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Not 100% but I think the only slip available for public use is at New Brighton. This is council controlled and you require 3rd party insurance and RYA Level 2 to launch there.

Have a look at Boatlaunch.co.uk, handy resource for slipways around the country
 

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hi i fish the mersey all year round, you need level 2 rya and a permit from the local council if you are just fishing the winter months the gate is always open but from late march the beach patrol do police the slipway
 

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Not 100% but I think the only slip available for public use is at New Brighton. This is council controlled and you require 3rd party insurance and RYA Level 2 to launch there.

Have a look at Boatlaunch.co.uk, handy resource for slipways around the country

this is right , but also had that you need to show your car insurance and two passport photo,s, there are three slipways listed on permit but i would only use new brighton slip, most of permits are coverd by safewater sea school which is right by the slip, if you are in a club the price is a lot less then normal

http://www.hotfroguk.co.uk/Companies/Safe-Water-Training-Sea-School


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Nip into Safewater sea school, at New Brighton. ask for Brian . He's yer man , I'll be doin' likewise next week . He can sort you out with a permit for the slip nearby and maybe some mark advice too . He knows the crack in the area for sure .
 
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