RNSA has a number of permanent and visitors moorings available for use by its members. All the details are on this page
of the website including an online Navionics chart showing the location of the moorings. The largest mooring estate is RNSA Moorings (Portsmouth)
where 285 berths are managed. There are a number of visitor’s moorings mainly in the West Country harbours which RNSA support and charge £10.00
per night for members on an honesty basis.
About RNSA Moorings
The RNSA has a number of permanent and visitors moorings available for use by its members. These range from deep water swinging moorings to alongside pontoon berths. The location of these moorings are shown on the Google map below. You can toggle between showing permanent and visitors moorings using the radio buttons at the top of the map.
To get more details about any of these moorings either click on the relevant mooring red marker on the map and then click on the "more details" link in the popup window, or click on the link at the bottom of the map to see a full list of moorings.
Applying for a Mooring
Moorings are administered by Jon Glass in the RNSA office which can be found at 10 Haslar Marina, over the bridge from Hornet Services Sailing Club and John Kilian as Bosun based in Fort Blockhouse (Dolphin Marina). Please email Jon Glass if you are interested in a mooring giving full contact details, RNSA membership number and the LOA, draft and tonnage of your boat.
Contact details for Jon Glass are - email: email@example.com, landline: 02392 504743; mobile 07769 204879. Please note that he is not in RNSA office on Thursday each week as working in HMS TEMERAIRE.
John Kilian's mobile: 07769 204873.
From 1 April to the end of September John Kilian runs the RNSA boat service 6 days' a week from 9am to 5pm
From 1 October to 31 March John Kilian works 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday from the main office.
Visitor Moorings Payment
Visitor Moorings Click on any of the red or blue icons and follow the link for full details of the mooring(s) in that area