The Brough base of Humber Yawl Club is situated
on the north bank of the Humber adjacent to the British Aerospace
Entry is possible approximately 2 hours either side of high water
depending on tidal conditions and the draft of vessels.
Initial approach is made to the white outer mark at approximate
position 053d43.4'N, 000d35.05'W (053d43'24"N, 000d35'03"W). Be aware of a strong tidal set and
then proceed via leading marks into the creek. Pontoon moorings are
situated to starboard. Visiting craft may moor adjacent to the mast
hoist in the first instance.
Fore and aft moorings with stern lines
may be vacant, but visitors should make
enquiries before use.
Brough has a good range of pubs, restaurants, take-aways, shops,
a filling station, and railway station with frequent
Photographs showing the deep water path at April 2014 can be found
here in the gallery.
Dylan Winter's video footage of the entry to Brough Haven: