Mercury Yacht Harbour is situated in a sheltered wooded site where the shallow waters of Badnam Creek join the River Hamble. Mercury Yacht Harbour also provides an ideal base from which to visit some of our other marinas in the Southampton area. Nearby Ocean Village Marina boasts two cinemas along with shops, restaurants and bars; a wide range of marine services are available at Shamrock Quay and Hamble Point Marina.
The marina is set in 68 acres on the River Hamble of which 10 acres is industrial and commercial office space as well as marina berthing. It is probably the best-kept secret on the River. The most peaceful and tranquil of environments in juxtaposition with the serious businesses that hide within its green surroundings.
Warsash Marine Limited operates the fuelling berth, marina and boatyard at Stone Pier Boatyard in Warsash close to the mouth of the Hamble River. Services include, craning, undercover and yard storage, berthing, drysailing as well as Diesel and LPG sales.
Port Hamble Marina is situated on the River Hamble in the heart of the South Coast's sailing scene. The marina has a proud heritage of refitting and maintaining racing yachts, a tradition that continues today with many different yacht services based at the marina. Picturesque Hamble village, with its inviting pubs and restaurants, is only a few minutes walk away
Deacons Marina and Boatyard is situated on a sheltered bank on the western side of the Hamble River. Deacons Marina has 130 berths afloat and the boatyard has space for 160 boats ashore and craneage facilities for lifting boats up to 20 tons and 45 feet in length.
Set in the quiet upper reaches of the Hamble River, Swanwick Marina offers 24-hour access to the cruising grounds of the Solent. Nearby, the delightful waterside villages of Bursledon, Hamble and Warsash provide great walks and a good selection of restaurants and pubs. Excellent access by road, quality facilities and a fully serviced boatyard complete the picture.
For sheer location alone, Hamble Point Marina is hard to beat. At the mouth of the River Hamble, with easy access to the world famous waters of the Solent, a magnet for competitive sailors from around the globe, it's a favourite with racers and cruising yachtsmen alike. Directly south of the Hamble is the Isle of Wight, with Cowes only a few miles away.