You can also go off the grid in a more leisurely fashion - by boat. Either take the ferry or sail in on your own yacht. We’ll tell you what to expect.
The fares for the ferry service are EC$300 return (EC$150 one way) for adults, EC$150 return for children between 2 and 12 years and EC$50 return for infants below 2 years.
Each passenger is allowed 2 pieces of baggage free and any additional baggage is charged at EC$50.00 per piece.
For further information on the service contact Mr. Roosevelt Jemmotte at 664 496 9912 in Montserrat or Jennifer Burke in Antigua at 268 778 9786.
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Yachtsmen and other mariners visiting the island can anchor off Port Little Bay. To disembark, they can proceed to the Little Bay wharf and enter the terminal for Customs. Advanced clearance can be made on the regional pre-arrival notification system called Sailclear. Go to www.sailclear.com.
Alternatively, they can enter their information in the SailClear computer terminal at the entrance of the Montserrat Port. Customs clearance is conducted on weekdays Mon-Fri from 8am-4pm. Please note there is no charge for clearance, unless outside of working hours and weekends. In the case of after-hours requests, the port security would contact Customs Officers to facilitate mariners.