Following the latest advice from the government regarding the Coronavirus pandemic, Suffolk Yacht Harbour (SYH) has now closed the operational elements of its site at Levington.

The latest instructions are clear and as such, SYH must temporarily cease non-essential operations to help prevent the spread of this terrible virus.  At this unprecedented time, we join the government in asking you all to remain at home until the restrictions are lifted.

The SYH workshops and chandleries are now closed, and boatyard movements have ceased.  If you have queries regarding a project currently underway at SYH, the team can be contacted via the details at the end of this statement.

Security will be maintained to ensure boats are kept safe and secure until owners are able to enjoy them once again. Staff will be on site every day to carry out safety and security checks, including monitoring berthing lines and fenders.

The SYH phone line has been diverted to a team of skeleton staff who are operational from home (see contact details below).  

Despite being at home, the team is on-hand to offer help and advice whenever it is needed so please don’t hesitate to phone or email.  Whether it is a berthing query, a future maintenance or refit enquiry, or advice on a chandlery product, the team is happy to help.

These are challenging times, which are daunting for us all.  SYH is committed to supporting its customers and when it is safe to re-commence operations, our team will work tirelessly to ensure you are able to get back out on the water as soon as possible.

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Please contact the SYH team via 01473 659 465 or, or via one of the individuals below:

Jonathan Dyke, managing director:

Joshua Major, boatyard services director:

Chris Nunn, berthing manager:

Richard Gadd, chandlery manager:

Aaron Woolf, boat movements manager: