Rapita Marina, Mallorca, Balearic Islands, Spain
General - Rapita Marina is a purpose built facility with over 500 berths. It is easy to enter in most conditions and provides good protection. However heavy swell from SE - S would make the entrance difficult and possibly dangerous.
Position - 29º 21.5' N 2º 57.3' E
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Approach & Entrance - From the E round Punta Salinas and follow the coast in a NW direction 1 mile off. Punta Puntasa and the village of Colonia Santa Jordi will be easily recognised. Cross the Ensenada de la Rapita and the village of La Rapita will be seen. Rapita Marina lies to the E of the village. From the W round Cabo Blanco and follow the coast on a E course 0.5 mile off. Punta Plana with its lighthouse will be recognised and when past it steer a NE course to the E end of the village of La Rapita. The harbour walls can be identified in the closer approach. To enter approach the head of the outer breakwater on a NW course and leave it 20m to port. Enter Rapita Marina leaving the other breakwater to starboard and the fuel jetty to port.
Berths - Secure to the visitors berth and ask at the control tower.
Marina Contact ;
VHF Ch - 9
Maximum Length - 20m
Water - On the pontoons.
Electric - On the pontoons.
Diesel & Petrol - On the fuel jetty.
Other Facilities & Services - 8 tonne crane. 50 tonne travel lift. Engine repairs. Electrical repairs. Electronic repairs. Hull repairs in GRP and wood. Showers
Shopping - Adequate shopping in the village close to Rapita Marina
Eating Out - Restaurants, bars and cafes in the village close to Rapita Marina
Chandlers - Not Known.
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Fishing Tackle - Not Known
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Train Service - Not known
Water Taxi - Not known
Ferry Service -Not known
Airport(s) - Not known
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Local Area - Excellent sandy beach 2.5 miles to SE. Several sites from the prehistoric and bronze ages.
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