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CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)

See the latest information and advice in Exeter. We are closely monitoring the situation and working with the government and NHS, who are well prepared to deal with this virus.

May bank holiday bin collections

Domestic refuse and recycling collections due on Monday 25 May, will instead take place on Saturday 30 May. All other collections that week will remain as normal – find out when your bin is collected

Visitor Moorings on the Exe Estuary

We have a number of visitor moorings available on a 24 hour or weekly rental basis.

Visitor moorings can be found on The Bight: in the vicinity of number 13 and 15 lateral markers approximately 1 nautical mile from the harbour entrance (50°36.73N – 03°26.09W). A further single mooring is situated by Turf Locks at the entrance to the Exeter Canal.

All visitor moorings are orange and clearly marked with a large V, with the maximum size of vessel in metres listed on the buoy. Moorings are assigned on a first come first served basis.

Visitor mooring charges

Charges for recreational visitor moorings on the Exe Estuary for the 2020 season:

  • £12.88 + VAT per day (per day or part day)
  • £128.75 + VAT month (per month or part month)

Charges for commercial/qualifying vessel moorings on the Exe Estuary for the 2020 season:

  • £51.50+VAT per day (per day or part day)

Longer stays may be arranged, please contact the Harbourmasters Office for details.

How to arrange payment

When you have picked up a visitor mooring, please call us on VHF Channel 12, using the call sign "Exeter Port Authority", or ring tel: 01395 223 265 when you have picked up a visitor mooring.

Please note: There are no formal visitors' landing points, visitors are encouraged to use the water taxi - call on VHF Channel: 37 or Tel: 07970 918418.

 

Approximate location of visitor moorings

 

+ = lateral marker positions

---- = Visitor mooring

 

When this content has been updated

Last updated 20 April 2020