Yachting World Marina and Moorings, Port Vila, Vanuatu
This photo shows you our sea wall marina and the location of our swing moorings on the other side of the channel, extending right back to the southern end of Iririki Island.
We recently finished rebuilding the sea wall and upgrading the electric outlets, water taps, and tie-ups. If you wish to stay at the marina and have electricity and water and step ashore access, you will pick up one of the floating yellow buoys and then motor bow or stern first up to the seawall. With the new, higher, seawall we recommend you come in bow-first, tie up, and then pull back to put your bow just off the sea wall. We will provide a plank for you to walk ashore.
Your yacht will be tied up right next to the Waterfront Bar and Grill and in addition to great food, and special yachtie prices on drinks, you will find showers, toilets, and trash disposal facilities.
Our Connect Cafe is centrally located in the marina complex so you can step ashore and get your emaill or surf the Internet. Our Connect Cafe is one of the only places in Vanuatu where a guest can log onto the Internet with their own notebook computer.
Our marina berths are limited and are normally available on a first come first serve basis. Please note that the sea wall marina has been fully reserved for 5-19 July 2013 by the Oyster Round the World Rally.
However we have a large number of swing moorings and there is almost always one available in the event you need to wait a day or so for a free marina berth. For more on the swing moorings click here.
Monohulls VT 1,800 per day (about US$18 per day) includes water and power.
Catamarans VT 2,000 per day includes water and power.
Motor Vessels VT 2,400 per day includes water - power charged on a usage basis.
Visiting family and friends (or owners who wish to have a shore break) can stay at the fully furnished and serviced Waterfront Quays Apartments right next to the sea wall marina overlooking the yachts.