Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbor Marina
Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbor Marina
Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbor Marina
Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbor Marina
Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbor Marina
Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbor Marina
Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbor Marina
Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbor Marina
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Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbor

Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands
Berth Characteristics
  • 93 berths
  • Max Length 43 m
  • Max Draught 2.7 m
Radio Channel

You can reach Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbor by calling VHF11/16.

Right in the heart of Spanish Town, locally known as The Valley, Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbor is a complete marine facility in a beautiful setting. Spanish Town, the capital of Virgin Gorda and the second largest town on the British Virgin Islands, offers numerous eating and shopping options along with

Facilities of Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbor

  • Water
  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Wifi
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Availability

Berth prices updated for 2021

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The neighborhood

Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbor is located in Virgin Gorda.

Virgin Gorda is one of the British Virgin Islands, an archipelago located in the Caribbean Sea. The territory is part of the British overseas lands. Virgin Gorda is the third biggest island in its family and one of the most popular destinations for tourists. Most travelers who venture in these parts of the Caribbean Sea make a stop here to enjoy the view, visit the local attractions or book a berth and sail along the shore.

The island has a peculiar nickname that was coined by Christopher Columbus himself; ‘the Fat Virgin’ which is due to the territory’s shape.
The first populations inhabiting this island were the Arawak indigenes. They were followed by Carib tribes and, in the second half of the 15th century; the first Europeans started to discover the island and built the first settlements. The Spanish colonial empire had a strong influence and dominion in this island, but the British were the final conquerors who subdued this wild location.

Nowadays, Virgin Gorda is a welcoming touristic destination, and numerous attractions won't let anyone get bored here. The Baths are probably the most sought after objectives; they are rocky formations that were created due to a volcanic eruption. The Baths are caves that tourists can access by foot or through water and they are a great location both for snorkeling lovers and hikers. Walking through the massive boulders is a great experience no one should skip.

The Gorda Peak National Park is a piece of paradise. The luxuriant vegetation amazes the foreign visitors who don’t have the chance to observe similar species of plants or birds elsewhere. Here, tourists can embark on a long journey to one of the trails and see the highest peak on the island. There are many organized tours for those who don’t want to venture on their own.

The Coppermine Ruins are another major attraction, a vestige of the copper mine that was founded here by the British colonists.

One of the most beautiful areas on the island is the Bitter End; hosting some breathtaking wild beaches. The place is provided with top quality touristic facilities like accommodation and dinners. For those who want to get here by boat, online berth booking is the solution. MarinaReservation.com offers many affordable berths tourists can check out.. 

The Spanish Town is one of the most charming city sights featuring art galleries, restaurants, bars, pubs and souvenir boutiques.

For beach lovers, some of the best locations are the Spring Bay, the beach of the Baths, Savanah Bay, Mahoe Bay or Spring Bay.

A perfect destination for a relaxing holiday, Virgin Gorda doesn’t cease to amaze tourists who anchor on its idyllic shores.

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Policies

Marina Rules

Dozens of berths are available for monohulls, catamarans and yachts with up to 47 m (140') LOA and 2.7 m (9') draft. Every berth has 30Amp, 50Amp and/or 100 Amp power, as well as access to water.

Gasoline and Diesel are available, as well as ice, water, and rubbish removal at our full-service fuel dock.

 

Hourly Dockage
Here for a short visit, or just looking for a safe place to leave your vessel while you clear in at Customs and Immigration? The first 30 minutes are free! After the first 30 minutes, monohulls may dock at $10/hour and catamarans at $15/hour.

 

Monohull Dockage

-Hourly - Vessels up to 55' LOA: $10.00/hr (first 30 minutes free)

-Hourly - Vessels 55' + LOA: $20.00/ft (first 30 minutes free)

-Overnight - Vessels up to 55': $1.30/ft per night

-Overnight - Vessels 55' + LOA: $3.00/ft per night

 -T-Heads and Alongside: Regular rates x 1.5 

-Weekly: Please contact us directly for a weekly quote

-Monthly: Please contact us directly for a monthly or long term quote

 

Catamaran Dockage

-Hourly - Vessels up to 55' LOA: $15.00/hr (first 30 minutes free)

-Hourly - Vessels 55' + LOA: $20.00/ft (first 30 minutes free)

-Overnight: Vessels up to 55' - $2.50/ft per night

-Overnight: Vessels 55' + LOA - $3.00/ft per night

-T-Heads and Alongside: Regular rates x 1.5

-Weekly: Please contact us directly for a weekly quote

-Monthly: Please contact us directly for a monthly or long term quote

 

Other Services

-Complimentary Rubbish Removal with Dockage

-Ice Available at the Fuel Dock

-Diesel and Gasoline Available

-Water: $0.15/gallon

-Power: $0.65/kilowatt

Overnight slips are available for monohulls at $1.30/ft, catamarans at $2.50/ft, alongside & T-heads at $4.50/ft, and vessels over 55' at $3.00/ft. Checkin is at 1:00 PM and checkout is at 11:00AM.

 

Monohull Dockage

-Hourly - Vessels up to 55' LOA: $10.00/hr (first 30 minutes free)

-Hourly - Vessels 55' + LOA: $20.00/ft (first 30 minutes free)

-Overnight - Vessels up to 55': $1.30/ft per night

-Overnight - Vessels 55' + LOA: $3.00/ft per night

 -T-Heads and Alongside: Regular rates x 1.5 

-Weekly: Please contact us directly for a weekly quote

-Monthly: Please contact us directly for a monthly or long term quote

 

Catamaran Dockage

-Hourly - Vessels up to 55' LOA: $15.00/hr (first 30 minutes free)

-Hourly - Vessels 55' + LOA: $20.00/ft (first 30 minutes free)

-Overnight: Vessels up to 55' - $2.50/ft per night

-Overnight: Vessels 55' + LOA - $3.00/ft per night

-T-Heads and Alongside: Regular rates x 1.5

-Weekly: Please contact us directly for a weekly quote

-Monthly: Please contact us directly for a monthly or long term quote

 

Other Services

-Complimentary Rubbish Removal with Dockage

-Ice Available at the Fuel Dock

-Diesel and Gasoline Available

-Water: $0.15/gallon

-Power: $0.65/kilowatt

Cancellations

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