Queensway Quay Marina Ltd
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About Us

With its impressive backdrop of luxury apartments, restaurants, shops and bars, Queensway Quay Marina nestles in the heart of Gibraltar giving easy access to all of the attractions it has to offer.

Gibraltar has long been known as a convenient stop over for yachts en route to and from the Mediterranean, but we now also offer an excellent package for long term berthing in our newly expanded marina.

Queensway Quay Marina is one of the few places where it is perfectly safe to leave your yacht for long periods without any worries. Unlike harbours along the south coast of Spain which are often the hub of nightlife during high season yet deserted in winter, Gibraltar with its 30,000 population is a living town throughout the year. English is the common language and with its tax free status, is ideal for shopping and ordering those spare parts and accessories V.A.T free, not to mention the low cost of fuel.

Ragged Staff Wharf, as the quayside at Queensway Quay Marina is called, is probably the oldest wharf in Gibraltar. Of Spanish origin, Ragged Staff Wharf was developed by the British in 1736 under the supervision of First Lord of the Admiralty Sir Charles Wager, with the purpose of providing 'better victualing of men-at-war'. Ragged Staff Wharf also became the traditional landing place for newly-arriving Governors of Gibraltar at the steps known as Governor's Landing - which are still in use as part of the Marina.
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