You can explore the sheltered scenic Salcombe waters in your own self-drive hire boat. We supply 12-16ft fibreglass boats with steering wheels. Lifejackets, (dog lifejackets), a chart of the estuary and full instructions are all supplied to make your hire as easy and enjoyable as possible.
PASSIONATE ABOUT BOATING ON SALCOMBE ESTUARY
SELF-DRIVE BOAT HIRE
SAILING BOAT HIRE
SPORTS RIB COASTAL RIDES
MACKEREL FISHING TRIPS
Safe and reliable boats for hire in Salcombe, on the South Devon coast.
Whitestrand Boat Hire is a family-run business, and we are all passionate about boating on the Salcombe estuary.
5 NEW BOATS ADDED TO HIRE FLEET.
Brand new Jeanneau caps are ideal for pottering around the estuary, whether it is your first time on the water or if you want to discover more of the nooks and crannies. All five of these new boats have brand new 20 hp Honda four stroke engines, all with power tilt and power start to make life a little easier.
Ask about hiring Daisy, Stan, Ruby, Murf or Hannah.
Dell Quay Dory
To capitalise on the fast growing sport of Stand Up Paddle boarding “SUP” by providing a safe and fun service of tuition, tours, hire & sales at The Crabshell Quay. Aim to set up paddle board school as well as an all year round club. We use the flat waters of Kingsbridge beautiful estuary
Address: Kesup, The Quay, Embankment Road, Kingsbridge, TQ7 1JZ
No visit to Salcombe would be complete without a visit to the immensely interesting Salcombe Maritime and Local History Museum. The exhibitions change annually to keep regular visitors coming back again and again. This museum will take you down memory lane to the days of the smugglers, ship builders and the fast fruit schooners of the 19th century. The children will love the hands-on displays, there are ship models, boatyard models, old photographs, paintings and shipwreck artifacts.
Address: The Old Council Hall, Market Street, Salcombe, TQ8 8DE
VHF Channel 65
The Prawle Point Lookout has a 240° arc of visibility over the sea off the southern tip of Devon – and this sea area includes the entrance to the attractive and popular Salcombe harbour.
A team of around 60 trained and qualified volunteer watchkeepers share daylight watches operating every day of the year. The station is equipped with telescopes, radar, radio and telephone as well as up to date charts. Through close cooperation with the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA), NCI at Prawle Point earned its "Declared Facility Status" in 2000, enabling us to become an integral part of the National Search and Rescue structure.
Latitude: 50° 12' 10.47" N
Longitude: 3° 43' 12.46" W