Yacht Haven Grande USVI


Charlotte Amalie

2021 07 December
2021 08 December
  • 18.501159
  • -64.932187
  • 5304 Yacht Haven Grande
  • St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands 00802
  • Mon. – Fri. 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • Sat. & Sun. 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • Contact us for important dates


  • 46 Total Berths
    46 Megayacht Berths
    Max Length: 656' (200m)
    Max Draft: 25' (7.6m)
    Max Beam: No Restrictions
  • 30 amp, 50 amp
  • 100 amp SP, 100 amp 3P
  • 480v 100 amp 3P
  • 24hr Gated Dock Security


  • On-site Customs & Immigration
  • Lighted Tennis Courts
  • ROAM Kiosk
  • Wi-Fi Connectivity
  • Crew Lounge
  • Private Shower Facilities
  • Lagoon Style Pool
  • Beach Volleyball Court
  • On-Site Shopping & Dining


  • High Speed Fuel Pumps
  • Full Service Marina
  • In-Slip Fueling
  • On-Site Provisioning
  • Waste Disposal Services
  • Laundry Services
  • ISPS Compliant Facility
  • Business Center

Directory & Local Businesses

Brian Deher

Regional Director Caribbean and Central America

Over 13 years with IGY Marinas

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Contact Information

Marina General Manager
Phil Blake

+1 340-774-9500

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Police / Fire / Ambulance



On behalf of the management and staff of Yacht Haven Grande, we would like to welcome you to St. Thomas. Whether this is your first visit to our beautiful island, or you’ve made St. Thomas your home in the past, we hope that the information here will make your arrival and stay a memorable one.

Situated in St. Thomas’ scenic Charlotte Amalie Harbor, Yacht Haven Grande plays to an impressive array of the world’s finest megayachts as well as sailing, sport fishing, and pleasure crafts. A nautical paradise, Yacht Haven Grande offers easy access to the cerulean waters of the Virgin Islands and our staff is always available to assist with whatever you may require. Yacht Haven Grande, located within walking distance to historic downtown Charlotte Amalie, is complimented by numerous shopping, dining, and entertainment options that will cater to your every need.

If there is anything that the IGY team can do to make your stay with us more memorable and relaxing, please don’t hesitate to ask! Our staff is here to make sure you have an enjoyable stay in St. Thomas.


Phil Blake, Marina General Manager

EFFECTIVE AS OF: October 7, 2021



  1. See pages 2 & 3 for the formal USVI arrival requirements. These apply to all air & sea arrivals from outside the US Virgin Islands – including the United States, Puerto Rico, internationally, etc.
  2. All arriving yachts must complete the USVI Travel Portal at https://usvitravelportal.com/ for all aboard the vessel within five days’ prior to your arrival.
  3. Test results are required prior to arrival**, which you should upload to the USVI Travel Portal. Test types accepted:
    1. negative Covid-19 molecular (rt-PCR / viral / nucleic acid amplification) test from a nasal or throat or saliva swab taken, with the result valid within the previous five days*, OR
    2. negative Covid-19 antigen (rapid) test from a nasal or throat swab taken, with the result valid within the previous five days*.
    3. **If individual crew were fully vaccinated locally in the USVI, these individuals must still complete the USVI Travel Portal but may not require a test prior to arrival (select ‘fully vaccinated locally’ check box and await confirmation).
    4. Note: positive serology antibody (blood) tests are no longer accepted effective August 13th
  4. The authorities will advise if your application is acceptable following upload to the USVI Travel Portal.
  5. International direct AIR arrivals to the USVI: in this case test results are required within the previous THREE (3) days, as per CDC
  6. Voyage time greater than five days: If you obtain acceptable test results immediately prior to a direct voyage to the USVI, not stopping elsewhere, have no illness aboard, and submit your results to the USVI Travel Portal in the required time frame, you may be accepted into the USVI (pls advise YHG marina office of this scenario to assist).
  7. If you do not possess any valid test results, you will be required to self-quarantine aboard vessel for 14 days upon To reduce the 14-day quarantine requirement, you can book a Covid test through our marina office with our partner clinic. Contact the marina office at least 3-4 days in advance to book an appointment. See page three for FAQs relating to organizing testing with us.


