Marina de Saidia

Marina de Saïdia is the biggest marina in Morocco, with 800 berths for boats up to 60 metres, and space to extend to 1500 berths, It is located on Morocco’s Mediterranean coast, opposite Almería and just over 30 nm to Spanish city of Melilla. Approximately 160nm from the Gibralter Straits, it is well positioned for sailors cruising around the Mediterranean circuit.

The marina is the central point of the Saidia Resort, built in the touristic village of Saïdia, containing four 5 star hotels, two golf courses, an aqua park and a shopping mall. Many restaurants and bars can be found around the complex, together with services related to both leisure and navigation.

Services provided in the marina include:

  • 800 berths up to 60 meters LOA with water and electricity
  • Marina Office with a lounge for visitor use
  • WIFI throughout the marina
  • Large technical yard with a 100-tonne power hoist.
  • Workshops for boat maintenance and reparations (Hull, engine, electronics)
  • Sailing school
  • Boat / jetski rental
  • Restaurants and bars (20)
  • Shopping mall with large supermarket

Marina Saidia is leased by the Moroccan government to Saïdia Marina Management, and currently operated by RONAUTICA and INCAT; onwer and operator of Marina Combarro in Spain.

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