You can reach Port Bonifacio by calling VHF9.
MarinaReservation.com - a berth booking platform presents Port Bonifacio. Also known as Port de Plaisance Bonifacio or Port de Bonifacio, Port Bonifacio is located in the village with the same name, on the island of Corsia, in the department of Corse-du-Sud. It is the largest commune in Corsica and
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Port Bonifacio is located in Corsica.
The island of Corsica, which is also known as Corse in Corsican, is located in the Mediterranean Sea, on the western side of Italy. Corsica’s territory belongs to France but its culture, lifestyle, history, traditions and arts beautifully combine a variety of origins. Today, it is comprised of two departments: Haute-Corse and Corse-du-Sud, in Upper and Southern Corsica. This island shows off its beauty that can be observed from each angle. We recommend you a Corsica yacht itinerary.
Tourism is an extremely well developed field in this region, having lush holiday resorts, luxurious hotels and vacation rentals, amazing beaches, a luxuriant vegetation, incredible cliffs that were carefully designed by Mother Nature and amazing mountains. The villages and towns in Corsica are picturesque and hide ancient treasures of the world, but the cities are no less spectacular.
Corsica has a continuous and tumultuous history that is simply fascinating. In the past, when the Ancient Greeks got here, the island received various names. Kalliste was one of them, but references with regards to this specific territory exist for the names Corsis, yrnos, Cernealis or Cirne. The Mesolithic era represents the beginning of a busy timeline. According to archaeological proof, the island was occupied by Carthaginians, Greeks, Etruscans, