The small resort town of Dartmouth in the south-west of Great Britain is located in Devon, famous for the fact that the writer Agatha Christie was born here, as well as the Hound of the Baskervilles from the detective novel of the same name A.K. Doyle, who pursued representatives of the Baskervilles (by the way, the movie “10 Negroes ”also happened here).
The county has a large number of pretty typical English villages, as well as many natural parks and ancient architectural monuments. The convenient location on the banks of the deep Dart River makes it possible for large ships to enter the harbor of Dartmouth, not in vain since the 14th century it has been considered the main naval base of the Royal Navy. When planning to buy a yacht in Dartmouth, study the offers of 2yachts - we will help you choose the yacht of your dreams!
The city has a centuries-old history, twice survived the invasion of the French during the Hundred Years War, and since the beginning of the 14th century a navy has been based here. Among the best attractions of Dartmouth:
Mooring for city sightseeing is possible at the marina of the equipped marina Dart Marina Yacht Harbor (110 berths for ships up to 20 m long and with a draft up to 3 m), in the Noss on Dart Marina marina - Premier Marinas with 232 berths for ships up to 25 m and with a draft of up to 4 m (the cost of parking starts from £ 330 per meter of length / year, you can find out the actual cost by sending a request on the website: premiermarinas.com) or to the pier of the sailing club Dittisham Sailing Club (the cost of parking starts from £ 65, 00). If you are interested in selling yachts in Dartmouth, for information on current offers on the yacht market, contact one of the reliable yacht brokers in the south of the country, for example - MARINA MARBEYA UK LTD (Southampton), WHY BOATS (Southampton), SEA VENTURES (Southampton), NETWORK YARTMUTH DARTTROUTERS) APPROVED BOATS (Southampton) or GRABAU INTERNATIONAL (Leamington).