The Local Area
Hamble is a picturesque Village situated on the South Coast of England, renowned for the local sailing facilities, Marinas, Sailing Clubs, eating and drinking establishments and beautiful Riverside walks. Whilst the village has retained its character, the surrounding area has grown to support three marinas and a host of shops, pubs and restaurants, services and businesses. There are woodland and coastal walks to enjoy, two country parks are situated nearby; The Royal Victoria Country Park and Manor Farm Country Park.The community benefits from local junior and senior schools, children's clubs, Hamble Parish Council, Hamble River Singers and the mobile library to name a few. The sporting opportunities include sailing clubs such as the Hamble River Sailing Club, Royal Southern Yacht Club, Warsash Sailing Club etc. Within Hamble, there are three marinas; Hamble Point Marina, Port Hamble Marina and Mercury Marina. Hamble Point Marina offers 230 berths and lies at the mouth of the River Hamble, with easy access to the world famous waters of the Solent, a magnet for competitive sailors from around the globe, it's a favourite with racing and cruising yachtsman alike.Port Hamble Marina offers 310 berths is situated on the River Hamble in the heart of the South Coast's sailing scene. The marina has a proud heritage of refitting and maintaining racing yachts, a tradition that continues today with many different yacht services based at the marina. Offering 360 berths the Mercury Marina was originally built by Sir Robin Knox Johnson, Mercury Yacht Harbour is situated in a sheltered wooded site where the shallow waters of Badnam Creek join the River Hamble. The marina offers deep water at all states of tide and among its excellent facilities are a chandlery as well as a bar and restaurant with waterfront views.Hamble is also renowned for its restaurants and public houses. Traditional public houses include: The Victory Inn, The Bugle and Ye Olde Whyte Harte. Some of the other restaurants include: River Rat Cellar & Kitchen, La Dolce Vita, Cinnamon Bay, Banana Wharf, Boomerangs, Slipway and the King and Queen.Hamble is easily accessible by a range of public transport links. It has bus routes running from the Southampton City Centre to Hamble and vice versa, train station with lines to Southampton Central and Portsmouth Harbour and the Pink Ferry service from Hamble to Warsash. By car, Hamble is approximately 3 miles from M27 J8.
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