Port Solent Marina is a locked marina, meaning all boat movements in and out of the marina are monitored by Premier Marinas staff. Onshore,
CCTV is deployed across the site.
Port Solent marina operates a 24-hour gated security access control system. The marina’s three bridgehead gates are only accessed by berth holders and visitors using control fobs, and the marina is manned 24/7.
This is complemented by The Boardwalk’s own security measures, which include additional CCTV cameras and a separate security team.
Alongside Premier Marinas' own security measures, Premier is also committed to supporting Project Kraken - a joint coastal crime prevention initiative that’s delivered by the National Crime Agency, Border Force and Police. This initiative encourages close and regular liaison between our marinas and the local Police force who look to both Premier and its customers to report security issues or suspicious situations. If you are at Port Solent Marina and you experience any of the situations described below we ask that you report it immediately to either the marina team or call the local police on 101, or anonymously at Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 quoting 'Kraken'.
Project Kraken: is a national initiative to increase public awareness of terrorism and criminal or suspicious activity at marinas, moorings or on water. You can find more information by clicking here.
If you see unusual or suspicious activity, report it to the marina team if appropriate or call the local police on 101.
If it is an emergency, call 999