WELCOME TO THE BHA

The membership of BLAKENEY HARBOUR ASSOCIATION brings together all who share a common interest in maintaining, improving, protecting and conserving Blakeney Harbour and the land that surrounds it. These include professional boatmen and other professional users, leisure sailors and boaters, bird watchers and recreational walkers.

Together members create a strong and influential single voice, with an ambition to make the Harbour functional, safe and open for all to use and enjoy.

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1 week ago

Lest we forget. #lestweforget #100years #werememberthem

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2 weeks ago

❗️NOTICE TO MARINERS - Blakeney Harbour❗️

Mariners entering Blakeney Harbour should note that the lights have now been reinstated on the following buoys:

CHANNEL MARKER STARBOARD BUOY NO: ... See more

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2 weeks ago

BHA WEATHER STATION at BLAKENEY QUAY ☔️

Please note that the BHA weather station, currently temporarily mounted on the Sailing Club dinghy park flagpole, will be removed tomorrow November ... See more

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2 weeks ago

❗️LOST TILLER❗️

“The Tiller Arm from my crab boat came loose in the recent storm and went overboard. It is dark varnished and beautifully carved, with a slight curve done by George ... See more

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3 weeks ago

❗️NOTICE TO MARINERS❗️Blakeney Harbour

Mariners entering Blakeney Harbour please note:

1. HARBOUR ENTRANCE STARBOARD BUOY NO. 2 (Fl(2)G8s) has been repositioned as follows:

N 52° ... See more

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3 weeks ago

**❗️FOUND❗️**

A Yamaha Fuel Tank was found on the hard at Morston today which has been forgotten by someone - photo below.

Please contact us if this is yours!

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3 weeks ago
Norfolk port back in business with arrival of largest traditional commercial sailing boat in 60 years

Cley port is back open for business by boat and is set to welcome its largest traditional commercial sailing vessel in more than 60 years this Saturday! 🌊

A Norfolk port is again open for business by boat and is set to welcome its largest traditional commercial sailing vessel in more than 60 years.

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4 weeks ago
Photos from Blakeney Harbour Association's post

Yesterday a group of volunteers walked out to the Lower Harbour/Hjordis Wreck inspecting all BHA Buoys that were accessible in preparation for autumn servicing and maintenance. 🌊

What an amazing ... See more

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