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Guernsey Harbours 14h
Phase 5c in the exit from lockdown in the Bailiwick starts on Wednesday 28 October 2020. Anyone arriving into the Bailiwick has to create a 'Travel Tracker' account and register your journey (excluding inter-island sailings). More info:
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Guernsey Harbours 21h
Another successful Channel Islands Air Search visit to JESCC giving the crew an overview of the Control Room and Guernsey Coastguard's operation.
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Guernsey Harbours 22h
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Guernsey Harbours Oct 26
We are proud to be supporting the 2020 organised by the Royal British Legion across the British Isles and locally in the Bailiwick.
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Guernsey Harbours Oct 26
Our Technical Services team will be removing the majority of the swan pontoons from today (Monday 26 Oct) at St Peter Port harbour. Whilst winter maintenance is being carried out. Boat owners, please observe the Local Notices to Mariners in force:
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Guernsey Harbours Oct 25
Our Technical Services team will be removing the majority of the swan pontoons from tomorrow (Monday 26 Oct) at St Peter Port harbour. This is for winter maintenance. Boat owners, please observe the following Local Notices to Mariners in force:
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Guernsey Harbours Oct 25
Good luck to those those runners taking part in the taking place today (Sunday 25 October). Port users should take care as there will be more people than usual around St Peter Port and St Sampson's harbours.
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Guernsey Harbours Oct 24
Good luck to those those runners taking part in the taking place tomorrow (Sunday 25 October). Port users should take care as there will be more people than usual around St Peter Port and St Sampson's harbours.
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Guernsey Harbours Oct 23
Local Notices to Mariners Issued: LNTM No. 034/2020. Subject: St Peter Port - Swan Pontoon Removal - Monday 26th October 2020.
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Guernsey Harbours Oct 23
With gale force winds and heavy rain forecast over the next week, boat owners are strongly advised to check on the mooring arrangements of their vessels. Please also make sure that all covers are secure and that bilge pumps are operating correctly.
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Guernsey Harbours Oct 22
We have an unidentified dinghy at our Marina Office on the Albert Pier. If you know who owns it or want to make a claim yourself please get in touch.
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Guernsey Harbours Oct 21
Local Navigation Warning 090/20 - Braye Harbour (Alderney) Breakwater Light Extinguished
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Guernsey Harbours Oct 16
Guernsey Harbours staff alongside other agencies were heavily involved in the recent testing of the Covid-19 passenger car ferry processing facility on the East Arm at St Peter Port Harbour.
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States of Guernsey Oct 13
Parking on the East Arm of North Beach will be suspended from Wednesday (14th) evening at 6pm until 11.59pm on Thursday (15th) to allow further work in preparing the testing facilities which have been built there. Read more:
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Guernsey Harbours Oct 13
Local Notices to Mariners Issued: LNTM No. 033/2020 -
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Guernsey Harbours Oct 11
Replying to @Richard_D_E
Thanks Richard for letting us know.
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Guernsey Harbours Oct 5
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Guernsey Harbours Oct 3
Not a very nice day again today and with more strong winds and heavy rain forecast, boat owners are advised to re-visit their vessels to check that they are still secure on their moorings. Also check that covers are in place and bilge pumps are still working. Stay safe everyone.
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Guernsey Harbours Oct 1
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Guernsey Harbours Oct 1
Due to preparations we have removed the walk ashore pontoon, and hoisted the access gangway on the Crown Pier. Any tenders tied to the walk ashore pontoon, have been moved to Swans 1 and 2. Owners should attend the Marina Office on the Albert Pier to retrieve tenders.
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