COVID-19 Visiting and local vessels – March2020

Mariners are advised of requirements relating to the self-isolation of persons arriving into Jersey.
www.gov.je/Health/Coronavirus/…

All persons landing in Jersey must self-isolate for 14 days. This includes arrivals from UK, Guernsey, Europe and the rest of the world and applies whether or not persons are displaying flu-like symptoms.

Commercial vessels will be required to complete a Maritime Declaration of Health.

Leisure vessels may continue to operate unrestricted provided they remain within local waters i.e depart Jersey, and return Jersey without landing elsewhere in between. In accordance with social distancing requirements you should not take people from outside your household on board your vessel.
In addition, all mariners are requested to observe social distancing as per the Government of Jersey guidance below:
Government of Jersey – Health and wellbeing – Coronavirus Social distancing – FAQs for individuals.pdf


New 2019 booklet and tide table – jersey MarinersPocketBook2019Online

Marina Time Table – Jersey_2019 Marina Opening and Boat Hoist Operating Times

The new waiting pontoon is now in place outside the main visitors’ marina. The pontoon looks longer than before but the biggest change is the removal of the old roll-on roll-off ramp.

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The new waiting pontoon - picture by speedbird

Jersey wave buoy (sadly not working recently) – www.portofjersey.je/Pages/weat…

Copyright States of Jersey 2009, supplied by Digimap

Copyright Government of Jersey 2009, supplied by Digimap

The marina office - note teletext TV in window showing weather forecast - photos by Colin S Le Conte

The marina office – note TV in window showing weather forecast – photos by Colin S Le Conte

The marina

The marina

The larger boats moor alongside the pontoons

The larger boats moor alongside the pontoons

Smaller boats can use the finger pontoons.

Smaller boats can use the finger pontoons.

Beware of the lip as you motor up the marina. It is on your port side as you come in.

Beware of the lip as you motor up the marina. It is on your port side as you come in.

Depth of water over the sill shows on both sides - note red lights.

The depth of water over the sill shows on both sides – note red lights.

The marina gate from the outside - not enough water!

The marina gate from the outside – not enough water!

Holding area when there is not enough water to get in the marina

Holding area when there is not enough water to get in the marina.

Jersey’s marina is well located and very convenient for the town of St Helier. The marina staff are all very helpful. Note: Entry cards are now provided to the facilities and the visitors’ marina – so access is back to 24 x 7 which is good news.

The weather is transmitted on VHF channel 18 on a regular basis

www.portofjersey.je/

www.portofjersey.je/JerseyMari…

Tides

www.portofjersey.je/Pages/weat…

Guide du Port

www.guide-du-port.com/port-jer…

From Jersey visit

www.windfinder.com/forecast/je…

Jersey wave buoy – www.ndbc.noaa.gov/station_page…

Breakfast choices – 2013

Pomme d’Or – opens at 07:00 to 12:00hrs – The Café Bar – full breakfast and is a very popular café with boaters.

Royal Yacht – opens at 09:00hrs to 11:00hrs – Café Zephyr

St Helier Yacht Club – opens at 09:00hrs to 11:30hrs

Lifeboat Café – Variety of food in an open area

Restaurant – www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Restaura…