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Welcome

Welcome to the Port and Harbour of Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, United Kingdom. This site provides information for harbour users, visiting vessels, Wells residents and holiday-makers.

Please note that our webcams are unavailable due to a hardware fault
We are working to restore this service as soon as possible

News and updates

Notice to Mariners
Thr 19 Jan 2017
Notice to Mariners for dredging operations W/C 23rd January 2016 ........ More...
Notice to Mariners
Fri 13 Jan 2017
Notice to Mariners for dredging operations W/C 16th January 2017 ......... More...
Our Harbour Master recognised in New Year Honours List
Thr 29 Dec 2016
Robert Smith has been awarded an MBE in New Years honours list ... More...
Tugboat Yard gets a new lease of life
Wed 30 Nov 2016
The pontoon installation at Tugboat Yard is now complete... More...
Port of Wells Newsletter
Wed 26 Oct 2016
Port of Wells Newsletter "The Haven" launched ... More...

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Sunday 22 January 2017

Port Of Wells
Harbour Office, West Quay, 
Wells-next-the-Sea, NR23 1AT
Tel(01328) 711646
VHFCh.12 "Wells Harbour"
Send us a message now
Harbour Master
Robert Smith
Mob. 07775 507284
Harbour Administrator
Louise De Lisle
Mob. 07879 442342
Deputy Harbour Master
Simon Blakeley
Mob. 07796 698806
Deputy Harbour Master
Michael Frary
Mob. 07881 824912
Deputy Harbour Master
Fred Whitaker
Mob. 07876 743484

Office Opening Times

Summer
Mon - Fri9am-5pm
Sat - Sun9am-noon
Winter
Mon - Fri9am-4pm
Sat9am-10am
SunClosed
The Harbour Master or staff on duty, will be present on the tide during peak season (beginning of June to end of August). For the remainder of the year (September to end of May), a VHF listening watch will be maintained.

Emergencies

For emergencies in or around the harbour and coast, dial 999 and ask for the Coastguard. At sea, call Humber Coastguard, VHF Ch.16.

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