Getting here by Sea
For helpful information on navigating the river and pointing out points of interest such as berthing and mooring options and where to get fuel, check out our harbour navigation video and interactive harbour map using the buttons below.
Getting here by road
For satnav the Harbour Office is located at SO41 3SE.
Lymington lies on the A337 which runs from Christchurch to Cadnam. From the west (Bournemouth and Poole direction), the simplest route is the A337 via Christchurch, Highcliffe, New Milton.
From the London, M3 or the north, you have a choice. The easiest and most scenic route is to take the M27 to Junction 1 (Cadnam/The New Forest) and then follow the A337 through Lyndhurst and Brockenhurst. However, do check traffic reports as Lyndhurst can get very busy at holiday times.
Another option is to leave the M27 at Junction 3, then take the M271 to Totton, then the A326 towards Fawley then the Beaulieu Road through Beaulieu to Hatchet Pond where you’ll fork left on the B3054 to Lymington. This will bring you in across the Lymington River and in to Lymington.
Getting here by train
The Lymington line is a branch off the main Waterloo to Weymouth line, change at Brockenhurst for Lymington Town and Lymington Pier (for the Ferry). It’s a ten minute scenic ride along the Lymington River to Lymington Town Station – and then on to Lymington Pier if you’re heading to the Isle of Wight via ferry to Yarmouth.
Lymington Town Station is very close to the centre of Lymington and the Town Quay visitor moorings. Walk straight up Station Street from the station (passing the wonderful Bosun's Chair pub with rooms - great food and atmosphere!) and turn left into Gosport Street, which brings you to the bottom of Lymington High Street passing several of our lovely Lymington shops and hostelries on the way.