Fowey, Cornwall

Remember to take the mobile number of the skipper with you in case you have any problems. The phone number can be found in your confirmation email.

Fowey is one of the most dramatic historic ports on the South Coast with a fjord like narrow entrance and the steep hillside towns of Fowey and Polruan on each side.

The port can accommodate yachts and large tall ships but your vessel will probably be on a mooring in the middle of the river as the alongside pontoons are only for short stays. There are water taxis or your vessel may use their own tenders to collect or drop you off.

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