  1. Arriving vessels must fly their yellow ‘Q’ flags, until they have satisfied the ‘free-pratique’ requirements as per USVI regulations and international maritime law.
  2. Lowering the ‘Q’ yellow flag, will be official confirmation to the marina that your vessel has met its obligations under USVI and International Maritime Law, and the vessel is free from disease.

  • Every traveler aged five or older who enters the U.S. Virgin Islands, by air or sea, including anyone in-transit to another destination, is required to use the USVI Travel Screening Portal and submit a COVID-19 test result prior to travel. Without travel clearance from the portal, passengers may not be able to board an aircraft or vessel to the Territory.
  • Evidence of COVID-19 vaccination does not supersede the COVID-19 testing requirement set forth by the Government of the U.S. Virgin Islands. Travelers who have received a COVID-19 vaccination are required to use the USVI Travel Screening Portal.
  • Travelers are required to provide evidence of:
    • a COVID-19 molecular (e.g., RT-PCR, viral or nucleic acid amplification) test from a nasal or throat or oral rinse and/or saliva sample taken and NEGATlVE result received (both within five days of commencement of travel to the Territory) or
    • a COVID-19 antigen (rapid) test from a nasal or throat swab sample taken and NEGATIVE result received (both within five days of commencement of travel to the Territory)
    • Effective August 13, 2021results from COVID-19 antibody tests will no longer be acceptable for entry or submission to the USVI Travel Screening Portal (www.usvitravelportal.com)

*Passengers traveling from international destinations please note exceptions below.

Travel Originating in the USVI

  • Travelers who originate in the USVI and return to the Territory, regardless of the length of time away, must use the USVI Travel Screening Portal and receive clearance (email with green QR code) before travel.
  • Acceptable submissions include: Negative result from a COVID-19 antigen or molecular test. Results from COVID-19 antigen or molecular tests taken in the USVI are NOT acceptable for travel from the U.S. mainland
  • Travelers who were vaccinated in the USVI and considered “fully vaccinated” may be exempt from submitting an acceptable COVID-19 test result for travel from the S. mainland and/or from another U.S. Territory as noted below.

PLEASE NOTE: Individuals traveling to the Territory via international air travel are subject to different requirements as stated below.

