1986 Chichester Yacht Basin

 Chichester Yacht Basin is an          
 attractive and well established Marina
 providing moorings for 920 craft and  
 safe sailing in any weather in        
 beautiful surroundings. The Basin has 
 no tide and only minimal rise and     
 fall, ensuring safe moorings. The     
 electric lock provides access at      
 nearly all stages of the tide and is  
 open for 'free-flow' for up to 2 hours
 either side of high water. Facilities 
 include toilet and shower blocks, car 
 parking, shops, including a chandlery 
 and licensed general stores and a fuel
 jetty. There is a Yacht Club, serving 
 meals on site, with sail,             
 motor-cruising and dinghy sections. A 
 sailing school, a yacht brokerage and 
 boatyard with lifting facilities      
 completes the services.               
                                       
                                       
 

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