Following the Government’s roadmap announcement, we are pleased to share our plans for welcoming you back to the Beaulieu River
These dates are subject to Government confirmation and the regulations will be reviewed as and when required
Step 2 – from 12th April
- Boating and other water sport activities permitted with up to one household indoors (below deck) and 6 people / 2 households if outdoors on deck.
- Minimise travel but the stay at home rules are lifted.
- Overnight stays permitted but only for single households or bubble.
- General boat maintenance can resume.
- The chandlery and marina reception will be open but with social distancing rules in place.
- Showers will be open from 08.00 to 20.00. They will be closed overnight to allow for a deep clean.
- Please wear a face covering whilst in buildings.
- Slipway open for day visitors.
Step 3 – no earlier than 17th May
- As above but two households or up to 6 people can stay onboard for overnight visits
Step 4 – no earlier than 21st June
We appreciate how important it is for you to have a safe and enjoyable visit and are taking extra steps to keep you and our team safe. Please help us by following these guidelines:
- If you or anyone in your household is showing symptoms such as a cough, fatigue, fever, loss of taste/smell, you must not visit the river or Yacht Harbour.
- We ask that face coverings are worn in indoor spaces, in accordance with Government regulations.
- Please do not congregate on the walkways and pontoons to talk as this blocks the pathway for other users.
- Access to the site will continue to be monitored so please display your car permit.
- As part of the Track & Trace system we ask you to sign in using the QR scan posters located at the chandlery and Harbour office, or sign in using the log sheet which is located outside of the Harbour office.
- Please maintain your distance from others in the car park, the boatyard and walkways giving the required 2m social distance courtesy to both other boat owners and staff.
- Do not cross on the walkways. Please give priority to fellow boat owners entering the marina before exiting.
- Please wash or sanitise your hands regularly whilst on site. Additional handwashing facilities are available outside of the washroom facilities.
- Please remember to touch as little as possible until you reach your own vessel. This includes handrails, door handles, taps and any other areas of shared contact.
- Trollies are still available for use and will be regularly cleaned, but we recommend you wear gloves or clean the trolley yourself before and after use to protect you and others.
- Water is available in the marina but we recommend using your own hosepipe and cleaning the tap after use.
- Please be aware that we are part way through our marina redevelopment and have contractors working on site. Please do not walk up or use Piers A to C.
At a glance: local facility updates
We are keeping this page as up-to-date as possible, but the situation can change very fast. To avoid disappointment we recommend checking the relevant business website before visiting.
Places to stay
During the current phase of restrictions campsites and self-contained holiday accommodation are open for visits with your household or support bubble. Hotels, hostels and B&Bs remain closed.
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Places to eat
- Captain’s Cabin Tea Rooms – open for takeaways.
- Chandlery – open.
- Emily Woodburn Bespoke Dining – Experienced chef Emily Woodburn offers bespoke ‘All In One Vessel’ dining, delivered directly to your marina berth. Meals are made to order and provided chilled, ready to be heated onboard. If you’re staying on a swinging mooring, Emily can deliver to the marina for you to collect.
- Master Builder’s House Hotel – open for outdoor dining. Choose from seating in the new marquee on the restaurant terrace or on the garden terrace tables.
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Local attractions & activities
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