Travelers Vaccinated in the U.S. Virgin Islands

  • Travelers who were vaccinated in the USVI and considered “fully vaccinated” may be exempt from submitting an acceptable COVID-19 test result for travel from the U.S. mainland and/or from another U.S. Territory, if the Official Vaccination Record can be successfully retrieved. To qualify for this exemption, “fully vaccinated” travelers must have been vaccinated in the USVI, with the officially required dosage(s) in the USVI, and have passed the two-week immunity-building period. Note that vaccinations do not supersede CDC testing requirements for international air arrivals.
  • Travelers will be required to present their travel clearance (email with green QR-code) from the USVI Travel Screening Portal to airline or marine transportation personnel or may be denied boarding. Digital or printed documents are acceptable.
  • Travelers are required to present their travel clearance (email with green QR-code) from the USVI Travel Screening Portal and an acceptable COVID-19 test result to local officials upon arrival in the Territory.
  • The laboratory that performs the COVID-19 test should be certified under the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendment (CUA). You can check a lab’s certification status here:https://www.cdc.gov/clia/LabSearch.html.
  • Travelers originating outside of the United States should use COVID-19 testing facilities that are formally approved in their departure Many countries comply with15015189 or ISO/IEC17025 standards. Notwithstanding, the USVI reserves the right to reject any test result and/or require a traveler to re-test upon arrival in the Territory.
  • Effective January 26, 2021,international air passengers directly arriving to or transiting through the U.S. Virgin Islands from a foreign country (i.e., anywhere that is NOT a state, territory or possession of the United States), must follow Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) travel requirements to entering the United States of America – https:f/www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/testing-international-air-travelers.html (Updated May 7,2021)
  • CDC travel requirements related to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) for all air passengers arriving in the United States DO NOT apply to persons traveling/returning from the S. Virgin Islands to the U.S. mainland.
  • Please note that some states in the S. have enacted COVID-19 travel requirements, such as the need to provide evidence of COVID-19 testing within a specified period of time, for travelers entering (or returning to) that state. Hence, travelers departing from the U.S. Virgin Islands are advised to check with their intended destination to determine what, if any,COVID-19 travel or testing requirements are in place. A list of labs in the Territory that offer COVID-19 testing can be found here: http:f/bit.ly/usvitesting.
  • Submissions to the Travel Screening Portal are processed seven days a week, 365 days per Every effort is made to expedite review and processing for individuals with impending travel.
  • You may track your submission by using this link: https://usvitravelportal.com/tracking-application. You may also email [email protected] with any questions or concerns; kindly include the Tracking ID code you received upon successfully completing your submission
  • If you are within 24hours of your planned travel and have not yet received a response, please check your Junk, Spam or Promotions folders and contact us so that we can be of assistance.
  • Please note that travelers who fail to use the Travel Screening Portal may be denied boarding.
  • Travelers should note that submission of a fake, forged, falsified or otherwise altered test result is subject to prosecution and fine under Executive Order(s) of the Office of the Governor, USVI Department of Health regulations and/or pursuant to criminal code 14V.1.C. 843 and 795 of Title14entitled “False and Fraudulent statements upon the Government”. Penalties may include fines of $500-$1,000 and/or imprisonment of two to five years.
  • Travelers who are required to self-quarantine for any reason are responsible for all quarantine costs, as advised by the USVI Department of Health and the Office of the This includes costs associated with the COVID-19 test, transportation, accommodations, food and beverage, and medical care.
  • Per the Department of Health, every person ordered to self-quarantine shall proceed directly from the airport or seaport to their home, vessel, or booked accommodations The self-quarantine period shall last for10 days from the time of entry into the Territory, or until the traveler is able to receive the required health authority clearance while in the Territory.
  • All arriving passengers MUST wear a mask or facial covering that fits snugly and completely covers the mouth and nose upon This requirement is enforced by a fine. Children under two, persons unable to remove a mask without assistance and persons with a disability who cannot wear a mask, or cannot safely wear a mask, because of the disability as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (42 U.S.C.12101 et seq.) and further defined by https://www.cdc.gov/quarantine/masks/mask-travel-guidance.html are exempt. Individuals with chronic respiratory conditions should seek advice from their primary care physician for alternative types of masks and avoid crowds. All travelers must also comply with social distance requirements.
  • Despite the May 16, 2021, CDC guidelines that relax mask-wearing for certain fully vaccinated individuals, the Government of the U.S. Virgin Islands has not changed or removed local masking requirements. All individuals, whether fully vaccinated or not, are required to comply with local rules. Individuals and business establishments found in violation of the mandatory masking guidelines will be subject to administrative fines and penalties.
  • Upon arrival into any U.S. Virgin Islands port, all travelers are subject to the Territory’s screening procedures, outlined below. By reading this Travel Advisory, all travelers by embarkation on an arriving aircraft or vessel grant their consent to these procedures.
  • Upon aircraft or vessel arrival, a representative will advise passengers about the current screening Upon exiting the aircraft or vessel, all passengers will be escorted to the Virgin Islands Port Authority temperature check-point.
  • Travelers may be subject to COVID-19 health screening protocols, enhanced screening, including temperature and thermal scans, and COVID-19 testing(or retesting) upon arrival, per the Department of Health.

Visitors and residents who have travel or tourism-related inquiries are asked to email [email protected] call the Department of Tourism at 340-774-8784 (St. Thomas-St. John District), 340-772-0357 (St. Croix) or toll-free 1-800-372-USVI (8784).

