Teignmouth Harbour Commission (THC) manages and maintains over 100 moorings in the harbour and estuary, which can be used at any state of the tide for boats up to 12m in overall length. THC also manages approximately 600 other moorings, maintained by the mooring licence holder, that dry out to a greater or lesser degree; the majority of which are suitable for boats of 6.71m (22’) or less. All moorings are managed and allocated against set Mooring Allocation Guidelines.
Moorings are available throughout the year, and are processed on receipt of a completed Mooring Application Form. Once an application has been received it is entered on a waiting list. THC runs two waiting lists, one for deeper water THC Maintained moorings and the other for drying out Licence Holder Maintained moorings.
To be considered for a mooring please complete a Mooring Application Form indicating what type of mooring you want and in what area of the harbour/river you want it and return it to THC with the payment fee. Your details will then be held on file until your request reaches the top of the waiting list and a suitable mooring becomes available. If your personal or boat details change once you have applied please ensure you keep THC up to date.
THC currently allocates drying moorings within approximately 6 weeks and deeper water moorings from 3 to 5 years or longer.
If you do not have a Mooring Licence (a Mooring Licence is with a named person and a named boat) and want a temporary mooring allocation please contact the THC who will try to find you a temporary mooring for which you will be charged at the Visitor Rate.
Please contact THC before you sell, buy a boat or change a boat on a mooring. You cannot buy or sell a boat with its mooring.
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For initial enquiries, mooring information and application forms please contact the Harbour Office on 01626 773165 or by email.
When available, are charged at a daily rate of £1.40 per metre per night (inclusive of VAT). For other rates refer to Mooring Rates 2016 above.
Other charges for work carried out by Harbour Staff :-
Emergency call out during normal working hours (Mon - Fri 8am to 5pm) minimum charge £60 (inclusive of VAT).
Outside of normal working hours (ie. before 8am and after 5pm weekdays and at weekends) minimum charge £120 (inclusive of VAT).
Enquiry may be made at the Harbour Office for information on other charges.
1 Oct 2016 to 31 March 2017
Some deep water THC maintained moorings are available over the Winter Period
from 1 October to 31 March at the following Winter mooring rates (inc VAT @ 20%) :-
(DwintC) Current mooring holder of non-maintained mooring with current vessel upgrading to maintained mooring £234
(DwintUp) Current mooring holder of maintained mooring with current vessel but upgrading from current mooring £158
NB: A current mooring holder of a non-maintained mooring moving to an alternative non-maintained mooring for the winter period will only pay the difference in tariff for their vessel if it is more than they have already paid with their annual mooring fee.
(DwintU10) Non mooring holder, vessel LOA under 33ft/10m £480
(Dwint10) Non mooring holder, vessel LOA over 33ft/10m £606
All winter mooring arrangements are subject to the THC Winter Mooring Licence Terms & Conditions in force at the time of the allocation.
Winter moorings are Temporary Moorings which end on 31 March; there will be no provision of a mooring beyond this date.
Enquiries may be made during office hours – 9.00am to 5.00pm weekdays or by phone 01626-773165.
If you wish to be come a member of the Shaldon Boat Owners & Moorings Association please click on the following link for an application for Membership Form.
For initial enquiries and mooring information contact the Harbour Office.