Mariner’s information

Situated on the South East tip of England, the Royal Harbour Marina offers an unrivalled location with 24 hour access to our Outer Marina.

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The Four Gold Anchor Award complex

The comfort of our visitors is important to us and we offer a variety of services and facilities to make your visit to the harbour the best it can possible be.

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Our available berths

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Useful information

For any other enquiries please contact our harbour master.

Port Control

Port Control is manned 24 hours a day and is equipped with the latest radar and communications equipment, on VHF Channel 14.

Contacting marina staff

Marina staff can be contacted on VHF Channel 80, when entering the Royal Harbour. During the summer period the marina staff will allocate a suitable berth for you. During the winter period you will be instructed to take any vacant berth, unless they are marked ‘Reserved’.

Marina information

Inner Marina used by permanent berth holders, with access approximately 2 hours each side of high water.

Western Marina is found on the left hand side as you enter the Royal Harbour Marina, used by permanent berth holders and visitors.

Eastern Marina is found directly ahead as you enter the Royal Harbour Marina, used by fishing, angling and visiting boats.

Security

Security is 24 hours with CCTV surveillance.

Information for live on board vessels

Live on board vessels: please note that Ramsgate is not a residential marina.

Tradesmen working in the harbour

Tradesmen working in the Harbour All tradesmen working for hire on boats within the Royal Harbour Marina must have insurance and a licence, available from the harbour office.

Notice to Mariners

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NTM 15/2022 – Dreadging Campaign

DREDGING CAMPAIGN Mariners are advised that the Grab Dredger ‘Wyre Sand’ will be undertaking a ...

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NTM 14/2022 – Dredging Campaign

Mariners are advised that the North Quern cardinal buoy...

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NTM 13/2022 – North Quern Buoy

Mariners are advised that the North Quern cardinal buoy...

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