15/12/2014 16:00pm. Harbour Directions Power - Launch of Department for Transport Consultation on applications received from Harbour Authorities wishing to be designated with the power.
The consultation on applications received from Harbour Authorities who have applied to be designated with the power to give harbour directions under the new Section 40A of the Harbours Act 1964, inserted by Section 5 of the Marine Navigation Act 2013 (click here) has been launched today.
The consultation documentation (comprising of Consultation letter, Consultation document and Consultation response form) may be found at the following link on the Department’s website (click here) has been launched today. The consultation will run until Friday 16 January 2015.
17/09/2014 14:53pm. Local Notice To Mariners by Peter Haddock, Harbour Master
HHAL LNtM 1/14 Extant Notices
HHAL LNtM 10/11 Kitesurfing within the jurisdiction of Hayle Harbour Authority
HHAL LNtM 2/13 Quayside Ladder
HHAL LNtM 7/13 Tombstoning
17/01/2013 12:04pm. Channel Entrance Buoys LNtM 11/12 refers by Peter Haddock, Harbour Master
As a result of continual sand migration the Port and Starboard channel entrance buoys do not accurately mark the navigational channel.
Following consultation with Trinity House the UKHO and Harbour Users. The decision has been taken to replace the buoys with a North Cardinal Buoy to manage the risk.
Mariners without local knowledge wishing to enter the harbour are to contact the Harbour Master on 01736 754043.
17/01/2013 12:03pm. Port Marine Safety Code by Peter Haddock, Harbour Master
A hard copy of the Safety Management System is available for viewing at the Harbour Office.
01/05/2013 2:31pm. Hayle Harbour Advisory Committee by Peter Haddock, Harbour Master
Scheduled meetings will be held at the Passmore Edwards meeting room at 1400 on the following dates:
14th January 2015.
17/01/2013 12:01pm. Vacant Moorings Available by Kenneth Routledge, Deputy Harbour Master
HHAL has a number of vacant moorings on Penpol Bank that have a maximum length of 19 feet.
Moorings are also available on the Lelant Saltings with a limit of 35 feet and a draught of 5 feet. There is a limited tidal range on the Lelant Salting.
Facilities are available for dry berthing. For further information please contact the Harbour Office.