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Harbour Byelaws

Each  harbour has its own Byelaws. These are local laws for the regulation and administration of the harbour concerned. As a general rule, the Byelaws set out the powers of the Harbour Master and provide for the orderly control of such matters as navigation, mooring and handling of goods and cargo. In some harbours these powers extend to vehicles.

We are pleased to share updated documents for Byelaws at the Prince of Wales Pier (Falmouth), Newquay Harbour & Penzance Harbour. Byelaws for our other harbours can be found in the document centre.

 

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