Maldon and Blackwater
Weather & Tides
- Sunny Intervals
Maximum: 21C, Minimum: 14C
Wind: 18mph Westerly, Visibility: Good, Pollution: Low, Sunrise: 05:15 BST, Sunset: 20:52 BST
- Thundery Showers
Maximum: 19C, Minimum: 12C
Wind: 21mph Southerly, Visibility: Good, Pollution: Low, Sunrise: 05:16 BST, Sunset: 20:50 BST
- Light Rain Showers
Maximum: 21C, Minimum: 12C
Wind: 12mph Westerly, Visibility: Good, Pollution: Low, Sunrise: 05:18 BST, Sunset: 20:49 BST
No tidal data is available for this location
Useful Telephone Numbers
VHF: Call Ch16, Working Ch67 01621 776310
HM Customs Freephone Customs Yachts
River Bailiff: Nigel Harmer
mobile: 07771 935306
Local Met Office 0891 500455
River Warden 01621 856487
Hospital 01245 440761
Rail Enquiries 01206 564777
Bus Enquiries 1345 000333
Police 01245 491491
Tourist Information Centre 01621 856503
West Mersea Yacht Club 01206 382947
Tollesbury Marina 01621 869202
Bradwell Marina 01621 776235
Bradwell Quay Yacht Club 01621 776539
Blackwater Marina 01621 740264
Maldon Quay 01621 856487
Maldon Little Ship Club 01621 854139
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Boat Delivery, Boat Transport, Marine Batteries , Marine Breakdown, Marine Electricians, Marine Electronic Equipment, Marine Electronics, Marine Engineers, Marine Installations, Marine Rigging, Marine Safety Equipment, Online Chandlers
We cover all electrical and mechanical marine services in the East and South England coasts, plus the East coast of Spain. We also deliver emergency and necessary marine equipment to Spain.
Address: PJs Marine Services, Little Warley Hall Lane, Warley, Brentwood, CM13 3EX
Boat Builders & Repairs, Wooden Boat Specialists
Books & Charts, Chandlery, Inflatable Boats, Liferafts & Lifejackets, Marine Clothing, Marine Electronics
Marinestore is a thriving "bricks & mortar" and on-line mail order chandlery with 4 separate retail outlets, each of which contains stock and equipment suitable for the local requirements. The Maldon shop is geared towards the classic and traditional part of the market, supplying unusual but traditional items such as lanolin, red lead powder, bronze fittings and just about anything for the older craft. Modern equipment sits happily alongside all of the traditional gear. The Maldon yard also features some of the best shipwrights around and has berthing and cranage available.
The Burnham shop is situated in Burnham Yacht Harbour at Burnham on Crouch. This place has more of a racing flavour, and the stock reflects this. Titchmarsh Marina at Walton on the Naze hosts our largest and most prestigious shop, over 5000 sq ft of space is dedicated to chandlery. This site caters for cruising craft and larger motor boats. The West Mersea outlet leans towards dinghy and clothing supplies and has a large range of hard to find spares for racing boats.
Bars & Inns, Restaurants
The Jolly Sailor at Hythe Quay in Maldon, Essex, is a delightful 17th Century Pub, ideally located overlooking the River Blackwater, offering food, drink and accommodation.
The Hosts, Alan & Kerry Brett, are enormously proud of the facilities The Jolly Sailor offers, and constantly strive to improve the already high standards of food, drink and accommodation on offer.
The Jolly Sailor is the perfect place to stop for a bite to eat, or just a drink, and is also perfectly located to offer an ideal base for exploring the many delights that this region of East Anglia offers.
Boat Sales-Power, Yacht Brokers, Chandlery, Inflatable Boats, Outboards
You will find everything you need to make your boating days pleasurable, fun, exciting and above all safe. We are dedicated to offering all our customers value for money and a complete service that people can trust and rely on.
Blackwater Marina lies on the UK's east coast in a natural, sheltered harbour between the historic maritime towns of Maldon and Burnham on Crouch. The Continent is a day's sail away, and London an hour by car or train.
The marina has fully serviced pontoon berths for 196 vessels and hardstanding for another 150. In addition, its 100 swinging moorings can offer access at all states of the tide to the region's best cruising waters and some of the UK's rarest wildlife.
The marina has a rich heritage and today is home to an enviable diversity of craft – from Thames Barges and fishing smacks to racing yachts and modern motor cruisers. The extensive shoreside facilities are also decidedly modern, but one thing hasn't changed over the years – the good old-fashioned Blackwater welcome