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Warsash is a village in southern Hampshire, England, situated at the mouth of the River Hamble, west of the area known as Locks Heath. Boating plays an important part in the village's economy, and the village has a sailing club. It is also home to the Warsash Maritime Academy, part of Southampton Solent University, which provides training for Merchant Navy Officers from around the world.
Warsash is in the borough of Fareham, and is part of the Fareham parliamentary constituency. The village lies in the Hook-with-Warsash parish, with the village of Hook. Modern building and other building developments have made the area south of the M27 seem like a dormitory town but the individual villages - Sarisbury, Park Gate, Locks Heath and Warsash - still maintain a strong village community spirit.
Shops in Warsash consists of :
Giant Chocolate Fountain
Ralph Neale Opticians
Charmed Wedding Jewellery
Warsash Nautical & Mainmast Books
Warsash has 3 pubs within 1 km of each other. The Rising Sun on the shore front, The Ferryman (previously a popular jazz pub known as The Great Harry) and The Silver Fern.
Warsash Maritime Academy (formerly Warsash Maritime Centre) is a maritime training college and is part of Southampton Solent University. The academy campus is just east of Southampton aside the River Hamble and Warsash village. The college provides education, training, consultancy and research to the international shipping and off-shore oil industries. The courses on offer cover a wide range of maritime education and training from deck and engineer officer cadetships, including degree pathways, to senior officer certificates of competency, together with the associated safety training.
Warsash is the eastern landing-place for the ferry crossing the River Hamble from Hamble-le-Rice. The ferry was once an important link in a historic route between Portsmouth and Southampton. The ferry now provides a link in local, national and international footpaths such as the Solent Way and cycle routes such as National Cycle Route 2. The ferry, a foot-passenger only service, is notable for its boats, each painted bright pink. The pink paint scheme is echoed on the shelter by the landing on the east bank of the river.