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Marinas in Eastern Cape
East London

East London

Marina in Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality
East London harbour, South Africa. East London is a city on the Indian Ocean, in South Africa’s Eastern Cape. The Port of East London is South Africa's only remaining river port and is situated at the mouth of the Buffalo River in the East Cape Province. The original name was Port Rex. Port Limitations: The entrance to the Port of East London is dredged for ships with a depth ranging from 11m to 14m, 170m width at the narrowest part and with a draught alongside the berths ranging from 8.5m to 10.4 metres. The port can accommodate vessels of up to 245m. Draught at the various berths range between 8.5m and 10.4m (grain and oil berths). The outer anchorage is approximately 1 n.mile east of the southern breakwater but the position is exposed. Pilotage into port is compulsory from a boarding point 2 n.miles northeast of the north breakwater, serviced by pilot boat. Tug assistance is compulsory within the port. The Port of East London is South Africa's only remaining river port and is situated at the mouth of the Buffalo River in the East Cape Province. The original name was Port Rex. At Longitude 27º 55' E and Latitude 33º 1' S the general cargo port has good rail and road connections with the hinterland (Free State and Gauteng) and north and southwest to KZN and Port Elizabeth respectively. VHF Channel 12 Port Control Contact Number: +27 43 733 1200 (24 hours) GPS co-ordinates:33º 1' S 27º 55' E
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Marina Martinique

Marina Martinique

Marina in Sarah Baartman District Municipality
The marina, with its 5 kms of meandering waterways, quaint bridges and Cape Caribbean style homes, is both peaceful and safe to live in. It is protected by well-trained security guards, backed up by modern security systems. With a host of marine life, abundant birdlife, Bushbuck, Blue Duiker and numerous small animals roaming freely, it is a place for children to bloom and grow in a safe and nurturing environment. The marina covers 85 hectares. Construction started in 1990 and today the estate comprises 384 residential stands and 475 group development units. The area covered by water is 228,500 m² with a volume of 406,100 m³. Boats may be launched at any of the 36 slipways dotted around the estate. With the marina on average about 3 m above sea level, fresh seawater is pumped in via 11 seawater inlets and eventually overflows back into the sea. The water quality is carefully monitored to endorse Marina Martinique’s reputation as a premier competitive swimming venue. It is in the process of registering for Blue Flag status.
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Port Of Coega , Harbour

Port Of Coega , Harbour

Marina in Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan Municipality
The Port of Ngqura, which is also known as Coega, lies on the Indian Ocean coast of South Africa due east of Cape Town, is South Africa's newest harbour. Port Manager: Ms Tandi Lebakeng Tel 041 507 1900, email tandi.lebakeng@transnet.net Harbourmaster: Captain Thulani Dubeko Tel 041 507 1900, email thulani.dubeko@transnet.net Port Control (Ship movements and ETAs) Tel 041 507 8444 Container Terminal Business Unit Executive: Siya Mhlaluka Tel 041 507 1800 Public Affairs: Ms Sindie Ndwalaza Tel 041 507 1618, email sindie.ndwalaza@transnet.net TRANSNET CUSTOMER CARE (for all queries) Tel 0860 109 330 Email to: customercaretnpa@transnet.net
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Port of Port Elizabeth

Port of Port Elizabeth

Marina in Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan Municipality
VHF Ch 12 - call Port Elizabeth Port Control once the yacht is within 1nm of the Port entrance. - yachts to keep and/or stay clear of shipping movements at all times on approaching the Port - moorings availability is on a 1st come 1st served basis. - for berthing instructions: call John Tudehope on +27 82 845 3961 john@gatewaypm.co.za / Mark Dawson at +27 76 306 4601 or Tony Bailes at +27 83 380 3777 - Important to advise of imminent arrival at least >12hours beforehand, to advise Marina Company & to identify suitable mooring(s) - should there be no moorings available, we will guide the visiting yachts onto/raft against commercial fishing boats and/or wharfs - we will make a plan. GPS coordinates: S33.58.030 E025.38.156 - The Marina is situated at the South Western corner of the port. The official UN/LOCODE of this port is ZAPLZ. Procedure for ALL yachts arriving from international waters, both foreign and local, who need to clear into South Africa All incoming international yachts and/or South African yachts returning from a foreign port must register with OSASA at www.osasa.org.za to obtain pre-arrival authorisation at least 96 hours before arrival in Gqeberha. The Pratique together with a Maritime Health Declaration form for each crew member (available on the OSASA website) together with Yellow Fever vaccination status (if applicable) will be submitted by OSASA to the relevant authorities before arrival. The crew and Skipper will NOT be permitted to leave the yacht until the Port Health and SA Police have cleared the yacht. Authorities will be advised of the arrival of all yachts. These procedures will remain in force until advised otherwise. Once cleared by Port Health, proceed to Customs and Immigration (with passports which must show 6 months validity). Please confirm you are eligible for a visa here. Port Health 041-391 8132 The entrance channel to Port Elizabeth is maintained at a depth of -14.5m Chart Datum and has a generous width of 310m. Limitations on vessels using the port are 11m draught for passenger and dry cargo vessels, 11.2m for container ships, 12.1m for ore carriers and 9.6m for tankers, all according to berthing. Deeper vessels may be accommodated with the permission of the harbour master. Tug assistance and pilotage are compulsory. Ships may anchor outside the port in Algoa Bay provided the approaches to the entrance channel are kept clear. Transnet National Port Authority PO Box 162 6000 PORT ELIZABETH Tel 041 507 1710
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Royal Alfred Marina

Royal Alfred Marina

Marina in Sarah Baartman District Municipality
The Royal Alfred Marina is a secure, gated residential estate situated on the Kowie River in Port Alfred on the Eastern Cape's Sunshine Coast. Nowhere else in the world is there a private Blue Flag marina quite like ours - where every home has its own waterfront, with both water and road access. Upmarket, safe and beautifully maintained, the Royal Alfred Marina is situated in the heart of Port Alfred between Gqeberha (Port Elizabeth) and East London. This 45-hectare Blue Flag Marina consists of 360 free-standing residential properties on five interlinked islands in the Kowie River's tidal estuary.
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St Francis Bay - Marina Glade

St Francis Bay - Marina Glade

Marina in Sarah Baartman District Municipality
St Francis Bay is a holiday town in Sarah Baartman District Municipality in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa, roughly one hour’s drive from Gqeberha. St Francis is famous for far more than just surfing, it boasts a beautiful canal system surrounded by picturesque homes in a uniform building style – black roofs and white walls. Towards Santareme and Port St Francis, the uniformity is repeated, this time with Mediterranean and Tuscan homes filling in the dune fields and fynbos. Cape St Francis is known as keeping it clean and green, where you will find the century old Seal Point Lighthouse amongst the fynbos and wild waves. The canal system offers residents and holiday makers an exotic marina lifestyle. If fishing off your own jetty, swimming or exploring the canals with a canoe or SUP is not enough, the canals are linked to the Kromme River, navigable for 10km, where more fishing, boating, paddling, kite and windsurfing, waterskiing can be enjoyed and jetskis have access to the ocean through the Kromme River Mouth.
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