At the head of the Kingsbridge Estuary north of Salcombe.

"Kingsbridge is a market town and tourist hub in the South Hams district of Devon, England, with a population of 6,116 at the 2011 census. Two electoral wards bear the name of Kingsbridge (East & North). Their combined population at the above census was 4,381. It is situated at the northern end of the Kingsbridge Estuary, a ria that extends to the sea six miles south of the town. It is the third largest settlement in the South Hams and is 32 miles (51 km) south-southwest of Exeter." Wikipedia

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Nearby Marinas, Harbours and Anchorages

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Kingsbridge Quay & Pontoon
1 . Kingsbridge Quay & Pontoon

Kingsbridge is 3 miles up the estuary from Salcombe and offers a quayside on the west and a pontoon on the east.

The Bag Pontoon & Buoys
2 . The Bag Pontoon & Buoys

This Kingsbridge Estuary has three floating pontoons in the estuary none connected to the shore. The area is scattered with swing mooring buoys.

Salcombe Buoys
3 . Salcombe Buoys

The harbour provides a large number of buoys in in the estuary outside of the town.

Salcombe Town Pontoon
4 . Salcombe Town Pontoon

The Bag is a fixed shore side pontoon up the Kingsbridge Estuary off the Salcombe Town.

Salcombe South Sands
5 . Salcombe South Sands

A sandy beach head between two rocky shores, with plenty of boats anchoring up.

Elender Cove
6 . Elender Cove

A smal sandy cove sheltered by the surrounding rocky shore.

Dartmouth Pontoon & Buoys
7 . Dartmouth Pontoon & Buoys

Dart Harbour is a Trust Port in one of the finest natural harbours in the UK. The River Dart whose source is high on Dartmoor flows through the towns of Totnes and Dartmouth, South Devon, England. ...

8 . Darthaven

Darthaven Marina (based at Kingswear directly opposite Dartmouth) has 270 berths in total set over four main pontoons and prides itself in keeping a clean and well maintained environment throughout...

9 . Dart

A warm welcome to all boat owners and their crews. Our yacht harbour on the River Dart has a first class position within Dartmouth's spectacular deep-water estuary.Entering between two castles, you...

10 . Noss

Set on the sunny eastern bank of the River Dart, in a secluded area of outstanding natural beauty and just minutes from Dartmouth, Noss on Dart Marina offers easy access to some of the most beautif...

Dittisham Buoys
11 . Dittisham Buoys

A small village up the river Dart 5 miles north of Dartmouth with a scattering of mooring buoys.

Totnes Dock
12 . Totnes Dock

A large dry dock on the river side south of the town, further up the river splits around a large mound and offers a few buoys and a quayside.

River Yealm Buoys
13 . River Yealm Buoys

A long sweeping river full of buoys and quite congested, hidden and sheltered behind the headland.

Brixham Town Quay
14 . Brixham Town Quay

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

15 . Paignton

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

St Mary's Bay
16 . St Mary's Bay

A large east facing bay south of Brixham with rocky outcrops in the bay.

Oxen Cove Moorings
17 . Oxen Cove Moorings

A scattering of swing mooring buoys for local vessels.

18 . Brixham

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...

Yacht Haven Quay
19 . Yacht Haven Quay

Two smal pontoons a little further up the river from Plymouth yacht Haven.

Turnchapel Wharf
20 . Turnchapel Wharf

Mostly a business park with a small pontoon next to the yacht haven.

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Nearby Towns

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1 . Salcombe
(England )

A leafy town and busy natural harbour on the Kingsbridge estuary.

Outer Hope
2 . Outer Hope
(England )

A small west facing village on the southern coast of England.

Bigbury on Sea
3 . Bigbury on Sea
(England )

A small town with a ricky coastline on the southern shore of England.

4 . Torcross
(England )

A tiny village with a very long east facing sandy coastline, next to the Slapton Ley National Reserve.

5 . Dartmouth
(England )

A busy town and harbour on the River Dart.

6 . Kingswear
(England )

A small village near the mouth of the River Dart.

7 . Dittisham
(England )

A small village on the River Dart north of Dartmouth.

Stoke Gabriel
8 . Stoke Gabriel
(England )

A small village found near the River Dart.

9 . Totnes
(England )

A large inland town linked to the English Channel by the long River Dart.

Newton Ferrers
10 . Newton Ferrers
(England )

A large town on the tidal River Yealm and a safe harbour a short distance up from the rocky southern coast.

11 . Brixham
(England )

A large town on the southern side of Tor Bay.

12 . Paignton
(England )

A large town in Devon on the southern coast of England.

13 . Turnchapel
(England )

A small town overlooking Plymouth.

14 . Torquay
(England )

A large town in Devon built around a natural peninsula on the southern coast of England.

15 . Plymouth
(England )

Plymouth is a costal city on the south coast of Devon, England.

16 . Cawsand
(England )

Cawsand and Kingsand are two adjacent small villages south west of Plymouth.

17 . Torpoint
(England )

A small town to the west of Plymouth overlooking the large shipyard.

18 . Shaldon
(England )

The small town of Sheldon overlooks the larger town of Teignmouth.

19 . Saltash
(England )

A town to the west of Plymouth where both the River Lynher and River Tamer meet.

20 . Teignmouth
(England )

A large town on the mouth of the estuary of the River Teign on the southern coast of England.

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