Visitor Berthing

There is visitor berthing available at Itchenor, Emsworth and Bosham, as well as at most marinas around the harbour who should be contacted directly for berthing information.

Costs for Visiting Vessels

Harbour Dues

Harbour dues are payable in respect of all vessels entering, using or leaving the Harbour, marinas or waters adjacent to the Harbour, from which the vessel can be navigated into, according to the scales set out (except vessels which, in the opinion of the Harbour Master, have been compelled by stress of weather to seek shelter in the Harbour and which do not remain in the Harbour for longer than sixty hours nor land nor embark passengers). Vessel owners are reminded of their statutory obligation to report their arrival within twenty four hours and pay such dues at the Harbour Office at Itchenor or Emsworth.

Please see our Harbour Dues and Charges page for the harbour dues applicable to your vessel.

Conservancy Visitor Mooring and Pontoon Fees

We do not allow the reservation of spaces for visiting vessels, all moorings and berths are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. Please contact 'Chichester Harbout Patrol' or 'Chichester Harbour Radio' on VHF channel 14 for further information.

Please see our handy Guide for Using a Swinging Mooring. With the exception of the pontoons, where contact details must be left with the Harbour Office, vessels may not be left unmanned overnight on the visitors moorings.


There are six visitors' moorings off Itchenor jetty which can take up to six vessels each depending on size. In addition there are visitors' pontoon moorings above Itchenor Sailing Club. Visitors should restrict themselves to the first two lengths of the western end of the pontoon only, as the remaining pontoon is allocated as permanent berths.


A visitors' pontoon with alongside berthing is available at Emsworth situated between three piles near Fowley Island and the Fishermans port hand navigation mark.


There is visitor berthing in the Bosham Channel either on a mooring or alongside the drying quayside. Contact 'Bosham Quay Master' on VHF channel 14 or call 01243 573336 to be allocated a mooring or to come alongside the quay.

Bosham Visitor Mooring Fees

Bosham Quay Visitor Fees


For full details including anchorages, fueling, weather and tides, showers and more please see our Facilities page. If you are planning on doing some sight seeing then please take a look at our Exploring page to find plenty of things to see and do around Chichester Harbour.

Visiting vessels can also be accommodated at Sparkes Marina, Northney Marina, Chichester Marina, Emsworth Yacht Harbour and Hayling Yacht Company. For visitor berthing in Bosham please telephone the Quaymaster on 01243 573336.