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Channel 80 News


Approach to Amble Marina with Piling Rfat on B hammerhead

14/05/2024 – Sping update

All berth holders and visiting boats please be aware that our Piling Raft is currently on ‘B’ hammerhead (The Fuel and Reception Pontoon). Approach dead slow. Marina office vhf channel 80. The raft is well lit. If you are visiting please reserve a berth with the office well in advance so berth allocation can be […]

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20/12/23 – Christmas opening times

DECEMBER 2023 Security and safety rounds will be completed on all days when the office is closed. We look forward to bringing you the latest news in late January which will be sent with the 2024 offers. As always, I would like to take this opportunity to say a big thank you to the team […]

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30/10/2023 Winter Update

The 2023 maintenance dredge campaign is now complete. Humber Work Boats have successfully removed nearly 30,000m3 of silt from the marina basin and lifeboat pen ensuring deep water for all boats within the marina. Work to remove the Cutter-Suction dredger John M and ancillary parts were delayed due to inclement weather but the last low […]

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30/08/2023 – Summer Update

Essential improvement and maintenance projects  Piling: The piling project continues at a steady pace. As of 28th August pile number five was in situ and once the new galvanised pontoon section arrives A pontoon will be complete – ahead of Winter – providing a more stable platform for the pontoon that often gets the worst […]

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14/04/23 – Spring Update

On Monday 19th April 2023 we will take the final steps in starting the long planned piling project. The spud legged raft, spider crane, mini rotary piling rig, augers, casings, rock hammers, grout pump, and MMO licence are all finally here or enroute next week, ready to start. A new member of staff will also […]

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06/01/2023- Safety at Amble Marina

We’ve put together some safety information to make sure the marina stays a safe and pleasant place to be. RNLI safety information on safe use of LPG, petrol and avoiding the threat of Carbon Monoxide and fire is available from the office.   Please familiarise yourself with the location of lifesaving and fire fighting equipment […]

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