Puerto deportivo el Masnou 

3 (9 ratings)
  • 41° 28' 31" N, 2° 18' 40" E / See on the map

About Puerto deportivo el Masnou

  • 1058
    Berths
  • 22 m
    Length
  • 4 m
    Draft
  • 9
    VHF channel
  • +34 935 40 30 00
    Phone

Services and equipments

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

User reviews (9 ratings)

Hospitality
| 3.8/5
Cleanliness
| 3/5
Services
| 3.1/5
Proximity of shops
| 2.9/5
Tourism
| 2.4/5
  • Jordy
    Jordy ~ 04/04/2021
    Shandy | Sailboat ~ 10.99 m

    We spent the winter here. Very protected and safe, no noticeable swell within the port. Sanitary facilities have long past their good days and are in desperate need of renovation, but they are clean and that is what matters, isn't it? They are also scarce, just two bathrooms and two showers in two different locations for all the port. Marineros and port staff were all super helpful and nice. There's no WiFi at all, but there's good 4G signal with Vodafone what allowed us to work remotely without any issues. Water & electricity was included in the price. There's a train station with direct access from the port and it provides a direct train to Barcelona city center. During these covid times it was very convenient that there's a Chinese restaurant within the port that provides take-away so was always open for dinner, not like the other restaurants that were only open during the allowed, and frequently changing, lunch times. Laundromat, chandlery, gas bottles & sail repairs within the port, groceries in the town. There's a nice small community of local liveaboards, which adds to the nice atmosphere of the port, but no passing liveaboards were detected. While we were there the concession for the administration of the port was about to expire, so there were some anxieties about the possible changes, like increase of prices and services provided.

    We spent the winter here. Very protected and safe, no noticeable swell within the port. Sanitary facilities have long past their good days and are in desperate need of renovation, but they are clean and that is what matters, isn't it? They are also scarce, just two bathrooms and two showers in two different locations for all the port. Marineros and port staff were all super helpful and nice. There's no WiFi at all, but there's good 4G signal with Vodafone what allowed us to work remotely without any issues. Water & electricity was included in the price. There's a train station with direct access from the port and it provides a direct train to Barcelona city center. During these covid times it was very convenient that there's a Chinese restaurant within the port that provides take-away so was always open for dinner, not like the other restaurants that were only open during the allowed, and frequently changing, lunch times. Laundromat, chandlery, gas bottles & sail repairs within the port, groceries in the town. There's a nice small community of local liveaboards, which adds to the nice atmosphere of the port, but no passing liveaboards were detected. While we were there the concession for the administration of the port was about to expire, so there were some anxieties about the possible changes, like increase of prices and services provided.

  • Paul max ~ 02/10/2019
    Storich | Sailboat ~ 8.5 m

    30 euros for one night in October. No trade nearby. See Badalone 14 euros per night up to 10 m with super shops nearby.

    30 euros pour une nuit en octobre. Aucun commerce à proximité. Voir Badalone 14 euros la nuit jusqu'à 10 m avec des commerces super à proximité.

  • Luca
    Luca ~ 19/09/2019
    Ries | Motorboat ~ 30.48 m

    No service, no wifi and no power the all dock loose power every hour or so due to ancient power installation.

    No service, no wifi and no power the all dock loose power every hour or so due to ancient power installation.

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