The Port of Jersey is ready and willing to do business. We are continuously making improvements to our facilities, equipment and services so that the port meets the long-term needs of port users.
Information on vessel monitoring, berth allocation and weather forecasts
Rewilding and conserving our oceans is as important as rewilding and conserving our land. Ports of Jersey is establishing a strong sustainability culture throughout the organisation and the Maritime team are working to continue initiatives already in place and introduce new ways of working, integrating it into our everyday operations.
Jersey has a large fleet of fishing vessels that make the most of one of the Island’s best natural resources – the sea. These vessels are monitored and regulated to ensure that over exploitation does not happen and they comply with regulations ensuring that this natural resource is protected.
Information including berth advice, holding pontoons and local registration of vessels
Get information about what processes must be completed before vessels can operate commercially (including beach launch activities).
Details about the services and facilities available at the commercial port, including berths and pilotage.
The Port Marine Safety Code is a UK national standard that aims to enhance safety of everyone who uses or works in the port marine environment.
Information about accident / incident / hazard reporting, as well as codes of practice, ISPS and restricted areas.
Find out about the Vessel Traffic Service, including contact details, IALA traffic lights, radio frequencies and speed limits.