Elizabeth Harbour Moorings


Dock
Not Offered

Mooring
$32 - $38

Day Trip
Not Offered

George Town, Exuma
Check-in after 02:00 PM
Check-out before 12:00 PM

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18 Reviews

by Mike B. - Verified user on Feb 26, 2024
Very friendly and accommodating staff

by Mike D. - Verified user on Feb 26, 2024
Nice place . Good mooring. Much confusion. Arrived after check in at 4 PM. There was a boat on our assigned ball and no one on the boat. We picked up the ball next to it. Messaged and called the marina for direction/assistance with no response. Played musical balls for rest of weekend

by Roy R. - Verified user on Feb 24, 2024
Very nice spacing on the mooring balls and felt secure. The quick response was very good

by Kay A. - Verified user on Feb 23, 2024
I liked the mooring balls and the fact that they help the sea bed to recover. It's nice that the BNT is striving to protect the natural habitat whilst still catering for boaters. I did not like the number of boats that refuse to use the balls and insist on anchoring just outside the field despite balls.being available. In many cases they were anchored in front of the field near the beach. There did not seem to be anybody policing the area and unfortunately there are disrespectful boaters out there. It was only $29 a day for a week,little to pay to help protect what we all come to see and enjoy!!

by William M. - Verified user on Feb 23, 2024
Moorings are in great shape and very convenient to Chat n Chill

by Tim Z. - Verified user on Feb 22, 2024
Solid mooring, which held well in all winds and directions. Sand Dollar Beach is beautiful and the mooring field close to the beach is protected even in NW winds

by Brian M. - Verified user on Feb 22, 2024
Good response when someone was on my mooring! Thanks!

by Cheyne D. - Verified user on Feb 20, 2024
Easy to use. Great access to Chat-N-Chill.

by Don P. - Verified user on Feb 19, 2024
New moorings are excellent. We rode out the “blow”. 30-40 kt in 60 foot trawler. No issues. Moorings are well spaced and have a heavy pendant. The pendant eye is a bit small for two larger lines but works ok. Service is prompt through Dockwa messaging

by André L. - Verified user on Feb 18, 2024
New moorings. Good protection

by Sonja H. - Verified user on Feb 17, 2024
Secure place to ride out any blow.

by Jeff H. - Verified user on Feb 15, 2024
Moorings were great. My only concern was that boats anchoring encroach on the channel in to Stocking Island which forces high speed shuttles to cut through the mooring field. At one point we witnessed one of them hit and unoccupied moorings. Otherwise, a great experience.

by Brian C. - Verified user on Feb 11, 2024
Moorings are new and in great shape. I stayed for a week and felt secure.

by benoit a. - Verified user on Feb 11, 2024
strong mooring , 5 stars

by Lisa F. - Verified user on Feb 10, 2024
Very rolly anchorage. Nice to have new gear for the heavy winds. Mooring all held very well. Thanks.

by Christine B. - Verified user on Feb 08, 2024
Great new moorings. Stayed here for a blow (36kts gust) Solid.

by James Z. - Verified user on Feb 02, 2024
Mooring balls are new and in great shape.

by Tom M. - Verified user on Jan 25, 2024
Everything was easy to schedule and the management was very responsive to communication. There was a minor maintenance issue in the mooring field while we were staying here but it was handled quickly and professionally.

About Elizabeth Harbour Moorings

Welcome to Elizabeth Harbour! ​​The Elizabeth Harbour Conservation Partnership (EHCP) is a registered Bahamian non-profit organization governed by a Board of Directors. The mission of the EHCP is to guide the ecologically sustainable development of the coastal zone and waters of Elizabeth Harbour with the aim of enhancing tourism, fisheries, and recreational use through stakeholder education and participation and collaborative management of harbour facilities for the benefit of present and future generations.

The EHCP manages two new mooring fields off of the east end of Stocking Island. Both mooring fields are in protected waters in the lee of Stocking Island in deep water, and are approximately a 10-15 minute dinghy or water taxi ride to George Town.

If you’re looking to be in the middle of the action, the Gaviota Bay East (GBE) mooring field is the place to be. Located adjacent to several beach bars and restaurants, you will only be a short dinghy ride to fun! The GBE mooring field has 21 moorings that can accommodate up to 60 ft / 18 m vessels.

If you’re looking for a quieter setting close to nature trails and snorkeling, the Sand Dollar Beach (SDB) mooring field offers beautiful scenery adjacent to Moriah Harbour Cay National Park, but is still within a 5 minute dinghy ride to beachside food and drink. The SDB mooring field has 43 moorings that can accommodate up to 60 ft / 18 m vessels.

Moorings are by reservation only, and can be reserved for daily, weekly, and monthly stays online. We will do our best to accommodate special requests. Currently, there are no first-come, first serve moorings available. Mooring fees must be paid in full once the reservation is confirmed. Check out before 12pm. Check in after 2pm. Reservation requests will be confirmed on the same day if made by 1pm. No wet storage available.

Please refer to our website for mooring field guidelines and tie-up instructions, and additional information. Terms and conditions apply.

www.elizabethharbourpartnership.org


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