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Queen Elisabeth II Marina

Queen Elisabeth II Marina

Characteristics

Description

All visiting vessels must clear inwards at the main harbour of St Peter Port, regardless of whichever marina they moor in. Mooring in the QEII Marina is by prior arrangement only.
20/05/2008
Update
Tous les navires en visite devront déclarer leur entrée au port principal de St Peter, quelle que soit la marina dans laquelle ils seront mouillés. Les mouillages dans la marina "QEII" devront être autorisés préalablement dans tous les cas.
20/05/2008
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St Peter ( Guernsey)

0.3nm
165°
Visiting Tachts
In the Victoria Marina: Moorings alongside pontoons are available 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 to the marina approximately 2.5 hours either side of high ...
21 Jan 08

Ferman Bay

1.5nm
187°
Fermain Bay is a delightful anchorage in settled weather. Anchor in the centre of the Bay if possible in 2-5m of water.
20 Jan 08

Saint Sampson

1.4nm
24°
Small port protected by a breakwater.
28 Aug 11

St Sampson's harbour

1.4nm
30°
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21 Jan 08

Icart Bay

2.9nm
216°
Le Jaonnet and La Bette Bays situated in the NE corner of Icart Bay provide idyllic seclusion in calm light N -NE airs in 3.5-4m, sand.
At the western side of the Bay lies a small but stoney picturesque cove at the foot of Petit Bot valley, again with a Martello Tower. A close ...
20 Jan 08

Alderney Harbour

20nm
38°
The Harbour office is open: June to August: 0800 – 2000; At all other times: 0800 – 1700 Monday to Friday;On arrival please call into the Harbour Office where our friendly and helpful staff will ensure that you have all the nautical, weather and general information required for ...
8 Oct 15

Saint Helier Harbour

23nm
136°
Port protected by a breakwater.
28 Aug 11

Diélette

26nm
78°
In the lee of the Cap de Flamanville, along the wild-looking but temperate western coast of the Cotentin peninsula, Diélette pleasure harbour is admirably located ? opposite the Channel Islands of Guernesey (28 miles), Jersey (36 miles and Alderney (12 miles).
You can berth at ...
3 Dec 07

Grouville Bay

25nm
129°
Mouillage relativement peu abrité et plutôt conseillé pour la journée, ou par temps calme.
20 May 08

Anse de Senival

26nm
60°
Petite anse entre le "Nez des Voidries" au NE et le "Nez de Jobourg" au SE.
8 Mar 11

Anse de Vauville

27nm
71°
Longue plage de 6nm offrant un vaste mouillage de beau temps.
6 May 12

Cap de Carteret

28nm
100°
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27 Nov 07
Local Area

Guernsey

Customs and Immigration 
Masters of all vessels arriving in Guernsey must complete (immediately upon arrival, before any crew member goes ashore), the Customs and Immigration declaration ...
7 Oct 15

Manche - English Channel

The English Channel (French: La Manche, "the sleeve") is an arm of the Atlantic Ocean that separates the island of Great Britain from northern France.
A number of major islands are situated in the Channel, as the Isle of Wight off the English coast and the British crown dependencies ...
3 Jun 12

NE Atlantic Ocean

The Atlantic Ocean is the second-largest of the world's oceanic divisions; with a total area of about 106.4 million square kilometres (41.1 million square miles), it covers approximately one-fifth of the Earth's surface.
The Atlantic Ocean has irregular coasts indented by numerous ...
31 Jul 11
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