If you are planning on travelling to Guernsey under your own steam, there are a number of booklets containing useful information if you are arriving by private plane or in a yacht or cruiser.
St Peter Port has full marina services for visiting yachtsmen. Showers and a launderette are located at the end of the Albert Pier. Further showers and a WC are also available on the Crown Pier and in the car check-in area for visitors moored in the QEII Marina.
Visiting craft will be met on arrival by a member of the marina’s staff who will issue you with mooring directions. Customs and Immigration forms, given on arrival by port control staff, must be completed before coming ashore. If you intend to stay longer than 14 days, you must have prior permission from the Harbour Authority.
A yachting guide is available from the Guernsey Information Centre or you can download one here:
When you arrive, go to the marina office which is situated at the end of the Albert Pier, St Peter Port, for more information.
You can find more information on Guernsey's harbour facilities, ferry movements and more on their website. Specific details on private visitings boats can be find here.
Aiglle Flight Support is the only organisation in Guernsey dedicated to handling and hangaring business and private aircraft up to Gulfstream V size.
The 20,000-square foot modern, climate-controlled hangar offers premium facilities to passengers and crew.
Services include: aircraft, passenger and baggage handling, customs and immigration facilitation, ATC slot co-ordination, ramp access for vehicles, hotel, taxi and hire car booking, fuelling assistance and aircraft washing and a valet service.
For full details download our Fly-in and discover Guernsey guide fly_in_and_discover_guernsey.pdf
For further details:
Aiglle Flight Support - website or email
Guernsey Airport - website or email
Jet Charter - website