Details for Marina de Garrucha

Marina de Garrucha

Display in The Interactive Cruising Guidebook
Average rating 3.0 stars from 3 reviews

Address Garrucha

Phone+34 950 132 410

After hours contact

Facility type

Marina - YES
Club - NO
Fuel - YES
Repair - NO
Municipal - NO
Other - NO

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Owner, manager



Payments acceptedCredit cards - NO
Checks - NO

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Operation (seasonal or year-round)
Year round

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Tide & current additional info


Approach: Unknown
Transient dockage: Unknown
Fuel dock: Unknown

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Dock typesWood - NO
Concrete - NO
Floating - NO
Fixed - NO
T/Alongside - NO
Other - NO

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Size restrictionsLOA max: Unknown
Beam max: Unknown

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Transient: Unknown
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Transient: Unknown
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AC power30 amp - NO
50 amp - NO
100 amp - NO

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Pets welcomeUnknown

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Reviews for Marina de Garrucha
Just a stop, 2015-07-17
Captain: , Sydney (170)

We called the marina office before we arrived there. There was no need for it as marina is mostly empty. Facilities are rather less than basic - one shower, two toilets for men. On arrival we wanted to buy some fuel but the station was unattended due to a festival. The manager of the marina, on the other hand, waited for us and helped with the lines. We paid about EU37 (12.3m yacht) for the night. There was a ship that was loaded with some dust but the wind was not blowing towards the marina. The town was rather dull but supermarket (closed due to the festival) was close by.
Good stop to break the journey but that’s about it.

Gypsum Loading from open mound at port using diggers and trucks, 2013-06-01
Captain: , Busselton (144)

Be very careful not to take a berth at this marina when there is a pile of Gypsum. No boat being loaded does not prevent a parade of open trucks and diggers building the mound, then when a ship arrives all hell breaks loose and the dust coats everything. The mound is about 150 metres from the end of the Marina. Gypsum is apparently used to make plaster board (Gyprock) and plaster of Paris. Poor Bijoux! We knew it was our mistake, but never realised the consequences! It is everywhere inside and outside the boat.
This is the new Marina which is directly next to the old Marina, and I would say both are as risky as the other. Beware yelling and arm waving of angry Marinero at old Marina, we were not sure where to berth, and attched ourselves to the fuel berth of the old Marina, we are a 48 foot cat and did not fit in the old Marina. There appears to be some ugly turf war and poor young man at the old Marina could not contain his anger.

A New Expanded Marina, 2012-12-29
Captain: , Rock Hall MD (40)

After reading the cruising guide, we expected to have problems getting a berth for the night. Boy, were we wrong! The marina has completed its expansion in early 2012 and is up and running except the heads and administrative office are in temporary buildings during final construction of the main building which was well underway as of August 2012. The shocker was that the layout of the harbor has radically changed. It has doubled in size. There is now a brand new modern 250+ slip facility where the charts show a solid strip of land on the north end of the harbor. Apparently the word about the expansion had not gotten out and there were so few boats, we were able to tie up abeam rather than stern too as the layout is designed. Entrance is still from the South, but after passing the old harbor to port, which is two-blocked with local boats, you will enter the fully equipped new marina. At the foot of the marina, the town of Garrucha is a mad scene of Spanish tourists with a boardwalk like atmosphere, open air markets and dozens of restaurants to consider.

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