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 VHF Ch 13 – Call Sign – Msida Marina

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Posted 28/07/2014 – Guest Berths for Visitors

We are pleased to welcome visiting boats to the Marina. There are 12 dedicated guest berths on the Breakwater at the entrance to the Marina, in addition to pontoon berths throughout the Marina allocated according to availability. When approaching the Marina kindly request clearance and directions from the Marina Office on +356 21337049 or VHF Channel 13 (call sign Msida Marina), during office hours, or +356 79337249 after hours. The Marina Assistants will be pleased to guide you to the berth and assist with ropes.

Advance bookings are accepted on or + 356 21337049, and ensure a smooth and speedy welcome to the Marina.  First-time visitors will need to produce passport and ID card, up to date insurance and registration documents for the yacht.

The Directors, Management and Staff of Creek Developments plc look forward to welcoming you to our beautiful Marina.

Customs, Health and Immigration procedures

  • Customs: 2134 2396
  • Immigration: 2133 5691
  • Health Department: 2132 4093

Yachts arriving from Schengen countries may proceed directly to their berth at the marina. The Master of the vessel should take a crew list and all passports to the Customs and Immigration Office as soon after arrival as possible. (See Marina Map). Visitors arriving after the office hours of 09:00 to 17:00 Monday to Friday, may go on the following working day.

Visitors arriving from non-Schengen countries or travelling under non-Schengen passports, must proceed to the Customs and Immigration Office immediately , with passports or identity cards and a crew list. Outside office hours, the Yacht must clear immigration at the Customs House in Grand Harbour, open 24×7.

The passports of visitors arriving by sea are not normally stamped, therefore visitors who will be departing by air should advise the Customs and Immigration Office of their planned mode of departure

The Health Department requires a declaration to be completed. This may be done at Customs and Immigration, or the Health Department may visit the yacht directly

Yachts with Pets

Yachts with cats or dogs on board, may be allowed to berth alongside after the pets have been inspected by the Health Department Vet, providing that the pets conform to the Pet Passport Scheme. Download the pets leaflet and the Application form for Pets and tracking sheet V5 (2) for full current information on travelling with your pet.