Southwold Harbour Lands consultation
Local people have been asked to express their views on proposals for the future management of the Southwold Harbour Lands.
Councillors from Southwold Town Council and East Suffolk Council proposed the creation of a new strategic body which would oversee harbour operation, bringing expertise and experience to the management of the port.
The structure would establish a Harbour Management Committee as a means of governing the Southwold Harbour Lands and would consist of a group of councillors and experts committed to securing long-term investment, while also reinforcing transparency and local involvement.
The consultation closed on 28 February 2019.
Please contact the Harbour Master before entry. All visitors should make contact with the harbour master 24 hours before their planned visit.
The approaches to Southwold are dogged by a series of sand and shingle banks which are constantly on the move especially in the winter months. Contact the harbour office for updated information.
Providing permanent and short stay moorings for the local community and visitors to the district, Southwold Harbour is situated in an area that is designated as an area of outstanding beauty and adjacent to the Southwold Denes Beach. Southwold has a historic town centre, which is within easy walking distance and is the home of the famous Adnams brewery.
Situated in North Suffolk Southwold is ideally located to explore nearby towns such as Lowestoft, Kessingland, Walberswick, Aldeburgh, Snape and Beccles. If you're looking for a quiet relaxing holiday, Southwold is the place to be. Southwold boasts two award winning beaches, skirted with the famous Southwold Beach Huts.
|Southwold Harbour byelaws and notices|
Moorings are available all year round for visiting vessels. Southwold Harbour is very busy during the summer months and therefore advanced booking is strongly recommended during this period.
Whilst there is no charge for using the slip here there are other charges applicable when a vessel is launched; the daily rate is £9.00. Alternatively any vessel using the harbour frequently may prefer to pay an annual clearance (April to March), the cost of which depends on the length of the vessel, e.g. up to 20ft (6.1m) the cost is £68.00.
Storage ashore is £2.50 per foot (305mm). Winter Moorings on visitors stage is £3.70 per foot (305mm) per month.
Summer visitors moorings are: