Premier Marinas, in collaboration with Sovereign Harbour Berth Holders’ Association, will be holding a Safety Day this Saturday 26 March from 10am – 2pm. 

In conjunction with disposal expert, Seago Yachting, it will be a chance for boat owners to bring along out of date flares, have them checked and disposed of safely. Members of the Berth Holders’ Association will be charged £1 and visitors will be charged £2 per flare disposal.

Premier Marinas manager at Sovereign Harbour, Eastbourne, Daniel Heckford said: “This event is a good reminder for boat owners to check expiry dates on safety equipment regularly and replace them before they expire – so that they can be sure to be properly equipped in an emergency.”

There will also be the opportunity for boat owners to have their lifejackets checked and meet the local RNLI Water Safety team. All profits will be donated to this charity that saves lives at sea.

With plenty of car parking available and an abundance of waterfront bars, cafes and restaurants offering a variety of cuisines throughout the day, the Safety Day is the perfect opportunity to experience first-hand the marina’s vibrant and cosmopolitan setting.

For those who intend to dispose of a large number of flares call or email eastbourne@premiermarinas.com

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