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Located on the southern aspect of Tor Bay and boasts one of the largest fishing fleets in the UK, plus a thriving fish market to support it.
On the western shores of Tor Bay situated midway between Torquay and Brixham harbours. It’s understated beauty and authentic ‘fishing haven’ feel are often overlooked by visitors to the area and even some locals.
On the North shore of Tor Bay and despite a high proportion of activities revolving around the leisure industry, Torquay still remains a fully commercial and busy little port which is very close to the town centre.
During the eighteenth century, before the completion in 1840 of the great breakwater sheltering Plymouth Sound, Tor Bay provided one of the few safe anchorages for the Navy’s Western Fleet.
The Harbour Committee is responsible for managing the finances of Tor Bay Harbour including the setting of harbour charges.
Information on the plan which provides the spatial context to the marine economy action plan and maritime strategy.
The Harbour Authority produce various publications and documents for visitors and harbour users including a Guide to Tor Bay Harbour.