Below is a list of options for anchoring/mooring/docking during the Manta Migration.
The anchorage in Marsh Harbor is large and quite open. When
There are no mooring fields available in Marsh Harbour
- Marsh Harbor Marina
Location: N26 Degrees 33.520’ and W77 Degrees 04.110’ (Left side of the harbor)
Approximate Cost: $0.85 per foot per night (Electric Extra)
Facilities: Restrooms, Showers, Laundromat, Fuel, Wireless, Phone, Fax
- Conch Inn & Marina
Location: On the right side of the harbor
Approximate Cost: $1.40 per foot per day, includes electricity, cable TV, and water
Facilities: Restrooms, Showers, Laundromat, Fuel, Telephone, Fax, Wireless
- Harbour View Marina
Location: On the right before Conch Inn & Marina
Approximate Cost: $1.90 per foot per night
Facilities: Restrooms, Showers, Laundromat, Fuel, Pool, Internet/TV/Phone Room
There is not room for anchorage inside the harbor, however, there is a great anchorage between Elbow Cay and Parrot Cay in 8-15 feet of water. The holding is great, but the anchorage is exposed from the North and South.
The inner-harbor of Hope Town has an excellent mooring field. When you enter, take any public mooring ball. The owner will show up shortly to collect the rental.
- Hope Town Marina
Location: Right side of harbor
Approximate Rates: $2.00 per foot per day
Facilities: Restrooms, Showers, Laundromat, Electric
- Lighthouse Marina
Location: Immidiate right before the lighthouse
Approximate Rates: $1.00 per foot per day
Facilities: Boatyard, Fuel, Restrooms, Showers, Laundromat, Electric
Little Harbor offers good protection, however, space is limited. Anchoring is possible in 12 to 15 feet of water.
There are a limited number of mooring balls available. They are owned by Pete’s Pub. Pay at the bar.
There are no marinas in Little Harbor, though there may be some space to tie up along one of the docks in the harbor. Check with Pete’s Pub.