Jersey Pilot Notes & Charts
Pilot notes are meant as a general guide, or for use in conjunction with a Pilot book or chart.
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ST HELIER MARINA
The Marina pond is maintained at a level of 5 metres (16.5ft) above chart datum by means of a sill gate. International Port Traffic Signals and depth gauges show when entry and exit are possible. This can be taken as approximately 3 hours either side of high water, the actual period differing slightly with Springs and Neaps. A digital gauge showing the depth of water (in metres) above the sill gate is situated at the entrance to the Marina
ENTRY TO THE MARINA
When the Marina is accessible, craft will be directed by the Port Control signals—and also the Harbour Control launches at peak periods—to transit the Commercial harbour and proceed to the area reserved for visiting craft. Craft arriving when the sill gate is closed or when the main harbour is closed to pleasure craft for the movement of commercial shipping, traffic should proceed to the Yacht Basin which is situated on the starboard hand immediately before the Victoria Pierhead. Entry to La Collette Yacht Basin is available at all states of tide but caution should be used during spring tide low water periods where the approach channel fairway buoys should be followed
There is a large holding pontoon to port of the Marina entrance at the head of the Commercial Harbour. When access to the Marina is possible, the Marina Staff will assist visiting craft to transit the commercial harbour when as previously mentioned, the Port Control Signals must be closely observed
VISITING CRAFT: BERTHS
Visitors are normally accommodated on Piers A, D, E, F and G which are in the northern part of the Marina. Pier D & E have individual finger pontoons suitable for craft up to 11 metres in length and Piers F and G are used for alongside berthing with craft lying 2 or 3 deep if necessary during busy periods. The depth in the Marina is a minimum of 6ft with an area of 9 ft depth in the vicinity of the entrance and Pier Any craft whose draught is over 2m or is over 12.5m in length should therefore advise the marina office on or prior to arrival so that a suitable berth may be allocated.
St Brelade is a tidal drying harbour located
on Jersey’s south west coast. Anchoring is
possible just to the east of the inner mooring
jetty and it is sheltered from most winds
except the south east.
Gorey Harbour is a tidal drying harbour
situated on Jersey’s east coast, providing
moorings and shelter for a number of private
pleasure craft and smaller commercial fishing
vessels. Visitor holding buoys are available at
the south western edge of the harbour, with
a handful of upper beach moorings available
during the summer season.
ST AUBIN’S HARBOUR
St Aubin's Harbour is a tidal drying
harbour that lies on Jersey’s south coast.
As well as providing shelter to local craft in
the main harbour, further single point swing
moorings to the south east just outside the
harbour are also available.
ST CATHERINE’S HARBOUR
St Catherine's Harbour is a deep
water harbour, which is situated on Jersey’s
north coast. The breakwater provides shelter
from south-westerly to north winds. The
bottom of the harbour is mud/sand, and there
is a landing slip at the base of the breakwater.
Rozel Harbour is a tidal drying harbour,
which lies on Jersey’s north coast. It looks
straight out towards the reef at Les Ecrehous
(some 8 miles offshore) and is sheltered from
most wind directions.
Boulay Bay is a tidal harbour, which has
deep water moorings. It is situated on Jersey’s
north coast and is well sheltered from most
BONNE NUIT BAY
Bonne Nuit Bay is a tidal drying harbour,
that lies on Jersey’s north coast. You can
anchor vessels just outside the harbour in the
deeper water areas to the west of the pier if
your vessel is unable to take the ground.
Fuel in Gorey Habour
GOREY MARINE FUEL SUPPLIES ATTENDED HOURS
Three hours before and after high water betwean 8.00am to 6.00pm from the 14th to to September 14th.
In the winter please call in advance.
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Fuel in St Hellier
Duty Free Fuel Sales for Petrol and Diesel Fuel. Attended Fuel pontoon March 1st - October 31st, 8am- 6pm 7 days a week. Winter hours. Open during the top half of the tide between 8am and 5pm. Volume Discounts at 300ltr, 500ltr and 1000ltr. Twin hose filling ensures swift turn around for larger vessels.
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Elizabeth Marina Entrance
St Helier Marina Entrance
La Collette Yacht Basin Entrance
ST AUBIN’S HARBOUR ENTRANCE
Gorey Pier Fuel Berth
Duty free diesel and petrol sales Open 7 days a week from April 14th to September 14th 08.00am to 18.00 hrs. Top half of the tide only.
In Winter please arrange time in advance.
Tel 07700 347 313
Victoria Pier Fuel Berth
Duty Free petrol and diesel sales. Open 7 days a week 08.00 to 18.30 Hrs From March 14th to October 14th Extended hours are offered at peak times.
Tel 07700 347 313 or find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Gorey.Marine.Fuel.Supplies.ltd/
Winter hours top half of tide only.
CAUTION This site dries out on Spring low tides.