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Visiting Boats

Sark welcomes many visiting yachts and motor boats each year.

Experiencing the island from the water is a delight. Here's some information to help you prepare.

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Visitor Moorings at Havre Gosselin

Visitor moorings are available in Havre Gosselin on the west coast of the Island. They are marked with yellow buoys and operate on a first come first served basis. A fee of £15 per 24hrs, or part thereof, is payable at the Visitor Centre.

Havre Gosselin has landing steps and a ladder for low tide. The path leads to Pilcher Monument at the top of the headland and from there it is approx. a 15min walk to the Avenue.

 

The moorings are substantial and are checked annually but visitors use them at their own risk.

Visitor Moorings at Greve de la Ville

Visitor moorings are available in Greve de la Ville on the east coast of the Island. They are marked with yellow buoys and operate on a first come first served basis. A fee of £15 per 24hrs, or part thereof, is payable at the Visitor Centre.

Greve de la Ville has landing steps and beach access at low tide. The path leads up through woods to the outskirts of the village and from here is only a 5min walk to the Avenue.

 

The moorings are substantial and are checked annually but visitors use them at their own risk.

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Maseline Harbour

Maseline is a busy commercial harbour, also used for emergency evacuation. Visiting boats are welcome to use Maseline to drop-off or pick-up passengers but only when the jetty is not being used by commercial or emergency vessels.

 

For safety and practical reasons, boats may not tie up or stay alongside the jetty at any time, day or night.

 

Moorings in this Harbour are all private but Visitor Moorings can be found around the corner in Greve de la Ville.

Creux Harbour

Creux is a working harbour, primarily used by fishing boats and sometimes for commercial or emergency vessels. As such, visiting boats are welcome to moor against the wall but must leave the steps and slip way clear at all times.

Visitors must note that Creux is a drying harbour. If you are leaving your boat unattended at any time you are advised to contact the Harbourmaster.

 

There is no charge to use Creux. Toilets and showers are available just the other side of the tunnel (showers at a small charge). There is also a café, open most days in the Summer.

 

The moorings outside Creux are all private.

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Planning to visit Sark by private boat?

Get in touch with the Sark Harbourmaster for further information.

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