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on time, before March 31, there is a discount - this offer is not extendable so if you want to get a great deal on your dues, do get in touch with us. The Dart Harbour office will soon


working in London holding positions in Lloyd’s of London, international financial services companies and regulators. Jack Handley joins Dart Harbour from Dartmouth Steam Railway & River Boat Company. “2017 is set to be a very positive


year for Dart Harbour,” said Mr Hockaday on his retirement from the board. “We’re looking to the future and are very confident we will have a safe and positive year. “I’ve enjoyed my time on the board and as chairman tremendously. I’ve seen many changes and improvements to Dart Harbour over the years and I’m confident Mark and Ian will continue to steer the authority in the right direction. I wish all the team a very successful future.”


Looking forward to a new season We have escaped the worst of the winter weather and life in the harbour has remained calm. We are pleased that boat owners heeded our advice and made sure their boats were safe with mooring lines checked and furling headsails taken off to prevent damage. Please remember that it is your responsibility to ensure your craft is safely secured. We are now looking forward to


spring, warmer weather and a new boating season. As usual our winter moorings finish on March 31 and boats will need to be moved by this date. The office team is getting ready


to send out this year’s berthing and harbour dues invoices. These will be sent out via email where possible so do remember to check your in-boxes. Also remember if these are paid


revert to summer hours, opening at weekends from March 18 and the yacht taxi will return to spring hours’ operation from Friday, March 24 running from 8am to 7pm and extending to 11pm for the May Bank Holiday.


Maritime events and rallies With summer fast approaching and the evenings getting lighter, we are starting to receive enquiries from organisations who want to hold their maritime event or rally in Dartmouth. We do ask for at least four weeks’ notice but appreciate as much advance information as possible. Registration forms can be downloaded from our website – see http://www.dartharbour.org/ information/article/event-registration


Cruise Ships We are anticipating several cruise ships calling into Dartmouth this year, part of Dart Harbour’s ongoing marketing drive to encourage ships to visit. Much time and effort has been put into marketing the port as a destination for cruise ships and we are pleased this work is coming to fruition.


Moorings Policy The Moorings’ Policy 2016 – 2020 has been published. Dart Harbour carried out extensive public consultation during 2016 and it was agreed no significant changes were necessary to the policy for the next period, however, efforts have been made to adjust the text to improve clarity and brevity. The policy addresses the historical background and statutory reasons behind Dart Harbour as a Licensing Authority, it outlines the current situation for all moorings in the river and describes how Dart Harbour will deal with its own (DHNA) berths and private tackle moorings. The issue of giving priority to locals on the waiting list was discussed at length by the Board with a decision made to continue with the current policy of not giving any precedence. This will be reviewed again with further public consultation prior to the next Moorings’ Policy update. Copies of the policy are available


from http://www.dartharbour.org/ moorings-policy or from the Dart Harbour office. Dart Harbour staff are always


available to discuss any concerns you may have regarding moorings. Owners of vessels, berth holders and those applying for berths should visit the Harbour Office if further guidance regarding the Policy is required.


Board meeting The next board meeting will take place on Friday March 10th at The Flavel Arts Centre, Dartmouth from 2pm. Members of the public are welcome to attend the open part of the meeting and there will be a ten-minute section at the start of the meeting to answer any questions from the public.


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