Saxon Wharf

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Saxon Wharf

Lat: 50°54.49’N | Long: 1°22.42’W

BY ROAD

The postcode for your Sat Nav is SO14 5QF.

M27 Eastbound – exit Junction 3 onto the M271. Follow signs to the ‘Waterfront’. When you reach the traffic lights at Ocean Village, carry straight on and follow the road around until you come to a T-junction. Turn right and about 0.5 miles up that road you will pass Southampton Football Club. Bear right at the roundabout and after a further 0.5 miles by Brown's bar you will see a signpost for Shamrock Quay. Turn right, go past Shamrock Quay and once you turn left around the corner you will find Saxon Wharf straight ahead of you.

M3 Southbound
– exit Junction 14 onto the A33. Follow the signs to the ‘Docks’ and ‘Old Waterfront’ and then as above.

M27 Westbound
– exit Junction 7 onto the A334. Follow the signs to Southampton city centre. Turn left into Prince’s Street at the traffic lights after the bridge over the River Itchen. Continue along this road for about 0.5 miles and opposite Brown's bar you will see a signpost for Shamrock Quay. Turn left, go past Shamrock Quay and once you turn left around the corner you will find Saxon Wharf straight ahead of you.

BY RAIL

Arriving at Southampton Central Station, Saxon Wharf is a short taxi ride away. Use the National Rail Enquiries website to plan your journey.

BY BOAT

Proceed up Southampton Water keeping clear of all commercial shipping and beware of frequent cross Solent Hi Speed and Ro-Ro ferries. At Weston Shelf green buoy, near the junction of the Rivers Itchen and Test, keep to starboard up the Itchen and observe the 6 knot speed limit. Go past the Itchen Bridge and Shamrock Quay; follow the left bend past No 9 green beacon. Saxon Wharf is to port, opposite Kemps Marina. It is essential to call on VHF Ch 80 or by mobile for a vacant berth. With prior arrangement, large vessels can phone for a ‘follow me’ boat service.


Chart not to be used for navigation. Copyright Adlard Coles Nautical. Reproduced by kind permission of the publishers of Reeds Almanacs.

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