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Turtle Cove Marina
Sellars Pond, Providenciales, Turks & Caicos Island, British West Indies

T:+1 649 941 3781
F:+1 649 946 4350
Contact:Ms Carole Klinko

LAT/LONG 21°47.2'N/72°13.9'W
VHF 16
Port Photo

The Turks & Caicos are a group of British islands at the eastern extremity of the Bahamas, roughly mid-way between Miami and the Virgin Islands. Despite the fact that most of the islands are simple and unspoiled, the capital of Providenciales is quite sophisticated and enjoys a twice-daily air service to Miami. The main attractions of the group are beautiful beaches, excellent diving and snorkelling and great year-round fishing. Turtle Cove is well protected and there are a multitude of good restaurants and bars, a casino and golf course all nearby.

Berth Information
Price Guide
Air Access
25-30m berths
High season
$1.05 ft/nightus$
Int'l airport
30m+ berths
Low season
$1.05 ft/night
Alongside & Stern-to
Max length
Max draught
Max beam
No limit
Facilities available at Berth
electricity; fresh water; fuel; sewage removal; parking; cable tv; WiFi
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