The Yacht Club at Isle de Sol

Airport Road
St Martin
  • Contact Information

    : 16 & 78A
  • : +1 721 544 2800
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  • Emergency Numbers

    All Emergencies: 911 & 9211
    Fire: 919
    Police: 911
    Ambulance: 912
    Coastguard: 913
  • Contact Port
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Latitude & Longitude:

18.0364615 -63.0946639
  • Sizes

    : 97 m (320ft)
  • : 5.5 m (18ft)
  • : 15 m (50ft)

Berths Available

40 Megayacht Berths

General Information & Marina Services

The Yacht Club at Isle de Sol is an IGY marina in St. Maarten with facilities to impress even the most discerning of yachts from around the globe. 

In 2017 The Yacht Club at Isle de Sol was awarded 'Superyacht Marina of the Year' by the Yacht Harbour Association, perfect for charter transitions, long term and short term visits.

Specifically designed for superyachts, the marina accommodates vessels from 80' (24m) to 320' (97m) with a maximum draft of 18' (5.5m). Each perfectly constructed concrete slip offers grade A fuel, water, 220, 380, 480v single or 3-phase power supply, complimentary satellite TV and and complimentary high speed wireless internet.

The marina is located in the midst of Simpson Bay, a quaint but busy commercial area, while the marina itself is very secure with a gated entrance and a private bridge leading to 40 slips. On entering the Simpson Bay Lagoon, a tender accompanies your yacht to its berth where you will be greeted by our professional staff to ensure you have everything you need. Our dock staff are also available to owners, captains and crews seven days a week to assist with yacht provisioning and any other requirements during your stay. 

To enhance your stay in St. Maarten, we offer a range of amenities including business services, a car rental agency and a ship chandler, as well as quality retail outlets and a gym. You can also enjoy the hospitality at the ever popular Fat Turtle Bar & Restaurant, which has a swimming pool with lounge chairs, two tennis courts and a fitness centre. 

Close to The Yacht Club at Isle de Sol you'll find exquisite restaurants and hotels, stunning beaches and the full range of water sports activities. 

Bridge Openings

Bridge times may change during the summer season so please confirm with marina before arrival or departure. Special bridge openings are available upon request. Please contact VHF Channel 12. 

Bridge width max 55 ft. (16.75 m), 8ft (2.4 m) clearance when the bridge is closed.
Water depth at entrance channel is 20 ft (6 m).
Police Station, Immigration and Port Clearance facility is located at the bridge.

Outbound: 8:30am, 10:30am & 4:00pm
Inbound: 9:30am, 11:30am, 3:00pm & 5:00pm

Hurricane Updates

The island of St. Martin/St. Maarten was affected by unprecedented weather activity from hurricanes Irma and Maria in September 2017. Although there is still some rebuilding, you can be confident that the marina office is fully operational and ready to welcome you. Please refer to our 2018 Caribbean Season Updates for the latest news. This is the link:

Facilities at Berth

  • Water
  • Customs & Immigration
  • Fuel Dock & Truck Delivery
  • 24 Hour Security
  • Provisioning
  • Satellite TV
  • WiFi
  • Restaurants
  • Pump Out Service
  • Oil Disposal

Air Transfer

  • : 3 km
  • : 3 km
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