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Our yard was established on the river Hamble in the 1920s, and has been providing boatbuilding, repairs, engineering services and DIY yard space ever since.
Our hoist can lift yachts and motorboats to 14m (45 feet) or 15 tonnes. From lifts and launches to mast unstepping, we can help.
We care about your boat as much as you do. We provide a one-stop shop for all boat repair and maintenance tasks, from showers to keels, rigging to thrusters. You only need to make one call – we’ll take care of it all.
We offer special boatyard benefits for all boatfolk annual berth holders, including:
Specialist in full coppercoat application.
Antifouling, epoxy treatment, topsides polish, topsides respray, replacement seacocks, GRP repairs.
Full rig inspections, standing and running rigging replacements, rope splicing, wire strops.
Keel and rudder
Rudder rebuild, keel removal, keel bolt inspection, keel bolt replacement, keel matrix repair.
Inboard and outboard engine servicing, engine installation, bow thruster installation, propellers and stern gear.
Replacement windows and hatches, winch and windlass service and installation, rigging, handrails and pulpits, stainless work, anchor systems, covers and sails.
Electrical systems, new showers, fresh water tanks, sea toilets, interior woodwork, navigation, electronics and interior furnishings.
Onsite include Marine Power & Servicing, Force 4 Chandlery, Why Boats, Quay Canvas, Knight Marine Electronics
For anyone and everyone who loves to mess about by, in or on the water! A day of fun with themed water carnival, silly races and a torchlit parade and firework extravaganza. Don’t miss it!
Whether you’re looking to brush up or learn new skills, or need some own boat tuition, Mendez Marine can provide both bespoke and RYA approved courses. Evening courses available and discounts for Deacons Berth Holders provided.
The Hamble is stunning and a great place to kick back and relax, but it’s also a fabulous starting point for a cruise downriver and out into The Solent. Our sister marinas Haslar in Portsmouth Harbour and East Cowes on The Isle of Wight make for a great day sail, or evening stopover, with lots to see and do locally.
Enter the Hamble river, keeping a listening watch on VHF Ch 68 'Hamble Harbour Radio'. The speed limit is 6 knots.
The Hamble can be very busy with a wide variety of craft, so please keep a good watch. Beware boats exiting the marinas across the channel. You can sail in the river, but your engine must be instantly available and sails ready to be lowered should the fairway become busy.
Beware tidal currents in the river, which can run at 3 knots. Take extra care when crossing the current or leaving and departing your berth. Please arrange your arrival and departure for slack water.
Tide times. Note that Bursledon has a double high tide, with a second high approximately 2 hours after the first. The second high is slightly lower.
Bursledon tide times:
Hamble river information: