Located in the centre of Las Palmas de Gran
Canaria it is one of the most suitable ports to prepare for an Atlantic crossing, is home to the ARC (Atlantic Rally for Cruisers).
Tel: (+34) 928 234 960 / (+34) 922 412 536
VHF Ch. 11
Warning: on entering or leaving the harbour contact Port Control on channel 16 or 10.
Moor: the marina, Muelle Deportivo, lies at the southern end of the main harbour and it is run by the Port Authority. Yachts should keep to the the starboard side of the narrow entrance as the marina side is fouled and shallow. Arriving yachts should go the marina reception berth where a port official will meet them and assign a berth. (Reception Pontoon on your port side - do not go to a pontoon unless instructed to do so by a port official). At night tie up alongside reception pontoon or anchor just north of marina entrance. Water and electricity to all berths and shower blocks close to all pontoons operated with magnetic cards that can be obtained in the marina office (deposit required).
October - November:
- October - first week of November - yachts in transit are allowed to stay in the marina for 3-5 days (space permitting).
- last 3 weeks of November - all available berths are reserved for the ARC.
1250 berths; max LOA 50 m; max draught 5 m
Anchor: N of the marina; although not free it is cheap. When busy, anchor with stern lines to the marina breakwater. No anchoring is permitted in the bay between March 15 till Sept 15.
The Airport is 15 minutes drive from the Marina. Several bars and restaurants in the marina and plenty in the town. Launderette open 24 hours 7 days a week.