Guernsey RNLI helps a Alderney vessel six miles north of Platte Fougere Lighthouse.
Guernsey Ports is welcoming the Civil Contingencies Authority's decision to launch a trial pilot scheme that would see a test on the seventh day for arrivals in a specific week in early July 2020.
Full notice governing pleasure vessels not registered in the Bailiwick of Guernsey published in English/Français/Nederlands/Deutsch
Everything you need to know about our marinas, berths and facilities for local boat owners.Local Boats & Marinas
Everything our visiting yachtsmen need to know prior to arrival.Visitor Marina
Everything you need to know about sea safety, local navigation, VHF and Guernsey Coastguard.Coastguard & Navigation
Everything you need to know about cruise ships visiting the island.Cruise Ships
Everything you need to know about harbour facilities, disabled access, events and links to our partners.Harbour Community
Information on commercial services such as harbour charges, pilotage, diving and advertising.Commercial
Information on the harbours estate, rental property and parking permits.Parking & Property
Full British Registration under Part I, as a commercial fishing vessel or under the small ship register.Registry of British Ships
Northwesterly light F3 to moderate F4, veering north to northeast overnight.