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Marinas in Cantabria

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Marinas in Cantabria
Puerto de Bustio

Puerto de Bustio

Marina in Cantabria
Bustio, port and door of Asturias Bustio is one of the quietest fishing villages in all of Asturias. Its unique geography, on a riverside bend in the Ría de Tinamayor – the natural border between Asturias and Cantabria – gives it an air that is always peaceful, like time and space stopped, like eternal solace. Thus, in this small and quiet town guarded by mountains in the municipality of Ribadedeva, you will be surprised by the mouth of the Cares-Deva river, a natural passageway for migratory birds from Northern Europe to warmer areas during the colder months. To learn in detail about the history of the fauna and flora of this area, we recommend the Ría de Tinamayor Bird Watching and Interpretation Centre, a didactic and informative space promoted by the fishermen themselves. In addition, it has a beautiful fishing port, collected under the Cañón peak. Another interesting recommendation is that you savor a good fresh fish such as pixín (monkfish) or sargo, in any of the restaurants in Bustio, while enjoying a walk contemplating buildings of Indian architecture, such as "Villa Delfina", very close to the old iron bridge that connected Asturian and Cantabrian lands. Bustio is the easternmost gate of Asturias, and precisely because of that condition, and because of its location on the very edge of an estuary that flows into the Bay of Biscay, it has always had a strong link with the coastal Camino de Santiago. So this ancient town is not only seafaring but also Jacobean, and almost a mountaineer, because from here you can sense the winds and the high peaks of the Picos de Europa, which are just a few kilometres away. Sinuous and beautiful estuary, nearby beaches, untamed sea, hidden port, pilgrims on the Camino, and mountains all around. Bustio is a curious mix that makes it unique.
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Puerto de Pedreña

Puerto de Pedreña

Marina in Cantabria
Pier to Somo and Santander. Great views, a meeting place for fishermen and a good place to enjoy seafood.
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Puerto de San Vicente de la Barquera

Puerto de San Vicente de la Barquera

Marina in Cantabria
The San Vicente de la Barquera estuary is located and integrated into the Oyambre Natural Park, with 5,800 ha. Its great ecological and landscape wealth is due to the fact that it encompasses five different units: the cliffs, the beaches (Merón and Oyambre stand out due to their extension and dune systems), the estuaries (San Vicente estuary), the marshes (of Pombo and Rubín) and deciduous forests. It is an arm of the sea that goes into the SW, dividing into two others, called the W as Caño del Peral, crossed by the Puente Negro and the S (the largest) as Caño de Villegas or Barcenal crossed by the Puente de Mace. The prelude to this easily identifiable estuary (Punta de la Silla Lighthouse) is made up of the sandbar, continuing to the N of the Merón sandbank, joined to the breakwater. Parallel to this to the west runs the breakwater that ends up facing the island of Peña Mayor. The ends of these breakwaters are buoyed: At high tide, the water covers the end of the breakwater wall. Breakwater of Poniente Breakwater of Levante We will always keep in mind that no matter how little sea there is, the bar breaks and with a strong swell the breakers start out to sea. With good sea conditions, the entrance is not complicated. We will enter through the centre of the channel, a little more towards the eastern breakwater. Within the estuary, it is advisable to approach the docks well leaned to starboard at the height of the slipways. Once inside, moor if you have a place on the pontoons of the marina, or anchor in front of the port and the new bridge. The sonar must be monitored, and tidal currents must be taken into account. The ebb current is 3 knots in spring tides and two in dead tides. At the landfall we will take care of the La Plancha shoal to the NW of the W point lighthouse (43º23.7'N/004º23.2'0W), we will head to the head of this breakwater to the N, Near the lighthouse about 100 m away, we look for the middle of the channel and avoid the “Andresín” shoal, which with 1 m of water is separated about 30 m to the ENE of the light. We will sail through the center of the channel closer to and parallel to the breakwater until we pass Peña Mayor where we have already reached the center of the channel taking the tack of Er la Punta de la Espina. In this area, the probe is between 4 and 5 m. We pass close to the Punta e la Espina (f) buoyed up with a green and white turret, and we stay up to the height of the slipway that appears to us from the bow. If we have to anchor we will fall to Br since the anchorage is located from our beam to the tack. Pay attention to the probe, the difference in depth appears suddenly. We have the pontoons of the marina at the bow. At the start, the head of the W jetty will be uprooted in order to approach from here to the N and, with sufficient shelter, set course for the destination.
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Puerto de Suances

Puerto de Suances

Marina in Cantabria
The port of Suances is located between the beaches of Riberuca and Ribera (Port Street). Suances, also known since Roman times as PORTUS BLENDIUM, was located on the most important route of penetration of Roman Spain towards the Cantabrian coast. In the 16th and 17th centuries, fishing activity was a pillar of the economic base of the municipality. In the first half of the 20th century, Suances had fish canneries and salting factories. At the moment, the economic activity that it generates is a little since the number of fishing boats is not very numerous. Not so, recreational fishing boats, whose number is increasing and are demanding new services. The port of Suances is located between the beaches of La Riberuca and La Ribera, in the vicinity of the promenade and the area of ​​bars and cafés, etc.
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Puerto Deportivo de Laredo

