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Marinas in Setúbal
Clube Naval de Sesimbra

Clube Naval de Sesimbra

Marina in Setúbal
Marina The Marina of Clube Naval de Sesimbra, was a dream of many generations, an old aspiration of Clube Naval and Vila de Sesimbra. Fundamental equipment for the development of Tourism and Recreational Boating, not only in the summer, but throughout the year, it should be noted that around 40,000 recreational vessels pass through the Cape Espichel, heading south, so, if at least 5% of these vessels came to Sesimbra (some are already becoming regular customers), the village will experience an increase of a few thousand tourists. In addition to the advantages of tourism and economics that this infrastructure has been providing, the jobs that were created, directly and indirectly, should not be forgotten, which constituted a significant added value for the dynamization of the economy and for the creation employment in the county. The construction works for the Port of Recreio de Sesimbra, started on December 4, 1997, and the authorization of the work by the Port Administration of Setúbal and Sesimbra (APSS) was decisive. The first phase, the work budgeted at about 160 thousand escudos, had the support of the City Council of Sesimbra and the contributions of the members of the Clube Naval. The construction work was carried out by Ahslers Lindley Lda., A company specialized in the construction of recreational ports and marinas, according to the project.
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Doca de Recreio das Fontainhas

Doca de Recreio das Fontainhas

Marina in Setúbal
Safe inside the bay, and inside a small harbour. Small. NAUTICAL RECREATION UNDER DEVELOPMENT IN THE SADO ESTUARY The Fontainhas Recreation Dock in the Port of Setúbal provides shelter for around 320 vessels, including places for passing vessels, with modern support infrastructures, which include water supply, electricity, fire extinguishers, sanitary facilities with changing rooms, collection of garbage and restricted access. It is divided into East Side, with 170 seats, up to 10 meters long and 2.5 meters maximum draft, and West Side, with 150 seats, up to 15 meters long and 2.5 meters maximum draft. The dock also has a privileged space for the parking of traditional boats from the Sado Estuary, with the aim of promoting tourist tours along the river. Downstream of this area is the Clube Naval Setubalense Dock, which accommodates 29 recreational boats, between 6 and 11 meters, and onshore parking for 24 boats, between 4 and 12 meters, allowing users to enjoy the infrastructure. Support facilities and the practice of various water sports, swimming, sailing, canoeing, among other modalities. To support the tourist development of the Troia Peninsula on the estuary of the river Sado, the Troia Marina is available, with a capacity for 184 pleasure boats, distributed among five length classes, between 6 and 18 meters, and a maximum draft of 4 meters. There are also 4 summer berths in the Port of Setúbal for parking recreational boats, in the areas of Toca do Pai Lopes, Esguelha, Outão and Soltróia, with capacity for 80, 73, 39 and 89 boats, respectively. For the future, APSS and the Municipality of Setúbal are developing a market and economic feasibility study to create all the conditions to launch a tender for the design and operation of the future Setúbal Marina, with an estimated capacity of between 5 and 8 hundred recreational boats, which already has its location defined in the area of ​​Club Naval Setubalense.
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Marina de Tróia

Marina de Tróia

Marina in Setúbal
Fair winds and pleasurable moments. In the alignment dividing the Atlantic from the Sado Estuary, you’ll find one of the World’s Most Beautiful Bays – the Bay of Setúbal. Known for its resident population bottlenose dolphins, the bay is an idyllic location for sailing and windsurfing. Troia Marina has 180 berths, where you can rent a boat to discover deserted beaches in the company of dolphins. If you’d rather stay on land, you can savour a cool drink at the marina with an ocean view facing Setúbal. Troia Marina, your safe Harbour. Location Look for buoy No. 2 and then navigate on the heading of the entrance (Azimuth=040) for about 3 miles to the Outão fort. At night, when approaching the backshore, and all the way until swinging towards the channel leading to Tróia, keep on the previous heading – (formed by Doca and Azeda lighthouses). After buoy No. 4 the channel widens slightly, but keep on the heading. Pass the Outão lighthouse, then passing by buoy No. 5 you see TROIA RESORT on the starboard side, by the Ponta do Adoxe. Sail half a mile past buoy No.5 further along the entry lane. Turn starboard, keeping a safe distance from land. On the starboard side, the TROIA MARINA is marked with Starboard (EB) and Portside (BB). After entering the marina, moor alongside the reception and fuel dock to starboard. Welcome to the TROIA MARINA, perfect for sea lovers. 38º 29′ 38” N – 8º 54′ 08” W
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