Monday, 29 April 2013

Swinging Moorings at Trafalgar Wharf

You may have noticed we have a few swinging moorings near The Drystack pontoon at Trafalgar Wharf. We will soon have a few more boats on these moorings but there are still some available!

The moorings are tidal so your boat needs to be happy sitting on the mud. Should you be interested and require further information please contact Corinne on

Friday, 26 April 2013

The Drystack Beach Huts get named!

You may have noticed a few beautifully painted beach huts on the way to The Drystack. They have now been individually named after some of our favourite spots on the Isle of Wight . So take a look when you are next passing and if you fancy renting Bembridge, Seaview or any of the other sunny spots for store of your boaty bits then contact Corinne on

If you fancy visiting some of the places the beach huts are named after, then you are in luck!

At The Drystack we have created information sheets showing how to get to some of our favourite destination. Please feel free to take the information sheet with you on your day out, just make sure you return it at the end of your trip and enjoy!

Wednesday, 17 April 2013

An update on the swans on the Trafalgar Wharf slipway

It’s that time of the year again for us to give you an update on our resident swans at Trafalgar Wharf.

Emma and Horitio are doing well after braving the harsh winter. A few weeks ago they made their nest from the seaweed and stones on the shore and now they have laid eight lovely eggs.

We will keep you up to date with their progress.

Happy Spring!

Friday, 12 April 2013

Waterside Boat Sales at Trafalgar Wharf raises money for Help For Heroes

Waterside Boat Sales’ Marcus Munt at Trafalgar Wharf has now taken place in two charity rallies raising over £5,000 for HELP for HEROES.

The first rally was from Calais in France to Casablanca in Morocco.  The route is approximately 2,000 miles and it took him 6 days to complete.

The second rally took him from Calais to Prague in the Czech Republic, but going the wrong way around Europe via Switzerland, Italy and Austria.  He also took part in various challenges along the way.

Trafalgar Wharf and The Drystack would like to say a huge congratulations to Marcus for his fund raising efforts!