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All visiting yachtsmen are met on arrival by a member of the marina staff who will provide assistance and a suitable berth for your vessel. All visiting vessels must clear inwards at the main harbour of St Peter Port, regardless of which marina they moor in. Mooring in the QEII Marina is by prior arrangement only.
A marina attendant in a dory will guide you to your berth or the holding pontoon just outside the entrance, which provides plenty of space for vessels awaiting the tide.
Moorings alongside pontoons are available in the Victoria Marina for boats up to a maximum of 42ft (12.8m) LOA and a maximum draught of 6ft (1.8m). The sill height is 4.2m above chart datum, with access approximately 2.5 hours either side of high water. Entry is controlled by the marina attendants. Control lights are positioned on both pier heads at the entrance to the marina.
During the spring and summer season Guernsey Harbours has a walk-ashore facility outside the Victoria Marina which offers non-tidally restricted berths offering our visiting boat owners greater flexibility.
Your mooring is designated for your vessel only; prior permission of Guernsey Harbours must be obtained to lay alongside piers, jetties, or ships. Please do not leave your vessel unattended for more than 24 hours except by prior arrangement with the Marine Services Centre. Visiting yachts intending to stay longer than 14 days should also obtain prior permission.
The marina staff are there to ensure the safety of all our customers and they will recommend a berth suitable for your boat. Please advise staff of how long you intend to stay when you arrive. We can take payment alongside and accept cash, debit and credit cards (small charge for credit card payments).
Victoria Marina: depth over sill in metres (sill dries 4m 20cm).
Marina facilities include shower blocks and toilets on both sides of Victoria Marina. The laundry block with coin operated washing machines and tumble dryer is located within the Albert Pier facilities.
Electricity is available on all Victoria Marina pontoons for an additional daily charge. Electricity is not available on the walk-ashore pontoons outside the marina.
Water is available on all visitors pontoons. Visiting vessels are required to use their own hoses.
Waste bins and recycling points are provided near all marina gangways. DO NOT throw rubbish into the harbour or leave it on the pontoons: as well as being unpleasant, it is also an offence.
This is a free service for visiting yachts, please contact marina staff for log-in details.
Applications for berths and moorings are accepted by Guernsey Harbours. Berths and moorings are for a minimum period of 12 months and are not transferable. If a berth/mooring holder does not place a boat, registered in his/her name, on the berth/mooring for a period of 6 calendar months, the berth/mooring will be withdrawn.
Berth/moorings holders may not loan their berths/moorings without the written permission of the Harbourmaster. Mooring charges relevant to the size of vessel and type of mooring will be raised by the Harbour Office for the period of the loan. No rebate will be awarded to the allocated mooring holder during the period of the loan. Any mooring holder found to be loaning their allocated mooring without permission risks having the mooring withdrawn.
Boat owners without allocated berths/moorings may berth in the marinas from 15th September until 15th May. Application for these winter berths to be made to Guernsey Harbours. Local vessels are not permitted to moor in any Guernsey Harbours marina or facility until a contract has been submitted and all relevant details are satisfied.
Berth holders in the marinas may secure their warps to the pontoons, using rope secured to the aluminium cleats. Shackles or chains are not permitted.
Lines to be doubled up during adverse weather conditions and during the winter season. Boats and moorings should be regularly inspected as moorings are prone to chafe, bilges fill up and batteries run down.
Swinging moorings are laid to deadmen in position on the sea bed. Each mooring position to have chains of size and length as specified by Guernsey Harbours. The boat to be secured to the mooring, ie when the boat is on the mooring the weight of the mooring must be taken by the boat and not the mooring buoy. Boat to be close up to the buoy to prevent excessive movement or damage to adjacent boats.
Registration number of boat to be shown on mooring buoy.
Only divers registered with Guernsey Harbours can lay or adjust moorings in the Pool in St Peter Port. A certificate is required, signed by the diver, on the laying or modification of any moorings in the Pool, to ensure these moorings are laid correctly.
Boats of shallow draught on swinging moorings are advised to hang a bucket in the water over stern - to act as sea anchor and prevent excessive swing.
Fore and aft moorings are laid in areas of the harbours that dry at low water. These moorings are only suitable for vessels of small size that can take to the ground.
All ropes left permanently attached to any mooring, buoys or berths in the harbours are to be non buoyant. Floating ropes found anywhere in the harbours will be removed.
In the event of concern over matters of health and safety or to report a hazard you have identified, please email brief details to email@example.com.
Boat owners selling a boat or part share of a boat, exporting, scrapping, or disposing of a boat in any way, are required to inform Guernsey Harbours in writing within 28 days.
All boats capable of 17 knots and over, irrespective of size, must carry third party insurance. This includes jet skis. Any owner allocated a marina berth or mooring in either harbour, is also required to insure his/her vessel, irrespective of speed.
Any unauthorised vessel found on private berths/moorings will be removed at the owner's expense. If it is subsequently found that the vessel is not insured and/or registered it will be reported to Guernsey Police.
Offshore mooring lines are managed by the relevant parishes. Please find below a link for Parish Douzaine contacts and a map showing the locations of local bay moorings.