Whether you're toasting the successful completion of an offshore passage on a sun-soaked pub terrace or sheltering in the glow of a roaring fire while a gale howls outside, all sailors know the value of a good waterside pub.
For some, it’s the tranquil pleasure of an old stone inn beside a
lonely anchorage. For others, it’s the buzz of a town quay tavern. All
these pubs have one thing in common: they know how to make us feel
right at home when we step ashore.
Use the map to explore the results of the YM crew’s quest to find 40 of Britain’s favourite sailors’ pubs, simply click on one of the YM logos on the map for a full description and picture of the pub. And why not add your own favourite pubs, anchorages and moorings on our favourite havens page?
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