• photo by Soul Photography

    photo by Soul Photography

  • Your Harbour of choice

    Your Harbour of choice

  • Folklore at Oktoberfest 2017

    Folklore at Oktoberfest 2017

  • Sunrise from The Duver

    Sunrise from The Duver

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Welcome to Bembridge Harbour

It may have been a bit damp over the Easter weekend, but Drew's Brews was here serving up delicious fresh coffee, teas and hot chocolate, and he'll be back at weekends throughout the holiday period.  Please check our Facebook page or DrewsBrewsIOW for timings (if the weather is really terrible he may not be able to operate). 

The mid-Harbour moorings are laid and over-wintering boats have moved to the central harbour or departed for their home ports on the mainland.  There's still offers to be had at Bembridge Boat Storage for Spring lift and scrubs, They also offer internal/external storage, shrink wrapping, valet services and general maintenance, or you can use their slipway to "do-it-yourself" or Rent a Rack.  

Our Family Fun Weekend at the end of July is a wonderful, action packed event - this year being held from 27th-29th.  Jazz on the Quay is on Saturday 16th June (a report and gallery for the 2017 events can be found on the event pages).    

New last year - Oktoberfest (held in September as tradition dictates!) will be on Saturday 22nd.  A feast of local fare, Island made beers and ales, and local musicians.

Our 2018 nominated charity is The Sophie Rolf Trust - KissyPuppy, for whom we will be fundraising throughout the year.  In 2017 we raised over £4,000 so it would fantastic to beat that total this year.  Please have a look at their page to read about the wonderful work they are doing. 

For Facebook followers we will be continuing our monthly Draw to win a night's FREE visitor berth during 2018 .... 

For visitors new to the Harbour we recommend a look at the Navigation Section, where you'll find a pictorial guide to safe pilotage in the Harbour that can be printed off for use on board. There is also a video guide of the entrance channel and an electronic Navionics chart.  

The Harbour is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and nearby Brading Marshes are home to the first RSPB site on the Island. There are many picturesque walks in and around the area, historic sites to visit, beautiful beaches to enjoy and a busy Harbour where there's always something to watch. The villages of Bembridge and St Helens offer a rich variety of shops, restaurants and pubs and are well worth exploring. Visit our Local Information section for more details.  Bembridge Sailing Club and Brading Haven Yacht Club both offer their facilities to visiting yachtsmen - details here.

See you soon ...
Malcolm & Fiona Thorpe