Puerto de Calafat, Tarragona, Catalunya, Spain
General - Puerto de Calafat is a medium sized yacht harbour lying on the Costa Dorada on the E coast of Spain. It is easy to approach and enter in all a gale from SE - SW when the entrance is difficult and the harbour uncomfortable.
Position - 40º 56' N 0º 51' E
Charts - British Admiralty 1701, 1704 French 4720 Spanish 838
Approach & Entrance;
From the south - From Cabo Tortosa head NNW towards the peacks of Es Frares and La Mamelleta which lie behind the harbour. In the closer approach the ruined fort at Cabo de Sant Jordi will be seen, then the buildings of the town and the harbour breakwaters.
From the north - From Cabo de Salou the coast is of low rocky cliffs. The high rise buildings at Puerto de Cambrils and its breakwater are easily recognised. Puerto de Hospitalet de L'Infant may be recognised in a similar way. Two large concrete buldings of the nuclear reactors can be seen from afar. The breakwater will be seen in the close approach.
To enter - Enter between the breakwaters on a NE course.
Berths - Secure to the visitors berth to port on entry and report to the Torre de Control.
Marina Contact ;
VHF Ch - 9
Maximum Length - 20m
Water - On the pontoons.
Electric - On the pontoons.
Diesel & Petrol - On the fuel quay
Chandlers - Not Known.
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Fishing Tackle - Not Known
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Other Facilities & Services - 40 tonne travel hoist. 5 tonne crane. Hard standing. Slipway.
Shopping - Some shops and a small supermarket near Puerto de Calafat. Better shopping in the town of Ametlla
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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 - Sandy beach to the NE of the harour.
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