Tucked into the rocks western side behind the outer mole Queensway Quay offers one of the most protected berthing options in the Bay of Gibraltar. With 156 berths for boats up to 100meters and strategically positioned at the entrance to the Mediterranean berthing at Queensway Quay is the perfect option for those transiting to or from the Caribbean, those looking to reset the EU VAT status or for those looking for a winter, or long term, base at competitive rates.  

Gibraltar is a living town throughout the year, with 30,000 population, making Queensway Quay Marina is one of the few places where it is perfectly safe to leave your yacht for long periods in the off season worry free. Many harbours along the coast of Spain, and throughout the Mediterranean, are often the hub of nightlife during high season but deserted in winter meaning boats are left in primarily empty marinas. 

Where to find us

36°  8′  .1  N
5°   21′ .3  W
VHF Channel 71

Please radio for clearance to enter the marina.

Download marina map

Business hours:*

Summer: 08.30 – 22.00

Winter: 08.30 – 21.00

*We are closed on Christmas Day

The perks to berthing in Gibraltar are plenty, English is the common language and with its tax free status Gibraltar has low cost fuel and not to mention is ideal for shopping and ordering those spare parts and accessories V.A.T free.

Ragged Staff Wharf, as the quayside at Queensway Quay Marina is called, is probably the oldest wharf in Gibraltar. Of Spanish origin, Ragged Staff Wharf was developed by the British in 1736 under the supervision of First Lord of the Admirality Sir Charles Wager, with the purpose of providing ‘better victualling of men-at-war’. Ragegd Staff Wharf also became the traditional landing place for newly-arriving Govenors of Gibraltar at the steps known as Govenor’s Landing – which are still in use as part of the Marina.