The USVI Travel Screening Portal is located at www.usviupdate.com/travelportal.


 Q. Can the marina arrange Covid-19 testing on our behalf?

  • Yes. Simply give us 3-4 days’ notice of your ideal test date, to [email protected] to book an appointment with our partner clinic. Next day bookings are not possible, so please plan ahead.

 Q. What days of the week is testing available?

  • Monday – Friday. Please avoid Fridays if results are time critical.

Q. What types of tests can be booked with your partner clinic, and what are their costs?

  • Four types of tests are available: 1) Abbott BinaxNOW Antigen test (Nasal swab) – $325; 2) CUE Molecular NAAT test (outer nasal swab – more info here) – $300; 3) rt-PCR test – $350 (swab analysis Mon/Tue/Thurs/Fri only); 4) Antibody serology (blood) test – $200.

Q. What is the typical result turnaround time?

  • The most popular tests (Abbott & CUE) typically have test result turnaround of next day; however, depending on the clinic’s business levels, you may occasionally receive results the same day.

Q. I need a test result to present to a third country’s officials. What type of test should I take?

  • Please double check if your destination will accept our default Abbott BinaxNOW Antigen test.

 Q. I just need a test that gives us peace of mind that my crew and/or guests are free from illness. Which test should we take?

  • Abbott BinaxNOW Antigen test.

 Q. I need my results as quickly as possible – which type of test should I take?

  • Abbott BinaxNOW Antigen test.

 Q. Does YHG offer onboard testing, where the nurse comes to our vessel to conduct the tests?

  • Yes, however, this concierge service is generally limited to yachts that have three or more crew aboard who require testing. Where only one or two crew, they will be required to walk to the Yacht Haven Grande clinic located next to Moe’s Fresh Market (two minutes’ walk from the marina office). The nurse service does not cost extra.

Q. I have rotational crew flying in to join the vessel but want them tested with clear results before they board ship. Possible?

  • Yes. We can arrange an appointment to walk into either the YHG clinic, or Red Hook clinic (whichever is more convenient). Once the result comes back clear, they can leave their onshore accommodation and report to the vessel.

Q. What time can I expect testing to occur?

  • Walks-in to the YHG clinic are generally conducted at 415pm. On-board testing is usually around 0930am, but YHG will advise your appointment time when finalizing your booking.

Q. I’m ready to book an appointment. How do I do this with you?

  1. First, please send your vessel name, date of appointment (weekdays only), and your crew list of those who require testing to [email protected] Specify what type of test you require.
  2. Second, please complete the clinic registration webform for each member of crew here.

Located a short walk away from the cruise ship dock, the Shops at Yacht Haven Grande host an array of boutiques, restaurants and services within a 120,000 square foot duty-free retail village.

Navy Beach St Thomas Dining with Friends



Arrival Information Details

Advanced reservations are strongly recommended at Yacht Haven Grande, St. Thomas. We cannot guarantee available berthing for guests arriving without a reservation.

Check-Out: 11:00 am Check-In: 1:00 pm


When feasible, we request an estimated time of arrival 24hr in advance so we can be fully prepared for your arrival and minimize any inconvenience. Upon arrival into the Charlotte Amalie Bay, contact the marina office on VHF Channel 16 or 10 to obtain a slip assignment. A skilled dock attendant will report to the slip to assist with docking, line handling, and connections. Once comfortably settled, we ask that you visit our marina office to check-in. The staff will answer any questions you have.


Upon departure, we request you contact the marina office 1-2 hours prior to departure to ensure all items are in order. A receipt can be provided at the marina office or emailed upon request to the email address provided at the time of check-in. If all items are in order, please hail the marina office on VHF Channel 16 if you would like assistance with disconnection and lines.

Early Check-in / Late Check-out

If a slip is occupied after 4:30 pm on the day of your scheduled departure, an additional night’s dockage will be charged to your account.

