Real Club Náutico de Ribadeo 

4 (11 ratings)
  • 43° 32' 24" N, 7° 2' 11" W / See on the map

About Real Club Náutico de Ribadeo

  • 620
    Berths
  • 5 m
    Draft
  • 18 m
    Length
  • 9
    VHF channel
  • +34 982 12 04 28
    Phone

Harbour office

Période ~ 01/05 - 15/06
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Services and equipments

  • Electricity
  • Water
    Included in the price
  • Showers
  • Restrooms
  • Fuel
    Payment by card available
  • Sewage water facility
  • WIFI
    Free
  • Boat ramp
  • Recycling
  • Bicycles
    Not available
  • Car rental
    Not available
  • Video surveillance
  • Night watchman
    Not available
  • Laundromat
  • Ice for sale
    Not available
  • Shipchandler
  • Customs clearance
    Not available
  • Lifting crane
    Max weight: 32 tons
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User reviews (11 ratings)

Hospitality
| 4.1/5
Cleanliness
| 4.3/5
Services
| 3.7/5
Proximity of shops
| 4/5
Tourism
| 3.9/5
  • Rikki-Maria & Chris
    Rikki-Maria & Chris ~ 26/07/2019
    Hecuba | Sailboat ~ 14 m

    Waited a long time to come here. Our greeting was horrid as we were screamed at by the man who berthed us making us feel unwelcome. Firstly he guided us to a berth way too small for our 4.5 meter width. when we refused to squeeze in due to the current, wind and size, we settled for another berth we fitted into with him still yelling at us. To alight, we had to stand on the metal bit surrounding the big poles that held the jetty in place. lm short so was stressed everytime we had to alight. The town was nice as were the restaurants. we went into the city which was delightful. Having said all that, the man who helped us depart was very kind.

    Waited a long time to come here. Our greeting was horrid as we were screamed at by the man who berthed us making us feel unwelcome. Firstly he guided us to a berth way too small for our 4.5 meter width. when we refused to squeeze in due to the current, wind and size, we settled for another berth we fitted into with him still yelling at us. To alight, we had to stand on the metal bit surrounding the big poles that held the jetty in place. lm short so was stressed everytime we had to alight. The town was nice as were the restaurants. we went into the city which was delightful. Having said all that, the man who helped us depart was very kind.

  • Pierrot
    Pierrot ~ 29/08/2019
    L'Art de Lo | Sailboat ~ 11.3 m

    Port easy to access, stay in the middle of the channel and aim for the right side of the bridge (height 32m). Very welcome, the marineiro is listening.

    Port facile d’accès, rester au milieu du chenal et viser le côté droit du pont ( hauteur 32m). Très bon accueil, le marineiro est à l’écoute.

  • Manuel ~ 27/07/2019
    Bella Impossibile | Sailboat ~ 12 m

    The „ziczac“ all weather approach is fairly easy at night and well lit. I called the office in advance but that’s not really required. Large boats (>13m) tie on the hammerheads. Smaller boats (<10m) might be re-allocated to another pontoon otherwise the pontoon nearest to the entrance is meant for visitors. The mentioned swell was observed from us slightly from passing motorboats during daytime. Calm at nights, also on the Southside of the pontoon. Admitting we’ve stayed in fair weather, slight north-swell outside. Which really distracted our sleep has been the French crew arriving at 3am with a 12m DIY Steelyacht not able to tie their vessel within 15min even with bow thrusters in barely „no wind“ manned by 8crew, followed by a loud discussion... Merci! The sanitaries are reasonably okay - we have seen much worse - warm showers, clean pots. Laundry 2€/hour. A visit of downtown takes you a 15min walk up the steep hill, unless you use the nearby elevator. Lively downtown, bars restaurants, barbers and shoes for the ladies. Chinese “chandlers-like” shop sells everything. Nice hike to the lighthouse and this „odd bridge“ which you can see during the approach onto starboard. (Offers a great view onto Asturias). Enough to see for 1 or 2 nights. Heavy Rain after long dry periods turns the harbour into a nasty stinking soup of toiletpaper and feces. However that disappeared to be clean water after we returned from dinner at downtown.

    The „ziczac“ all weather approach is fairly easy at night and well lit. I called the office in advance but that’s not really required. Large boats (>13m) tie on the hammerheads. Smaller boats (<10m) might be re-allocated to another pontoon otherwise the pontoon nearest to the entrance is meant for visitors. The mentioned swell was observed from us slightly from passing motorboats during daytime. Calm at nights, also on the Southside of the pontoon. Admitting we’ve stayed in fair weather, slight north-swell outside. Which really distracted our sleep has been the French crew arriving at 3am with a 12m DIY Steelyacht not able to tie their vessel within 15min even with bow thrusters in barely „no wind“ manned by 8crew, followed by a loud discussion... Merci! The sanitaries are reasonably okay - we have seen much worse - warm showers, clean pots. Laundry 2€/hour. A visit of downtown takes you a 15min walk up the steep hill, unless you use the nearby elevator. Lively downtown, bars restaurants, barbers and shoes for the ladies. Chinese “chandlers-like” shop sells everything. Nice hike to the lighthouse and this „odd bridge“ which you can see during the approach onto starboard. (Offers a great view onto Asturias). Enough to see for 1 or 2 nights. Heavy Rain after long dry periods turns the harbour into a nasty stinking soup of toiletpaper and feces. However that disappeared to be clean water after we returned from dinner at downtown.

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