Marina de Cascais

From CruisersWiki

Jump to: navigation, search
WorldNorth AtlanticPortugalCascaisMarina de Cascais
38°41.563'N, 009°24.935'W Chart icon.png
CascaisMarina.jpg
Magnify-clip.png
Cascais Marina
Radio VHF channel 16 or 09
Phone +351 214 824 857
Fax +351 214 824 860
E-mail reception@marinacascais.pt
Berths 650
Max. length 25.0m
Max. draft 8.0m
Fuel Yes (0900 - 2000)
Water On berth
Electricity Yes
Toilets Yes
Showers Yes
Laundry Yes (tokens)
Internet WiFi
Cable TV No
Hours Winter Time: 9:00 – 18:00, Summer Time: 9:00 – 20:00
Address Casa de S. Bernardo, 2750-800 Cascais, Portugal
More notes about the marina

Marina de Cascais is situated at the town of Cascais on the north side of the mouth of the River Tejo, which flows through the capital of Portugal, Lisbon. Lisbon lies four miles upriver. A smart, full-service marina, Marina de Cascais provides a total of 650 berths for yachts up to 25 metres and in minimum depths of 6.0 metres. Larger vessels can be berthed on a pontoon outside the northern breakwater, which can accept vessels up to 50 metres long.

Communication

Call Marina de Cascais on VHF channel 09. Office hours are: (summer) 09.00 - 19.00; (winter) 09.00 - 18.00. Outside those hours or if no response, berth on the reception quay and report to the marina office when open.

Navigation

Cascais is situated nine miles SE of Cabo da Roca and four miles W of the entrance to Lisbon. If approaching from the north, stay one mile off Cabo da Roca and Cabo Rasa. Leave the three S cardinal buoys and a further red can buoy to port as you pass along the southern breakwater. If approaching from the south, pass Cabo Espichel then steer a course of 331º, leaving a red pillar buoy one mile to port. The marina is entered from the NE. Keep clear of the end of the breakwater, leaving an unlit small red buoy to port. The reception quay is immediately to starboard on entering.

Berthing

Berthing assistance may be provided by calling in advance on VHF channel 09.

Facilities

  • Toilets and showers
  • Laundrette
  • Several restaurants and bars
  • Supermarket
  • Hairdresser
  • ATM/cashpoint
  • Chandlery

Repairs

Large boatyard with full range of services. Travel hoist (70T). Crane (2.0T). Slipway. Most engine, electrical and electronic repairs. Sail repairs.

Security

Good (24hr security and smart card entry to pontoons)).

Location

The marina is just five minutes walk from the centre of town, where there are plentiful shops, restaurants and museums.

Transportation

Price

For the latest prices see Price Listing.

Daily mooring rate for typical 13 metre yacht (April 2013): Euros 46.50 (May - Sept); Euros 22.50 (other months).

Comments

We welcome users' contributions to the Wiki. Please click on Comments to view other users' comments, add your own personal experiences or recommend any changes to this page following your visit.

Verified by

Date of member's last visit to Marina de Cascais and this page's details validated:



This is a usable page of the cruising guide. However, please contribute if you can to help it grow further. Click on Comments to add your personal notes on this page or to discuss its contents. Alternatively, if you feel confident to edit the page, click on the edit tab at the top and enter your changes directly.


SailorSmiley.gifContributors to this page

Names: Athene of Lymington


Personal tools
advertisement
Friends of Cruisers Wiki