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Porto di Alghero (Sardegna)

Porto di Alghero (Sardegna)

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Alghero is part of the "Riviera del Corallo", famous for its red corals. Beautiful city where 60% ​​of people still speak an archaic Catalan and Italianate, the" Alguérois". Alleys, promenade along the sea on the walls. The port is divided into many concessions, so discussions!

The harbor is protected by two breakwaters. Inside the area for yachtmen are:

Banchina di transito della societa "Aquatica" sulla banchina Sanità: max draugh: 3,80 m for transit boats (<60 m) (VHF 74) and
la banchina Dogana: max draugh 3 m

Banchina Garibaldi divided into two parts: one with a maxi draugh of 1,80 m with 3 pontoons whose 2 managed by “Mar de Plata” society and one managed by “Centro Alghemar” Soc.;

another part, with max draugh of 3,50 m with 2 pontoons managed by “Yacht Club Alghero” exclusively for members.

North pier outer side:
7 pontoons managed by “Consorzio per i Servizi Interni Portuali” with maxi draugh of 4,50 m

14 pontoons end of the new breakwater belong to the association “M.A.C.I.”

On the new breakwater pontoons were installed in concession to private: the first one you come across offers 120 b. with depths up to 3.5 m (managed by “Ser-Mar”).
“Marina di S. Elmo”: 100 berths including 60 for visitors (<60 m) with depth to 5 m; la Lega Navale Italiana: 18 b. (<10 m) exclusively for members.


Alghero town:

The city was founded by the Doria family of Genoa in XIIme century, became Catalonia 2 centuries later and stayed for four centuries under the rule of the first Catalan-Aragonese and then spagnola.La city is surrounded by medieval walls. The bell tower of the hospice sea near the root of the W pier, is remarkable as well as the Cathedral, in the city center.


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Alghero fait partie de la « Riviera del Corallo », connue pour ses coraux rouges, très prisés. Très jolie ville où 60 % des habitants parlent encore un catalan archaïque et italianisé, l'Alguérois. Ruelles, promenade le long de la mer sur les remparts. Le port est divisé en de nombreuses concessions, donc discussions !!

Le port est protégé par deux môles. A l'intérieur, les zones réservées aux plaisanciers sont les suivantes:

Quais de transit de la société "Aquatica" sur le quai "Sanità" : TE: 3,80 m pour les bateaux de plaisance jusqu'à 60 m (VHF 74) et le quai "Dogana": TE max 3 m

Quai Garibaldi divisé en 2 parties: une avec un TE maxi de 1,80 m avec 3 pontons flottants dont 2 sont gérés par la société "Mar de Plata" et 1 géré par la société "Centro Alghemar";

une autre partie avec un TE maxi de 3,50 m avec 2 pontons flottants gérés par le "Yacht club Alghero", réservé exclusivement aux membres.

Le quai N externe:
7 pontons flottants gérés par "Consorzio per i Servizi In terni Portuali" avec un TE maxi de 4,50 m

14 pontons flottants à l'extrémité du nouveau quai appartenant à l'association "M.A.C.I."

Sur les nouveaux brise-lames ont été installés des pontons flottants en concession à des privés:
Le premier offre 120 places avec une profondeur jusqu'à 3,5 m (géré par "Ser-Mar").
La Marina de San Elmo: 100 places dont 60 pour les visiteurs (<60 m) avec un TE jusqu'à 5 m.
La "Lega Navale italiana": 18 places (<10 m) réservées exclusivement aux membres.


Ville d'Alghero

La ville a été fondée par les Doria de la République de Gênes au XIIème siècle, elle devint catalane deux siècles plus tard et resta près de 4 siècles sous la domination catalano-aragonese puis espagnole. La ville est entourée de remparts moyenâgeux. La campanile de l'hospice maritime, près de l'enracinement de la jetée W, est remarquable ainsi que celui de la cathédrale au centre de la ville.

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Alghero fa parte della "Riviera del Corallo", conosciutta per i suoi coralli rossi. 60% dei abitanti di Alghero parlano un catalano antiquato e italianisato, "l'Alguerois". Vicoli, passeggiata lungo il mare, sulle pareti. La porta è divisa in molte concessioni, Quindi le discussioni!!

Il porto è protetto da due moli. Nella parte interna, le aree riservate al diporto sono:

Banchina di transito della societa "Aquatica" sulla banchina Sanità: Pescaggio max: 3,80 m per il diporto in transito fino a 60 m (VHF 74) e
la banchina Dogana: pescaggio max 3 m

Banchina Garibaldi divisa in due parti: una con un pescaggio di 1,80 m con 3 pontili gallegianti di cui 2 gestiti dalla società “Mar de Plata” e uno gestito dalla Soc. “Centro Alghemar”;

un'altra parte, con pescaggio max di 3,50 m con 2 pontili galleggianti gestiti dallo “Yacht Club Alghero” approdo esclusivamente per soci.

Banchina molo Nord lato esterno:
7 pontili galleggianti gestiti dal “Consorzio per i Servizi Interni Portuali” con fondali massimi in banchina di 4,50 m

14 pontili galleggianti sull'estremità del nuovo molo di sottoflutto appartengono all'associazione “M.A.C.I.”

Sul nuovo molo di sottoflutto sono stati installati alcuni pontili galleggianti in concessione a privati: il primo che si incontra offre 120 pb con fondali sino 3,5 m (gestito dalla “Ser-Mar”).
“Marina di S. Elmo”: 100 posti barca di cui 60 per il transito (<60 m) con fondali fino a 5 m; la Lega Navale Italiana: 18 posti barca (<10 m) riservati ai solo soci.
 


Città di Alghero

La città fu fondata per la famiglia genovese dei Doria nel XIIme secolo, diventa catalana due secoli più tardi e rimase per ben quattro secoli sotto la dominazione prima catalano-aragonese e poi spagnola.La città è circondata da mura medievali. Il campanile del ospizio marittimo vicino alla radice del molo W, è notevole così come la Cattedrale, nel centro della città.

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