We will do our absolute best to accommodate your requests whenever possible. In most cases, if your slip is available prior to 4:30 pm on the day of your arrival, or after 10:30 am on the day of your departure, we will allow you to remain in the slip at no additional charge. Prior arrangements must be made with the marina office for early arrival or delayed departure in order to avoid unnecessary charges.

Temporary Slips

In the event an early check-in and/or late check-out is unable to be accommodated in your currently slip, we will try to accommodate by making another slip available until such time your slip is available or you are ready to depart the marina.

In the event a temporary slip is made available to you, and you do not relocate the vessel, the marina reserves the right to charge you two times (2x’s) the original daily rate for each night you occupy the temporary slip.

This is necessary as at times, the marina operates at full occupancy and failure to relocate the vessel could negatively affect other guests.


While Yacht Haven Grande, St. Thomas does not issue refunds, in certain circumstances, the marina can hold deposits paid for use up until the following October 31st. Deposits will be forfeited at the start of the new season on November 1st.

Please note: Cancellation policies are subject to change. Please refer to your reservation confirmation or contact the marina office direct for confirmation of cancellation policy. Cancellation requests must be submitted directly to the marina. Any cancellation requests received through the IGY Marinas website are not considered proper cancellation.


Contact & Hours of Operation

Customs & Immigration Office

+1 340-774-2510

Hours of Operation:
Mon. – Fri. 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Appointment Required

USVI Customs Office Website

Customs & Immigration Information

  • Please note: We do our best to ensure this information is up-to-date, however, this is strictly for informational purposes only. We recommend reviewing the Customs and Immigration site for the destination requirements.

ROAM Kiosk – Roaming Off-site Arrival – Mobile

  • Yacht Haven Grande, St. Thomas is the proud home of the Customs & Border patrol kiosk dedicated to the new ROAM app. The ROAM app now allows vessels to report their arrivals and clear Customs from the vessels utilizing a smart device. In most cases, an in-person visit is not necessary as the CBP officer can use the camera on the smart device to see what is needed. Guests can download the app (CBP ROAM) in the Apple store or Google Play, and set up a .gov account. The YHG kiosk will utilize a guest login that will allow access to the app for guests without a device or app.

Customs & Immigration Office

A Customs & Immigration Office is located on-site next to the marina office at Yacht Haven Grande, St. Thomas. Those reaching the port of entry after closing hours are required to raise a quarantine flag and report in the next morning. In order to clear in and out of the St. Thomas Immigration Office, you will need the following:

  • Vessel registration documents
  • Vessel clearance documentation from the last port of call
  • Copy of passenger/crew list (form I-418)
  • Passports of all crew and guests
  • Copy of the Ship’s Registry
  • Vessel entrance or clearance statement on CPB Form 1300

If you are arriving into the US Virgin Islands from a United States domestic location, including the mainland United States, the US Virgin Islands, or Puerto Rico, and have a US Flag and crew, no special immigration procedures are required.

Safety Equipment Requirements

All vessels cruising the Caribbean waters should have the following safety equipment on-board:

  • Functional life-vests for all passengers
  • Parachute, orange, and para-rocket flares
  • Bell and/or Whistle
  • Fire Extinguisher
  • Flashlight
  • VHF Radio
  • First-aid Kit
  • Anchors
  • Tools

Cyril E. King Airport (STT)
Address: Airport Rd. Charlotte Amalie West, St. Thomas 00802 USVI
Phone: +1 340-774-5100
Website: http://www.viport.com/ceka.html

  • Cyril E. King Airport is a public airport located 2 miles west of the central business district of Charlotte Amalie on the island of St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands.


