St Mary’s Harbour (Isles Of Scilly)

Authority:
Duchy of Cornwall
Ownership:
Duchy of Cornwall
Contact:
Harbour office,
The Quay,
St Mary’s
Isles of Scilly
TR21 0HU

Tel: 01720 422768

Tel: 07789 273626 (emergency only)

Email: info@stmarys-harbour.co.uk
Web: www.stmarys-harbour.co.uk
Transport Connections:
Nearest passenger rail: Penzance, Cornwall, approx 56km
Nearest int’l airport: Plymouth 190km approx
Other connections: By fixed wing aircraft from Lands End, Newquay.
Location:
Lat: 49° 55.1’ N; Long: 06° 19.0’ W 40km southwest of Lands End
Storage:
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Pilotage:
Compulsory for trawlers over 47.5m, Vessels over 30m
Approximate Annual Tonnage:
100,000
Port Contacts:
Harbour Master: Dale. J. Clark Mob: 07789273610

Email:hm@stmarys-harbour.co.uk
Normal hours: Winter – Mon-Fri 0800 – 1700
Summer 08:00 – 17:00 all week
VHF – Monitoring 16, Working channel within harbour – 14 24-hr Tel: 07789 273626 (emergency only)
Commercial Cargo Handling Facilities:
Stevedoring provided by private operators. forklift trucks: 3 max capacity 6T
Principal Activities:
Passengers;
General cargo
Access and Accomodation:
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Facilities and Services:
Moorings for yachts/leisure craft, electricity, fuel, water, engineering repairs, sail maker and chandlery

St. Mary’s Harbour is the principle port for the Isles of Scilly, an archipelago of several hundred islands situated 28 miles south west of Lands End, of which five are inhabited.The Port is the centre for all commercial vessels operating from the mainland and off islands, including over 20 fishing boats. St Mary’s Harbour is the Competent Harbour Authority for pilotage matters throughout the islands. It is also the main base for the R.N.L.I. Severn Class Lifeboat.T

here are 230 local moorings, 40secure deep water moorings, 108 running lines, 33 beach moorings and 12 drying moorings for visiting yachts and ribs.

St Mary’s Harbour averages over 2,500 yacht visits a year, the majority from the EEC. In 2017 there were 55 cruise ship visits