Our newly installed 63 meter pontoon has 15-20 berths for CBOA members, including a nine-meter visitor berth, subject to availability.
The pontoon has gated access for security along with CCTV cameras, lighting, onshore power and water supply, and a non-slip, wheelchair accessible gangway.
The entrance to the pontoon is secured by a restricted gate. Members of the association that have use of a berth are given the access code. Visitors are to contact CBOA via email or phone before arrival in order to facilitate entry.
Monitored CCTV is in operation for the pontoon, gate, and gangway for added security,
Mains Power Supply
Onshore power and water supply are available at two locations on the pontoon, one at either end.
The nine-meter visitors berth is located on the North East corner of the pontoon and is based on a first come first served basis.
The maximum length of stay is limited to four hours.
To book an overnight stay, contact us in advance via our online form or by email email@example.com.
Exit/Entry instructions can be found at the gateway.
Children under twelve must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
Anyone planning to visit should approach the pontoon from the East, through the buoyed channel.
A drying mud bank exists to the North and West of the pontoon. The mud bank is covered from half flood through to half ebb. Approaching from the North or West should therefore be avoided.
A distance of approximately 15 meters exists between the pontoon and the edge of mud bank. Any vessel berthing or turning at the North side of pontoon should bear this in mind.
Minimum depths of between 1.5 and 2 meters can be expected throughout the entrance channel and alongside the pontoon. These depths may vary from time to time, please contact us should you have any concerns.