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Marina Lajes das Flores
Pua do Porto, 9960-438 Lajes das Flores
Tel:(+351) 292 593 148 Fax:(+351) 292 593 437 ,VHF Channel 16, 14
Opening hours: 08:00-17:00
Basic marina. Max length 11m. Some places for a catamaran or 15m+. Anchor first and speak with the Harbour Master. Some ocean swell. Avoid if wave height more than 2m and winds from E-NE. Boatyard with shore storage, 20 ton crane, some repairs. Credit cards accepted. Wifi available at the bar overlooking the marina.

Mechanical Repair

There is a mechanic available for engine repair via the marina.

thib119
thib119 says:
Sep 24, 2018 04:38 PM

It is now possible to pay at the marina with credit cards, mastercard and visa accepted. Multi Banco as well. And of course cash. There is a bar that overlooks the harbour, also has a small deli service. Good wifi in the bar. There are hot showers (3 for men and 3 for ladies, free for marina customers) as well as clean toilets. There is one washing machine (4 euro per load) and one drier (I forgot how much it was) both onsite. Two supermarkets up the street. All paperwork is done in the port, look for the grey building in the sea-can area of the port, English spoken. I really liked Flores, plenty of nice short hikes.

Philip Strauss
Philip Strauss says:
May 15, 2018 02:24 PM

Update on Lajes, Flores. The last 5 meters of the inside pier has collapsed, leaning towards the entrance channel into the marina. This will have to be broken and redone, no schedule has been set for it yet.
The longest pier that usually took 3 1/2 boats of 50 feet was damaged in this past winter and was taken out. This leaves only one space for a 50 foot boat in an almost 50 foot boat space. The only alternative 6 meter finger piers, 4 or 5 of them. Since construction there is still no allocated bathrooms for the marina. You must share a public bathroom that is also used by fisherman, and port goers. No hot water.
Still no diesel available in port. The restaurant that served refreshments to the sailors is closing the end of May.
Now a 10 minute walk up the hill is required for lunch and supermarkets.

svgoldenglow
svgoldenglow says:
Oct 02, 2016 12:40 PM

First thing when you arrive and check in at this marina, ask the nice gentleman at immigration for a weather report compared to the shelter this port. He knows the particulars of the shelter (or lack thereof) vis-a-vis the weather in a way that larger weather forecasts cannot assess. He will tell you if it's safe to stay of if you should push on to a safer port.

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