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Port St. Charles Marina

An outstanding luxury marina in Barbados

Port St. Charles is a luxury residential marina with waterfront properties, situated on a 10-acre lagoon. There is also a breakwater facility, which includes six berths to accommodate visiting yachts from 60 – 250' LOA, with a maximum draft of 13.5 ft. Outside the breakwater, Port St. Charles maintains three serious moorings suitable for boats in excess of 300 feet. 

Services available include water, power, telephone, Cable TV, gasoline and duty-free ultra-low sulphur diesel (with high pressure delivery) and garbage incineration. There is also a law enforcement facility with Customs / Immigration, Coast Guard, Police and Port Health. 

Other facilities include a yacht club complex – with a restaurant, deck, pool table and swimming pool – and the entire area is wirelessly networked for Internet connectivity. Four webcams are positioned to monitor boat security on the breakwater slips. 

The berthing is very convenient with fuel bunkering available direct from the slip; shore-power was said to be good; and Customs & Immigration will come to visit the boat in person. Additionally, there is a dedicated email and Internet room for communications and two beaches for relaxation (with one just next to the breakwater berths). 

We always receive excellent feedback for this marina facility; and the Dockmaster - Derek Ince - continues to come enthusiastically recommended by captains for his highly professional assistance with all needs. Advanced bookings for dockage are essential during the busy winter season. 

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Port St. Charles
St. Peter

: Derek Ince

: +1 246 419 1000, +1 246 262 3759, +1 246 419 2230



VHF Channel

Ch.16 / 77

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