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Marinas in Canary Islands

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Marinas in Canary Islands
Marina Puerto Chico

Marina Puerto Chico

Marina in Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Magnificent facilities, with reasonable prices and very good service. Well-connected and not only accessible by sea, it is also close to the nearest airport. The bus stops in front of the port and takes you downtown or to the small village and beach of San Andrés in 5 minutes. It is a dry port for small motorboats with a mechanical workshop. Forty pontoon berths rented year-round, mainly to sail boats, and they call visitors according to the possibilities of the moment.
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Puertito Isla De Lobos

Puertito Isla De Lobos

Marina in Las Palmas
El Puertito is 5 min walk from the dock. Stunning little harbour Children friendly, Bar/Eatery, WC all in the area of El Puertito Small pier for dinghy
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Puerto Castillo

Puerto Castillo

Marina in Las Palmas
Less than ten minutes from Puerto del Rosario and the Fuerteventura airport is the Castillo marina, in Caleta de Fuste, located on the east coast of the island. It has 110 moorings with a maximum draft of five meters and is prepared to accommodate vessels of up to 16 meters in length. Next to the marina, all kinds of activities are offered at sea, from jet ski rental to submarine excursions, as well as diving classes. The Castillo marina has showers and toilets available to its users, as well as a slipway, crane and 'travelift' that allow the boat to be brought ashore to carry out any necessary maintenance work. Mooring assistance and surveillance 24 hours a day make the experience of docking in Caleta de Fuste more comfortable and safe to enjoy the climate and the sea of ​​Fuerteventura.
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Puerto de Corralejo

Puerto de Corralejo

Marina in Las Palmas
Located in the northernmost area of ​​Fuerteventura, the port has a maritime access that in its final phase should be taken heading W. For small and medium-sized vessels it does not present any difficulty except that derived from the existence of rocky falls in various areas near the coast. For the ferries the main factor that determines the maneuver resides in the existence of a low area with no visible delimitation that constrains the entrance area and the maneuvering area in the dock on the south side. The main dike of the Port of Corralejo, with a broken outline and that extends towards the E, guarantees shelter inside, although the waves from the first and second quadrant can reach the entrance area with some energy, despite the partial shelter that provides the island of Lobos to the entire bay of Corralejo.
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Puerto Deportivo de Taliarte Telde

Puerto Deportivo de Taliarte Telde

Marina in Las Palmas
Small fishing harbour. Waiting area on the fisherman's quay while doing the paperwork, after go to the floating pontoon next to it. The fisherman works from later at night and starts at 6 am, no easy to have good rest.
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Puerto Deportivo Marina Tenerife

Puerto Deportivo Marina Tenerife

Marina in Santa Cruz de Tenerife
The Marina Tenerife Marina was inaugurated in 1992. Later, in 2000, a second phase was completed, which provided our facilities with nine docks, distributed in order of length and reaching a capacity of 220 moorings in the mirror of water, with lengths from six to sixteen meters. As for the dry dock we have about 100 berths, in a modular shelf system on three levels. There is also an area for boats on their own trailers, geared towards light boating (maximum length seven meters) and jet skis.
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Puerto Órzola

Puerto Órzola

Marina in Las Palmas
Small fishing port
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