to CHICHESTER Harbour
Chichester Harbour Conservancy welcomes you to this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty comprising 11 square miles of water and 11 square miles of land with 17 miles of well marked and lighted channels which, with its easy access to the Solent, makes it an ideal water recreation centre.
There are many inter-related activities such as sailing, fishing, walking and wildfowling as well as nearly 9,000 vessels over 3 metres in length, 3,200 moorings, 2,000 berths in four marinas and 14 sailing clubs.
The harbour itself is self-financing from harbour dues which may be paid on an annual, weekly or daily basis to the Harbour Office at Itchenor, the Patrol Officer afloat, or to one of the wardens around the harbour.
Unless you are displaying a current harbour dues paid plaque, you are liable for daily harbour dues. Useful information is given in the centre pages of Harbour News, and also times of High and Low Water at Chichester Bar.
May you have an enjoyable stay and should you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact the Harbour Office.