Puerto de Morro Jable 

2.9 (10 ratings)
  • 28° 2' 58" N, 14° 21' 36" W / See on the map

About Puerto de Morro Jable

  • Berths
  • 2 m
    Draft
  • 13.72 m
    Length
  • 9
    VHF channel
  • Phone

Services and equipments

  • Electricity
  • Water
  • Showers
  • Restrooms
  • WIFI

User reviews (10 ratings)

Hospitality
| 3/5
Cleanliness
| 2.7/5
Services
| 3/5
Proximity of shops
| 2.6/5
Tourism
| 3.3/5
  • Rosaleen ~ 24/02/2020
    Magic Elfin | Sailboat ~ 11.25 m

    Very nice place. Busy marina with tourist boats but very quiet in the evening. 15 minute walk to the town which is also very touristic but very nice waterfront and long promenade in front of the most beautiful fine golden sand beach. Lots of bars and restaurants and nice atmosphere! There are about 3 visitor berths with finger pontoons in the eastern part all on the pontoon nearest the entrance. This is where you need to go as the western side where there are Mediterranean moorings are not maintained. We only got to stay one night as there was a forecast of strong south east winds and we would not be sheltered. The price for us was 11.97€ and included water and electricity. Sometimes the harbour master is out and about but you will get him in his office at some stage !

    Very nice place. Busy marina with tourist boats but very quiet in the evening. 15 minute walk to the town which is also very touristic but very nice waterfront and long promenade in front of the most beautiful fine golden sand beach. Lots of bars and restaurants and nice atmosphere! There are about 3 visitor berths with finger pontoons in the eastern part all on the pontoon nearest the entrance. This is where you need to go as the western side where there are Mediterranean moorings are not maintained. We only got to stay one night as there was a forecast of strong south east winds and we would not be sheltered. The price for us was 11.97€ and included water and electricity. Sometimes the harbour master is out and about but you will get him in his office at some stage !

  • Antoine ~ 09/01/2020
    Eurydice | Sailboat ~ 12.5 m

    This port is not (yet) turned towards yachting. It is above all a ferry landing and a charming little fishing port. There is no reception per se nor port services. You can go put yourself on the trunk on the pontoons of the dock by entering on the left or try the place at the quay just under the gas station. (Watch out for the drawdown ...). But there is no place on the pontoons of the central port. No service ... no sanitation, no water, no Wi-Fi, nothing ... it's free. But the port is a defender of the biosphere and therefore very clean. We see rays every night. Despite everything nice. Last thing: contrary to what Navionics says, there is indeed 3 m of water even at low water under the gas station at the bottom of the port (I stayed there with my 2m40 ...).

    Ce port n’est pas (encore) tourné vers la plaisance. C’est avant tout un débarcadère à ferries et un charmant petit port de pêche. Il n’y a pas d’accueil à proprement parler ni de services portuaire. Vous pouvez aller vous mettre sur le coffre sur les pontons de la darse en entrant à gauche ou bien tenter la place à quai juste sous la station-service. (Attention au marnage...). Mais il n’y a pas de place sur les pontons du port central. Aucun service... ni sanitaires, ni eau, ni Wi-Fi, ni rien... c’est gratuit. Mais le port est défenseur de la biosphere et donc très propre. On voit des raies tous les soirs. Malgré tout sympa. Dernière chose : contrairement à ce que dit Navionics, il y a bien 3 m d’eau même à basse mer sous la station-service au fond du port (j’y ai séjourné avec mes 2m40...).

  • Ulysse ~ 27/11/2019
    Crumeyrolle | Sailboat ~ 10 m

    The port is a very good shelter before crossing to Gran Canaria. No sanitary.

    Le port est un abri très correct avant de traverser vers Gran Canaria. Pas de sanitaires.

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