Victoria Marina: Victoria Marina is set aside for visiting yachtsmen, upon entering St Peter Ports pierheads follow the buoyed southern fairway leaving the boats in the pool on your starboard side and around towards Victoria Marina. During the high season the marina staff will meet you in a Harbour Control dory for berthing instructions. If there is insufficient water to gain access to the marina you can moor up on the layby pontoon east of Victoria Marina entrance.
Within Victoria Marina, moorings alongside pontoons are available for boats up to a maximum of 42ft (12.8m) LOA and a maximum draught of 6ft (1.8m). The sill height is 4.2m above chart datum, with access approximately 2 hours either side of high water. Entry is controlled by the marina staff. Control lights are positioned on both pierheads at the entrance to the marina and are activated when there is 2m clearance above the sil.
When the tide is low, a waiting pontoon is provided adjacent to the entrance. The marina staff will instruct you where to moor and wait depending on the draught of your vessel. Once there is enough water to enter Victoria Marina the marina staff will instruct you where to go and control the flow of vessels entering. Dinghy landing pontoons are at the end of the Victoria Pier and adjacent to the Marina Ofﬁce.
If the moorings within the marina are full or your vessel unsuitable or perhaps you would like to leave at a different state of tide you may be directed to moor on the Swan Pontoons in the Pool. During the summer season the outer Swan Pontoons are linked together on the western side. There is a gangway connecting these pontoons to the shore via the Victoria Pier (Crown Pier) allowing visitors to walk ashore.
Larger vessels can be accommodated in the Queen Elizabeth II marina but visiting yachts must first come into St. Peter Port Harbour to get berthing instructions and to clear customs.
You can contact Victoria Marina on VHF Channel 80 or telephone +44 (0)1481 725987.