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Old 26-07-2020, 10:00 AM   #1
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Christchurch harbour

Hi all so trying daughters boat out today on thames , was thinking of taking it out from Christchurch harbour in a few weeks time , just wanted a bit of advice , is it a public slipway there , do you have to worry about tide states there , obviously harbour dues there and speed limits , do you have to show your insurance cert? And are sea doos welcome there , if they behave , cheers , donít want to go all the way there and be disappointed 👍🍺
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Old 26-07-2020, 08:43 PM   #2
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You will find it difficult to launch at low tide. Speed limit is 4mph until Mudeford. Takes about 15 mins. Car park and launching are paid for at ticket machine or via parking app, you pay parking and trailer parking in one. No harbour master as such, but there is a patrol boat out usually to check speed and if in trouble. Also keeps the paddle boarders in check. Make sure you stick to navigation channels at all times. Itís shallow if you venture out of them. The channel at Mudeford avoids the sandbank on your exit. Apart from that itís great. I launch there regularly
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Old 28-07-2020, 08:32 PM   #3
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Christchurch harbour

Many thanks for advice mate , going there on 9th aug , high tide at 2 pm ish , if your about will buy you a beer 🍺👍
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Old 11-08-2020, 05:21 PM   #4
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Christchurch harbour

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You will find it difficult to launch at low tide. Speed limit is 4mph until Mudeford. Takes about 15 mins. Car park and launching are paid for at ticket machine or via parking app, you pay parking and trailer parking in one. No harbour master as such, but there is a patrol boat out usually to check speed and if in trouble. Also keeps the paddle boarders in check. Make sure you stick to navigation channels at all times. Itís shallow if you venture out of them. The channel at Mudeford avoids the sandbank on your exit. Apart from that itís great. I launch there regularly
Hi mate

I have only just seen the pic on your user name

We had a good day at Christchurch on Sunday , launched our small cat early before it got to hectic , see you in bubblin hot in que to get out , quite a busy slip , some places are just to good , in the compound there was a clean looking white ring 20/ 21 called toxic , any idea who owns it ? Cheers
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