A popular town on the southern coast of England with a sandy beach.

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Nearby Marinas and Harbours

Sidmouth Beach
1 . Sidmouth Beach

A drying beach used by a local sailing club.

Axmouth Harbour
2 . Axmouth Harbour

Behind the shingle bank is a small harbour with four pontoons that dries with the tide.

Exmouth Marina
3 . Exmouth Marina

The marina is set back and accessed through a small narrow channel on the eastern bank opposite the sandbank Warren point. Inside the marina behind the footbridge there are a small number of pontoo...

Starcross Jetty
4 . Starcross Jetty

The local yacht club at Starcross have a jetty (adjacent to ferry) that extends into the River Exe and may offer temporary mooring.

River Exe Buoys
5 . River Exe Buoys

This series of buoys are consumed by local boats and subject to strong tides.

Topsham Quay
6 . Topsham Quay

This quayside mooring drys in low tide along with the whole river.

Exeter Basin
7 . Exeter Basin

The harbour is found a good way up the River Exe along the canal past Topsham. It offers some visitor moorings.

Lyme Regis Harbour
8 . Lyme Regis Harbour

The inner harbour dries in low tide, but outside the harbour four short pontoons offer some mooring options with some protection from the extended breakwater.

Teignmouth Quays
9 . Teignmouth Quays

There are three quays on the eastern side of the river, the middle one (Eastern Quay) may offer some mooring for visitors.

Teignmouth Pontoons
10 . Teignmouth Pontoons

Three floating pontoons on the eastern side of the River Teign provide some mooring options for visitors.

Teignmounth Buoys
11 . Teignmounth Buoys

A large number of buoys in the river are reserved for small local boats.

Watcombe Cove
12 . Watcombe Cove

A small beachy cove may provide (very) limited opportunities for anchoring in the right conditions.

Torquay Old Harbour
13 . Torquay Old Harbour

A shallow area behind a lifting footbridge is mostly full of smaller local boats.

Torquay Dock
14 . Torquay Dock

On the western side of the harbour behind the wave breaker are three pontoons. Visitors are welcome on the inside of the wave-break.

Torquay Marina
15 . Torquay Marina

Torquay Marina is in the north-east corner of Torbay and sheltered from the prevailing south-westerly winds, so it's a safe haven for boats in all weathers. With modern facilities and superb bluewa...

West Bay Harbour
16 . West Bay Harbour

The harbour is at the mouth of the river Brit and has an inner drying harbour, and also three outer short pontoons.

Paignton Harbour
17 . Paignton Harbour

A small busy, shallow harbour to the north of the cliff outcrop and south of the beach. May not offer much for visiting yachts.

Brixham Marina
18 . Brixham Marina

Brixham Marina is in the heart of Brixham, a picturesque Devon town in the wider area of Torbay. Sheltered from the south-westerly winds and offering safe access in all weathers and at all states o...

Oxen Cove Moorings
19 . Oxen Cove Moorings

A scattering of swing mooring buoys for local vessels.

Brixham Town Quay
20 . Brixham Town Quay

The inner harbour and town quay is well sheltered but shallows quickly.

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