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Your safety is our number one priority whether you're at Milford Marina, on the Milford Haven Waterway or around the coast.

At Milford Marina, we are committed to providing a safe and secure environment for our customers and their possessions. 

Safety measures at Milford Marina include:

  • Strictly controlled pontoon access to marina berths
  • Fixed safety ladders
  • SOS stations including fire extinguishers and life buoys
  • Fully trained first aiders 

The Port of Milford Haven is responsible for the 22 miles of the Milford Haven Waterway and has introduced specified usage and zoning areas and multiple guidance documents to assist you with safe navigation. Please familiarise yourself with the leisure section of the Port website, current Notices to Mariners and the Leisure User Guide

Leisure users are requested to listen in to VHF channel 12 whilst navigating into and out of the Milford Haven Waterway, where the Port of Milford Haven's Patrol Vessels are available to assist you with queries you may have. Milford Haven Port Control Centre can be contacted on VHF channel 12 (call sign 'Port Control').

Out of the Waterway, please be mindful of Castlemartin Firing Range and the Cardigan Bay Sea Danger Area.

The Marina office is manned 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for your convenience. We also display weather forecasts on the notice board outside the office, along with Notices to Mariners.

We wish you continued enjoyment at Milford Marina and as you explore our Waterway.

Please familiarise yourselves with the location of your nearest fire extinguisher, lifebuoy, ladder and muster points in case of emergency during your stay at Milford Marina.

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Safety plan of Milford Marina

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