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Yacht Clubs
The Bay of Palma contains four large areas where one can hire berths or yachts to enjoy the coast of the island.
Below is some information of interest on the different ports:
Club de Mar
Its installations are located in the port of the city of Palma, barely 10 minutes from Son San Joan international airport, which means the Club's installations are well communicated to anywhere in the world.
In the Club de Mar-Mallorca we hav [+ info]
Port de Palma
Every year the port of Palma receives a significant amount of traffic in the form of passengers and goods, which is increased by the growing traffic in cruise liners which choose this Mediterranean port as a fixed stop on their routes due to t [+ info]
R.C.N. de Palma
Founded in 1948, the Real Club Náutico of Palma has restructured its installations on the occasion of the celebration of its Fiftieth Anniversary.
Located in the centre of Palma, the Club has a privileged situation within the bay. The boats t [+ info]
Calanova
Year after year the National Calanova Sailing School inaugurates a programme and calendar of sailing courses designed for children and adults, endorsed by a long educational background.
The courses take place in an incomparable setting, the Bay [+ info]
Ca'n Pastilla
Located in Can Pastilla, in the Bay of Palma, just 7km from the city centre and 2 km from the airport, this sailing club is a favourite due to its value for money.
Its numerous births and outlet to the sea make it indisputably one of the most [+ info]
Puerto Portals
The port of Portals is a harmonious, nautically-sheltered area located in the municipality of Calviá, one of the fastest-growing tourist resorts in the Balearics.
Portals is one of the best ports in the Balearics in terms of services, quite apa [+ info]
Port Adriano
A recently-constructed marina which forms part of the 'El Toro' housing estate. It is easy to access although the storms in the west may can disrupt a stay here.
It has all the services a sailor could require. Surrounded by 4 golf courses and wit [+ info]
Santa Ponca
In a very few years Sa Caleta, located in the south-east of the Bay of Santa Ponça, has become a modern marina the wharf of which protects boats from the waves that used to penetrate when north winds blew; now one only has to take certain precaut [+ info]
Port Andraitx
The magnificent enclave of the port of Andratx is shared by sports and fishing vessels, being both easy to access and well-sheltered, although it can be a little choppy when strong westerly and south-westerly winds blow.
It is a good as a stagin [+ info]


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ASOCIACION HOTELERA DE PALMA DE MALLORCA
C/ Marbella, 39, 07610 Palma, Tel. 971 267 654
Club de Mar
Its installations are located in the port of the city of Palma, barely 10 minutes from Son San Joan international airport, which means the Club's installations are well communicated to anywhere in the world.
In the Club de Mar-Mallorca we have a full commercial and services area; from boutiques and restaurants to a full nautical shop and mechanical workshop. We also offer meeting rooms, games rooms, bars, swimming pool, kids' club and everything necessary to make your stay more pleasant and comfortable.
In the Club de Mar-Mallorca you can access all kinds of nautical services, all of them of the very highest quality.
If you would like more information, click on this link
Port de Palma
Every year the port of Palma receives a significant amount of traffic in the form of passengers and goods, which is increased by the growing traffic in cruise liners which choose this Mediterranean port as a fixed stop on their routes due to the incomparable beauty of the Bay of Palma.
In the port you will find a variety of terrace-bar-solariums with views of the bay, souvenir shops, shops selling ensaimadas, and cafeterias.
If you would like more information, click on this link
R.C.N. de Palma
Founded in 1948, the Real Club Náutico of Palma has restructured its installations on the occasion of the celebration of its Fiftieth Anniversary.
Located in the centre of Palma, the Club has a privileged situation within the bay. The boats that sail in the waters of the Balearic Islands habitually put in at Palma's Real Club Náutico, which enjoys a significant position on the international sports scene, thanks to its long tradition of organizing highly prestigious regattas such as the Copa del Rey and the Princesa Sofía Trophy.
Equipped with the very best services, the Club has a thousand berths and a top-level social and services structure. If you would like more information, click on this link link
Calanova
Year after year the National Calanova Sailing School inaugurates a programme and calendar of sailing courses designed for children and adults, endorsed by a long educational background.
The courses take place in an incomparable setting, the Bay of Palma, and a series of infrastructures and installations that ensure pupils' comfort.
The safety of the pupils is guaranteed as strict preventative norms are followed. The staff are fully trained and have experience and a high level of professional qualifications. All of which means the pupils, most of them children who come back every summer, are bound to have plenty of fun. The school has a delimited sailing area for its own exclusive use.
If you would like more information, click on this link
Can Pastilla
Located in Can Pastilla, in the Bay of Palma, just 7km from the city centre and 2 km from the airport, this sailing club is a favourite due to its value for money.
Its numerous births and outlet to the sea make it indisputably one of the most important clubs in Palma, and it is the official seat of the 470 classes.
The Club Náutico de Can Pastilla is located in the very heart of the Bay of Palma, in the south-west of Mallorca and very close to Palma’s Real Club Náutico. With perfect protection from winds and storms, the Club offers its visitors fantastic safety conditions.
If you would like more information, click on this link
Puerto Portals
The port of Portals is a harmonious, nautically-sheltered area located in the municipality of Calviá, one of the fastest-growing tourist resorts in the Balearics.
Portals is one of the best ports in the Balearics in terms of services, quite apart from the spectacle of the yachts moored here – it can acommodate superyachts of up to 80 metres in length.
The night spots and restaurants are another attraction for a very important tourism sector. The port is usually very busy in summer, so it is a good idea to confirm the availability of berths by radio or telephone. One can also anchor in Cala Portals, outside the port, above 5 metres of sand and around 200 metres from the outer sea wall.
If you would like more information, click on this link
Port Adriano
A recently-constructed marina which forms part of the 'El Toro' housing estate. It is easy to access although the storms in the west may can disrupt a stay here.
It has all the services a sailor could require. Surrounded by 4 golf courses and with beautiful beaches and coves nearby, the Port Adriano marina is located in the municipality of Calviá, just 20 km by motorway, or 13 nautical miles by sea from the capital of the Balearic Islands, Palma de Mallorca.
If you would like more information, click on this link
Santa Ponca
In a very few years Sa Caleta, located in the south-east of the Bay of Santa Ponça, has become a modern marina the wharf of which protects boats from the waves that used to penetrate when north winds blew; now one only has to take certain precautions to enter and leave the port in westerly storms.
The place is famous historically speaking because the fleet of Jaume I anchored here on arriving in Mallorca to conquer the island and take it from the Arabs; a cross commemorates the disembarkation.
Around the port is an abundance of coves with fine sandy beaches and transparent waters.
If you would like more information, click on this link
Port Andraitx
The magnificent enclave of the port of Andratx is shared by sports and fishing vessels, being both easy to access and well-sheltered, although it can be a little choppy when strong westerly and south-westerly winds blow.
It is a good as a staging-post when heading to the island of Ibiza or on a trip to Sa Dragonera, the imposing mass of which rises up a short distance away.
If you would like more information, click on this link