Puerto de Segur de Calafell, Tarragona, Catalunya, Spain
General - Puerto de Segur de Calafell is a small artificial yacht harbour built offshore and connected to the coast road by a causeway. The entrance is dangerous in strong winds between W - S.
Position - 41º 11' N 1º 36' E
Charts - British Admiralty 1704 French 4827 Spanish 871
Approach & Entrance;
From the south - Puerto de Coma-Ruga which is built out to sea is easily seen as is Puerto de Segur de Calafell in the closer approach.
From the north - Pass the modern harbour at Aigualdoc and the large Puerto de Vilanova i la Geltru. The power station at Foix is easily identified. In the closer approach Puerto de Segur de Calafell is easily seen.
To enter - The entrance is close to the shore and careful sounding is required. Approach the W side of the harbour on a N course. Leave the length of he breakwater at 20m to starboard and round its head at 10m onto an E course. Entrance is forbidden during the hours of darkness. Contact the port captain By VHF or phone prior to entry.
Berths - Contact the port captain By VHF or phone prior to entry. Secure to the visitors pontoon immediately to starboard on entry and await allocation of a berth.
Marina Contact ;
Tel - 977 690 502
VHF Ch - 9 and 27
Maximum Length -
Water - On the pontoons.
Electric - On the pontoons.
Diesel & Petrol - On the fuel quay
Other Facilities & Services - Engine repairs. 6 tonne crane. Slipway.
Chandlers - Nearby.
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Fishing Tackle - Not Known
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Shopping - Shops in the town
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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 - Visit the 12th century castle 2 miles inland at Calafell. Good sandy beaches on either side of the harbour.
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