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Club Nautico Cala Ratjada

Club Nautico Cala Ratjada

Date Visited
March 2012

Approach and Entrance
Approach is relatively simple providing you stay as close to the harbour wall as possible as it shallows near the shore very quickly.  If approaching from the south west it would be advisable  to stay as far out side the 5m contour as possible and enter the port on a more westerly heading. 

Club Nautico Cala Ratjada
Explanada Muelle deportivo, 07590, Cala Ratjada, Mallorca 
T. +34 971 56 40 19
Many of the pilot books refer to rafting up along the inner side of the harbour wall, behind the ferry which is situated on the southern most end.  However, there are also 6 or 7 stern to council berth on the opposite side that are easier to get on to.  See the big blue ship on the map above for the exact location.  

Marina Facilities
Water and electricity are available at the visitors dock. There are also showers and toilets a short walk away.

Berthing Charges
We paid €70 for 2 nights all inclusive here which we thought was very reasonable. 

Fuel Dock
Next to the fishing boats. See map above.

Currents and Sea Levels
In March the water level is quite low and the pontoon is very high, so it is quite difficult to moor especially with 2 people and there was no-one around to help that time of year. The harbour master came to see us though and apologised that there was no help.

Tapas Bar - Next to ice-cream parlour on Passeig de Colon
Very friendly people and they gave free tapas with our beer in the afternoon.

Portofino Steak House
Calle Leonor Servera, 72, 07590 Cala Ratjada 
T. +34 971 81 87 22
Excellent food and value for money - we all had fish and it was very good.  The service can be quite slow, but we were in no hurry and had a good evening.

Via Sivines, 13, 07590 Capdepera, Mallorca, Spain 
+34 971 56 41 75