St Helier - General Info

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Description:

This is the main port for Jersey and is busy with yachts, ferries and small commercial vessels. It is a vibrant little town with plenty to interest the visitors.

Entrance Notes and Cautions:

See https://www.ports.je/jerseymarinas/visitors/approachdepart/

NOTICE:

Major works to replace the infrastructure of St Helier Marina started mid-September 2021. The works will be ongoing until summer 2022. There will be no vessel or pedestrian access to the marina from 13th October – until further notice.

For further details, see here.

Position:  

49° 10’12″N, 02° 07’12″W (harbor entrance)

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St Helier was last updated 8 years ago.

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  1. September 29, 2021 at 10:25 AM
    michell says:

    Major works to replace the infrastructure of St Helier Marina are commencing 13th September 2021.The works will be ongoing until summer 2022.Partial closure of marina 13th September – 13th October 2021.MARINA CLOSED – There will be no vessel or pedestrian access to the marina from 13th October – until further notice.

  2. July 25, 2017 at 10:27 AM
    Data Entry1 says:

    Some cleats in St Helier Marina are unusual that you can’t throw a rope over them you have to get off and tie your rope through. The berthing master is very helpful.