Emsworth is a small town in Hampshire on the south coast of England, near the link up of West Sussex. It lies at the north decrease of an arm of Chichester Harbour, a large and shallow inlet from the English Channel and is equidistant amongst Portsmouth and Chichester.
Emsworth has a population of nearly 10,000. The town has a basin for little yachts and fishing boats, which fills at tall tide and can be emptied through a sluice at low tide. In geodemographic segmentation the town is the heart of the Emsworth (cross-county) built-up area, the remainder of which is Westbourne, Southbourne and Nutbourne subsequently a combined population of 18,777 in 2011, with a density of 30.5 people per hectare and which shares in two railway stations.