Marina de Portimão

Surrounded by some of the most beautiful beaches of Europe, Marina de Portimão has assumed the leading position in Portugal as a preferred superyacht destination.
Located in the safest harbour of the country, at the Arade River estuary with over 25-hectares, Marina de Portimão is framed by the historical forts of Santa Catarina and São João, and affords excellent back-up facilities.

The marina has plenty of draught meaning that vessels can come and go at any time of the tide. It also has a wide entrance and plenty of room for maneuvering, protected from the prevailing winds.
The marina is located within a luxury condominium that includes an exclusive beach, restaurants, shops, bars and fabulous oceanic swimming-pool all facing the sea. The facilities include round-the-clock security as well as private car-parking.

With 620 moorings available for rental for short and long stays, Marina de Portimão can receive boats up to 50m LOA, with maximum draught of 4.5 metres.

The moorings are equipped with 16/32/63 amp. electricity and water and there is a daily collection of rubbish and oil. The entrance to the Marina is easy to access given that it is the most ample in Portugal. This Marina provides a variety of sea-related tourist activities.

The Marina de Portimão Boatyard, which covers a total area of 30.000 m2, is located in the Portimão Fishing Port and is equipped with a travel hoist with a lifting capacity for boats up to 300 tonnes and catamarans with up to 9 metres beam, offering a vast range of quality services.

Number of berths: 620

 

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