Camper & Nicholsons Port Louis Marina has been working closely with MAYAG (Marine & Yachting Association of Grenada) in assisting the yachting community in Grenada and the Caribbean with advice and information for those boats who are sheltering in and around Grenada.
A new yacht registry portal has been created to better communicate relevant marine information, available provision companies, plus direct communication with marina destinations and boatyard facilities.
Charlotte Fairhead, marina manager at Port Louis Marina, said, “We are delighted to cooperate with the greater marine industry especially MAYAG. We are using the yacht registry portal to better understand our customer requirements during this time, and helpfully communicate relevant marine news and updates. It is brilliant to be able to support our customers in this way.”
Fairhead is one of six members of the MAYAG COVID-19 sub-committee which is helping pioneer discussion and influence to help keep the marine industry within Grenada up to date with client requests and relevant information including health and safety of yachtsmen and women in Grenada.
With the sub-committee support, MAYAG has setup the yacht registry called Grenada Lima. The purpose of which is to gather data on boats currently in Grenada and more importantly, boats planning on coming to Grenada for the imminent hurricane season.
Any boat owner who is still considering Grenada and Camper & Nicholsons Port Louis Marina for Hurricane Season should register on Grenada Lima.
At the moment, all port of entries in Grenada are closed, and yachts are not allowed to clear into Grenada. MAYAG and the sub-committee are working hard to allow boats to come to Grenada soon, in a controlled manner for the safety of both Grenadians and visitors.