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Port Louis, Grenada

St. George's, Grenada

5.0/5 rating (1 votes)

LAT/LONG 12°02.7'N/61°45.4'W

Port Louis is a truly year-round destination, lying outside of the hurricane belt at close to 12 degrees north. With the airport just five miles away, providing excellent regional and international connections, the marina is the perfect base for exploring the nearby waters of the Grenadines - renowned as one of the finest and most beautiful cruising grounds in the world.

Port Louis Marina is located in the lagoon, on the outskirts of the capital city St. George's, overlooking the Carenage. Owned and operated by Camper & Nicholsons Marinas, one of the world’s most respected yachting brands, the marina has 160 berths for yachts up to 300 feet.

Facilities include fresh water, electricity, broadband internet, cable TV, shower and laundry, grey and black water discharge and refuse disposal. 24 hour CCTV and night security staff are also in operation.

Ashore, the marina village is home to the Victory Bar & Grill, run by Uli Kuhn (one of the island’s premier restaurateurs), as well as a sail-maker, boat maintenance and provisioning services, and shops for leisurewear and crafts.

Trained and professional marina staff are on hand to make sure both visitors and resident yacht owners enjoy their time to the full, whether afloat or ashore.

Berth Information

Price Guide: US$2000/m2. Berths available from 12-90m

Air Access: 5 miles to Maurice Bishop International Airport - international connections to Miami, New York, Toronto, Frankfurt & London

25-30m berths – 8

Int'l airport - 5miles

30m+ berths – 30

Low season - POA

Berthing - Alongside & Stern-to

160 Berths

Heliport - None

Max length - 90m

Max draught - 6.25m

Max beam - 20m

Facilities available at Berth - fresh water, electricity, broadband internet, cable TV, black water discharge and refuse disposal


  • Postcode: MB9012
  • City: St. George's
  • Country: Grenada


  • Telephone: 473 435 7431
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