Newton Ferrers


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

"Newton Ferrers is a village and former manor and ecclesiastical parish in the English county of Devon; it is now in the civil parish of Newton and Noss. It is situated on a creek of the River Yealm estuary, about 6 miles (10 km) south-east of the City of Plymouth. It lies within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. According to the United Kingdom Census 2011

the population of the village of Newton Ferrers was 1,268 and that of the electoral ward of Newton and Noss was 1,814." Wikipedia

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14 . Salcombe South Sands

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

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15 . Salcombe Town Pontoon

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Salcombe Buoys
16 . Salcombe Buoys

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

The Bag Pontoon & Buoys
17 . 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.

Elender Cove
18 . Elender Cove

A smal sandy cove sheltered by the surrounding rocky shore.

Totnes Dock
19 . 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.

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20 . Looe Quay

The quay is on the western side of the River Looe a short distance up from the narrow and rocky river mouth. The eastern quay is for fishing boats.

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