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Airlines and schedules tend to change frequently. Most visitors to Grand Turk arrive with American Airlines to Provo and then shuttle over on a small aircraft, this works quite smoothly. Bahamasair began flying from Miami twice a week in 1999 but there was little confidence locally that it would last long. Alternatively, Lynx Air flies direct from Ft Lauderdale, comfortable, many advantages but lengthy flight. TCA, Sky King and Inter Island Airways operate frequent inter-island flights and it is often possible to turn up on the day you want to travel and catch the next flight. Reservations are recommended, however, particularly when going to Provo.
Airport Information: It is worth checking in early when returning to Miami from Provo, to avoid long queues.
Ports of Entry for aircraft are Providenciales, South Caicos and Grand Turk, but the major international airport is on Providenciales. There are also airstrips on North Caicos, Middle Caicos, Pine Cay and Salt Cay.
For those arriving by sea, there is a safe harbour and marina at Flamingo Cove, North Creek, run by Leah and Kirk, T9462227.
Boat: Evening weather radio report on VHF from Blue Water Divers on Grand Turk; Mystine on SSB. There is no scheduled passenger service (cargo comes in regularly from Florida) and no port is deep enough to take cruise ships although some occasionally stop outside the reef and shuttle in passengers for half a day.
Ports of Entry: (British flag) Providenciales: Turtle Cove Marina, Caicos Shipyard, Leeward Marina, South Dock/Sapodilla Bay; Grand Turk; South Caicos; Salt Cay. Clear in and out with customs and immigration, VHF 16.
Boat Documents: On arrival, customs will grant seven days immigration clearance. Go to town to the Immigration Office (closed 1230-1430) to obtain a 30 day extension. Fuel and alcoholic drink may be purchased duty free with clearance to leave the country. The Customs Office is at South Dock, Provo, and there are Customs Officers at the airport all day too.
Marinas: There are five marinas on Provo. Leeward Marina at Leeward Going Through, T9465553, F9465674, mar...@tciway.tc, gas/diesel sales only, restaurant; Turtle Cove Landing, Sellar’s Pond, Provo, T9464307, F9464771, long term dockage for boats up to 70 ft, 5 ft draft; Turtle Cove Marina, Sellar’s Pond, Provo, T9464303, F9464326, turt...@provo.net, full service, all weather anchorage, 6 ft draft, 35 new slips (still under construction), RO, water and ice, premium prices; South Side Marina, T9464747, dockside T9464200, F9415776, email@example.com, diesel, gas, oil, water, 4½ft controlling depth, call for reservations; Caicos Marina and Shipyard, Long Bay, Provo, T9465600, F9465390, SSB 4143.6, (fuel, ice, dry storage, cabinet maker on the premises, Southwind Millworks, T9465700, and a machinist/diesel mechanic). South Caicos also has a marina. There are no bareboat charters.