Welcome to the BHA website
Port Edgar Berth Holders’ Association (PEBHA) works with the Port Edgar Marina Management team in identifying areas for the the efficient and safe use of the facilities, and the development and improvement of Port Edgar Marina.
Click on the image to the left to see our Live Webcam (located on the seaward side of the Loop shed on the main pier).
Click on the image to the left to see our live feed weather station data (located on the seaward side of the Loop shed on the main pier).
Or check out our Weather Forecast information to the right. Click on the “More forecast” to see the forecast for the next 5 days.
Or check out our playable weather information chart with live feed and forecast, below.
Note – 7th June, we are currently in the process of recalibrating The BHA Weather Station. Please use the other weather sources available here.
Wind conditions outside Port Edgar (Live Feed)
Port Edgar Tide Information
Click here for full tide information.
Port Edgar Marina – WiFi
Port Edgar Wi-Fi is up and running!
Free to log on, the wireless service area covers marina reception, Port Edgar Yacht Club and the pontoons.
Note – Time adjusted for BST/GST.
Disclaimer: Tide time information is for
education purposes only. Not to be used for navigation.
Expired Distress Flares – what should you do?
Silting and Grounding
More information on our discussions are set out in fuller detail in this website – HERE, but the main recommendation is that on entering or leaving, as the the dredged channels tend to be closer to the East or West Breakwaters, boats should steer accordingly. As the floating breakwater can clearly shift position, keep well clear of the Tyre Barrier, especially to the South, and approach pontoons close to their entry points.
As a guide, a copy of a chart showing relative depths immediately after dredging earlier this year has been pinned up by the Marina on their notice board at the side of the Loop Shed on the main pier.
It has to be stressed that this is only a “Snapshot” of the position at that time, and that silting is constantly liable to change.