Yasmine Hammamet 

4.3 (12 ratings)

About Yasmine Hammamet

  • 704
    Berths
  • 110 m
    Length
  • 6 m
    Draft
  • 9
    VHF channel
  • +216 72 241 111
    Phone

Harbour office

Période ~ 01/01 - 31/12
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
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Services and equipments

  • Electricity
  • Water
    Optional for boats above 10 meters
  • Showers
  • Restrooms
  • Fuel
    Payment by card unavailable
  • 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
  • Lifting crane
    Max weight: 150 tons
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User reviews (12 ratings)

Hospitality
| 4.8/5
Cleanliness
| 4.1/5
Services
| 4.4/5
Proximity of shops
| 3.8/5
Tourism
| 4.2/5
  • Jon
    Jon ~ 28/04/2021
    Nimpto | Sailboat ~ 10 m

    On arrival you'll immediately be told by the port police that a 'gift' is required to be given. This sets the scene for your stay in Tunisia. The Imhed, the port captain is a really nice guy, who is clearly working hard to make this marina more like European marinas than other marinas in Tunisia, however he is fighting against a system that is unlikely to change any time soon. Some of the marina staff are also worthy of a positive mention, including the ex navy diver (I forget his name), and Samir, one of the night managers. But, these good people are few in number and most others make you feel unwelcome and uncomfortable. The marina restaurants are overpriced and the food quality is poor. I wouldn't recommend that anyone has any work done here, as it's expensive and the you'll likely have to redo the work when you eventually get to another country. Again, there are exceptions to this, notably Adel who can be trusted to equip your boat with an excellent Bimini or other canvas work, at a very reasonable price. The marina is a fair distance from any decent shops, so expect to have to take taxis to purchase anything required. The (mostly French) expat community, supported by the port captain is a great group of people who will offer help and advice to any newcomers. Maybe in a few years this will become an area worthy of a repeat visit, but for the moment, mostly because of the social and political situation in Tunisia, I would recommend venturing further along the coast to Morocco if North Africa is on your list of places to visit.

    On arrival you'll immediately be told by the port police that a 'gift' is required to be given. This sets the scene for your stay in Tunisia. The Imhed, the port captain is a really nice guy, who is clearly working hard to make this marina more like European marinas than other marinas in Tunisia, however he is fighting against a system that is unlikely to change any time soon. Some of the marina staff are also worthy of a positive mention, including the ex navy diver (I forget his name), and Samir, one of the night managers. But, these good people are few in number and most others make you feel unwelcome and uncomfortable. The marina restaurants are overpriced and the food quality is poor. I wouldn't recommend that anyone has any work done here, as it's expensive and the you'll likely have to redo the work when you eventually get to another country. Again, there are exceptions to this, notably Adel who can be trusted to equip your boat with an excellent Bimini or other canvas work, at a very reasonable price. The marina is a fair distance from any decent shops, so expect to have to take taxis to purchase anything required. The (mostly French) expat community, supported by the port captain is a great group of people who will offer help and advice to any newcomers. Maybe in a few years this will become an area worthy of a repeat visit, but for the moment, mostly because of the social and political situation in Tunisia, I would recommend venturing further along the coast to Morocco if North Africa is on your list of places to visit.

  • Maurizio
    Maurizio ~ 20/02/2021
    Mavi Veramente | Sailboat ~ 14.98 m

    Excellent marina, good reception and very competitive prices, many bars and restaurants in the port and extreme attention to safety. If you plan to stop for a long time, I recommend that you go through customs and immobilize the boat which can be easily canceled. The shipyard is recommended for hull and engine work not for electronics.

    Ottimo marina buona accoglienza e prezzi molto competitivi molti bar e ristoranti nel porto e estrema attenzione alla sicurezza. Se pensate di fermarvi a lungo raccomando di passare alla dogana e fare l’immobilizzazione della barca che si può annullare facilmente. Il cantiere è raccomandato per lavori di scafo e motore non per elettronica.

  • Carlo ~ 21/08/2020
    Spiritu De Sardigna | Sailboat ~ 14.97 m

    Good marina and friendly staff available 24 hours, much less the construction site, to be avoided absolutely. They don't know how to work, incompetent and dear. Even if you have serious problems, find another solution.

    Marina buono e personale gentile e disponibile 24 ore, molto meno il cantiere, da evitare assolutamente. Non sanno lavorare, incompetenti e cari. Anche se avete gravi problemi trovate un'altra soluzione.

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