Read the 'small print', our policies and guidelines. Call us if you'd prefer to chat things through.
We like to be open and straightforward with all of our customers and marina users, but all businesses have to have some small print and policies. You can download the PDF documents below. If you have any questions, please email [email protected]
- Fair berthing contracts - what different contracts mean, and how to chose the right contract to suit you
- Our terms and conditions (December 2016) - the legal stuff
We ask every berth holder to complete a boat safety form and return it to the marina office. This will give us vital information in an emergency such as a fire, fuel spillage or sinking.
Your health and safety
Thank you from us
We'd like to say 'thank you' to our photographers, and to the subjects of their pictures. The pictures on our website and brochures are taken in and around our marinas, capturing everyday scenes with berth holders and visitors.
Ross Young Photographers rossyoung.co.uk
Steve Belasco jurassicphotographic.com
Ian Roman ianroman.com
Plus our own in-house snappers Mike Townshend, Ben Lippiett and Rachel Hibberd.
For contractors and anyone working on boats
Information for anyone working in our marinas or boat yards on boats other than their own, whether or not for payment. To keep all of our customers and staff safe, we require all contractors to sign-in with the marina office before starting work. All contractors should have a signed contractor permit and have provided a copy of their insurance certificates to the marina office.
At Portland marina and boat yard we have a new policy in place which requires contractors to pay a nominal fee. There are no contractor charges in place at Haslar, East Cowes or Weymouth marinas, but all contractors must still complete and sign a permit.