Yacht Port Cartagena is a new marina situated in the heart of a three thousand year old city of great cultural and scenic value. Moorings are available for sale or to rent for almost any type of vessel, small or big, with finger pontoons for greater convenience and a safer berth, as well as special moorings for megayachts. Protected by surrounding hills and the La Curra and Navidad breakwaters, with unbeatable moorings and shelter, it is probably the safest marina in the Mediterranean Sea.
Situated within a large natural harbour, it is approximately half way between Gibraltar and Palma (Majorca, Balearic Islands) and only 12 miles off the rhumb line. Well connected, with two international airports nearby, Murcia – San Javier Airport (MJV) and Alicante Airport (ALC), an extensive network of highways and railways, Yacht Port Cartagena is becoming the benchmark marina of the south-east peninsular. Motorboats, sailboats or superyachts are all welcome to berth in Cartagena.
In the last decade, after a substantial investment, the port has changed significantly and now provides new cultural points of interest, esplanades, tourist boats, restaurants, shopping centres and tourist information points. Forming part of the commercial and administrative district, Yacht Port Cartagena is located in front of the city’s Congress Auditorium and adjacent to the Town Hall, the Roman Theatre Museum and the new National Submarine Archaeological Museum.
Cartagena Harbour, a Spanish naval base, is one of the Mediterranean’s deepest and busiest cargo ports. One of the biggest shipyards in Spain is located in the same harbour and many shipbuilding and repair companies operate in Cartagena. During the last years, the cruise ships stops increased and now Cartagena has a new and modern terminal ready to receive new tourists. It is adjacent to Yacht Port Cartagena and very close to the city centre, with its cultural wealth and rich history.