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Marinas in Balearic Islands
ASTILLEROS DE MALLORCA/ SHIPYARD

ASTILLEROS DE MALLORCA/ SHIPYARD

Marina in Balearic Islands
CUSTOMS PROCEDURES We can assist with the most efficient way in carrying out repairs from a customs point of view. For non-EU vessels, inward processing can achieve major savings on VAT and custom tax on imported goods. Intra-community vessels will be charged according to EU VAT rules. For any vessel, we guide clients on the most economical way to process importations, saving on VAT and import tax. Availability depends on the vessel’s flag and the goods imported. Astilleros de Mallorca is an Authorised Economic Operator for Customs Simplification. The programme aims to enhance international supply chain security and to facilitate legitimate trade. Astilleros’ customs processes are certified by local and European customs authorities. BONDED STORE Astilleros de Mallorca is an official Bonded Store Operator with a warehouse located ON SITE, thus offering the necessary storage space without the need to import the materials & equipment. We can handle demands for materials & equipment importation outside the EU, successfully building upon the essential TPA service we are already offering our clients. GENERAL STORAGE We have a large number of storage containers for use during the refit, for personal and yacht-related articles, including crew supplies and goods. FUEL SUPPLY We preserve your fuel supply during refit, as necessary, by removing the fuel, cleaning and storing it, before returning it to you ready for departure. Our agreement with local fuel suppliers ensures that you receive the correct fuel at the correct price. We can arrange for your fuel supply to be delivered at dockside. TANK CLEANING Astilleros de Mallorca offers a filtering and separating service for fuel oil. We have four storage tanks offering a total storage capacity of 20,000 litres. We monitor combustion gases concentration and oxygen levels inside the tanks and working areas, to assure no dangerous levels are reached, protecting personnel, yacht and environment. LABORATORY ANALYSIS We offer laboratory analysis services. Samples are taken by our personnel before being sent to recognised laboratories and analysed, using state-of-the-art equipment operated by experienced technicians, delivering reliable detailed results every time. We operate 24 hour/365 days security on the main gate to control access to and from the premises. Recorded CCTV and an infrared perimeter control helps us to permanently monitor the yard. We are fully compliant with the International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) code. We have on-site firefighting and emergency equipment and a well-trained team in evacuation and emergency situations.
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Cala D’Or

Cala D’Or

Marina in Balearic Islands
Nice marina, good facilities, but not cheap.
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Club Esportiu Cala'n Bosch

Club Esportiu Cala'n Bosch

Marina in Balearic Islands
The sports dock of Puerto Cala'n Bosch, with its 276 berths, enjoys a privileged location on the southwest coast of the Island of Menorca. It is the closest marina to the Majorcan coast and is located next to Cabo d'Artruix, gateway to the virgin coves of the south coast. Access to the port is limited by the existence of a bridge whose maximum height is 6.80 meters in its central part. Similarly, the entrance to the canal has a maximum depth of 1.50 meters. Our port has a slipway, gas station, water and electricity supplies at all moorings, showers and toilets, weather information, internet service, shop, waiting dock, oily waste containers, boat loading and unloading area, service seafaring, restaurants, hotels, car rental, boat rental, etc. The port is located about 9 km south of Ciutadella, the former capital of the island and an important center of tourist attraction for its festivals, its cultural and commercial offer, its old quarter and the unique and welcoming character of its inhabitants. The connection between the port and Ciutadella can be made through the regular bus service. The road that connects Ciutadella with Cala'n Bosch has a bike lane. The port is located about 100 meters from Cala'n Bosch beach and very close to the beaches of Son Xoriguer, Son Saura, Cala Turqueta and Macarella. There is a service of swallows that make regular excursions to these coves.
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Club Nàutic de Cala Gamba

Club Nàutic de Cala Gamba

Marina in Balearic Islands
Located in the town of Palma (Spain), it has a complete range of services available to its customers, including water and electricity. In addition to: changing rooms, restaurant, weather information, laundry, supermarket, car rental... This yacht club allows its customers to launch their boat into the water or dry it up, since it has the necessary services such as a ramp and a crane of 12.5 tons. The Cala Gamba Yacht Club has 212 moorings for boats with a maximum length of 12 meters and a maximum draft of 1.40 metres. Its proximity to an airport makes it a Marina accessible by air.
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Club Náutico Porto Cristo

