This marina has all-tide access and superyacht berthing. Access is from the east on all tides, though deep draft vessels need to take additional care to follow the channel during lows. We recommend first time approach is made during daylight hours and at high tide. The minimum depth on the approach is 2.5 metres at low tide.
There are 300 berths all with power, water and internet facilities. In addition, the outer dock wave attenuator can cater to 30 superyachts up to 70 metres with drafts up to 5 metres. Minimum depth in the main marina is two metres at LAT.
Facilities include a special work dock for smaller jobs, fresh water and fuel delivery services. +66 (0) 76 206704. VHF Ch. 68.
On shore along the waterfront is the clubhouse bar and restaurant, marina office, dockside service companies and brokers. Showers, lockers, toilet facilities and some rent-a-car, tour and taxi operators are all available.
On the top road is the Galileo Maritime Academy professional crew school accommodations, MCA approved engineering workshops, survival training pool and advance fire-fighting facilities.
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