Lymington Berthon Marina - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
A panoramic taken from the banks of the Lymington River showing the numerous yachts and boats moored at the marina here. This marina is next to a public park near to the Lymington Town Sailing Club.
Lymington Berthon Marina - FURTHER INFORMATION
Lymington Berthon Marina - Lymington visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Lymington Berthon Marina' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Hampshire.
Lymington Berthon Marina is next to some recreation grounds on Bath Road in Lymington. This part of the Lymintgon River is well known for boating and yachting, and much of the river bank is lined with jetties. Lymington River is affected by tides, though a central channel is dredged for the Wightlink Isle of Wight ferry. this ferry can be seen behind the boats in this picture, and Lymington Ferry Pier is on the opposite side of the river.
Lymington Berthon Marina was one of the first marinas to be built in England. It offers over 300 deep water births for yachts up to 45m.
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TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
From the A337 turn into St Thomas Street. Proceed down the High Street and then right at the bottom into Captain's Row. Turn left into Nelson Place then right into Bath Road.