Puerto de Cala Gamba, Mallorca, Balearic Islands
General - Puerto de Cala Gamba is a fishing and yachting harbour set on the S coast of Mallorca. It has depths of only 1.5m and cannot be entered with any swell from the SE - SW due to lack of depth at the entrance. Palma airport in not far away and the harbour is very noisy as a result.
Position - 39º 32.9' N 2º 41.9' E
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Approach & Entrance - From the E round Cabo Blanco and follow the coast at 1m off. When Cabo Enderrocat has been passed follow a NNW course. In the closer approach Islote Galera will be identified. Its off lying reef marked by a black and yellow can buoy with an X topmark. Puerto de Cala Gamba lies 650m to the N. From the S and W round Punta de Cala Figuera and steer NE across the Bahia de Palma. In the closer approach Islote Galera can be seen with it buoy (see above). Enter by passing through the two breakwaters on a NW course.
Berths - Secure to the visitors pontoon and ask at the office.
Marina Contact ;
VHF Ch - 9
Maximum Length - 15m
Water - On the pontoons.
Electric - On the pontoons.
Diesel & Petrol - .
Chandlers - Not Known.
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Fishing Tackle - Not Known
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Other Facilities & Services - Slipway. Slip. 5 tonne crane. Some repairs can be made.
Shopping - Some shops in the village close to Puerto de Cala Gamba and more in the local town
Eating Out - Several restaurants, cafes and bars in the village close to Puerto de Cala Gamba and numerous in the town behind
Local Area - Small beach to the E of the harbour but crowded in the summer. Palma has plenty to see and is just 3 miles away.
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