Washrooms and Showers

Showers and toilets are available on the Town Quay adjacent to the visitors’ pontoon and moorings, and are open all year round. Use is included within the mooring fee. IMPORTANT: Due to Covid-19 an enhanced cleaning regime is in place. During cleaning periods the washrooms will be closed and we ask for your patience while cleaning is taking place. A hand sanitiser station is provided inside the washroom lobby area and we ask that you sanitise you hands before using any of the facilities and on leaving. Thank you for helping to keep fellow visitors safe!  

Visitors to the Dan Bran pontoon can use the Lymington Town Sailing Club shower & toilet facilities. Use is included within the mooring fee. IMPORTANT: Due to Covid-19, Lymington Town Sailing Club have advised that their washroom and shower facilities will remain closed until further notice. There are public toilets adjacent to the Lymington Town Sailing Club which are open from 08.00 to 19.00 each day and an enhanced cleaning regime is in place. Visitors to the Dan Bran pontoon can use our washroom and shower facilities at Town Quay (10 minute walk)

Both facilities require a key code to gain access. This will be provided by harbour staff when collecting mooring payment and will be printed on your mooring receipt. Please call in advance if you are arriving outside office hours.


Free Wi-Fi internet access is available at the Town Quay, Harbour Master and Dan Bran visitor moorings.The Wi-Fi access code is available at the Harbour Office or on your Harbour mooring receipt. 

Waste Disposal

Facilities for yachtsmen's landed waste are provided at various landing points around the harbour to help you dispose of your waste responsibly.

Lymington Harbour Commissioners provide waste disposal and glass recycling facilities at the bridge head to the Dan Bran pontoon and in a separate bin store within the visitor washroom building at Town Quay. The latter requires a key code to gain access. This will be provided by harbour staff when collecting mooring payment and will be printed on your mooring receipt.

Lymington Harbour Commissioners encourage all vessels to segregate their waste and recycle where possible.

Fuel and Water

Water may be obtained on the two public landings (the Harbour Master Pontoon & Town Quay), and on the Dan Bran pontoon. You must supply your own hose. Fuel and water is also available at Berthon Lymington Marina and Lymington Yacht Haven. The locations of the fuel stations are shown on the Harbour Map.

Scrubbing Grids

Two areas are available, at the Town Quay slipway and three areas immediately north of the Royal Lymington Yacht Club. Reservations and payment must be made through the Harbour Office on 01590 672014 or in person.

 For a full list of charges please click HERE.

 For information on discharging your environmental responsibilities when scrubbing off or removing and applying antifouling paint please click HERE.

 For guidance on how to use the scrubbing grids safely please click HERE.

Public Landings

There are public landings at Town Quay and the Harbour Masters’ Pontoon adjacent to the Bath Road car park. The Town Quay landing is reserved for commercial users only.

Public landings are intended for pick up/drop off only and are used regularly by a wide range of leisure and commercial users. Please vacate the berth as soon as possible to avoid inconveniencing other mariners. If you would like to moor for longer please check visitor berth availability with harbour staff.

Boats must not be left unattended on the Town Quay landing or within the yellow hatched designated emergency services area at the Harbour Master Pontoon.

Public Slipways

There is a public slipway from the Bath Road car park; a charge is made for launching. Pay the harbour staff if present on the slipway or at the adjacent Harbour Office.

Please note slipway safety information HERE.

Please note that Personal Water Craft are not permitted within Lymington Harbour limits.

From time to time it is necessary to introduce temporary slipway closures to allow organised events to launch and recover large numbers of dinghies in safety. When this occurs, typically the slipway will be closed for up to an hour. For a list of planned closures please click HERE.

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