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Puerto Deportivo de Las Palmas
Autoridad portuaria de las Palmas, C/ Joaquín Blanco Torrent S/N, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria 35005, Canary Islands, Spain

T:+34 928 234 960
F:+34 928 232 378
Contact:Mr Manuel Barroso

LAT/LONG 28°07.9'N/15°25.4'W
VHF 11/12
Port Photo

Las Palmas on Gran Canaria is the capital city of the Canary Islands. The archipelago is just 96 kilometres from the African coast and consists of seven islands and many smaller islets. The Trade Winds guarantee that summers are warm and winters mild. Las Palmas is a busy port and is often used by yachts on their way from Europe to the Caribbean. Once marking the most distant point in the known world, the islands become busy in November to January with yachts preparing to sail westward. The Principe Asturias regatta is also held here in September/October.

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; WiFi
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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.

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