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Little Falmouth Yacht Yard

Flushing, Falmouth

Cornwall, TR11 5TJ

Moorings Pricing

Moorings
  • Service: 
    Annual Mooring Charge - 1st April 2017 - 31st March 2018
    Price: 
    £130 + VAT per metre length overall
    Description: 
    Falmouth BoatCo Mooring in the Penryn river complete with shore support package of car parking and dinghy storage in FBC car park. Storage ashore charges are not included but there is a guaranteed reservation ashore for the winter.
Mooring Strops
  • Service: 
    Make New Mooring Strops
    Price: 
    from £175 + VAT per strop
    Description: 
    Protected, made to measure and exactly fit your craft, this is a soft eyed strop from the mooring eye to your mooring point complete with galvanised thimble and fitting. Twin strops are also available.
  • Service: 
    Remove, Service and Store Mooring Strops
    Price: 
    £39 + VAT for six months
    Description: 
    Removal of the strop from the mooring once your boat is laid up ashore to protect it for the winter. Includes cleaning, inspecting and reporting on condition prior to winter storage.
  • Service: 
    Refit Mooring Strops
    Price: 
    £19.50 + VAT per strop
    Description: 
    Retrieving the strop from the store, a visual inspection reporting any defects then fitting as required.

Latest News

Brieuc Morin (APPB) and Jonathan Fielding (BMSW)

Full Steam Ahead for Anglo-French Agreement to Boost Marine Tourism

An agreement has been made between the UK’s South West and Northern French marine businesses in a bid to boost tourism amid the uncertainties surrounding Brexit.

Biscay 36

Biscay 36 Moulds Discovered After 26 Years

We are absolutely delighted to have been invited to see the Biscay 36 moulds that this yard used to build the last Biscay 36 in 1990.

From Our Blog

Feb 15
Putting a spring in your step

From mooring strops to masts, here’s a checklist to get your boat ready to launch.

Nov 14
Don’t put your winter boat care on ice

After a season’s use it’s a good idea to give your equipment a good once over.

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