Puerto Deportivo de Laredo

Marina in Cantabria
The Laredo Marina is located in a strategic place within the Cantabrian Coast, equidistant from the most important commercial points of the Bay of Biscay: Santander and Bilbao. It is located in the shelter and in the very centre of Villa de Laredo, a municipality with a centuries-old nautical and fishing tradition and one of the main tourist destinations in northern Spain. It has eight hundred and fifty-seven berths, a service area and a technical area with a fifty-tonne travelift, prepared to beach ships up to 20 meters in length. The Port is equipped with everything necessary to meet the nautical needs of moorers and sailors. The maritime accesses to the Laredo Marina are made from a large bay, through the mouth defined between the breakwater with a curved plan of more than 700 meters in length and the breakwater located to the south of it. The navigation channel has a depth greater than 5 meters with reference to the zero of the port. By road, it is accessed from the urban centre of Laredo, where it is reached from the motorway a del Cantábrico, the A-8 that connects Santander with Bilbao, with two entrances in both directions. In turn, this highway connects with the entire Cantabrian road network, the Meseta and the Ebro corridor.
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Puerto Deportivo Marina del Cantábrico

Puerto Deportivo Marina del Cantábrico

Marina in Cantabria
Modern marina located at the bottom of the Bay of Santander with 1,350 berths that offers all the services that the sailor may require. Minimum draft 8 m Maximum length 23 m VHF channel: 9 Once your boat is moored, you must go to the Captaincy to sign the scale sheet. Documentation to present: - DNI or passport of the owner or skipper. - Boat documentation. - Boat insurance policy. 24 hours in advance, the skipper must notify the captain of his departure time. The mooring rental fee includes the use of water, electricity, showers, WC and weather information. ALL PAYMENTS WILL BE MADE IN ADVANCE ELECTRICAL ADAPTER - Deposit €60 One of the biggest handicaps of this excellent and safe port is the lack of public transport service. Its distance by land from the center of the capital, Santander, requires a means of locomotion and so far it is only provided by taxis from the Parayas airport or the Camargo City Hall.
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Puerto deportivo y pesquero de Colindres

Puerto deportivo y pesquero de Colindres

Marina in Cantabria
The fishing village of Colindres has an active fishing and sports port sheltered from the inclemencies of the Cantabrian Sea, thanks to the Santoña marshes. In its 55,474.27 m2 docks, we can find both moorings for fishing boats (15), and for pleasure boats, 211. If we visit the port every week, we can always be lucky enough to see how the catches are unloaded and auctioned at the port market.
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Puerto Raos Santander

Puerto Raos Santander

Marina in Cantabria
Contact us, and you will receive the personalized treatment that you, as a client, require. We find the means to improve through knowledge of the needs of the market and this objective will undoubtedly be achievable thanks to the support and coverage that, from the SAC, is offered to customers and users. We want to bring the port environment closer to the industrial fabric in order to, based on an exchange of knowledge, overcome the traditional isolation of end customers from the port reality. If you are interested, we can arrange an interview at your offices or facilitate a visit to the Port, through which you can learn first-hand about the services and logistical possibilities that our Port Community offers. We are at your disposal to respond fully to your questions, complaints, claims, requests for information... etc at: Customer Service of the Port of Santander. Web: Suggestions and complaints Fax.+ 34 942 203 632 e-mail: sac@puertosantander.com or, if you wish, by approaching our offices at Santander Port Authority SACSantander Carlos Haya, 23 39009 Santander-Spain
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Puerto Santoña

Puerto Santoña

Marina in Cantabria
modern, with fairly new pontoons and fish market. CARACTERÍSTICAS GENERALES Adscripción: 204.376,00 m2 Dársenas: 52.756,03 m2 Longitud operativa de muelles: 733 m Superficie de lonja y cofradía: 4.338,90 m2 Fábrica de hielo (Cap. de almacenamiento): 300 t. Carros de varada: 3 (75, 200 y 400 t.) Grúa: 1 (5 t.) Grúas auxiliares: 1(1,6t) y 1(0,5t) Básculas fijas: 1 (60 t.) Almacenes: 44 Plazas de aparcamiento controlado: 104 SECTOR PESQUERO Embarcaciones: 27 Total capturas: 11.939,40 Tn (2012) Media últimos 10 años: 12.536,10 Tn Media últimos 5 años: 14.288,01 Tn NÁUTICA RECREATIVA Embarcaciones Matriculadas: 512 (diciembre 2012) Puestos de amarre: Atraques: 336 Fondeos: --- Puestos en marina seca: ---
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