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Old 07 January 2013, 20:27   #11
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Think it was the Fuggle. Thought I had better update the name to save confusion, will make sure we I don't leave it so long next time!!
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Old 06 March 2013, 08:45   #12
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Anyone know what the cost of parking a car and trailer by the slip in Lymington is ?
looking like I need a ticket for around 30 hrs ..
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I think it's about 8 pounds for 24 hours
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It's not cheap, lots park in Stanley Road just around the corner, or you could call Lymington Yacht Haven and arrange to park the car & trailer in the marina car park, it's a short walk back to the boat on the coastal footpath.
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Not only is it very expensive your chance of finding a space for car and trailer is usually very poor too. As said above park on the surrounding roads is a very common practice.
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Try Berthon's ship yard 500m down the road.I park my trailer there sometimes.01590673312 and ask for the marina office they deal with it.
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Thanks all.
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just make sure that your front wheels are not on the high tide 'scum' that often collects at most slipways.


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I think it's about 8 pounds for 24 hours
If you intend to launch regularly 25 quid (anyone) gets you a 3 month parking clock - another advantage is that this clock covers many car parks throughout Lymington and the New Forest. Very useful Tesco/Waitrose/M&S areas so can also go shopping!! Make sure you get the long term one. You can even use this clock in the 3 hrs slots (but only for 3 hrs) Buy at Lymington Town Hall.
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I also use Lymington regularly. Try to avoid days and times when Lymington Town Sailing Club are launching - chaos!

I stand to be corrected but I'm not sure the long term clock is valid in the slipway car park. Perhaps someone can confirm?

I find the best tactic is to get there really early - 0730 or so. That way there is usually some on street parking available for free.
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