Youngboats has over 100 individual pontoon berths for craft up to 30 foot LOA, in the pleasant quiet setting of Oare Creek.
|There are 20 pontoon finger mudberths about halfway up the creek, by the large shed on the port bank, with spaces for visitors.
At the head of the creek, some 800 yards further on, there are over 80 pontoon mudberths, almost all finger berths.
[see plan of Main Boatyard]
Moorings in Oare Creek
All the berths dry out , with access to the Creek around 1½ hours each side of high water.
All the berths have access to water and electricity (with tokens purchased from
the chandlery) and are in secure compounds surrounded by high fencing with lockable gates.
Space is available ashore within the compounds for winter lay-up at no extra cost, (other than cranage), to owners renting a berth.
At the head of the creek there are toilets,
telephone, a well stocked chandlery with
calor and camping gas, diesel fuel and second hand boat
At the head of the Creek lies Oare village with its two pubs and easy access to the market town of Faversham about a mile away.
wef 1 July 2015 our charges are:
|Mooring/storage charges (min 3 months)||
£3.35 metre per week
|Temporary mooring/storage charges (less than 3 months)||
£3.75 metre per week
|Visitor mooring charges||
£10.00 per night
|Cranage charges to lift out||£17.50 per metre|
|Cranage charges to lift in||£17.50 per metre|
|Misc. cranage charges||£72.00 per hour|
All charges include VAT
We do not charge
extra for the storage of customers dinghies and trailers;
however we do ask that any dinghy or trailer is clearly
marked with tour name or the name of your boat. Unidentified
items will be disposed of.