Our Marina is specially equipped to ensure that your stay is as comfortable and hassle free as possible.
The Marina Office is located on the first floor of the main building on the western side of the marina. Our Marina Manager, Neal Teers, and his team will be pleased to help you in any way and provide you with any information you might need.
‘Beaucette Marina’ VHF: Ch 80
Guernsey Coastguard VHF: Ch 20
St Peter Port Control VHF: Ch 12
(Monitor, and only call if absolutely necessary)
St Sampson VHF: Ch 12
Harbour Master & Marina Manager +44 (0) 7781 102302
Beaucette Marina +44 (0) 1481 245000
Guernsey Coastguard: +44 (0) 1481 720672
Guernsey Police +44 (0) 1481 725111
Emergency services: 999 or 112
Our on-site facilities mean everything you need is in one place, so you can enjoy your holiday and relax knowing you will be taken care of.
The Marina Office is located on the first floor of the main building on the western side of the marina. Marina Manager Neal Teers and his staff will be pleased to help you in any way and provide you with any information you might need.
The Showers and Laundry block is located on the south western edge of the Marina. Tokens for the washing and drying machines are available from the Marina Office.
Our marina-side restaurant, Saltwater, serves meals from 11am - 11pm Wednesday to Saturday and 11am - 5pm Sunday. Please note that the restaurant is closed on Mondays.
Wifi is available to all visitors, free of charge.
A large car park is located immediately to the north of the Harbour Office where visitors can keep their cars, free of charge.
For those bringing Campervans, there are twelve pitches available on site where you can park for the duration of your stay
Beaucette Marina’s fuel pontoon is on the hammerhead of pontoon B, where diesel is available at a competitive price. Call the Marina Office if you wish to take on fuel and we will arrange for someone to assist you. For refuelling out of hours, contact Marina Manager, Neal Teers on his mobile +44 (0) 7781 102302.
Camping Gas 907 bottles are available. Just ask at the Marina office.
Beaucette Marina has a 16 tonne lift-out capability with short- or long-term storage ashore. Pressure washing, anti-fouling and anode changing is ‘business as usual’. If other work is required, specialist marine trades are to hand.
If you have arrived from Jersey, the UK or any other EU country, you will need to complete a Customs declaration form, available from the Marina Office. There is a yellow Customs Post Box next to the Marina Office Door.
The British Pound Sterling is the accepted currency in the Channel Islands. Payments can be made in cash or by debit/credit cards (American Express is not accepted everywhere, and no Diners cards are accepted).
Guernsey and Jersey have their own printed sterling notes and coins which has a one to one value with the British Pound.
We have everything you need, all in one place, so if you don’t want to leave the Marina, you don’t have to. However, if you would like to explore Guernsey and it’s four sister Islands, we are perfectly placed for you to do so.
Guernsey’s anglo-french history has made it a fascinating place to visit. Beaucette provides the ideal place to base yourself to explore Guernsey’s landscape, culture and history, as well as the other islands that make up its Bailiwick.