Boat owners’ community
Boat owners’ associations
In addition to the local yacht clubs, local boat owners have a long tradition of running memberships amongst their own individual boating communities, set up and named after the particular port or harbour their vessel is moored in. The associations aim to:
- promote and maintain interest in all aspects of boating
- seek continued improvements and maintain acceptable standards
- provide members with information, safety advice and assistance on matters connected with boating
- monitor changes in local laws and regulations affecting boat owners’ and report such changes to the members
- maintain close relations and to work together with Ports of Jersey in representing our members thus achieving the best policies for both parties
- bring local boat owners closer together
|Rozel||André de Gruchyemail@example.com||RBOA Facebook page|
|St Aubin||Alan Le Rossignolfirstname.lastname@example.org||saboa.co.uk|
|St Helier||Will Simpsonemail@example.com||sthboa.co.uk|
|Bonne Nuit||Neil Cotillardfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|La Rocque||Keith Irelandemail@example.com|
|Greve de Lecqfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Boat Watch Scheme
The Boat Watch Scheme is similar to a Neighbourhood Watch Scheme and allows boat owners and port users to report incidents or unusual activities to the Port authorities via the dedicated telephone number.
Tel: +44 (0) 1534 447722
Find out more information about how to protect your vessel and belongings through the States of Jersey Police website.
States of Jersey Police website
Courses and training
Highlands College offers a range of courses aimed at people who are thinking of buying a boat or those who already have boats and wish to increase their knowledge. More information on the courses available can be found by calling Highlands College on +44 (0) 1534 608608.
You can get fuel from four locations around Jersey, one at Gorey, two within St Helier Harbour and one in Elizabeth Marina.
Service provided by Gorey Marine Fuel Supplies Ltd
Summer opening hours: 14 April to 14 September, fully attended service seven days a week, three hours each side of high tide between the hours of 8am to 6pm. The site will be closed in adverse weather conditions.
Winter fuel by prior arrangement: 15 September to 13 April, three hours each side of high tide between the hours of 8am and 4.30pm.
Contact the fuel supplier directly on +44 (0) 7797 742384 if you wish to refuel during the winter period. Advance notice will eliminate your need to wait on arrival.
Winter hours extra service: with good weather, Gorey will be attended on weekends between 14 March to 13 April. This also applies at the end of the season, 15 September to 14 October.
St Helier Marina – La Collette Marina
Service provided by Gorey Marine Fuel Supplies Ltd.
Summer opening hours: 14 April to 14 September between 8am and 6pm, seven days a week.
Winter opening hours: 1 November to 28 February, three hours each side of high tide between the hours of 8am and 4.30pm.
Contact the fuel supplier directly on +44 (0) 7700 347313 if you wish to refuel during the winter period.
St Helier Marina – South Pier
Service provided by Marine Fuel 24/7.
Self service available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Contact the fuel supplier directly on +44 (0) 1534 525247 if you have any enquiries.
Service provided by Complete Boat Care.
Elizabeth Marina is normally accessible about three hours each side of high water. You should check the adjacent depth gauge to see if the berth is accessible for your vessel.
If you have any questions, contact the fuel supplier directly on +44 (0) 7797 723090.
You can report incidents using the general event reporting form, which is available from the Marine Leisure Centre or Maritime House.
Alternatively, you can report an incident direct to the Coastguard.
For any incidents taking place in the marinas, you should follow our emergency procedures.
Trace web app
Trace is a new free web app created by the team at Jersey Coastguard. It’s a simple way to submit transit reports, something anyone taking to the sea is asked to do, as an alternative option to calling Jersey Coastguard over VHF radio.
It includes a range of useful tools and safety reminders not only for mariners, but anyone heading out to sea, including kayakers, canoeists and paddle boarders.
Yacht and sailing clubs
The local yacht clubs and boating associations have strong memberships and provide a valued service to the local boating community.
St Helier Yacht Club
The Club is situated on the South Pier of St Helier Harbour where you can watch the comings and goings of both commercial and pleasure vessels as they navigate the port.
For more information, visit the St Helier Yacht Club website.
Royal Channel Islands Yacht Club
The Club is situated at the Bulwarks, St Aubin, on the western side of St Aubin’s Bay. It sits amongst the picturesque and historic port of St Aubin with stunning views of the 15th century fortress St Aubin’s Fort across to the Port of St Helier and the impressive Elizabethan fortification of Elizabeth Castle.
For more information, visit the Royal Channel Islands Yacht Club website.
St Catherine’s Sailing Club
The Club is Jersey’s largest dinghy sailing club and the most southerly sailing club in the British Islands.
For more information, visit the St Catherine’s Sailing Club website.