Navigating to Noss on Dart by sea

Noss on Dart Marina is situated on the eastern bank of the River Dart, just a short distance upriver from Dartmouth.

We enjoy welcoming visitors to all our marinas, but we strongly advise pre-booking, especially in peak season. Priority access is given to Premier berth holders visiting from other marinas. 

The following notes are provided as a simple guide to approaching the marina by sea and should not be relied on for navigation. Please consult up-to-date charts and pilot books to ensure you are aware of any navigational dangers. Visitors should also be aware of current Notices to Mariners, the weather and tides. See Noss on Dart tide times here.

From the Dartmouth Harbour entrance, follow the starboard channel markers. The River Dart is a popular and busy river and should be navigated with care. A speed limit of six knots applies throughout. 

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Entrance channel

After entering the River Dart, pass the Lower and Higher car ferries. Noss on Dart Marina is situated on the starboard side a little way above the Higher Ferry. All the entrance piles are lit. On approaching the marina, please call the marina’s reception on VHF Channel 80 or telephone 01803 839 087.

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Dart Harbour Dues

All users of Dart Harbour, including visitors, are required to pay Harbour Dues. Information on these is available on the Dart Harbour website, where annual fees can be paid directly online. Visitor’s Harbour Dues will be collected by Premier Marinas on behalf of Dart Harbour on payment of berthing fees. 

Dart Harbour Dues

Notice to mariners

Keep up to date with the latest notices to mariners from Dartmouth Harbour.

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