Being the second-largest natural harbour in the world, Poole offers endless possibilities for sailing enthusiasts. Whether you are after a lively night on the quay or a quiet night at anchor, you are bound to find the perfect spot.
The harbour attracts 12,000 visiting boats a year. It has been dredged to accommodate cross Channel ferries and coastal freighters.
Either side of Poole Harbour entrance is two very different stretches of beach.
To the west, Studland Bay is pretty and fringed by sand dunes.
To the east of the harbour entrance, multi million-pound properties line Sandbanks beach, becoming high rise apartments all the way to Bournemouth.
Poole Quay is the hub of the town. The front is lined with pubs, bars, restaurants and shops and in the summer is heaving with tourists.
We are open for charters throughout the winter. We have some special Winter Day Rates so just contact us if you want to get out on the water.
Family groups can charter for any length of time but we have to restrict people from different households to day charters only. If you don't know how to sail we can provide a skipper.