  • Schneider Regional Medical Center +1 340-776-8311
    9048 Alton Adams Sr Dr, St Thomas 00802, U.S. Virgin Islands
  • Yacht Haven Family Practice +1 340-776-1511
    5302 Yacht Haven Grande, Suite 125, St Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
  • Doctor’s Choice Pharmacy +1 340-777-1400
    9400 Wheatley Shopping Center Charlotte Amalie St Thomas 00802, U.S. Virgin Islands
  • The Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy +1 340-776-1235
    9004 Havensight Shopping Mall, St. Thomas, VI 00802


  • St. Thomas Federal Credit Union +1 340-774-1299
    5027 Norre Gade, Charlotte Amalie, St Thomas 00802, USVI
  • FirstBank Port of Sale +1 340-774-4800
    Havensight, St Thomas 00802, USVI
  • Western Union +1 340-774-4046
    3 10 St Estate Thomas Charlotte Amalie East St Thomas 00802


  • FedEx Office Print & Ship Center +1 340-838-7834
    Charlotte Amalie West, St Thomas 00802, USVI
  • US Postal Service +1 800-275-8777
    9846 Estate Thomas, St Thomas 00802, U.S. Virgin Islands
  • DHL Express +1 340-774-4066
    Charlotte Amalie West, St Thomas 00802, USVI
  • UPS +1 340-776-1700
    4001 Alcohens Plaza Ste.9,Charlotte Amalie, St Thomas 00802, U.S. Virgin Islands


Inspire Giving through You – February 23, 2019

Bertha C. Boschulte Middle School

Yacht Haven Grande, St. Thomas and American Yacht Harbor teamed up with My Brother’s Workshop to support a local middle school. Marina teams and volunteers split into groups and assisted in the clean-up of storm debris left over from Hurricanes Irma and Maria. Five full loads of debris were disposed of. In addition, teams comprised of employees, local businesses, owners, captains and crew participated in helping The Bertha C. Boschulte Middle School rejuvenate some of its outdoor area for the children. They built new picnic tables, benches and planter boxes.

If you were unable to attend our day of community service, but would still like to help, please contact us for further information regarding donations and where to send them.

Our number one goal is to work together inspiring others through the act of giving back our time, support efforts, accessible resources, goods and services.

Inspire Giving through You – February 10, 2018

Ivanna Eudora Kean High School

For the 2018 “Inspire Giving through You” initiative Yacht Haven Grande, St. Thomas and American Yacht Harbor gathered volunteers comprised of employees, owners, captains and crew to participate in rebuilding the island of St. Thomas. Ivanna Aurora Kean High School’s Marine Education Building was devastated by Hurricanes Irma and Maria. Thank you to all that joined us in our efforts to help students return to vital programs in their schools.

If you’re unable to attend our day of community service, but would still like to help, please contact us for further information regarding donations and where to send them.

Our number one goal is to work together inspiring others through the act of giving back our time, support efforts, accessible resources, goods and services.

Inspire Giving through You – February 25, 2017

UVI Water Ambassador Program

Thank you to all of our volunteers, who participated in the 2016 and 2017 “Inspire Giving through You” Community Outreach Project. We appreciate your dedication and commitment to make a difference by inspiring others to give back to their communities.

Yacht Haven Grande St. Thomas, American Yacht Harbor and the many volunteers worked together in support of the UVI Water Ambassador Program in St. Thomas. The program works in direct correlation with the Addelita Cancryn Junior High School teaching students skills in Hydrology. These young entrepreneurials learn water safety, water quality testing, and study ways to improve the environment to impact the water quality. The students also learn organic farming techniques and the produced goods are utilized in the school’s lunch program and sold at the Yacht Haven Grande, St. Thomas Farmer’s Market to raise money for the program.

On February 25th, 2017, the team of volunteers assisted in the construction of a Hydrologic Learning Center.

Tasks Completed:

  • Construction of raised garden beds
  • Construction of green house
  • Construction and installation of work tables
  • Plant trees

Inspire Giving through You – February 20, 2016

St. Thomas Marine Vocational Program

Thank you to all of our volunteers, who participated in the “Inspire Giving through You” Community Outreach Project. We appreciate your dedication and commitment to make a difference by inspiring others to give back to their communities.

