Type of seabed
Sand
Rocks
Seaweed
Mud
Reachable by dinghy
Snack
Beach
Water
Dock
Anse de la Catena
3.6 (22)
Anchor
allowed
Mooring
buoys
Anchor
stern to
Lines
ashore
Protection against wind and swell
: protected
: not protected
Information
VHF 9
Phone 0033495731007
Seasonnality Yes
Number of buoys 90
Guest buoys Yes
Max length 15m
Electricity -
Water Yes
Price Yes
User reviews
 (22)
Julien --
Makaline
Type Sailboat
Multihull No
Model --
Length 11.5 m
Beam 3.61 m
Draft 2 m
Year --
Shipyard Autre(s)
Flag FR
Julien Makaline
01/08/2017

Very delicate mooring for the uninitiated. No port help despite calls. But great solidarity of the other boaters.

Amarrage très délicat pour les non initiés. Pas d'aide du port malgré les appels. Mais belle solidarité des autres plaisanciers.

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Wanderlust DNA --
Wanderlust DNA
Type Sailboat
Multihull Yes
Model Lucia 40
Length 11.73 m
Beam 6.63 m
Draft 1.25 m
Year 2017
Shipyard Fountaine Pajot
Flag GI
Wanderlust DNA Wanderlust DNA
28/06/2018

Cheapest option to visit Bonifacio. Charge is €50 for a Catamaran and €25 monohull. They knock on your hull early in the morning to collect the fee in cash. There are lazy lines to attach to your bow and then you take your own ropes back to shore. Be careful as not all lazy lines are attached to anything! Quite difficult with only two people and a bit of wind and no help if you call the marinaras on VHF 9. Luckily we had a lovely neighbor who help us in his dingy. We returned the favor to them (when they were leaving and getting pushed into another boat) and another boat entering the next day. The Sailing community is so wonderfully friendly! Bit of swell from the large ferries who park at the entrance of this Cala but the surroundings are pretty. Bonifacio is well worth the visit though! Cute hilltop village.

Cheapest option to visit Bonifacio. Charge is €50 for a Catamaran and €25 monohull. They knock on your hull early in the morning to collect the fee in cash. There are lazy lines to attach to your bow and then you take your own ropes back to shore. Be careful as not all lazy lines are attached to anything! Quite difficult with only two people and a bit of wind and no help if you call the marinaras on VHF 9. Luckily we had a lovely neighbor who help us in his dingy. We returned the favor to them (when they were leaving and getting pushed into another boat) and another boat entering the next day. The Sailing community is so wonderfully friendly! Bit of swell from the large ferries who park at the entrance of this Cala but the surroundings are pretty. Bonifacio is well worth the visit though! Cute hilltop village.

Geographical location
41° 23' 29" N, 9° 9' 22" E
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