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Old 14-03-2012, 10:33   #1
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Electric in Guadeloupe

Can anyone tell me if the marina Bas-Du-Fort has 60 hertz 110/220 available on their docks?
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Re: Electric in Guadeloupe

Piers are fully serviced, all with power and water (110v avaible on two piers).
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Piers are fully serviced, all with power and water (110v avaible on two piers).
I know they have 110V but I read that the hertz were 50 hertz which our inverter will not accept.

Do they have any 60 hertz 110V?
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Re: Electric in Guadeloupe

I think only 50 hertz available.
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Re: Electric in Guadeloupe

Here's what a review had to say about the marina in Active Captain...
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Great place to stay. Custom clearance is easy, use computer at the office (no charge to ck in to Guadeloupe). The transient dock is next to the marina office, stern to docking with a forward line to a buoy (they will come out in a dinghy and help you buoy line and then the aft lines) Make sure you have a long bow line (200%u2019 or more). Duty free fuel. Water, electric ( 50 and 60 cycle) 220/110. Some 380volt 150 amp if you need it. Restaurants, shops, ATM etc all within a short walk. Off season less than $1.00/foot.
We didn't stay in the marina (anchored out across the channel), so I can't offer first hand info. Clearing in at the marina was easy.
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