Getting to St. Barts by sea

Private Yachts

A full range of facilities are available for visiting pleasure boats:

* Sixty berths are available dockside for yachts no longer than 200ft., maximum draft 15ft.
* Anchorage, in the inner harbor, for fourteen yachts no longer than 80ft., maximum draft 13ft.
* Anchorage, in the outer harbor, for 100+ yachts .
* Fuel, water, provisioning, and a marine store are available.


Two hours prior to arrival inbound vessels should contact the Harbor Master on VHF channel 16. Immediately upon arrival, a vessel's captain should proceed to the Harbor Master's Office, on the quay, bringing the vessel's registration documents and a passport for each passenger and crew member.

For additional information contact the Harbor Master's Office:

Phone : (+590) 590 27 66 97
Fax : (+590) 590 27 81 54
Email: port.de.gustavia@wanadoo.fr

 

Taxi Boat

Jicky Marine Service

Quai du Yacht Club, Gustavia
Phone: 590 590 277 034
Website: Jicky Marine Service

Master Ski Pilou

Rue Jeanne d'Arc, Gustavia (24h/24)
Phone: 590 590 27 91 79

 

Ocean Must

La Pointe, Gustavia
Phone: 590 590 27 62 25

 

Ferries

If you're nervous about landing at St. Barths' airport, the ferry round trip will cost you from 50 Euros to 75 Euros.

The Edge
There is also a hight speed ferry named The Edge that comes to Gustavia once a day from Tuesday till Saturday. It leaves from Pelican Marina in Dutch St. Maarten at 9 AM. The passage lasts around 45 minutes.

MV Voyager

MV Voyager departs from St. Martin at 9:00 AM and at 6:45 PM :
daily except Wednesday and Sunday from the waterfront in Marigot, to arrive in Gustavia around 75 minutes later.
Wednesday and Sunday from Oyster Pond, to arrive in Gustavia around 45 minutes later.
(+590) 590 27 54 10 for infos & reservations.


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