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Chapel Bay Beach, Port St Mary

Port St Mary, Isle of Man, , UK


Port St Mary is a village in the south west of Isle of Man. Chapel Bay beach is within a horseshoe bay backed by a promenade and some grass areas, at high tide you do not have access to any sand.

At one end of the bay you have two connected harbours. The inner harbour, with its pier created in 1812, is tidal and dries out from half-tide. The outer harbour, created in 1882, is accessible at all tide levels.

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  • Parking
  • Promenade
  • Selection of places to eat

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Tides & Weather

Tide Times & Heights for Port St. Mary on 5th December 2016

02:17 - High Tide (5.31m)
08:19 - Low Tide (1.32m)
14:39 - High Tide (5.40m)
20:49 - Low Tide (1.27m)


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