Braye Harbour

Boat Moorings, Visitor Moorings, Water Taxis
VHF Channel 73 Whether it’s truly invigorating sailing between the islands and France or a peaceful stop off in one of our bays, Alderney offers a fabulous sailing escape. Braye harbour offers 70 visitor mooring buoys and anchorage areas sheltered by the impressive 1,430m long historic landmark the breakwater. Please note that it is NOT possible to pre-book your mooring in Alderney. There are also a number of other anchorages around Alderney, in addition to Braye. None provide any facilities, and all are only safe in calm weather and/or offshore winds. Clockwise from Braye these are: Saye, Longis Bay, Telegraph Bay and Hannaine Bay. Whilst sailing around Alderney and specifically Burhou Island please be aware that there is a voluntary ‘Puffin Friendly Zone’ which all mariners are asked to observe in order to help protect the puffins. View a 360° tour

Address: Braye Harbour, SW end of Harbour, Near entrance to Little Crabby Harbour

Phone: +44 (0) 1481 822333 - Email - Website - Mobile: WATER TAXI +44 (0) 7781 121046 - Map
Reviews (2)
12/04/2022 @ 8:45 pm
Nige Jackson
Great Little harbour/ marina. Great friendly and knowledgeable mariners that are very helpful. Don't be put off visiting Braye Harbour by any negative Ill informed advice. It's easy to navigate as long as you check the pilotage. And well worth it
27/12/2019 @ 10:14 am
Kieren Shepherd and Crew
We had no problems mooring up here, we were a little nervous because of hearsay from others that hadn't even been before. Follow the pilot notes and choose the right weather and tidal conditions and it's easy. And well worth the journey.
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