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Beaucette Marina

Route de la Lande, Vale, GY3 5BQ


Beaucette Marina was once a quarry, used to extract granite, which was one of the island’s main exports. 

The owners decided to convert the quary in the 1960s when the blue granite was spent, and in July 1968 the Royal Engineers were given a budget of just £725 to blow a hole in the rock and inundate the quarry.

The task was more complicated than expected and in the end the cost soared to £27,000, mainly paid by the British taxpayer

The marina has 115 alongside berths and up to 45 visitors berths. 4 yellow waiting buoys are located just north of the entrance during the high season.

In the summer high season, it’s advisable to telephone ahead to ensure there’s a free berth for you.

Call Ricky’s mobile which he always has to hand for an immediate answer, or the Harbour Office land line

 

Opening Hours (Harbour Office)

September to May, inclusive

Monday - Friday: 0900 – 1700
Saturday: 1000 – 1200
Sunday: Closed all day

June, July and August

Monday - Friday: 0900 – 1700, [We are open until 2100 when the tide is above 2 meters]
Saturday – Sunday: 0900 – 1200, [We are open until 2100 when the tide is above 2 meters]

 

Facilities & Amenities

  • Parking
  • On bus routes - 11, 91, 92
  • Free WiFi
  • Hose pipes
  • 230vAC 50Hz 16A outlets are available at all berths. Some berths also have 32A outlets.
  • Camping Gas bottles (sizes 904 & 907) are available from the Harbour Office
  • Shower & Toilet facilities
  • Laundry (tokens available from Harbour Office)

 

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