Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

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WorldNorth AtlanticSpainCanary IslandsGran CanariaLas Palmas de Gran Canaria
Port of Entry
28°07.678'N, 015°25.513'W Chart icon.png
Canaria LasPalmas1.jpg
Muelle Deportivo
Radio VHF channel 11
Phone +34 (928) 234 960
Fax +34 (928) 232 378
Berths 1.363
Max. length 50 m
Max. draft ?
Fuel Fuel dock
Water On berth
Electricity Yes, 220v
Toilets Yes
Showers Yes (cold)
Laundry Yes
Internet WiFi
Cable TV No
Hours ?
Address 35008 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain
More notes about the marina
The Harbor
Canaria LasPalmasMS.jpg
The Marina


It is always a good idea to call the marina in advance before arrival. You may have to use the telephone as they do not always respond to VHF.


The Las Palmas Marina (also referred to as Muelle Deportivo) is located within the large commercial harbor. Usually, dock 18 is reserved for visiting yachts. There are laid moorings. The marina is large and comfortable, it can accommodate 900 yachts. The marina office/reception berth (open daily (0700 -1200, 1700-1900) is next to the Fuel berth on the south side of the marina entrance.

Several yachts are anchored offshore, right next to the marina breakwater. This is free.


Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is a port of entry to Canary Islands. For details on procedures see Canary Islands.


An attendant will direct you to a berth.

It is the departure port for the ARC and therefore very busy/full October through 3rd week November


  • There is a Texaco fueling dock at the S of the marina entrance
  • There are several good quality restaurants and the popular Sailor's Bar. There are several restaurants in town
  • For provisions there is fresh fruit market near the commercial harbor and two large supermarkets (ask at the marina office (Hyperdino 1/2 ml S down the waterfront highway and 2 blocks back)
  • There are 3 chandleries on the west side of the marina
  • For car rental ask for Don Pedro, the owner, at the fuel dock.


  • 25-ton travel-lift - 20T and 6.25m beam.
  • There is a sailmaker near the marina office.


Locked marina gates to pontoon, frequent patrols by Port Police


Is it close to shops, tourist attractions, etc.


There are daily flights to Spain and other European destinations.


The cost was in 2005 about €10/day, depending on boat length, plus €1 deposit for the bathroom key.


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  • Excellent, a real cruisers crossroads, but cold showers --Istioploos

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  • January 2005 --Istioploos Greece Icon.png 15:26, 10 June 2008 (MDT)

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