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Marina di Porto Corallo (Villaputzu Sardegna)

Marina di Porto Corallo (Villaputzu Sardegna)

Characteristics

Description

It is a marina and a fishing harbour, to about 30 NM S Arbatax. The approach is not dangerous, tha Aragonese tower W side of the port is conspicious.

The entrance to the harbor and the depth were improved in 2000. However, the mouth of the wide river can cover in sand the entrance that should be approached with caution.

Strong winds from the south or NE can create some problems in the input.
At night, the green and red lights of the piers indicate the entry.


Call the harbour offices  at 3939238909 Antonio , or by VHF channel 74, in order to announce your arrival and to ask for berth availability.





18/05/2013
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Marina di Porto Corallo (Villaputzu Sardegna)
La tour de Port Corallo s'élève sur une pointe rocheuse au ras de l'eau.
2010:07:08 10:43:26
13/10/2012
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Joëlle
Marina di Porto Corallo (Villaputzu Sardegna)
13/10/2012
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Joëlle
Le port de plaisance et de pêche, est situé environ 31 M au S d'Arbatax. L'approche n'est pas dangereuse, la tour aragonaise sur le côté W du port est bien en vue et remarquable.

L'entrée du port et la profondeur ont été améliorés en 2000. Cependant, l'embouchure du ruisseau large peut ensabler l'entrée qui doit être abordée avec prudence.

De forts vents du S ou de NE peuvent créer des problèmes dans l'entrée.
La nuit les feux de jetée vert et rouge indiquent bien l'entrée.

18/05/2013
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Marina di Porto Corallo (Villaputzu Sardegna)
13/10/2012
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Joëlle
Marina di Porto Corallo (Villaputzu Sardegna)
18/05/2013
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Appelez les bureaux du port à 3939238909 ou par VHF canal 74, afin d'annoncer votre arrivée et pour demander la disponibilité de place.
17/05/2013
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Appelez les bureaux du port à 3939238909 ou par VHF canal 74, afin d'annoncer votre arrivée et pour demander la disponibilité de place.
18/05/2013
Update
Marina di Porto Corallo (Villaputzu Sardegna)
La tour de Port Corallo s'élève sur une pointe rocheuse au ras de l'eau.
2010:07:08 10:43:26
13/10/2012
Update
Joëlle
Marina di Porto Corallo (Villaputzu Sardegna)
13/10/2012
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Joëlle
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Flying distances - Direct line

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337°
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5.9nm
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6.5nm
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8.4nm
182°
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Golfo di Quartu (Sardegna)

25nm
235°
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Golfo di Carbonara (Sardegna)

20nm
200°
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Scoglio di Sant Elmo (Sardegna)

13nm
185°
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Santa Foxi Manna (Ogliastro Sardegna)

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Isola Serpentara (Sardegna)

17nm
185°
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16nm
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