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Pier 41 Marina Bermuda, Bermuda

32˚ 19.5' N 64˚ 50.0' W

Pier 41 Marina Bermuda


Pier 41, Roya Naval Dockyard
West End


William Freeman
441 705 4141

Bars/Cafe/Restaurants : Quayside
Berths : 130
BoatYard : Yes
Chandlery : Yes
Drinking Water : On all pontoons
Electricity : On all pontoons
Fuel : Fuel berth (not duty free)
Length Max : 30 metres
Showers/Laundrette : Yes/Yes
Travel lift : 70 Tonne

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Pier 41 Marina is on the north west side of the North Basin of the The Royal Naval Dockyard and is a sheltered marina tucked behind the passenger ship berths at the West End area of the island. The whole Royal Naval Dockyard area has undergone a a recent renovation and now is a popular tourist site.

The Dockyard has a Mini Mart and there is a public fast ferry system for Hamilton and St. Georges.

The fuel berth does not supply Duty free fuel but this can be found 200 metres away


There is NO anchoring allowed inside the Royal Naval Dockyard as it is a historical site

The Approach

The approach is international red, right, returning with a very large opening and a depth of 10 metres (33') or more

The Entrance

The old docks have been removed completely and there is a new Technomarine floating dock system. There are approximately 130 berths which are year round tenants. There are 5 "T" heads which can accommodate a maximum sized vessel of 100'.

Berth rates are $3.50/ft/day up to 1 month and $1.50/ft/day for a month or more


ALL vessels must clear customs and the ONLY place for that is in St. Georges at the East end of the island



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