For more information or to donate to the organization directly,

  • St. Thomas Community Aquatic Center
  • USVI Marine Vocational Program: Click here

48 volunteers and IGY staff/executives assisted with restorations of The St. Thomas Swimming Association’s community pool and The Boys and Girls Club. IGY crews contributed their time to cleaning and preparing the pool deck of the Aquatic Training Center with a fresh coat of paint. Additional efforts were directed to improving the Boys & Girls Club, painting the exterior and interior of the facilities, installing ceiling fans and light fixtures, deep cleaning of the kitchen and organization of supplies.

The St. Thomas Swimming Association is a non-profit organization committed to providing and promoting competitive and recreational swimming and water safety programs to the St. Thomas community.The Community Aquatic Center, frequently used by the USVI Marine Vocational Program. The USVI Marine Vocational Program is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing the youth of the Virgin Islands with a career path into the marine and hospitality industry.

Tasks Completed:

  • Painting of pool deck, restrooms and interior of Aquatic Center
  • Painting of interior of Boys & Girls Club
  • Installation of new ceiling fans and light fixtures (B&G Club)
  • Deep cleaning of kitchen
  • Organization of supplies
  • Removal 3 truck loads of garbage

Please contact us for further information regarding donations and where to send them.

Yacht Haven Grande, St. Thomas Marina Rules

    1. The following are the rules and regulations for the operation of the Marina. Compliance with these rules and regulations is a condition of use for all vessels, their owners, captains and crews, as well as all guests, invitees or customers at the Marina.
    2. The Rules of the Road and the Navigation Laws of the United States shall control all vessels at, departing or approaching the Marina.
    3. Once at the slip or dock at the marina, a vessel shall immediately come under the jurisdiction of the Dock Master of the Marina. Only vessels in good condition, and under their own power, shall be admitted to the slip and berthing area of the Marina.
    4. The parties agree that Marina does not accept the vessel for storage, is not a bailee, and will not be responsible for any damage or loss to the vessel or its tackle or to any person visiting the vessel, unless caused by an affirmative act of negligence of Marina. However, during the absence of Owner, if Marina finds the vessel insecure or in danger, Marina is authorized, but not required, to take temporary action to protect the vessel and necessary and reasonable costs therefore shall be charged against the vessel.
    5. Pets are permitted only with the prior permission of the Marina, and only if they do not disturb others. Boat owners, captains, crew or their guests are strictly liable for any damage caused by any pets. No animal shall be permitted on the Marina properties, unless leashed or otherwise secured.
    6. Refuse shall not be thrown or allowed to fall overboard and all garbage is to be deposited in the appropriate containers. No oil, spirits, inflammable liquids or oily bilges shall be discharged into marina waters. All laws, rules and regulations with regard to marine sanitary devices shall be strictly complied with. All vessels are financially responsible for any clean-up costs for any discharge described above or other illegal discharge.
    7. Noise shall be kept to a minimum at all times and all owners and captains are requested to use discretion in operating engines, generators, radios, television, power tools and the like so as to minimize disturbance of others using the marina as well as marina neighbors.
    8. Swimming, diving and fishing are not permitted from the marina or from vessels at the marina.
    9. No vehicles, including bicycles, shall be parked on or ridden on the docks. Parking of vehicles on Marina property may be permitted at the discretion of the Dock Master on a space available basis.
    10. Boat owners and captains shall not store or allow to be stored any supplies, materials, accessories or debris on any Marina property, including the docks or piers. Failure to comply with this provision shall cause the removal of any such property by the Dock Master. No painting, sanding, scraping or repairing of any vessel or equipment belonging to any vessel shall be permitted on the Marina property without the specific prior written consent of the Dock Master. The extent of any repair or maintenance to be undertaken at the Marina shall be solely at the discretion of the Dock Master and any such repair or maintenance permitted shall be wholly at the risk of the owner/vessel undertaking such repairs.
    11. Laundry shall not be hung on boats, docks or piers at the marina.
    12. No signs shall be displayed aboard any vessel at the marina without the prior written consent of the Dock Master. Owner understands that the Marina is a commercial endeavor and, therefore, Vessel Owner hereby agrees to refrain from any commercial activities competitive with the interest of the Marina on the premises of the Marina. Vessel Owner agrees not to operate boat rentals or charter parties or any commercial activities from the Marina without the prior written permission of the Marina.
    13. The use of charcoal broiler, cookers or any other open-fueled appliance is strictly forbidden aboard any vessel at the marina or on any property belonging to the Marina.
    14. Potable water is available at each slip. Each slip occupant is responsible for water consumed from the assigned tap based upon the Marina’s established rates.
    15. Vessel Owner may not, and shall not have any right, to assign or transfer in whole or in part any rights under the Agreement. However, Marina shall have the right to use the slip for transient docking whenever the vessel is to be removed overnight or longer.
    16. The dockage day starts at 1:00 p.m. Checkout time is 12:00 p.m. the following day. Any vessel occupying a slip after 12:00 p.m. will be charged dockage for that night. Late departures can be arranged upon request, with the Dock Master.
    17. Violations of the rules and regulations of the Marina, failure to comply with the reasonable and proper requests of the management, indecorous conduct by the owner or captain of any vessel, or their guests, that might cause injury to another, cause damage to property, or adversely impact upon the reputation of the Marina shall be cause for the immediate removal from the marina of the vessel and/or individual(s) in question.



