CONTEMPORARY ART – MADE FROM DISCARDED FISH NETS
Beautiful artistic structures have recently been displayed around the harbour, as shown in these photographs by Mathew Facey. Using 3D printer technology, they have all been made with plastics from Cornish recycled fish nets. Each unique piece reflects the creativity and construction technique of Michael Hunt and the Porthcurno Studios …
No Paddleboards, Kayaks, Jet Skis
Owing to the risk of death or severe injury, Mevagissey Harbour Trustees & Harbour Master, have decided that small personal watersport craft and large high powered fishing vessels is a dangerous combination. As a result the launching and operation of Paddleboards, Kayaks & Jet Skis within the confines of Mevagissey …
OUR NEW HARBOUR MASTER
A warm welcome to Andrew Trevarton, who became the Mevagissey Harbour Master with effect from 1st February 2021. Andrew has been a fisherman all his life, until recently operating the trawler ‘Galatea’ out of Meva. Well known and respected in the village, he has also served as a Harbour Trustee …
Visiting Mevagissey May/June 2020
Please be aware that currently there are no public toilets (or establishments with toilets) open in Mevagissey. All Pubs/Restaurants and Cafes are closed and are offering only limited takeaway service. There are no campsites or overnight parking areas for visitors presently. Please visit us when Cornwall is open and welcoming …
World Crab Catching Competition 2020
It is with deep regret that Mevagissey Harbour Trustees, have had to announce that “World Harbour Crab Catching Competition 2020” is cancelled until the summer of 2021.
Winnijo 30ft Mallard Yacht
COVID 19 (CoronaVirus) – Statement
Like many businesses across the UK, we are closely monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and following the advice provided by UK health authorities. We have also introduced a series of measures to protect our clients and colleagues, including: Reinforcing our comprehensive cleaning regimes across all public shared areas. Increasing the …
Fishermen’s Kisses Winners
We launched a competition asking for solutions to ‘Fishermen’s Kisses’ – the small offcuts of net’s often lost into the sea during net mending. These are the winning ideas…..
Our Green Credentials
Mevagissey Harbour re-cycles the following- Waste oil from fishing boats, approx. 5,000 litres per year. Oil is cleaned and re-refined into new oil products. Scrap metal is collected and recycled. End of life netting including trawl netting is stored on the Harbour until it is taken away by Ocean Odyssey for …
Mevagissey Harbour Trustees – Are pleased to announce that they actively support the “Fishermen’s Kisses Campaign” to remove waste and cut off the fishing net from the marine environment.