Club Náutico Porto Cristo

Marina in Balearic Islands
PRESENTATION Mr. Joan Servera Amer chaired the Club from 1969 to 1980. From 1980 to 1990 Mr. Juan Servera Munar presided over the Club, years in which investments and improvements of the Club were carried out. He had to face in 1989 the famous "torrent" that destroyed several pontoons and caused major damage to boats and Club facilities. From 1990 to 1996, Mr. José Fuster Forteza held the position of President, carrying out reconstruction and improvement of the Club's facilities. From 1996 to 2011, Mr. Pedro Gonzalo Aguiló chaired the Club. In 2007, after long negotiations with Ports de les Illes Balears , the concession was renewed for 30 years, since the old concession expired in 2013. To do this, the conditions imposed by the port authority, which included, among others, had to be met. the reform of the pier, its facilities and the expansion of the pontoons. Said works were started in 2007 and finished in 2008 and with it the Sports Club was provided with modern, reliable facilities adapted to the new requirements. Likewise, the Club was provided with a new Training Classroom in order to carry out the Club's objective: the promotion and practice of sports activities, especially sailing activities. Throughout the year various courses and activities are held to promote sailing and everything related to navigation. Mr. Matías Servera Munar presided over the Club from 2011 to December 2018, with the unconditional support of the entire Board of Directors, who set their objectives framed in an austerity plan given the poor general economic situation in those years. Objectives were set such as promoting nautical sports activities and social activities, renegotiating better conditions with Ports IB, etc. Under the presidency of Mr. Matías Servera, the general condition of the Club's facilities was considerably improved, much of the social building was reformed, improving the exterior aesthetics and the two lower floors. On the ground floor "Sala Magna" improvements were carried out in order to have a large space to carry out the Club's own social activities, cultural activities and for rent for days to hold events, for the sake of to achieve profitability for the maintenance of the social building itself, among other objectives. In December 2018, elections to the Board of Directors were held, proclaiming the winner of a new board headed by Mr. Bernardo Bou Domenech (President), who had previously held the position of treasurer since 2007, under the presidency of Mr. Pedro G. Aguiló and later under that of D. Matías Servera. Port located on the Levante coast of the island of Malloca that has its antecedents at the time of the Roman Empire. The port's infrastructures are directly managed by the Government of the Balearic Islands, and the other is managed by the Porto Cristo Yacht Club. They are made up of the riverside piers on both sides of the cove, as well as a shelter dam and a containment counter dam. The direct management part has 259 moorings, of which 33 are intended for transit vessels. To these figures must be added the 216 moorings managed by the NC of Porto Cristo. Located in the east of Mallorca, the port of Porto Cristo has been known since Roman times, as evidenced by the different archaeological finds that have been made over the years; about two kilometers inland from the stream the Roman wharf and the remains of a boat were found. In 1934 another boat loaded with amphorae, dolls and a lead iron was discovered, about 50 meters from the beach. The first news about fishermen in the cove date from 1247 and the sale of fish in the Plaza de Manacor, probably from Cala Manacor, from 1282. It is evident from the buildings near the coast for defense and surveillance, but also by the oral tradition that pirate attacks must have been constant until the 19th century ended. This fact and the arrival of a series of families of fishermen from other towns in Mallorca, such as Felanitx, Capdepera or Valldemossa, gave commerce and fishing a new impulse, despite the lack of port facilities. The small boats stranded on the sandy beach, while the bous and merchants anchored in front of the Cueva des Correu and the loading and unloading of the goods was completed on a floating platform. For this reason, the construction of a dock and a dry dock was quickly demanded. In 1932 the Amadeus II dredger arrived in Porto Cristo and worked until 1936, the year when the construction of a 100-meter long firm dock began, from the dry dock to the fish market. The fishing activity forced a series of improvements such as the creation of the Porto Cristo and Cala Bona fishermen's Post that a few years later would give rise to the Fishermen's Association or the inauguration of a shipyard owned by Jaume Vaquer 'Vermell' in 1943. In 1968 the Rivet dock was built and the mollet was fitted out with the construction of offices and warehouses for fishermen. In the 1970s, electric lighting was provided and the Yacht Club was built. Since then, interventions to improve the port have been constant, with the construction of new port buildings with warehouses for fishermen, fish chambers, a restaurant, offices, mooring trains, etc. that allow to give to the user and visitor of the port the best reception and service.
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La Lonja Marina Charter

La Lonja Marina Charter

Marina in Balearic Islands
The leading yacht charter companies in Spain have joined together to build and maintain this new Charter Marina in the heart of Palma. Together we raise over 120 years of experience in the charter sector and own close to 150 Yachts. With which you can find all kind of yachts (sailing yachts, motoryachts and catamarans for example) of latest generation
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MARINA DE BONAIRE

MARINA DE BONAIRE

Marina in Balearic Islands
The port of Bonaire is located in one of the most beautiful bays of the Island, where the virginity of the landscape is still respected, with a geographical accident such that it provides a great variety of coves. Located in a renowned urbanization, it is characterized by the tranquility that is breathed and the vegetation of the environment. Marina de Bonaire S.L., current concessionaire of the facilities, is committed to offering all the necessary services for the maintenance of the boat through a complete management of the dry dock. In order to offer a place of relaxation where the client only has to worry about the sea and enjoy the nautical life. The contact channel is VHF CH-9 Schedules Office Hours: Monday-Friday: 08.00-17:00 The dry dock schedule from Monday to Friday: Morning: 08.00 to 13.00 Afternoon: 15.00 to 18.00 Phones Fixed Office: (+34) 971 54 69 55 Mobile Office:(+34) 687 74 98 37 Seafaring: (+34) 687 42 67 11 Other contacts Administration e-mail: info@marinadebonaire.com Varadero e-mail: varadero@marinadebonaire.com
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Port Andratx

