Yachting in Saba
 

We are delighted to welcome you and your guests to the beautiful Unspoiled Queen of the Caribbean, Saba! 


Visit Saba Tourism for Entry Requirements

Approved EHAS Pre-entry form required for all travelers.

Only vaccinated persons will be allowed as day trippers.

Clearance Information

As your clearing agent we are able to clear your vessel, guests and crew electronically, there is no need to come ashore. Prior to your arrival, please email us your guest list, crew list, passports, the clearance from your last port of call and ship's registry. Please complete the required local clearance forms. The Saba Conservation yacht registration form lists the nature fees and local restrictions, it must be signed by the Captain. 

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Anchorage Information

OUR FIRM

Saba's only port is located at Fort Bay, on the south-west shore of the island. We share the small docks with ferries, dive boats, fisherman, cargo and commercial vessels.

There is a tender pier which makes bringing your guests ashore a breeze. For safety purposes, do not attempt to come ashore along the coastline. 

For larger yachts, we recommend dropping your own hook in one of the anchorage zones. Click on the Anchorage map for your reference. Ideal locations will very on weather conditions during your visit, however there are some great spots to tuck away in. 

Things to do on Saba

Saba offers a variety of adventures to be enjoyed!

 

We would be happy to pre-arrange island tours, scuba diving, guided hiking gin tasting and fine dining as well.

 

There is a lot of wonderful information about hiking, guests can plan a guided hike with one of the park rangers or venture off and explore themselves. Guided hiking can be booked directly with us and we will take care of all of the arrangements. 


Please let me know if you have any questions and we will be sure to get back to you as soon as possible.

Click on the buttons below for more information about the Nature of Saba, the current Saba Conservation Trail advisory and to learn more about diving in Saba's pristine Marine Park. 

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Island Tours

2.5-hour Guided Tour

Take a scenic drive to visit the charming villages of Saba in a local taxi van. Your driver will be your  guide to stunning views and island historic facts with scenic stops along the way.

 

  • The tour begins at the Fort Bay and continues up, yes, up to The Bottom, Saba’s Capital. Drive along a cobblestone road to the Sacred Heart Church. Angels meet in the Rainforest, in a beautifully detailed mural, by local artist, Heleen Cornet. 

  • A scenic drive to Hell’s Gate, where there will be a stop at the Hell’s Gate Church to view the world’s shortest commercial runway.

  • Arrive in Windwardside where you will be able to walk along the main street. You will not find any brand names stores on Saba, what you will find is a variety of unique and high quality shops offering hand crafted and some one of a kind pieces.

Bird Watching

4.5-hour Guided Tour
6 persons Maximum

The unique Saba Birding Quest brings you around the island to the island’s most elusive locations.

 

  • Fort Bay, spotting Red Billed Tropicbirds and the rare Common Ground Dove.

  • Pirate Cliffs, This ideal vantage point overlooks Green Island and the world’s shortest commercial runway where a variety of seabirds can be spotted including: Red-billed Tropicbirds, Frigate birds, Brown Boobies, Brown Noddies, Sooty Terns, and occasionally a nesting pair of Peregrine Falcons.

  • Mas Cohone Hill, to spot Bridled Quail Doves and Brown Tremblers.

  • Spring Bay Trail Head where many birds of prey can be seen.

  • Trail Shop Windwardside, where Caribbean Hummingbirds reside.

  • Museum Grounds to search for the Yellow Warbler, Grass Quit, Banana Quits, and Lesser Antillean Bullfinch.

A Pocket Guidebook to the Birds of Saba, written by bird expert Dr. Adrian Delnevo, is included

Hiking

Guided hiking is provided by the Saba Conservation Foundation.

 

The SCF maintains a network of beautiful hiking trails throughout the island, and offers a variety of levels of difficulty starting from the shoreline deep into the clouds.

The most popular is the Sandy Cruz Trail. 

Time: Approximately 3 hours 40 mins. 

Degree of difficulty: Moderate 

Special Features: lush rainforest, abandoned farm land, ocean views, airport views, trail crosses the Saba National Park.

Diving

Dive in Saba’s National Marine Park boasting high populations of tropical fish, healthy coral and deep water seamounts provide spectacular dramatic drop-offs, wall dives. The renowned pinnacles, and seamounts. 30 years of marine protection provided by the Saba Marine Park.

Diving in Saba is only allowed through a local dive shop with guide.

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