One of the great thing about planning a getaway in Charlestown is that it is an official port of entry and home to prime docking facilities. If you have a knack for sailing and are itching for adventure, this is one destination to consider.
If you are just wanting to enjoy a few hours on the open water, without the cost and responsibility involved with renting a boat you should take a day sailing excursion. Want to know more what's included and how long a trip lasts? Check out the chart that follows to obtain contact phone numbers for area day sailing companies.
|(869) 664-9171||4.8 mi. (7.7 km) North of Charlestown||Nevis|
The harbor has 20 slips with a draught max of 10.9 meters, a length max of 20 meters, two restaurants, a bar, a gas station, a market, waste collection, a crane, laundry facilities, potable drinking water, and WiFi Internet.
Before you can dock here for a long period of time, you'll have to clear customs and immigration. Thankfully, Charlestown is also an official port of entry. After docking, you'll meet with a customs official to have your ship's stores reviewed and pay the $7.50(USD) customs fee. Then, through immigrations you'll present your passport and fill out immigration paperwork.
Planning to sail to Charlestown using your own boat, or a boat you charter in a different location? Check out the chart below to get information on marinas in the area.
Once the process of clearing in is complete, you'll be able to meet with the manager at Charlestown Harbor to make your docking more permanent. If you have plans to sail over to St. Kitts for some sightseeing, make sure to request a Boat Pass so you can avoid having to go through customs once more.
A prime sailing destination thanks to the often optimal conditions and excellent docking facilities, Charlestown Harbor has everything you need to refuel and recharge after a sailing adventure to Nevis.
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