Weymouth Marina

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Weymouth Marina is tucked away at the head of the harbour, with quiet, secure berths just a stroll from the beach and shops.


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Weymouth Marina

The marina is well maintained and orderly, the shower blocks have been kept tidy. Marina staff are very pleasant and helpful. The marina is close to the town centre walking distance and other places, it was a short walk to find the nearest coffee shop.





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