29 January - 3 February 2018

Customs & Immigration

Customs and Immigration

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Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique


Grenada has 4 ports of entry:

St George’s – in the Port Louis Complex behind the administration office, conveniently placed and a short dinghy/bus ride or walk from our welcome venue, Grenada Yacht Club.

Prickly Bay Marina – above the convenience store close to the dock

Le Phare Bleu Marina – opposite the restaurant

St David’s Bay – in the Grenada Marine Services complex

Customs and immigration offices at marine bases are generally open from 0800 to 1200 and 1300 to 1600 hours, Monday to Friday.

For the convenience of both officer and client, the Marine and Yachting Association of Grenada (MAYAG) suggests attending the office by 1500 to complete formalities before the end of the working day (1600)

Grenada is one of the countries that offers the SailClear optional service for use by yachts and other pleasure craft operators who wish to submit their Customs declarations in the form of electronic notifications, prior to arrival. Check their website: http://sailclear.com/

Useful Links

More details on Customs and Immigration procedures can be found here on the Pure Grenada website: Details on Customs and Immigration Clearance into Grenada

Information on the various marinas in Grenada can also be found on the Pure Grenada website: Information on Marinas in Grenada

General Information on Yachting in Grenada: Yachting in Grenada

Reservations:please contact host marinas early to make your reservation. Let them know your boat is participating in the regatta to benefit from any special discounts/free services.

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