Manage your existing reservation

(No registration required)

  • Access your voucher
  • Contact the marina
  • And more...

Can't find your confirmation email? Let us know at

Searching for another marina?

Online berth reservation in

Port de Galisbay, Saint-Martin, Saint Martin

Port de Galisbay is a small marina located northeast of Marigot on Potence Bay, near the RN7 road that circles the island. Currently on the outskirts of a metropolitan area, Galisbay is to be included in the urbanization plans for the extension of Marigot along with the nearby towns of Agrément and Hameau-du-Pont. Other places close to Port de Galisbay are Cripple Gate, Friar’s Bay, Anse des Peres, Pointe Arago and Anse Guichard, with beautiful white sand beaches. Formerly a fishing village, Marigot extends on the western coast of the island, along the Bay of Marigot whose turquoise blue waters are a favorite sailing and cruising destination. This picturesque Caribbean town with colorful houses is a cultural melting pot. The main attraction is Fort Louis, built on a nearby hill overlooking the town and the bay, offering beautiful views all the way to Anguilla. The island’s French side is widely known for a laid back West Indies lifestyle and an outstanding gastronomy.



Cancellation Policy : restrictive

The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.

Attractions in Saint-Martin

Saint-Martin is a French collectivity in the Caribbean Sea. This French overseas territory represents half of the overall area of the greater island Saint Martin, the other half, called Sint Maarten is governed by the Dutch. Saint-Martin is a popular touristic destination for European travelers and not only. The beautiful sights and crystal clear waters are the main reasons for visiting this area.

The first inhabitants of the island were the Arawak indigenes, an Indian tribe who sailed here from South America. Another indigenous population was The Kalinago. Saint-Martin was discovered by the famous navigator Christopher Columbus in 1493. In the 7th century, the first Dutch colonists began to occupy the territory followed by the French, several decades later.The fascinating cultural mix between the Europeans and the local Caribbean population is part of the unique charm that characterizes Saint-Martin. The local customs and the architecture reflect ver... more info