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This busy port is situated midway down the eastern shore of the island.

It is mandatory that visiting yachts call La Palma Port Control on VHF channel 06 when two miles out for permission to enter. They must also be contacted prior to departure.

Position 28º40.18' N, 17º45.90' W (harbour entrance).

Clearance

Arriving yachts should proceed into the new marina.

The paperwork from the marina then needs to be taken to the Policia Nacional in the Maritime Passenger Station, is located inside the port terminal building on the pier where cruise and ferry passengers embark.

The Immigration office  is also here. If you are not a citizen of an EU country, you will be sent here to pass through border control.

Office hours: 0800-1400.

It is permitted to stop at La Gomera or El Hierro after clearance, although the Policia Nacional does not have an office at either port which can handle clearance paperwork.

Last updated November 2017.

Port Office
Tel:922 412121 Fax:922 420732 ,VHF Channel 16 (office hours), 71 (Security 24hrs)
The office is located in the low Port Authority building across the road from the main harbour gates.

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Photo from http://www.caleromarinas.com/marinas/la-palma

On approach, beware of the rocks on the south and south west side of the port. Be sure to give way to commercial and fishing vessels.

The new marina here is well-placed for visitors; located on the doorstep of La Palma’s historic capital and only 10 minutes from the international airport.

The entrance to the new marina is on the western side, near the Club Nautico.

The marina offers good protection from all directions. A new anti-swell door has been installed and should help with the previous problem of swell from both the wind and commercial shipping/ferry movement. It is advisable to use heavy dock lines, with chafe guards and plenty of fenders.

Last updated November 2017.

Marina La Palma
Dársena de embarcaciones menores del Puerto de Santa Cruz de La Palma , 38700 Santa Cruz de La Palma , Canary Islands, Spain
Tel:+34 922 410 289 ,VHF Channel 13
Opening hours: Marina Reception: Mon-Fri: 9:00-13:00 & 17:00-19:00. Sat. 9:00-13:00 / Fuel dock: Monday - Saturday 08:00 – 20:00 Sunday 08:00 – 15.30
New Marina complex with shops and restaurants, next to town. Offers 180 berths, 100 slips for visiting boats. WiFi, chandlery, showers & laundry, waste facilities. English and Spanish spoken Use of yacht club facilities (including pool) for marina guests. Good security.
This marina is offering a 10% discount to Noonsite readers. Just mention Noonsite when booking in.

Yacht Clubs

In the harbour's recent redevelopment, the small bay and beach next to the Club Nautico have been filled in to provide storage space for containers, so that the Club is now marooned ashore. The Club is famous for its hospitality, and now welcomes visiting yachts who are berthed at the new marina. Temporary membership is included in the marina docking fees and full use of the facilities at the club are permitted. These include formal dining, spectacular indoor and outdoor pools, a fitness centre and dinghy and kayak rentals.

thib119
thib119 says:
Apr 23, 2017 09:52 AM

I spent 9 days here and I paid 110 euros for a 10m yacht, nice staff, clean showers, fast wifi. The ban on hanging laundry to dry on the boat is not enforced, but still it is best not to abuse it. The marina is well situated, within walking distance of the historical centre, supermarkets and the bus station from where to explore the island. No facilities for parts or repairs.

It is mandatory to call Port Control on channel 6 to request permission to enter and to leave. The swell was not much of a problem when I was there, but this marina has no protection from the south-east. The pier that separates the marina from the commercial port is also used by the Fred Olsen ferry, every time the ferry docks a small wake runs through the marina, enough to wake you up. Noise from the ferries and the trucks on the cargo side of the port can be a problem for the light sleeper.

Bolle
Bolle says:
Sep 20, 2016 12:35 PM

The entrance of the Marina is next to the ferry docks at the end of the harbour, not that easy to see, but it is there.

The showers, entrance to the Club Nautica pool, staff and place next to the city are very good but we would not recommend this marina to stay. We have been there for a week and the swell was terrible in the harbour also on quiet not so windy days. Also the ferries make a lot of noise during the night on weekdays. Because there are almost no visitors in the harbour the nice restaurants ad café's at looking out over the harbour are all closed.

The price is very reasonable about €16,- for an 11 m boat. They are planning to build a door in the entrance and the staff hopes that it will be installed in 2017. I do hope so for the marina and the cruisers.

Roger Kynaston
Roger Kynaston says:
Nov 22, 2013 12:50 PM

Approach is easy with no off lying hazards. You need to call La Palma Port Control on VHF channel 6 when two miles out for permission to enter. You need to do the same before leaving as well. Hold to the western side of the harbour near the string of red buoys rather than tight to the break water as there are many ferry and cruise ship movements as well as cargo ships.

Entrance to the marina can be difficult to find though it is easy at night as both sides are lit.

Marina wifi is excellent as are showers. One washing machine and dryer. For some reason there is a ban on hanging laundry out to dry on boat.

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