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Posted 11:38 | 21/11/2017

Classed as: Low Importance

Posted by:

Mike Roach

Laser 4.7 Mast Stolen

A Laser 4.7 mast was stolen from the Argyle Road dinghy park on 20 November 2017. It was under a boat cover, on a boat, so it must have been a deliberately targeted item

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Posted 14:57 | 21/06/2017

Classed as: Low Importance

Posted by:

Charlie Chapman

Boat Break Ins Poole Harbour

During recent weeks 3 boats on Swinging moorings in the centre of Poole Harbour have been attacked, some damage was done and items taken.

Boat owners and Mooring owners are advised to be extra vigilant and keep a good look out for unusual activities.

all of these crimes are reported to the Police

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Posted 21:25 | 28/05/2017

Classed as: Low Importance

Posted by:

Rob Clark

Engines Stolen From Poole Park

On Friday night we had 4 engines stolen from our Poole Park Centre. They were all 15HP Yamaha 2-strokes, 1 year old and were locked up and stored in the middle of the lake so we are assuming not an opportunist crime.

Please be aware that others are not victim of a similar crime an if you are offered these engines please can you inform the relevant authorities

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Posted 14:03 | 25/03/2017

Classed as: Medium Importance

Posted by:

Lyn Parsons

Flare Amnesty Event

Dorset Police are pleased to announce they are holding their first ever FLARE AMNESTY Event.

Saturday 15th April 2017.
1000 to 1400hrs.
Cobb's Quay, MDL Marina, Hamworthy, Poole.

Come along and dispose of your Out of Date Flares (small contributions welcome for RAMORA please).

Plus meet some of the Dorset Police Marine Section and see their RIB alongside the pontoons.

Looking forward to seeing you there hopefully.

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Posted 19:53 | 05/03/2017

Classed as: Low Importance

Posted by:

Ian Weston

New Member

Swananage National Coastwatch is a member of the group.

Swanage NCI is one of 51 coastal lookouts around the English and Welsh coasts operated by the National Coastwatch Institution. There are four other stations in Dorset; at St Albans Head, Portland Bill, Burton Bradstock in Lyme Bay and a weekend station at Charmouth. All stations have Declared Facility Status and so are accredited members of the UK SAR organisation.

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Posted 13:10 | 05/02/2017

Classed as: Low Importance

Posted by:

Andrew Lang

Swanage Pier

Swanage Pier has now joined Portwatch.

www.swanagepiertrust.com

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Posted 14:35 | 03/02/2017

Classed as: Low Importance

Posted by:

Mike Roach

Mudeford Sailing Club Has Joined Portwatch

Our website is at www.mudefordsc.org.

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Posted 11:48 | 30/01/2017

Classed as: Low Importance

Posted by:

Lance Murdoch

Davis's Boatyard Has Joined Portwatch

Established in 1964, Davis's is a family run boatyard with dry storage for up to 250 vessels and new pontoon built in 2012 with 82 berths. Yard services include storage, craning, high pressure cleaning and mast lifts. Pontoon Berth holders have access to a designated toilet & shower block and individual electricity meters. Dry storage also has access to electricity and water across the premesis. On site we also have a marine engineer, surveyor, upholsterer and brokerage for all your boating needs.

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Posted 08:11 | 27/01/2017

Classed as: Medium Importance

Posted by:

Jon Hennessy

Sus Activity Poole Harbour

Four lads in unmarked Grey Poole Canoe seen around the islands last night eyeing up boats and kit on the jetty.
Keep vigilant - report suspicious activity and secure unattended items of value. Have you checked your CCTV recently? Does it record? Is it time for an upgrade? Prices have come down recently - think about crime prevention - much better to deter thieves than replace stolen items!

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Posted 11:45 | 24/01/2017

Classed as: Low Importance

Posted by:

Jon Hennessy

Dorset Police Marine Section

Hello - we have joined Portwatch - we aim to keep people updated on all marine relevant activity.

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Posted 12:37 | 23/01/2017

Classed as: Low Importance

Posted by:

Rob Hewer

Shell Bay Marine

Shell Bay swinging moorings are the closest to mouth of Poole Harbour, sheltered by the Purbeck Hills, making it without doubt the most stunning setting for your Boat available on the South Coast.
Swinging Moorings up to 3ft 6in draft are available at reasonable charges.

Valeting,Marine Engineers,Dingy Hire/Tuition, - all available from Shell Bay Marine.
A full list of services and information is available http://shellbaymarine.co.uk/desktop/info.htm
You'll find us 200 metres from the Poole/Sandbanks Ferry (Studland side),pop in and see us, there is always a warm welcome.

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