Puerto de Premia de Mar, Barcelona, Catalunya, Spain
General - Puerto de Premia de Mar lies on the Costa Dorada on the E coast of Spain. The marina has over 700 berths. Entrance is easy except in strong SW winds when it could be dangerous.
Position - 41º 29' N 2º 21' E
Charts - British Admiralty 1704 French 4827 Spanish 873, 489
Approach & Entrance;
From the south - The city of Barcelona is easy to identify. The mouth of the Rio Besos can be identified by the gas and power stations that stand on either side of its entrance. The church at El Masnou and a tower, Turo de Mona, can be recognised. The white control tower of Puerto de Premia de Mar should be seen in the closer approach.
From the north - The harbours of Arenys de Mar, El Balis and Mataro are readily identified. The white control tower of Puerto de Premia de Mar is recognised easily from this direction.
To enter - Straightforward but the entrance may silt up so careful sounding is prudent.
Berths - Secure to the end of the central jetty and report to the Torre de Control.
Marina Contact ;
VHF Ch - 9
Maximum Length -
Water - On the pontoons.
Electric - On the pontoons.
Diesel & Petrol - On the fuel quay
Other Facilities & Services - Mechanics. Slipway. 1.5 tonne crane. Showers at the Club Nautico de Premia
Chandlers - Nearby.
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Fishing Tackle - Not Known
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Shopping - Some shops in the town.
Eating Out - There is a restaurant at the Club Nautico de Premia
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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 beaches on either side of the marina. Swimming pool at the Club Nautico de Premia
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