These are available in Havre Gosselin on the west coast and Greve de la Ville on the east coast and are marked with YELLOW buoys. The moorings are substantial and are checked annually but you use them at your own risk. They are available for £15 per 24 hours or part thereof, payable by card or cash at the Visitor Centre.
At Havre Gosselin there is a small jetty with a ladder for low water access where dinghies can be left. The path to the top of the island begins at this point. At Greve de la Ville dinghies can be left on the steps at the beginning of the path up to the top of the island.
If you choose to anchor in either of these locations please keep well away from the moorings. Anchorages
There is no charge for anchoring off Sark.
Dixcart Bay: A large flat bay with a stony incline from about half way up. Good holding on sand at the seaward end of the bay. An easy path to the top of the island. A very popular anchorage.
Derrible Bay: A large flat bay with excellent holding on sand. A long path to the top of the island. Care should be taken to leave dinghies near the steps as the top of this bay is cut off from steps near high water. Grande Greve: Good holding sand at the seaward end of the bay. Please note that the path up to the top of the island from this bay is steep, built by volunteers and not maintained by the Island Authorities..