Providenciales offers a number of marinas, located on both the northern and southern coasts of the island.
Several of the marinas have immigration and customs personnel present, but it's recommended that you call in advance to ensure, especially if you are arriving late in the evening.
Fuel, electricity and water supply is typically available, as are pilot boats. Blue Haven Marina and Turtle Cove Marina are adjacent to and within easy walking distance of restaurants, shops and accommodations.
The smaller south coast facilities are a bit more limited in terms of extras services and amenities, yet the slip rates are a bit more favourable, especially for small cruisers.
Before approaching your chosen marina, radio ahead on VHF channel 16, or call, as the navigation into many sites can be tricky, with reef and shallow hazards.
Once in the marina, wait for instructions from local immigration and customs personal. As is the case for all visitors to the Turks and Caicos, a passport is required for each passenger and crew arriving. See Passports and Visas for detailed information and requirements.
Anchoring is legal at many sites in the Turks and Caicos. Any vessel over 60 feet (18m) requires an Anchoring Permit form the Department of Environment and Maritime Affairs (DEMA).
If you’d like to cruise our countless uninhabited and spectacular cays, an extended stay may be granted by the Turks and Caicos Immigration Department. There are so many spectacular sights and beaches to discover throughout the archipelago.
General fuel, catering and provisioning is offered at most marinas.
Caicos Marina is the primary complex for engine and vessel repair and maintenance. This site offers hull and fiberglass repair, has haul-out capabilities for vessels up to 83 tons, and offers storage for boats.
If you’d like to explore the terrestrial sights and attractions of Providenciales, it’s easy to do so. Car rentals cars and taxis can be arranged for pickup at the marinas. In addition to the spectacular Grace Bay Beach, the island offers grocery stores, an expansive Do It Best building centre, and marine supply shops.