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GETTING TO

WALKER'S CAY

AIR ARRIVAL

Upon arrival, you’ll clear Bahamas Immigration, pick up your luggage and clear customs at the check-in station located inside the customs cottage. The process will only take a few minutes. In the meantime, your aircraft can be stored for the duration of your trip.

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Air Arrival

ARRANGE TRAVEL

If you need a flight from the Florida coast to Walker's, our airline partners would be more than happy to assist you. Please contact them directly to schedule your flight.

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flytropic.com

(954) 210-5569

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islandtymecargo.com

(561) 846-0442

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Sea Arrival
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SEA ARRIVAL

Upon arrival to the marina, you must clear your vessel and crew with Bahamas Customs & Immigration, which is located a short stroll from the marina on the island.

 

Clearing Procedures

Visiting boaters must clear customs and immigration. Once docked, the captain is permitted to leave the boat in order to clear the boat and crew with local customs and immigration. All crew are required to remain on-board until the captain returns with vessel clearance.

 

To Enter The Islands Of The Bahamas, Private Vessels Need The Following:

PROOF OF CITIZENSHIP
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MARINA

DOCKAGE

We are allowing overnight dockage by appointment only.

$5.00/ft. (Water & Electricity included) 

* 10% vat tax will be added to all docking prices

 

We do not have any provisions or structures on the island.

Please contact us ahead to schedule.

OPERATING HOURS

Open daily from 8:00am - 4:00pm ET. 

We monitor VHF #74.

For service after hours, please call or contact VHF 74. 

Emailinfo@walkerscay.com

Phone # -  1(833) 869-2553

CUSTOMS

Please contact us ahead to schedule:

Customs Phone #: 1(242) 357-6656 or 1-242-577-6834

Bahamas customs requires all boaters use "Click2Clear" to enter the country. Click the link below to get started.

ENTRY BY BOAT

At all times VPR “visual piloting rules“ should be used in The Bahamas.  The sand can move and channels can fill in.  The southern approach to Walkers Cay while shown on the chart with channel marks and a channel. Is not recommended to be used half the marks are missing and the chart depths are wrong.   WalkersCay plans on dredging that in the future but for now we do not advise going that way in any vessel other than a small tender.  

WAYPOINTS

WP 1: 27’17.38°N  078’20.98°W 220T to WP 2

WP 2: 27’15.82°N 078’22.43°W 246T to WP 3

WP 3: 27’15.56°N 078’23.08°W 217T to WP 4

WP 4: 27’15.27°N 078’23.33°W 276T to Marina

Below is the entrance channel into the marina with waypoints.

The southern approach to Walker's Cay (while shown on the chart with channel markers) is NOT recommended. This approach has missing channel markers and the chart depths are wrong. Walker's Cay plans on dredging that in the future but for now we do not advise going that way in any vessel other than a small tender. At all times VPR “visual piloting rules“ should be used in The Bahamas. 

 

We can be contacted on VHF 74 when you get close to the marina, if you would like a pilot into the marina please let us know. 

VHF INFORMATION

VHF: Channel 74

COORDINATES

27° 15.4 N, 078° 23.7 W

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