Nelson's Dockyard Marina
PO Box 1283, English Harbour, Antigua, West Indies

T:+1 268 481 5035
F:+1 268 481 5030
E:natpark@candw.ag
W:
Contact:Mr Marius Smith

LAT/LONG 17°00.4'N/61°45.7'W
VHF 68
Port Photo

Set on the west side of English Harbour, Nelson's Dockyard is a popular tourist attraction and one of the Caribbean's best-known yacht harbours. Construction of this base for the Royal Navy began in 1743 and further additions were put in by Admiral Nelson in 1748. The dockyard was abandoned in the late 19th century, but restoration began in the 1950s when the Nicholson family opened it up as a charter base. A favourite cruising destination, Nelson's Dockyard also hosts major annual events: Yacht Charter Show in December, Antigua Classic Yacht Week in mid-April and Antigua Race Week in the last week of April.

Berth Information
Price Guide
Air Access
25-30m berths
24
High season
85.60us$
Int'l airport
19km
30m+ berths
12
Low season
49.20
Airfield
Berthing
Stern-to
 
 
Heliport
Max length
50m
 
 
 
 
Max draught
4m
 
 
 
 
Max beam
12m
 
 
 
 
Facilities available at Berth
electricity; fresh water; sewage removal; telephone; parking; cable tv; security cameras
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