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Port D'Andratx

Port D'Andratx

Date Visited


Puerto d'Andratx - Aveneda Mateo Bosch s/n, Centro Comercial "Ses Velas" Local 15, 07157 Puerto Andratx Mallorca, Spain 
T. +34 971 67 28 29  +34 628 70 36 76 (Mobile) 

Approach and Entrance
The visitor pontoons are at the end of the Marina to the north west of the lifting crane and they are stern too floating pontoons. They are not shown on google maps, but the pin is in the exact spot where we were moored. Entering in gale force westerlies could mak it tricky. Once inside shelter is ok, but there have been reports of damaged boats when strong wind and swell enters.  

Berthing Charges
We paid €70 a night all inclusive here in March which we felt was quite expensive seeing as it is supposed to be one of the cheaper marinas on the Island.

Marina Facilities
The marina is well equipped with a boat yard and travel lift, although we would always recommend Mundimar in Puerto Portals. They also have a diver which is charged at €95 per hour.

Fuel Dock
On the second to last pontoon at the Club de Vela, see point on map.

Avda Mateo Bosch, 31, 07157 Andratx (Mallorca), Spain
A very good chain of cafe/bar/restaurant, they play good music and have a delicious menu of salads and sandwichs and a great drinks list.

Apparently there is a fish market nearby which opens when the boats come in at about 5pm, but we missed it twice. It is meant to be located in the building in the middle of the square, next to the Eroski.

Calle de Isaac Peral

Chandlery and Ironmonger
There is a chandlery on the water front but it is quite small, there is a large ironmonger at the top of the town on the corner of Carrer del Peix and Calle de Levante which has some boat bits.