Port Andratx

Marina in Balearic Islands
The port basically consists of two docks, one sheltered by the outer breakwater and the other inner, defined by the breakwater that shelters the Club de Vela facilities and by the old inner breakwater, made up of two parts, the Levante part occupied by the facilities direct management of the Administration. To locate the mouth from the high seas during the day, the Cap de sa Mola can be seen, very prominent and cut off at the peak with an imposing cliff and crowned by a modern lighthouse whose column is painted in black and white bands on a white turret, at more than a hundred meters high; In the vicinity of this cape you can already see the beacon on the head of the Andratx port breakwater, made up of a truncated-conical masonry tower. For locating at night, the lights of both maritime signals are used, in the Cap de sa Mola of groups of white flashes as indicated by light number 35170 of the Book and, on the nose of the outer breakwater, of groups of red flashes, in accordance with the light number 35190 of said book.
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Port Colònia de Sant Jordi

Port Colònia de Sant Jordi

Marina in Balearic Islands
The Port of Colonia de Sant Jordi is located on the south coast of Mallorca and has a long tradition of port activity dating back to ancient times. It is a port for nautical-recreational and fishing activities and constitutes the junction point for passenger traffic with the island of Cabrera, whose port is about 10 miles away by boat. The port has 315 moorings of different lengths, 37 of which are intended for transient boats. Information for transits The form given to you by the dock guard must be filled out and handed in as soon as possible to the port offices. The offices will be able to provide you with the updated rates. You will also find the basic rules for the use of port facilities. If you leave the quay without paying the fee, the Ports de les Illes Balears head office will be informed so that the payment can be made by executive means, with the consequent surcharge, and notify the other ports of the incident. Please consult and comply with the rules of use of our facilities, it will facilitate coexistence in the port facilities.
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Port de Fornells

Port de Fornells

Marina in Balearic Islands
Fornells port is a natural harbor located in Menorca, on Balearic Islands, Spain. Here can moor up to 115 both, recreational and fishing boats up to 12 mts length with 3 meters draft. Booking a mooring in this marina, boaters will have access to nautical services such as drinking water, electricity, toilets and showers. It also has ATM, weather station and small boats ramp. This port has a complementary selection of nautical activities like sailing school and boat rentals.
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Port de Pollença

Port de Pollença

Marina in Balearic Islands
The port of Pollença is located in the north of the island of Mallorca and has excellent shelter conditions, which have led to its being used since ancient times. Nowadays, the essential traffic of the port is that of sports or pleasure boats, although traditional fishing remains. Also, noteworthy are the local passenger traffic lines and, in particular, the one that joins this port with the 'Formentor pier.' The direct management part has 611 berths, of which 90 are intended for transit vessels. To these figures must be added the 375 moorings managed by the Pollença CN. Information for transits The form given to you by the dock guard must be filled out and handed in as soon as possible to the port offices. The offices will be able to provide you with updated rates. You will also find the basic rules for the use of port facilities. If you leave the quay without paying the fee, the 'Ports de les Illes Balears' head office will be informed so that the payment can be made by executive means, with the consequent surcharge, and notify the other ports of the incident. Please consult and comply with the rules of use of our facilities, it will facilitate coexistence in the port facilities.
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Port de Valldemossa

Port de Valldemossa

Marina in Balearic Islands
Small and Pintoresque fishing harbour/town. Very small and shallow but offers great accesibility for dingies and smaller boats to go ashore, pick up/drop passengers, etc.
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Port Esportiu Addaia

Port Esportiu Addaia

Marina in Balearic Islands
Very pretty town and cala, nice anchorage, safe from swell but small. Cantina restaurant great, Port staff friendly. Super relaxed place. Puerto Addaya is a natural harbor located on the island of Menorca, Balearic Islands, Spain. The nature of this port offers shelter to 168 berths for boats up to 15 meters long. Its position allows to reach in a few minutes the open sea of ​​the imposing northern coast of Menorca. The newly renovated facilities and facilities of the port include services such as water, electricity, laundry and markets. It also has technical services such as crane, travel lift, ramp and helmets service, among others.
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Reial Club Nàutic Porto Petro

Reial Club Nàutic Porto Petro

Marina in Balearic Islands
The Marina Reial Club Nautic Porto Petro is in Santanyi. Has 238 moorings for boats with a maximum length of 12 m and a maximum depth of 2 m. All who moor there will enjoy the most basic services like water and electricity. Its users may take advantage of its complete range of services which include: wifi, showers, sell ice, weather, urban waste containers, containers of contaminated containers tank Bilge water and oil, a green dot for segregation of waste, bilge water extraction and cleaning of bilges. The yacht club has a 18 tons crane and machine Pressure cleaning boats.
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