Puerto de Gandia, Valencia, Valencia, Spain
General - Puerto de Gandia is a commercial and fishing port on the E coast of Spain. Approach and entry are easy and there is good shelter once inside from all but SE gales. The yacht marina in on the N side of the harbour. The harbour is known for the large amount of oranges it exports.
Position - 39º 00' N 0º 09' W
Charts - British Admiralty 1458, 1701 Spanish 4752, 834 French 7296, 4719
Approach & Entrance - From the S round the high Cabo San Antonio. Pass the breakwaters of Denia and stay 4 miles off to avoid rough seas around the shallow area of Algar de la Almadraba. Puerto de Gandia can be recognized from the cranes, houses and breakwaters. From the N round Cabo Cullera. Puerto de Gandia can be identified by blocks of flats. To enter approach the northern breakwater on a W course and leave its head 50m to starboard. Follow the breakwater at this distance and the entrance to the yacht marina is dead ahead.
Berths - Ask at the Club Nautico
Marina Contact ;
VHF Ch - 9
Maximum Length - 25m
Water - On the pontoons.
Electric - On the pontoons.
Diesel - At the Club Nautico
Other Facilities & Services - 70 tonne travel hoist. 10 tonne crane, Slipway. Repairs to engine. GRP work. Painting. Joinery.
Chandlers - Within the marina complex
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Fishing Tackle - Not Known
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Shopping - There are a few shops near the Club Nautico. More to the S and W of Puerto de Gandia and many more in the town of Gandia where there is also a daily market.