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Useful telephone numbers

Useful telephone numbers Lifeboat - In an emergency, dial 999 and ask for Coastguard Poole Boathouse................01202 665607 Coastguard Poole.................................. 01202 670776 Southampton Marine Office.02038 172210 Maritime and Coastguard Agency...........02038 172000 Poole Harbour Commissioners Main Number.................... 01202 440200 Harbour Master.................01202 440210 Harbour Control............... 01202 440230 Ridge Wharf Yacht Centre Member: BMF & TYHA Marina and Boatyard on the River Frome with Annual Berths, Full Lay-up Facilities ashore and afloat, providing Maintenance, Engineering and General Marine Services and supplies. 25-Ton Travel Hoist, Hardstanding capacity for 400 boats (up to 45’/13mt LOA). Poole Quay Boat Haven/Town Quay Berthing............................. 01202 649488 Poole Bridge....................... 01202 676531 Radio Frequencies Calling and Distress.............Channel 16 Harbour Control................. Channel 14 Fire and Rescue Service...............999 Police...999 or 01202 552099 (Ext. 3276) Ambulance In emergency dial......999 Taxi.....................................01202 666333 Doctor (Carlisle House).......01202 680111 Dentist................................ 01202 672138 Hospital...............................01202 665511 Chemist (Rowlands)...........01202 677932 Ridge, Wareham, Dorset BH20 5BG Tel: 01929 552 650 Fax: 01929 554 434 e-mail: office@ridgewharf.co.uk www.ridgewharf.co.uk 88 Bournemouth Int. Airport. 01202 364000 Condor Ferries..................01202 207207 More Bus........................... 01202 338420 South West Trains.............03456 000650 Brittany Ferries..................03301 597000 Poole Tourism....................01202 262600 Border Force..................... 01202 574233 Solent and other local harbours Beaulieu............................. 01590 616200 Bembridge..........................01983 872828 Chichester...........................01243 512301 Cowes.................................01983 293952 Hamble.............................. 01489 576387 Langstone......................... 02392 463419 Littlehampton...................... 01903 721215 Lymington.......................... 01590 672014 Newport............................ 01983 525994 Newtown............................ 01983 531622 Poole.................................. 01202 440233 Portsmouth QHM............... 02392 723124 Southampton.....................02380 330022 Weymouth........................ 01305 838423 Yarmouth........................... 01983 760321

Waste Disposal Government legislation requires ports to have a port waste management plan. Copies of the Poole Harbour Waste Management Plan are available from the Harbour Office. All waste from visiting vessels must be deposited ashore and there are adequate facilities at Poole Quay Boat Haven, all marinas and most yacht clubs for domestic waste. Pumpout is available at Poole Quay Boat Haven and waste oil may be landed there by arrangement with the staff. Visiting craft should not use on board toilet and shower facilities while alongside as these are provided ashore. Complaints If you have any cause to complain about behaviour in the harbour, please contact Harbour Control immediately on Channel 14, or telephone 01202 440230, and follow up with a letter, or an Incident Report (forms available from the Harbour Master’s Office or online on PHC website: www.phc. co.uk) as soon as possible afterwards. All complaints, accidents and incidents are investigated by the Harbour Authority and action taken where appropriate. We rely on you to help us in our endeavours to keep the harbour safe. Fuel Cobbs Quay - 01202 674299 Petrol and diesel 24 hours Corralls (at Poole Bridge – diesel only) - 01202 669 092 0830-1630 (Summer) 0830-1530 (Winter) Parkstone Bay Marina - 01202 747 857 Petrol and diesel 0800-1800 April - September 0800-1600 October - March Salterns Marina - 01202 709 971 Petrol and diesel 24 hours Fuel Duty - How will it work? How will the boater work out what percentage of fuel they intend to use for propulsion? Analysis suggests that a split of 60% for propulsion and 40% for domestic use (heating, cooking, etc) probably reflects MOST people’s use and it is therefore likely that many users will declare a similar apportionment. SEE www.rya.org.uk 89

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