Coral Harbour
Coral Harbour
Coral Harbour
Coral Harbour
Coral Harbour
Coral Harbour

Coral Harbour

U.S. Virgin Islands
Lat: 18° 21' 18.0''
Lon: -64° 42' 41.05''
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Marinas near Coral Harbour

NameReviewsMax LOAVHFDock DepthGas / DieselLift / CraneWifiAmps
Coral Bay Marina
1 reviews
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Frenchman's Cay Slipway Marina--------
Soper's Hole Wharf & Marina
1 reviews
-16Low 10.0'---
Admiral Marine Management & Lighthouse Marina-

160.0'

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Nearby

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Nearby
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Canak Bay Shipyard--------
Nanny Cay Resort and Marina-------
Nanny Cay Boatyard-

160.0'

16Low 12.0'

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Nearby

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Nearby

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Yes
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Hannah Bay Marina--------
Manuel Reef Marina--------
Diamond Cay Marina at Foxy's Taboo Restaurant--------

Breezy and humid throughout the day.

77℉

Lat18° 21' 18.0''

Lon-64° 42' 41.05''

Tide
High05:43AM0.637ft
Low12:54PM0.089ft
High06:35PM0.507ft
ESE at 16 knots
Introduction:

The smallest of the U.S. Virgin Islands group at 28 square miles in size, St. Johns is also the least populated and indeed, the most lush and “tropical feeling” of the entire island chain. The only way to get onto the island is by boat. If you have your own, that is handy, but there is also daily ferry service from St.Thomas Harbor about 15 miles to the west.

Coral Harbor is located on the east end of St. John in the upper northwest reaches of an area locally known as “Hurricane Hole.” Although there are not many marine facilities here (there is one repair shop), many cruisers find that isolation to be the charm of the place.


Navigating the Water:

Coral Harbour Is approached from the southeast via Hurricane Hole. From Leduck Island in the lower souther portion of Hurricane Hole, set a course northwest off Lagoon Point, and then head straight in to the harbor and drop your hook wherever room allows. Anchoring depths range from 15 to 20 feet in a sand to sandy mud bottom.

Winds out of the south to southeast can introduce a swell to the anchorage, but the velocity of the breeze has to be pretty potent to reach this far into the harbor. There are several restaurants and “yachting” bars ashore, and this is considered one of the best areas for dining in St. John. As previously discussed, though, marine facilities are sparse here.


Navigating the Water:

Coral Harbour Is approached from the southeast via Hurricane Hole. From Leduck Island in the lower souther portion of Hurricane Hole, set a course northwest off Lagoon Point, and then head straight in to the harbor and drop your hook wherever room allows. Anchoring depths range from 15 to 20 feet in a sand to sandy mud bottom.

Winds out of the south to southeast can introduce a swell to the anchorage, but the velocity of the breeze has to be pretty potent to reach this far into the harbor. There are several restaurants and “yachting” bars ashore, and this is considered one of the best areas for dining in St. John. As previously discussed, though, marine facilities are sparse here.


Local Notices to Mariners:

See our “Local Notices to Mariners” blog for updates on the latest conditions and advisories for this area.


Helpful Links:

Guide to St. Johns

St. Johns Information and Tips

Virtual Guide to St. Johns

U.S. Virgin Islands Guide to St. Johns

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