Queensway Quay Marina has 185 fully serviced berths and can accommodate up to eight 30 metre and two 40 metre boats. Also a 75 metre berth dependent on
The Marina Office is manned throughout the year*. The opening times are:
1st March to 31st October 08.30 - 22.00
1st November to 28th February 8.30 - 21.00
*We are closed on Christmas Day, New Year's Day and Good Friday
The Marina maintains a continuous listening watch on Channel 71; the call sign is 'Queensway Quay Marina'. On approaching the Marina please call the
Marina staff for allocation of a berth.
Customs / Immigration / Port Clearance
Facilities are available at the Marina Centre during opening hours. Passports, boat papers and insurance for all on board are required. If you have animals on
board you must have current vaccination papers. Be aware that some nationals require a visa to enter Gibraltar.
Security / Access
Access to pontoons is controlled by a gate coded security system.
Incoming mail may be collected from the Marina Office
Toilets & Showers
24 hour Toilets and Showers are located in the Marina Services building.
There are laundry facilities in Queensway Quay next to the Waterfront Restaurant.
Water & Electricity
All berths are serviced with water and electricity. If you require water or electricity please contact the Marina Staff
Trolleys are available for the convenience of berth holders. Please return them after use.
Refuse disposal points are available within the Marina. Use these for the disposal of domestic refuse. Please do not leave rubbish on the pontoons or throw it overboard. There are also facilities at Queensway Quay Marina for the disposal of engine oil at a small charge.
Boat Lifting Facilities
There are limited boat lifting facilities in Gibraltar, as well as dry docks for large vessels.
Marina Approach & Entrance
Take the entrance to Gibraltar harbour between the South Mole and the Detached Mole, and head approximately 80 degrees compass.
Note for New Boat Owners
1. Boats on a collision course alter to Starboard
2. Powerboats give way to sail boats, except in restricted areas.
3. Boats should pass Port to Port.
4. Any person who is in charge of a fast power boat in the Marina should ensure that it is at all times under proper and adequate control. The maximum speed within the Marina is 3 Kts and 5 Kts in the outer harbour.
Courtesy to Other Boat Users
1. Do not make excessive wake when passing other vessels, in particular power boats when passing sail boats.
2. Observe the speed limit within the Marina, 3Kts.
3. If boats are manoeuvring close to you, please allow them to complete their manoeuvre.
4. Whenever possible assist in the berthing of another vessel.
At Queensway Quay Marina we take safety very seriously. Therefore please read the following guidance notes which set out our basic safety procedures.
Please observe a DEAD SLOW speed limit and do not create excessive wash within the confines of the Marina. There is a speed limit within the Marina of 3 Kts
Please keep pets on a lead at all times when they are in the Marina or on the pontoon. Do not allow them to foul the Marina or the surrounding area.
SOS Stations fitted with a life-buoy and fire extinguishers are strategically positioned around the pontoons. Please make yourselves aware of their locations.
1. Raise the Alarm
2. Inform the Marina Office
3. Clear the area of people who may be in danger and in particular those who are downwind of the fire.
4. Tackle the fire only if it is safe to do so.
It is a requirement of Queensway Quay Marina that all vessels berthed within the Marina have a current insurance policy with third party insurance cover to the value of £3 Million.
There are fixed ladders located in the middle of each pontoon. Ensure that you know where they are situated.
Berth Holders are welcome to carry out minor running repairs on their craft, subject to the mooring terms and conditions. Any berth holder wishing to engage an outside contractor to work on his or her craft should take this into account: Contractors should be directed to the Marina Office for approval and to register in the Tradesmen Visitors’ Book.
In addition, contractors should be able to satisfy Queensway Quay Marina requirements regarding insurance, namely the possession of a third party liability cover of at least £1 Million.
Gibraltar has all the usual sporting amenities such as gymnasiums, a swimming pool, tennis and squash courts etc., and there are several top class golf courses in Spain within 20 minutes drive from Gibraltar.
Gibraltar has a wide variety of tourist attractions including the famous Barbary Apes, a cable car, botanical gardens, limestone caverns and a museum, not to
mention a huge range of Duty Free shops and Morrisons, an English supermarket where you can stock up all your favourite brands. It also has a great nightlife with bars, clubs and restaurants to suit everyone.
Gibraltar has a range of shops that can rival anywhere. From Heinz baked beans and Daddy’s brown sauce to Chorizo and Serrano Ham, Gibraltar really has the best of both worlds. All the usual English high street shops such as BHS, Marks & Spencer’s Morrisons and Mothercare can be found as well as English book stores and Duty Free electronics, alcohol and tobacco.
Whether you fancy World Class Cuisine, some Tapas, a proper Curry, a Pizza, a decent Chinese or just a good old Kebab after a few beers, Gibraltar has it all. Your evening dining can cost you anything from £2.50 to £50.
|Useful Phone Numbers
|Emergency Fire / Ambulance
||199 / 112
||20072355 / 20079700
|St Bernard’s Hospital
|Gibraltar Airport Information
||8998 / 20012345
|Gibraltar Tourist Information