With a full-service yacht club, luxury accommodations, and numerous attractions, it is no wonder that Frigate Bay is popular among sailors. You may have to make a stop at an official port of entry before docking, but the closest one is near enough that this isn't a problem at all.
If you want to enjoy some time on the water, without the complications and cost of sailing on your own you should take a day sailing excursion. Wondering what's included and how long a trip lasts? Take a look at the table that follows to find contact phone numbers for area day sailing companies.
|(869) 663-9290||Old Road Town|
|(869) 465-7474||Fort Street - Downtown Basseterre|
|(869) 466-1472||Frigate Bay|
If you'd like to get to Frigate Bay by sailing yourself, your first stop will have to be in Port Zante in Basseterre. This is the official port of entry, where you will dock your boat and meet with customs and immigrations officials who will be responsible for approving all of the boat's official paperwork plus review the passport of everyone on board. There will be a $7.50(USD) customs charge, as well as the fee that accompanies docking your boat at the marina.
If you plan to sail to Nevis, make sure to ask for a Boat Pass, which will prevent you from having to clear customs a second time. With any questions, you can contact Port Zante's marina manager at 869-466-5021 or over VHF Radio Channel 16 or 68.
Do you plan to sail to Frigate Bay using a vessel you own, or one you charter in a different location? This table provides a quick summary of area marinas.
|--||Downtown Basseterre||St. Kitts|
After sailing in to Port Zante, you'll have just a few steps to take before you're granted official entry and be on your way to the gorgeous coastal town of Frigate Bay where if you're like most yachter, you'll agree it was absolutely worth the journey to get there.
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