Braye Harbour Cruising Guide

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Braye Harbour, situated on the north side of the island, is Alderney's main harbour.  A breakwater some 3,000 feet long built by the Admiralty in the 19th century protects vessels moored inside.  Visitors can enjoy Alderney's unspoilt coastline and find shops and restaurants ashore either in Braye itself or in nearby St Anne.

Braye is the only port of entry for the island of Alderney and all vessels entering from outside the Bailiwick of Guernsey must complete a local customs form.  See the Channel Islands Customs and Immigration for further information.

Nearby harbours include St Peter Port and Beaucette on Guernsey and the islands of Herm and Sark.


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