Nelson’s Dockyard Marina is 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. With its numerous shops and businesses your stay in the Dockyard is sure to be rewarding.
Nelson’s Dockyard Marina offers 30 Stern-to berths with bow moorings, 3 Phase Electricity, Water, Telephone, Internet, Cable T.V. and 24 Hour Security. Immigration, Customs, Showers, Laundry, Waste Oil and Rubbish. Nearby Shopping at Dockside Supermarket, Fully Stocked Chandlery, Storage Rooms, Internet Cafe, Public Telephone Booths.
The Nelson’s Dockyard National Park is a non-profit making organisation. All proceeds are used to support restoration, conservation and archaeology.
Antigua Yacht Club Marina is situated in Falmouth Harbour and is a full service marina ideally located for all the services in the English & Falmouth Harbours and historic Nelson’s Dockyard. There are several shops & services at the marina including a duty-free chandlery, restaurant, supermarket, coffee shops, bookstore, Internet, boutiques, cafes, nearby bank and more.
Boats drawing up to 18 feet are able to be accommodated stern to and all berths have water, cable T.V. and electricity. Ice is available and rental cars and taxis can be arranged. Checkout time is 12 noon. Slips occupied after noon will be charged for the day.
Long term dockage is available by arrangement. If the yacht stays beyond the prepaid period daily rates will apply. Discount on long term dockage available on request. Electricity 220-380, 3-Phase up to 200 Amps. Duty-Free Diesel access by mobile pump. Telephone direct to each berth. All major credit cards are accepted (please add 5%).
Falmouth Harbour Marina is located on the English Harbour main road and 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. This impressive marina has been specifically built to cater to mega-yachts as well as smaller cruising yachts. Yachts up to 330 feet in length can be catered for stern-to.
The easy approach for berthing and the wide concrete docks are much appreciated by yacht skippers and crew. There is also very good access to the docks for vehicles of most sizes.
Falmouth Harbour Marina office is run by experienced and friendly staff well versed in marina business and yachting needs. Recent changes to security has made Falmouth Harbour Marina even more safe and comfortable for visiting yachtsmen and women. With its central location Falmouth Harbour Marina is convenient to all local amenities and only a short walk from the historic and beautiful Nelson’s Dockyard.
The well protected Falmouth Harbour is the home of many great events throughout the year, including Antigua Sailing Week, the Antigua Charter Yacht Show, the Classic Yacht Regatta, Sport Fishing Tournament and many other events.
Falmouth Harbour Marina is Antigua’s largest mega-yacht marina and the longest established of the modern marinas. With constantly updated facilities Falmouth Harbour Marina welcomes yachts of all sizes.
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.
Falmouth Harbour Marina has 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, Cable Television and Telephone available. Nearby shopping facilities.
Jolly Harbour Marina and Boatyard is located on the sheltered west coast and is the easiest port of entry when approaching Antigua from St. Martin and islands to the North.
Access is simple and lit channel markers guide you into the harbour. There are thirteen sheltered moorings and a 155 slip marina providing secure berths on four fully serviced concrete docks. We also have dedicated docks to accommodate larger vessels up to 200 feet.
With 24 hour security and CCTV it is an ideal place to leave your yacht. Duty-free fuel is available. For convenience Customs & Immigration clearance is on site.
In the boatyard the 75 ton Marine Travelift with boat hoist, sailboat extension and mast crane provides the best handling service available. The boatyard offers a concreted short-term working area and long-term secure storage on stands or in cradles. There is a covered 56 space dinghy store, separate mast stands, sail store, outboard store and secure lockers.
You are welcome to work on your own boats, and there is an excellent selection of technical services and support trades located within the yard as well.
Budget Marine Chandlery is on site, only a two minute walk from the dock and there are several resort amenities available including a large supermarket, ATMs, many restaurants and bars, golf course, car/golf-cart rental, taxis, tennis and squash court and swimming pool.
Only 30 minutes away V.C Bird International Airport provides daily flights to North America, UK, Europe and private jet facilities. Why go anywhere else!
The Catamaran Marina is 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. Located within a few minutes walk are Bailey’s Supermarket, Antigua Rigging and a variety of other businesses and restaurants.
Recently extended The Catamaran Marina caters for yachts up to 200 feet in length with a draft pf up to 15 feet. Alongside and stern-to berths available. 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
Antigua Slipway claims to be the most complete boatyard in the Caribbean with haul out facilities of up to 200 tons plus a fuel dock and chandlery, two restaurants and an hotel. Storage ashore is available with welded cradles and tie down straps.
North Sound Marina is located on the north of Antigua, North Sound Marina is close to the international airport and the city of St. John’s where shopping, supermarkets, banks and all the normal services usually available in a capital city can be found. There are some local shopping facilities and a fish market in nearby Parham, formerly Antigua’s primary port. North Sound Marina is the most modern marine facility in Antigua. Originally built as a private boatyard for a wealthy yacht owner, the dock, yard and ancillary buildings were constructed regardless of cost.
In 2011 the facility became available for public use and the boat storage shed and a large portion of the yard came under the control of North Sound Marine Services. Since that time, North Sound Marine Services have expanded the facilities and there are moves to bring other marine businesses onto the site including a chandlery.
Entry by sea is simple. There is a channel marked by on each side by two red balls just off Maiden Island and is easy to find but should only be used daylight conditions unless very familiar with the channel.
Shell Beach Marina is located on the north side of the island almost adjacent to the airport. It is best suited to motor boats and has lifts attached to the pontoons. Small sailing craft can also be accommodated. Fuel, water, chandlery, 25 ton travel hoist storage facilities and repairs are available. This quiet, small marina, set in classic Caribbean scenery, has a lot to offer boat users with it’s easy access to the Atlantic shores of Antigua.
Tel: +1 (268) 562 0185
Parham Harbour is essentially a fishing port on the north east corner of the island but it does have a Customs and Immigration post and is a Port of Entry. Dockage facilities are limited and may require rafting alongside a fishing vessel. Fuel and water is available along with limited provisioning. Fresh fish from the quay side fish market can be a bonus. There is plentiful anchoring within the harbour which, although once Antigua’s main port, is now little used.
Tel: +1 (268) 462 6140
St. John’s Dock is situated at the end of Redcliffe Quay and has a board walk facing the sea with a variety of shops fronting onto it. Convenient for lunch in town or that shopping trip. Short term berthing is free although longer term contracts are available. The location is quite picturesque but can become crowded when cruise liners are in harbour.
For further information telephone Key Properties +1 (268) 562 1960