Marina de Troia 

3.3 (5 ratings)
  • 38° 29' 39" N, 8° 54' 9" W / See on the map

About Marina de Troia

  • 100
    Berths
  • 0.6 m
    Draft
  • 5.35 m
    Length
  • 9
    VHF channel
  • +351 265 498 000
    Phone

Services and equipments

  • Electricity
  • Water
  • Showers
  • Restrooms
  • Fuel
  • WIFI

User reviews (5 ratings)

Hospitality
| 3.8/5
Cleanliness
| 3.4/5
Services
| 3.2/5
Proximity of shops
| 3/5
Tourism
| 3/5
  • Elena
    Elena ~ 26/09/2020
    ZABAVA | Sailboat ~ 10.36 m

    Little Marina, which is mostly home to local ships. Not very friendly guests, which is a bit puzzling. To get to the store, you need to take the ferry that runs to Setubal every half hour. Quite expensive ticket - 7.50 euros per person. The city has an excellent fish market next to the clock tower, a grocery store. When the north wind blows into the Marina, it sways. Quite expensive parking - 40 euros for 10.3 m. Showers are comfortable and clean. Many thanks to the staff for helping with parking and getting out of the Marina in strong winds!

    Kleine Marina, in der hauptsächlich lokale Schiffe stationiert sind. Nicht sehr freundliche Gäste, was etwas rätselhaft ist. Um zum Geschäft zu gelangen, müssen Sie jede halbe Stunde die Fähre nach Setubal nehmen. Ziemlich teures Ticket - 7,50 Euro pro Person. Die Stadt hat einen ausgezeichneten Fischmarkt neben dem Glockenturm, einem Lebensmittelgeschäft. Wenn der Nordwind in die Marina weht, schwankt er. Ziemlich teures Parken - 40 Euro für 10,3 m. Die Duschen sind bequem und sauber. Vielen Dank an das Personal für die Hilfe beim Parken und das Verlassen der Marina bei starkem Wind!

  • Joe ~ 21/09/2020
    Violetta II | Sailboat ~ 11.75 m

    The small marina is heavily occupied with large motor boats and has little space and obviously even less interest in guests.

    Der kleine Yachthafen ist stark mit großen Motorbooten belegt und hat wenig Platz und offensichtlich noch weniger Interesse an Gästen.

  • Leo ~ 06/07/2020
    Dragonfly | Sailboat ~ 11.3 m

    Small marina with very welcoming and helpful staff. The fuel pontoon is really crowded on high season weekends and lots of boats are drifting around the marina entrance waiting for an opportunity to refuel. Some attention is needed if you leave your boat on the sea-breaking pontoon, close to this entrance. Regarding depth, the entrance looks narrow and very close to the beach but is deep enough. My sailing boat needs at least 2mts depth and I was getting in on a very low-tide (full moon) with no issues at all. Just kept on the opposite side of the beach. Restaurantes, coffee places, ATM, free public toilets, a casino, a mini market 15 minutes walking and a nice beach are all available on the surroundings. Tróia is a beautiful place, nice to relax as you have thousands of beaches (river and ocean ones) around and easily accessible by dinghy. Definitely a place to visit and a nice and safe harbor to leave your boat for a couple of days.

    Small marina with very welcoming and helpful staff. The fuel pontoon is really crowded on high season weekends and lots of boats are drifting around the marina entrance waiting for an opportunity to refuel. Some attention is needed if you leave your boat on the sea-breaking pontoon, close to this entrance. Regarding depth, the entrance looks narrow and very close to the beach but is deep enough. My sailing boat needs at least 2mts depth and I was getting in on a very low-tide (full moon) with no issues at all. Just kept on the opposite side of the beach. Restaurantes, coffee places, ATM, free public toilets, a casino, a mini market 15 minutes walking and a nice beach are all available on the surroundings. Tróia is a beautiful place, nice to relax as you have thousands of beaches (river and ocean ones) around and easily accessible by dinghy. Definitely a place to visit and a nice and safe harbor to leave your boat for a couple of days.

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