Anchor Club Rewards Flyer Anchor Club is the only marina loyalty program for captains or yacht owners. The IGY Anchor Club Rewards program allows you to accumulate points each time you dock at a participating IGY marina. Contact individual marinas to verify participation.

The IGY Loyalty Rewards program provides gift cards for you to purchase many great items. When you earn enough points you can choose a denomination of gift card you will receive an email to choose the gift card that you would like. Our new program offers international Mastercard reward cards, donations to charity and gift cards for many of your favorite stores, activities and brands. See some of the rewards available here.

Earn FREE Reward Points when you dock with IGY Marinas!  No Blackout Dates!  Activate your account immediately. Points are Not awarded on a Retroactive basis and do not start accruing until after the account is activated.

Sign up here! Send us the your name, email address, boat name and overall length, and you’ll receive a welcome email to start earning points! It’s as easy as Register, Dock, Earn, Redeem!

Enrollment is free and easy!  All you need to sign up is your name, email address, boat name and length overall.  You’ll receive a confirmation email with details about the program.


Dock at any of our participating marinas throughout our destinations world-wide and advise the marina office you’re an Anchor Club Member and the email address that you enrolled with.

Earn rewards points based on a percentage of the amount spent on dockage. Earn extra points through surveys, events, and more!

All that’s left to do is Send us your name, email address, boat name and overall length, and you’ll receive a welcome email to start earning points!

At IGY Marinas, we are pleased to provide a scope of services that are second-to-none. We are honored to serve as your hosts and will do everything to make sure that your visit is pleasant and memorable. We fully understand the needs and desires of the yachting community, and we offer you the highest level of service with complete attention to details.


Membership is open to owners and captains of vessels of all sizes and is free. You begin to earn points from your first visit to any participating IGY marina.

All you have to do to register is complete the form below. It’s as simple as that!

There is no cost to enroll in the Anchor Club.  It is our way of thanking you for staying with us.

If, for some reason you don’t receive an email, have questions about the program or if you would like your points balance please contact us at [email protected]

Retroactive points will not be awarded.  Points only available from participating marinas in the IGY Network.


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The rich Caribbean weather welcomes many outside activities. We welcome you to enjoy the on-site resort styled amenities such as our sparkling lagoon styled pool.


There is much exploring to do within 5 days in Charlotte Amalie and we encourage you to enjoy the sites and activities on and around the island of St. Thomas.


Founded in 1681 by Danish settlers, Charlotte Amalie still has some signs of the bustling colonial life that once existed here offering a virtually limiless range of sights and adventures including Blackbeard's Castle!


St. Thomas' island culture and community hold many annual events held throughout the island. From sidewalk shops and festivals, to community service and helping the island, each event holds its own special meaning.

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