Two new Harbour Directions introduced in Falmouth’s waters

Falmouth Harbour Commissioners (FHC) has introduced two new harbour directions for Falmouth’s waters. The bathing zone in Falmouth Bay, which covers the areas off Gyllyngvase, Castle, Swanpool and Maenporth beaches, will be extended to 250 metres off shore (below the mean low water mark). The previous four-knot speed limit, applied 100 metres off shore, was...

Diary date: Falmouth Harbour Commissioners’ annual public meeting

Falmouth Harbour Commissioners, the statutory body responsible for managing Falmouth Harbour, will be hosting its annual public meeting on Tuesday 20th September at 7pm. The meeting, which will take place in the Learning Centre at the National Maritime Museum Cornwall in Falmouth, is open to members of the public. During the meeting, Falmouth Harbour Commissioners...

FHC to consult on two new harbour directions

Falmouth Harbour Commissioners are advertising two new Harbour Directions to regulate navigation in their Harbour Area. The first of these number 0116 sees an extension of the protected bathing area with the limit moving from 100m to 250m below the Mean Low Water Mark. The reason for this is feedback that the previous zone was...

Diary date: Falmouth Harbour Commissioners host dredging update exhibition

Falmouth Harbour Commissioners, the statutory body responsible for managing Falmouth Harbour, will be hosting a public exhibition on Wednesday 25th May. The exhibition will take place at The Poly in Falmouth, and is intended to help people understand the thinking behind the proposal to dredge and explain what a deeper approach channel into Falmouth Docks...