Marina Puerto America 

3.7 (38 ratings)
  • 36° 32' 28" N, 6° 16' 59" W / See on the map

About Marina Puerto America

  • 32
    Berths
  • 16 m
    Length
  • 3.5 m
    Draft
  • 9
    VHF channel
  • +34 856 58 00 02
    Phone

Services and equipments

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

User reviews (38 ratings)

Hospitality
| 4/5
Cleanliness
| 3.9/5
Services
| 3.7/5
Proximity of shops
| 2.6/5
Tourism
| 4.5/5
  • Marcin
    Marcin ~ 18/04/2021
    BeBrave | Sailboat ~ 15.5 m

    Friendly stuff and well protected marina. In case of Calima - your boat will be covered totalny with fine yellow sand (than just have....have rain is the only solution). 25 min walk to the city - good, if you eat a lot like I do :). Marina is surrounded by commercial port with topiąc consequences. Old town of Cadiz is definitely worth seeing. Good restaurants. No marine shops or services for yachts - just VolvoPenta friendly service.

    Friendly stuff and well protected marina. In case of Calima - your boat will be covered totalny with fine yellow sand (than just have....have rain is the only solution). 25 min walk to the city - good, if you eat a lot like I do :). Marina is surrounded by commercial port with topiąc consequences. Old town of Cadiz is definitely worth seeing. Good restaurants. No marine shops or services for yachts - just VolvoPenta friendly service.

  • Alejandro
    Alejandro ~ 15/04/2021
    Pólux | Sailboat ~ 11.73 m

    Good port of passage, good price, without sailors.

    Buen puerto de paso, buen precio, sin marineros.

  • Syruffian ~ 17/03/2021
    Ruffian of Amble | Sailboat ~ 12.2 m

    The visitor berths for Marina Puerto America are in the outer basin on pontoons H and I. I pontoon is the first branch as you enter. H is for boats under 12m and I is for boats over 12m. There is a spacious gap between H and I making for easy manoeuvring. For best protection from the Levant (strong East wind) and consequent surge, aim to get a berth as close to the access ramp as you can. The marina staff are very friendly and will come help you berth if you radio them up first, even at night. Although the night staff only speak Spanish the office staff in the day speak excellent English. All the pontoons are serviced with water and electricity. The fuel berth is at the end of the wall separating the two basins. The good, clean showers and laundry (€3.50 wash, €2.00 dry) are located in a separate building beside the inner basin. It is a long walk into town so bicycles or scooters are handy. From tourist info obtain a self guided walking tour map so you can navigate by the painted lines on the street and see the best parts of this fascinating historic city. There is an excellent dedicated bike path that circumnavigates Cadiz. Special Winter (COVID) rate for 12.19m €18.76/day including water, electric and taxes.

    The visitor berths for Marina Puerto America are in the outer basin on pontoons H and I. I pontoon is the first branch as you enter. H is for boats under 12m and I is for boats over 12m. There is a spacious gap between H and I making for easy manoeuvring. For best protection from the Levant (strong East wind) and consequent surge, aim to get a berth as close to the access ramp as you can. The marina staff are very friendly and will come help you berth if you radio them up first, even at night. Although the night staff only speak Spanish the office staff in the day speak excellent English. All the pontoons are serviced with water and electricity. The fuel berth is at the end of the wall separating the two basins. The good, clean showers and laundry (€3.50 wash, €2.00 dry) are located in a separate building beside the inner basin. It is a long walk into town so bicycles or scooters are handy. From tourist info obtain a self guided walking tour map so you can navigate by the painted lines on the street and see the best parts of this fascinating historic city. There is an excellent dedicated bike path that circumnavigates Cadiz. Special Winter (COVID) rate for 12.19m €18.76/day including water, electric and taxes.

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