Yacht Port Cartagena 

4.4 (34 ratings)
  • 37° 35' 48" N, 0° 58' 48" W / See on the map

About Yacht Port Cartagena

  • 310
    Berths
  • 12 m
    Draft
  • 140 m
    Length
  • 9
    VHF channel
  • +34 968 12 12 13
    Phone

Yacht Port Cartagena is a quiet and cozy marina, located a few minutes walk from the historic center of the city, of great tourist and cultural interest. The marina has 310 mooring points for all types of boats: sailboats, motor boats and catamarans. It has fingers for greater comfort and safety of docking, in addition to special moorings for megayachts up to 140 meters in length. The natural shelter offered by the hills surrounding the city and the La Curra and Christmas dykes make Yacht Port Cartagena one of the safest ports in the Mediterranean, in a privileged location equidistant from Palma de Mallorca and Gibraltar.

Harbour office

Période ~ 01/01 - 31/12
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Services and equipments

  • Electricity
  • Water
    Optional
  • Showers
  • Restrooms
  • Fuel
    Payment by card available
  • Sewage water facility
  • WIFI
    Paying
  • Boat ramp
    Not available
  • Recycling
  • Bicycles
    Not available
  • Car rental
  • Video surveillance
  • Night watchman
  • Laundromat
  • Ice for sale
  • Shipchandler
  • Customs clearance
    Not available
  • Lifting crane
    Max weight: 200 tons
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User reviews (34 ratings)

Hospitality
| 4.5/5
Cleanliness
| 4.5/5
Services
| 4.4/5
Proximity of shops
| 4.3/5
Tourism
| 4.4/5
  • Jonah
    Jonah ~ 07/11/2020
    Galapago | Sailboat ~ 18.64 m
    Verified review

    Big, well sheltered port, with pontoon fingers rather than med moorings. Cartagena is completely hidden as you approach from the sea, with only the oil port visible on the whole rocky coast, looking like Thunderbirds in Supermarionation. The marineros are competent, pontoon fingers are good, and shops and restaurants not too far. A minor, but universal quibble is that Navily obviously provided our scanned Registration and insurance when booking, but marina offices insist on scanning the originals? On departure there was a slightly bizarre circumstance, in which two oficinos were looking directly at us at the Covid window without any human sign for long, long minutes! Like a scene in a Patrick O’Brian novel where someone stares straight at Bonden for a good long time, after which he says “Well, you’ll remember me, mate”! Anyway, this is a good reliable port that we’ve visited several times and will come back.

    Big, well sheltered port, with pontoon fingers rather than med moorings. Cartagena is completely hidden as you approach from the sea, with only the oil port visible on the whole rocky coast, looking like Thunderbirds in Supermarionation. The marineros are competent, pontoon fingers are good, and shops and restaurants not too far. A minor, but universal quibble is that Navily obviously provided our scanned Registration and insurance when booking, but marina offices insist on scanning the originals? On departure there was a slightly bizarre circumstance, in which two oficinos were looking directly at us at the Covid window without any human sign for long, long minutes! Like a scene in a Patrick O’Brian novel where someone stares straight at Bonden for a good long time, after which he says “Well, you’ll remember me, mate”! Anyway, this is a good reliable port that we’ve visited several times and will come back.

  • Marc ~ 01/11/2020
    play | Sailboat ~ 13.3 m
    Verified review

    Perfect welcome, everyone is very competent and with a smile! Pretty and very pleasant town to stroll and do your shopping. Contrary to what I feared the museum of the Roman theater is fascinating. In short, that's good. A stopover that we recommend 100%.

    Accueil parfait, tout le monde est très compétent et avec le sourire ! Ville jolie et très agréable pour y flâner et faire ses achats. Contrairement à ce que je redoutais le musée du théâtre romain est passionnant. Bref, que du bon. Une escale que nous recommandons à 100%.

  • Stéphane
    Stéphane ~ 23/10/2020
    Jasmin | Sailboat ~ 17.3 m
    Verified review

    We stayed for 3 nights: no mooring lines here but real floating pontoons with plenty of room to settle down. Excellent. The price is a little higher than what Navily indicates: 65 € for a 57 ”, plus water and electricity. Wifi: 1 € / day, very good speed. Carrefour 20 minutes walk, you can find everything. Quite a few historic sites. It's probably worth staying there for a few days and renting a car to explore the surroundings. Friendly and available staff. The proximity to the commercial port is not a problem. Well sheltered, I recommend ...

    Nous sommes restés 3 nuits : pas de pendilles ici mais de vrais pontons flottants avec beaucoup de place pour s’installer. Excellent. Le prix est un peu plus élevé que ce qu’indique Navily : 65€ pour un 57”, eau et électricité en plus. Wifi :1€/jour, très bon débit. Carrefour a 20 minutes de marche, on y trouve tout. Pas mal de sites historiques. Ça vaut probablement le coup d’y rester quelques jours et de louer une voiture pour visiter les alentours. Personnel avenant et disponible. La proximité du port de commerce ne gêne pas. Bien abrité, je conseille...

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Museo Naval

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