Fowey Harbour Latest News
June 7th 2017
Falmouth Harbour Commissioners and Fowey Harbour Commissioners have signed an agreement which will see the two harbour authorities share pilot boat resources. The formal arrangement marks the first official partnership between the neighbouring ports
February 28th 2017
Find out about progress towards a marine plan for the South West, what opportunities there are for the area and what policies are being developed, including fishing and recreation
October 5th 2016
Our 2017 Fowey Harbour Tide Calendars are available now from the Harbour Office for £5.50
June 20th 2016
It has been a good start to the season for marine life sightings, a spell of good weather gave sightings of Barrel jellyfish, Sunfish and Basking Sharks along with pods of Common Dolphins. So when you're out and about, keep a look out for marine wildlife and send the Cornwall Wildlife Trust your sightings and you can help protect these beautiful creatures.
April 15th 2016
In the summer of 2015, Fowey Harbour was lucky to have several visits by ‘Clet’ the lone bottlenose dolphin. The Environmental Records Centre for Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly (ERCCIS), hosted by the Cornwall Wildlife Trust, has worked with the Sea Watch Foundation to produce an interactive map of Clet’s journey.
February 4th 2016
In January 2016 the European Union introduced the latest measures intended to help protect Bass stocks. New restrictions apply to both commercial and recreational fisherman.
January 11th 2016
Fowey are first in the UK to host an Apprentice under the new Marina & Boatyard Apprenticeship Scheme in collaboration with Cornwall Training and Consultancy (CTC)
December 21st 2015
Now that winter has arrived we can look back at 2015 and report on our achievements and challenges and give an outline of our hopes for 2016.
August 5th 2015
The Cruise ship 'The World' arrived in Fowey this morning and will depart at midnight on Thursday 6th August
July 17th 2015
We have recently been treated to a return visit by ‘Clet’ the lone bottlenose dolphin. He displays unusual behaviour in that he regularly interacts with boats, especially ferries and our harbour tugs which cause turbulence in the water. Although I admit this is an amazing sight we must be mindful of our behaviour towards him and other marine species.