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 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
Road users entering, and leaving St Peter Port harbour and the North Beach car park will face very different access arrangements from Sunday 18th November until early Friday 23rd November. This is due to essential road resurfacing work being carried out.
Guernsey Harbours is now assessing the damage caused to vital infrastructure following last Friday's storm (9th November 2018). The Havelet slipway suffered considerable damage. As a result, the slipway is now closed to the public and port users for the foreseeable future.
East to southeast moderate F4, increasing fresh F5 by early afternoon, then occasionally strong F 6 by early evening.
Slight becoming moderate, then locally rather rough later, with a low swell increasing to a moderate swell by midnight.
Moderate or poor, very poor this morning in places, becoming good by afternoon.