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Solar Heritage

Solar Heritage
Photo copyright Chichester Harbour Conservancy

Welcome aboard the Solar Heritage, the solar powered catamaran belonging to Chichester Harbour Conservancy, originally funded through the Heritage Lottery Fund project Rhythms of The Tide. Take a trip through the Chichester Harbour Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with an experienced guide to help you learn about the environment of Chichester Harbour.  On-board the engines are virtually silent as you glide along with plenty of time to admire the view and get up close to many of the birds and habitats that make this place so special.

Follow this link to find out more about booking a scheduled trip or organising your own outing aboard Solar Heritage.

Sustainability

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Sailing

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