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Barbados Port Marina Barbados, Barbados

13˚ 5.7' N 59˚ 37.2' W

Barbados Port Marina Barbados


University Row
Princess Alice Highway


246 430 4700

Banks/Post Office : Close by
Berths : 100
BoatYard : Yes
Buses/Taxis : Yes/Yes
Drinking Water : On all pontoons
Electricity : On all pontoons
Length Max : 11.6 metres
Max Depth (M) : 9.0 metres
Showers/Laundrette : Showers
Travel lift : 40 Tonne
VHF : Chn 12
Weather Info : Yes

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Barbados Port Marina Barbados, Barbados

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Barbados Port Marina Barbados, Barbados

Barbados Port marina is ideally situated just a short walk away from Bridgetowns attraction and shops. The best and easiest way to explore the town is by foot. The main street of the town is Broad Street and is the main area to go shopping in Bridgetown and it should take you a few hours to explore the numerous duty free shops and craft stores along this street.

At the west end of Broad Street you will find St.Mary’s Anglican Church, the 2nd oldest church on the island, which was built in 1825.

As you travel east along this street you will come across a great store to visit on Broad Street called Cave Shepherd. This is the island’s leading duty free shopping centre. You can pretty much find anything here from souvenirs and beach wear to high end jewelry and cosmetics. Nearby is Swan Street which is pedestrianised and has lots of shops and street stalls selling jewelery, crafts, fruit & vegetables. Fish can be found at the Oistins Fish Village. the town has several supermarkets.

Barbados Yacht Club welcomes visiting yachtsmen and allows collection of water in Jeri cans free of charge, will hold mail, and can send or receive e-mail on their behalf. There is a beach party at the club every Friday night.
Bay Street, St.Michael, Barbados
Tel:(246) 427-1125 , Fax:(246) 435-7590


Carlisle bay has good holding and is fairly well sheltered from the prevailing winds, but it can become crowded.

The Approach

The approach from seaward is straightforward with Brigetown, easy to reconise with its large cruise ship port and and fuel tanks at the South East corner of the port. On approach and entry keep a lookout for the very large cruise ships that visit the port.

On approach, yachts should call the signal station on VHF Channel 12 (call sign 8PB) and will be advised where to proceed. Once permission is given, the yacht should go into the Deepwater Harbour and unless advised to the contrary come alongside the Cross Berth, in the southern corner.

The Entrance

Entry into the marina is tight from the large amount of yachts that are berthed. Many yachts prefer to anchor in Carlisle Bay and use the dinghy or the "water taxis" to get ashore.

Dinghies can be left at the Boatyard jetty which has some facilities for cruising boats, such as toilets, showers and water. The Boatyard charges a daily fee to use the Dinghy Dock.


Bridgetown is an official port of entry.

Tel:246 430 2300
Customs office is on the second floor above the Immigration and Baggage offices at the cruise-ship terminal.

Tel:246 426 5080

Tel:246 426 1011

The Q flag must be flown until clearance is complete. The crew must remain on board until the captain has cleared customs, health and immigration in the Customs Examination Hall behind the Cross Berth, open from 0600-2200 seven days a week.

On departing, port authority clearance has to be obtained first in order to get customs clearance. Immigration must be visited last.