Sailing and Boating Near Spanish Town

Spanish Town's marina encourages daily sailing excursions

Tourists who choose sailing as their mode of transportation have likely already had quite an adventure before they pull into the Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbor, which is the heart and south of Spanish Town.  Those with an interest in chartering a boat when they arrive will have to do so from another island in the chain.

If you want to spend some time on the water, without the complications and cost of sailing on your own you can take an excursion. Wondering about this option? See the listing that follows for contact information for area excursion services.

Boat Excursions
Name Phone Location Island
B&B Charters (284) 496-9341 Leverick Bay Marina - Leverick Bay Virgin Gorda
C&D Power Boat Rentals (284) 495-1401 3.9 mi. (6.2 km) East-Northeast of Road Town Tortola
La Boheme Charters (284) 541-4861 Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbor - Spanish Town Virgin Gorda
Sea It Clear (284) 343-9537 North Sound - Spanish Town Virgin Gorda

Boat Rentals and Charters

Thanks to the multiple islands and cays scattered throughout the Virgin Islands chain, chartering a boat for a day or two of sailing often proves to be a very fruitful and satisfying experience.  If you're interested in seeing what the waters surrounding Virgin Gorda have to offer, you'll have the best luck chartering a boat from the nearby island of Tortola.  

Considering chartering a boat or yacht? View this chart to find out how to contact regional charter operators.

Charter and Rental Services
Name Phone Location Island
B&B Charters (284) 541-9341 B&B Charters - Leverick Bay Virgin Gorda
Dream Yacht Charters (284) 345-2185 Hodge's Creek Marina - 3.2 mi. (5.1 km) East of Road Town Tortola
TRC Boat Rentals & Charters (284) 546-0026 3.9 mi. (6.2 km) East-Northeast of Road Town Tortola


The port of entry nearest Spanish Town is located in Gun Creek Ferry Dock and was only recently made official.  Once you've sailed in and cleared customs, you'll be able to make your way over to the fully functional marina.  In order to do so, you'll need to present officials with your boat's documentation and a passport for every person aboard.  Citizens of the United States and Canada need only a notorized copy of their birth certificate to enter the country, but in order to return to their home country, a passport will be necessary so it just makes good sense to have your passport on hand.  Customs fees change regularly, but you can expect to spend somewhere in the realm of $25 and $35(USD) a day.  Do note that they only accept cash.  

The marina here has 120 slips available for rent, along with a 70 ton travel lift, full service boat yard, and a dry storage program which will haul and store your vessel out of water is need be.  Amenities at the harbor include fuel, water, ice, power, access to cable and internet, and a garbage disposal service.

Within the marina complex you can take care of all of your provisioning needs, hit the ATM, dine at the restaurants, do your laundry, and get in some shopping before your sailing adventure takes you elsewhere.

Considering visiting Spanish Town using a vessel you own, or one you charter elsewhere? See the listing below to get summary information concerning marinas in the area.

Name Phone Location
Biras Creek Marina (800) 223-1108 Oil Nut Bay
Leverick Bay Marina (284) 495-7421 Leverick Bay Resort & Marina - Santu Patia
Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbor (284) 495-5500 Spanish Town
YCCS Marina (284) 393-2000 5.6 mi. (9.0 km) Northeast of Spanish Town
Nearby Anchorages
Location Latitude Longitude
St Thomas Bay - Spanish Town 18.4487752893 -64.4405651093
Pond Bay - 1.8 mi. (2.9 km) Northeast of Spanish Town 18.4689757697 -64.4155454636

With so many ways to ensure a sailing excursion from Spanish Town, anyone interested in getting out on the water will have no trouble making it happen.


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