Antigua Yacht Club Marina
Situated in Falmouth Harbour, the Antigua Yacht Club Marina is a full service marina that can accommodate boats drawing up to 25 feet both stern to and alongside. All berths have water and electricity (110v, 220v, 380v up to 400 amps). Telephone lines are available as well as wireless internet through prepaid cards. Diesel is available duty-free, pumped directly to one’s yacht. 24h Security.
Tel: (268) 460 1544
Falmouth’s family run, friendly, marina quietly located at the north end of Falmouth Harbour with the benefit of a chandlery, duty free fuel, two restaurants, hotel and parking. Alongside and stern-to berths available. Located within a few minutes walk are Bailey’s Supermarket, Antigua Rigging and a variety of other businesses and restaurants. The Catamaran Marina caters for yachts up to 200 feet in length with a draft of up to 15 feet. Nearby is Bailey’s Boatyard with a 70 ton travel hoist, hurricane storage cradles acceptable to all major yacht insurers and keel sink hole storage. Competitive rates for hurricane seasons.
Falmouth Harbour Marina
Located on the English Harbour main road, Falmouth Harbour Marina has been specifically built to cater to Mega-yachts, with dockage for vessels up to 330′ with a draft of up to 20′ both stern-to and alongside. All facilities are within easy walking distance with shops, bars and a variety of restaurants nearby. Extensive marine facilities include marine engineering, electronics and rigging together with a sail loft, dive shop and chandleries to provide a complete service for the yachting industry.
Facilities include: Thirty (30) stern-to berths and thirty (30) alongside berths, 20′ Maximum Draft, Electricity (110v, 208, 220, 380-3 phase), Fuel, Water, Security & Parking, Rubbish Disposal, Internet Cards, Toilets and Showers.
VHF Ch 68 – Working Ch 10
Tel: (268) 460-6054 Fax: (268) 460 6055
Nelsons Dockyard Marina
Nelson’s Dockyard Marina is within the Nelson’s Dockyard National Park in Antigua and is the only working Georgian dockyard in the world. The dockyard is extremely hurricane proof for ships and has been for over 500 years with ships from across the region choosing to base themselves here if need be. Probably the prettiest piece of living History in the Caribbean today. Once the base for Admiral Horatio Nelson’s fleet in the 18th century and now a busy destination for Super-yachts and Cruisers alike.
Enjoy easy access to health spas, restaurants, art galleries, gift shops and night clubs; beaches are also minutes away. Ideally located at the centre of the Leeward and Windward Island, Antigua is a perfect pick-up and drop off point for guests.
Despite it’s beautiful historic surroundings, Nelson’s Dockyard Marina has all the modern facilities that you need including the following:
- 54 slips
- Bow moorings
- Immigration & Customs
- Three phase electricity
- 24-hour security
- Cable Television
- Restaurants, stores & tours within easy reach
- Waste Oil Disposal
- Showers & Laundry
Mail: Nelson’s Dockyard National Parks,
PO Box 1283, St. John’s, Antigua W.I
Tel: (268) 481 5021/22
Every vessel in Antigua and Barbuda’s waters must carry a valid cruising permit. Vessels anchored in English Harbour or Falmouth Harbour or berthed at Nelson’s Dockyard, Antigua Slipway, Antigua Yacht Club Marina, Falmouth Harbour Marina and Catamaran Marina are subject to National Parks Authority fees in addition to Port Authority Fees.