I only know the harbor inside the cut by St Georges. It is fairy deep and not a problem for any draft
boat. There are several places where you can tie up.
club by the entrance is nice and if you ask they would let you stay and give you use of there bar. I don't think they charged me anything. The might if you stay a while. It has a concrete quay so a med style will work on the end and there is space to side tie also.
And there is a long concrete quay on the other side (west side ) of the customs
house that usually has plenty of open spots where people side tie.
You will need need lots if fenders because it can rock and roll there in a string front. Also you can often overnight at the customs
house when you clear in as there is lots of space.
I have tried anchoring
at the SW edge of the harbor and did not sleep well there. I did not trust the holding. It gets deep fast.
Frankly if you want to anchor
in St George's harbor, I'd anchor
in the middle. It's 60' deep though. I like to anchor in deep water
so I am away from everyone else and I have room around me. I doubt you'd have chain on a multihull
I cannot speak for the rest of the island. I'm typically delivering boats and re provisioning
as fast as possible and rarely stay more than one day. Consult you charts
. There is a nice cigar shop and a small grocery store there in St George's.
Tide swing is under 3'.
By the way, you can stay in Bermuda
now for three months for $250 per person and extend that another three months for another $150 each. This is new. I'd like to stay the winter some time simply because I would like to learn my way around better.
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