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Marinas in Malta

Marinas in Malta
Malta is located in the centre of the Mediterranean Sea just south of Sicily. The Maltese archipelago consists of mainly three islands: Malta, Gozo and Comino. Malta is well served with harbours, the main international ports being the Valletta Grand Harbour and the Port of Marsaxlokk. The second largest island is Gozo which has one port – Mgarr.


35° 53.5? North – 14° 30.9? East
In the heart of the Mediterranean, Grand Harbour Marina offers a stunning base in historic Vittoriosa, Malta. With berths for yachts up to 100m (325ft) in length, the marina offers all the world-class facilities.


35° 55.3? North – 14° 29.7? East
Portomaso Marina has space for 110 fully berths. It shares the area with the five-star Hilton Malta Hotel, an excellent casino, a beach club, a conference centre, shops and a supermarket, and a health and fitness centre besides the apartments.


35° 53.75? North – 14° 30.0? East
The Msida Marina is situated in the innermost part of Marsamxetto Harbour. The building of a breakwater across the entrance has produced a very safe and well sheltered marina. Berthing is provided on 15 lines of floating pontoons, providing 700 berths up to 18 metres in length on double mooring lines. Water and electricity is available at every berth off apposite modern service modules.


35° 54.10’ North – 14° 30.4’ East
Manoel Island Marina is situated to the South side of Manoel Island and about half a nautical mile from the main entrance to Marsamxetto Creek in Malta.


The Mgarr Marina consists of 208 berths. The Marina provides a perfect stop-over for anyone visiting Gozo or cruising around the Maltese Islands. The island is a third of the size of Malta, but greener and more rural. Its landscape has hills and deep valleys as well as rugged cliffs, which give natural protection to the island’s small harbours and inlets.

Yachting Partners Malta services yachts based in all the above marinas. Feel free to contact us should you need to book a berth at any of the above marinas.