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Buckler’s Hard Yacht Harbour has completed the first phase of a major redevelopment plan and is now taking reservations for an increased capacity of permanent berths and moorings, which include deeper berths, a greater number of walk-ashore pontoons and improved facilities.
The Beaulieu River is a special place and the Beaulieu Estate works closely with environmental agencies to continue to protect its unique habitats and species.
Following the latest Government Covid-19 advice, Buckler's Hard Yacht Harbour and the Beaulieu River have today reopened for berth and mooring holders only.
Historic wooden boats, skirmishes with 18th century soldiers, shipwrightry demonstrations, New Forest artwork and the return of the River Cruise will make an unmissable new season at Buckler’s Hard, as exciting events add to the attractions of the historic maritime village for 2020.
Mooring holder James Williamson has won a photographic competition by capturing the natural beauty of the Beaulieu River. His atmospheric shot of the early morning mist over the water was chosen by Lord Montagu, from a selection of entries submitted during 2019.
Beaulieu River resident Dave Berger  shares his experience with feathered stowaways.
Beaulieu River Harbour Master Wendy Stowe has joined a council of her peers to safeguard the interests of UK ports and harbours, being appointed as a council member of the UK Harbour Masters’ Association (UKHMA).
Doggy lifejackets introduced with a new range of Harbour Hounds accessories are outselling human ones in the chandlery at dog-friendly Buckler’s Yacht Harbour.
Sailor, author and broadcaster Tom Cunliffe has created a short film exploring the history of Buckler's Hard.
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