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Fuel Berth and Pump Out at Port Solent Marina

Fuel Bay

Port Solent Marina’s fuel berth is located close to the Marina Reception and the lock. It is open every day and sells diesel and unleaded petrol, both of which are available to Premier Berth Holders at cost. Replacement gas cylinders are also available on the fuel berth.

Customers are requested to call ahead on VHF Channel 80 or 02392 210 765 before heading for the fuel berth for service. Outside of office hours the operation of the lock takes priority over fuel services.

The petrol availability and opening times are governed by the Harbour Master.

OPEN: 8:00-18:00 Hours Daily

WINTER: Daylight Hours Only

Out of Hours: Berth Holders please contact Reception via The Help Point

From September 2021, the standard petrol used in the UK changed from E5 (95 octane) to E10. Although the Government has said that E10 petrol is compatible with 95% of petrol-powered road vehicles, it has acknowledged that some older boats with petrol engines may not be compatible with the new fuel. As such, Premier will continue to provide the standard E5 petrol on the fuel berths across our marinas at this current time to allow our berth holders more time to prepare for the introduction of E10 petrol in the near future. The standard E5 petrol will be referred to as "super unleaded" petrol going forward and is indicated with new signage on each of the fuel berths. To read our full statement, please click here. 

Premier Marinas Marine Diesel

Premier provides high quality fuel sourced from WP Group. 

Pump-out Facilities

Port Solent’s holding tank pump-out facility is located on the marina’s fuel berth. Charges are £10 per 15 minutes* for Premier Berth Holders, £25 per 15 minutes for commercial and monthly berth holders and for overnight visitors. Please visit the Marina Reception to purchase a token and for an adaptor if required.

*Note a 15 minute slot will usually suffice to empty an average tank.