Olbia  

4.6 (18 ratings)

Characteristics

  • Anchor
    Allowed
  • Mooring buoys
    Unavailable
  • Anchor stern to
    Unavailable
  • Lines ashore
    Recommended

Type of seabed

  • Sand

  • Mud

Protection against wind & swell

88% — Protection score
Sunny
21.9°C
19.7°C
Wind
  • Speed : 7 knots
  • North (357°)
Swell
  • Height : 0.4 m
  • North East (48°)

Reachable by dinghy

  • Beach
    Unavailable
  • Snack
    Available
  • Water
    Unavailable
  • Dock
    Available

User reviews (18 ratings)

  • Matt
    Matt — 21/06/2018
    POLAR BEAR | Sailboat — 19.55 m

    It’s possible to anchor South from the dock here or moor a boat side to on the dock, however the coastguard can ask you to leave/move from both positions if a big naval ship is coming in. Anchoring; 3-6m in thick mud, excellent holding, South of the dock, North of the big red channel markers was allowed. Mooring; go along side the dock using the big bollards to tie up, the wind is usually from the east perhaps think about ventilation, it’s hot in the summer! There is NO security at all, expect people and noise during the night and motorbikes can race up and down the car park! But it’s usually free or the Coastguard will tell you to go to the harbour office and pay €16 for two nights. Walk to the supermarket under the bridge ‘SuperPan’ or taxi to ‘Auchan ‘ a VERY large hyper market. Good chandleries are a walk away and electrical shops and car part shops are very helpful too.

    It’s possible to anchor South from the dock here or moor a boat side to on the dock, however the coastguard can ask you to leave/move from both positions if a big naval ship is coming in. Anchoring; 3-6m in thick mud, excellent holding, South of the dock, North of the big red channel markers was allowed. Mooring; go along side the dock using the big bollards to tie up, the wind is usually from the east perhaps think about ventilation, it’s hot in the summer! There is NO security at all, expect people and noise during the night and motorbikes can race up and down the car park! But it’s usually free or the Coastguard will tell you to go to the harbour office and pay €16 for two nights. Walk to the supermarket under the bridge ‘SuperPan’ or taxi to ‘Auchan ‘ a VERY large hyper market. Good chandleries are a walk away and electrical shops and car part shops are very helpful too.

  • Paule
    Paule — 17/07/2019
    eurêka | Sailboat — 14.9 m

    We docked along the South Mole Brin Wharf to protect ourselves from a reported north wind and stayed there for 2 nights. The 2 docks of the Mole was occupied by boats, but no one has not asked us however the owner of a motor cat confirmed to us that another time he had to pay a tax of 16 € to buy at the post office with the obligation to bring the proof to the captaincy office located north of the car park. At the same time a friend with a 37 feet went to La Marina and paid € 103 for one night! The city center (Corso Umberto I) is 2 steps, on the other side of the small park where it is good to cool off on the grass in the shade of many trees. A very well-stocked supermarket is about 300m to the right of the bridge just past the ESSO petrol station. The garbage cans with sorting are north of the car park to the left of a rounded building. On Tuesdays there is a very large market with fruits, vegetables, sausages and cheese Sardes, clothes at the top of Corso Umberto I, to the right of the square. To make matters worse, we were fortunate to find a water leak from the watering system at the end of the wharf that allowed us to redo our water and other boaters. The evenings in the city center are very lively and there are a multitude of restaurants where you can enjoy excellent pizzas. A small downside however: there are many walkers in the evening and some may speak a little too loud but some boaters also forget that others would like to sleep! This remains a stop to remember.

    Nous nous sommes amarrés le long du quai Sud du Mole Brin pour se protéger d'un coup de vent de Nord annoncé et y sommes restés 2 nuits. Les 2 quais du Mole était occupés par des bateaux, mais personne ne nous a rien réclamé cependant le propriétaire d'un cata à moteur nous a confirmé qu'une autre fois il avait du s'acquitter d'une taxe de 16€ à acheter à la poste avec obligation de ramener le justificatif à la capitainerie située au Nord du parking. Dans le même temps un ami avec un 37 pieds est allé à La Marina et a payé 103€ pour une nuit ! Le centre ville ( Corso Umberto I) est à 2 pas, de l'autre côté du petit parc où il fait bon se rafraîchir sur le gazon à l'ombre des nombreux arbres. Un supermarché très bien achalandé est à environ 300 m à droite du pont juste après la station service ESSO. Les poubelles avec tri sélectif sont au nord du parking à gauche d'un bâtiment arrondi. Le mardi il y a un très grand marché avec fruits, légumes , charcuterie et fromage Sardes , vêtements tout en haut du Corso Umberto I, à droite de la place. Comble de bonheur, nous avons eu la chance de trouver une fuite d'eau du systeme d'arrosage en bout de quai qui nous a permis de refaire notre plein d'eau ainsi qu'à d'autres plaisanciers. Les soirees en centre ville sont très animées et on y trouve une multitude de restaurants où on peut y déguster d'excellentes pizzas. Un petit bémol cependant: il y a beaucoup de promeneurs en soirée et certains peuvent parler un peu trop fort mais certains plaisanciers oublient également que d'autres aimeraient dormir! Çà reste toutefois une halte à retenir.

  • Yves
    Yves — 17/07/2016
    Swing Out | Sailboat — 13.82 m

    Possibility of anchorage near the city center Good wind protection

    Possibilité de mouillage proche du centre ville Bonne protection du vent

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