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Puerto Deportivo Alcaidesa
Avda. Príncipe de Asturias, s/n, La Línea de la Concepción 11315, Cádiz, Spain

T:+34 956 79 10 40
F:+34 956 79 10 41
Contact:Rocío Corrales

LAT/LONG 36°09.31'N/05°22.03'W
VHF standard

The marina is divided into 3 main areas: an area for sport and pleasure boats, a commercial marina with a slipway and dry dock, and lastly a commercial and recreational area. When the development is complete the port will have a land surface area of 134,255 m2 and a sheltered water sheet of 139,760 m2 which will accommodate 624 berths for crafts ranging from 8 to 50 metres in length, and with capacity for 200 crafts of various sizes in the dry dock. The plans designed also include covered areas of more than 15,000 m2 for commercial and leisure as well as nautical use. In addition to this, around 1000 parking spaces will be created. The Marina differs from its competitors along the coastline of Andalusia in that it boasts a water and electricity supply tower for every two moorings, with independent meters and systems for pre-payment and payment based on consumption. The berths are wider than usual, being designed to accommodate modern boats, and Wi-Fi internet access is available as well as a television connection on pontoons P10, P11 and P12. All of the pontoons can be accessed independently via locking systems activated by proximity cards to allow easy access for users, and at the same time to guarantee the security of the boats.

Berth Information
Price Guide
Air Access
25-30m berths
High season
Int'l airport
30m+ berths
Low season
Alongside & Stern-to
Max length
Max draught
Max beam
Facilities available at Berth
electricity; fresh water; fuel; sewage removal; parking; cable TV; security cameras
Welcome to Superports!

With data on more than 600 Superyacht marinas, the Dockwalk team is pleased to present its online Superports directory.

Previously only available in print, the Superports directory contains information including contact details, facilities at the berth and local services. It also provides vital logistical information such as lat/long co-ordinates, berth numbers and sizes, prices and distances to local airports.

What's more, the whole thing works with Google mapping. Select a region or enter a location, rollover an anchor and see the name, location and photo of the marina. Click on it to load all the info on your chosen marina.

When you've chosen a marina, you'll notice a list of local services classifications in the right hand column. Right now it's fairly empty. That's where you come in.

We're building the site around our users, and we want to publish the things that are most useful to you. As you travel around the world, you can recommend the best bars, friendliest agents, most efficient electricians and the quickest taxis - to name but a few. And as the directory builds up, you can look up services that have been recommended by other Captains and Crew.

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