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  • Exeter Port Authority

    The EPA manage the estuary and canal from Exmouth to Exeter. Their site includes information on tides, visitors’ berths, mooring, navigation, fishing, ferries, storage, the Harbour Patrol and many other services.

  • Exe Estuary Management Partnership

    This organisation has responsibility for managing many aspects of the estuary in voluntary partnership with local communities. It aims to: ‘balance competing demands and address any conflicts as they arise, to help ensure that the estuary retains its magic far into the future’. The website is a very good source of information, with further useful web-links.

  • Exmouth NCI (Channel 65)

    NCI Exmouth is one of 58 National Coastwatch Institution (NCI) lookout stations around the coasts of England and Wales. At Exmouth, the sea approaches to the estuary can be dangerous in strong onshore winds and swell, as can the strong tidal and river streams inside the estuary mouth and up the river. Contact Exmouth NCI for advice on current conditions and radio checks on VHF Channel 65, callsign “EXMOUTH NCI”.

  • Dawlish Wave Buoy Information

    See the latest sea temperature and 24 hour projection of wave heights off Dawlish – as provided by the National Network of Regional Coastal Monitoring Programmes.

  • Straight Point Firing Range

    Before turning East at the mouth of the Exe, check on this Ministry of Defence website for current firing times …. or check your track to sail beyond the charted and buoyed area of the range!

  • Royal Yachting Association

    RYA is the national governing body for dinghy, motor and sail cruising, all forms of sail racing, RIBs and sportsboats, windsurfing and personal watercraft. It manages UK-wide training and qualifications provision in all aspects of sailing.

  • SafeTrx coastguard tracking system

    RYA safeTrx App uses mobile phone GPS data to track Inshore voyages. Small craft, kayaks, or even coasteering individuals can register their voyage plan, share it in real time with friends, family and emergency contacts. The app tracks the device even if it is in a black spot, e.g. under cliffs. The group sharing feature allows all members of a group in separate craft to be tracked by one shore side contact.

  • Coastguard Search and Rescue

    Contact details and opening times for coastguard and marine offices managed by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency. This includes the Falmouth Maritime Rescue Coordination Centre, phone: 01326 317 575

  • Bird Flu - how to report dead wild birds

    This government website should be used to report dead wild birds if you find:

    • 1 or more dead bird of prey, gull, swan, goose or duck in the same place
    • 5 or more dead wild birds of any other species in the same place
  • Government reporting for pleasure craft sailing to and from UK

    For those planing to sail outside UK territorial waters or bringing a boat back from outside the UK, This link takes you the UK Gov website. 1st option is the preferrred online system. The back-up 2nd option allows you to fill in a template that has to be posted to the authorities.

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