Hotel mentioned in the coverage above, is now the Salcombe Harbour Hotel:

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