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A warm welcome awaits all visitors to the HCA where we aim to make your stay a pleasing and pleasurable experience no matter what the duration.


Steeped in hundreds of years of maritime history and tradition, the HCA is situated in the old Fish Dock No1, originally completed in 1856.

Lock chamber is free flow Approx. 2 Hrs either side of high water - call ahead on VHF ch74. Here for more Tide & Restriction info.

Short term or just passing visitor berths available on our visitor’s pontoons at very competitive rates. Please contact the duty Berth Master between the hours of 08.00hrs - 16.00hrs daily with you details. Here

Check our Notices & News page for the latest at the HCA.

 Facilities Available

Shower & toilet block, Relaxed bar and kitchen area, 35 tonne dedicated boat lift, Jet wash, Fresh water and electricity points, Laundry, Hard standing for 30 boats, Nearby rail and bus links, Diesel sales, Free WiFi, Use of computer for checking weather reports, Very close to town centre with Asda,Tesco & B&Q etc

Why not apply to become a Long Term Visitor (LTV) at the HCA Here

 Historic Grimsby

Grimsby’s development as a fishing port in the late 19th century was astounding. From the 1850s until 1891, its fleet expanded from 1 vessel to 800. The arrival of the railway in 1848 had much to do with the town’s success, making it easier to transport goods to and from the port.

Part of Grimsby’s huge fleet of sailing trawlers can be seen here, along with a few steam vessels. Although Grimsby was never a seaside resort, the neighbouring town of Cleethorpes attracted tourists from the East Midlands from the mid-19th century.

(Repro ID:G02570 © National Maritime Museum)

 Officers 2016 / 17

Commodore: Roman Purek   Vice Commodore: Paul Fleming
Treasurer: Tony Silvester   Secretary: Bill Wright
Social Secretary: Malcolm Hutchinson
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