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LNtM 02/2023

202302 LnTM Mary Williams Pier


Mary Williams Pier

All Skippers, Owners & Agents,

NOTICE is hereby given that:

  1. February is expected to be particularly busy for the port and demand for berths and quayside space will be extremely high.


  1. In order to manage the berthing schedule on the Mary Williams Pier, all Vessels seeking to do so are requested to provide 24 hours’ notice of arrival to the Harbour Masters office.


  1. The Mary Williams Pier should be kept clear of all gear without the express permission of the Harbour Master.


  1. Vehicles should not be parked on the Mary Williams Pier for longer than is strictly necessary to enable efficient landing operations.


Arrival notifications should be sent to DHM2@newlynharbour.com or message 07771394560.


Please contact the Harbour office for further information.


This Notice shall remain in force until further notice.


Captain J Poynter,

Harbour Master,


Issued on 25/01/2023


Newlyn Research and Development Project – Local Notice to Mariners

The Environment Agency (EA) will commence work on site for the Newlyn Research and Development Project on Tuesday 1 November 2022.  The compound location will be set up in the first week but as of 7 November our contractors will be installing a range of eco-block products from different suppliers on Newlyn Breakwater for research purposes. The evidence gathered will help support their future use, enabling the EA to reduce the carbon cost of new coastal structures whilst also creating new marine habitat.


The dashed orange line on the below plan indicates the route the contractors will be taking from the Compound location on Newlyn Green across the foreshore to the breakwater.  All works will be undertaken 1.5 hours either side of low tide (therefore there will be days at a time where no work can take place).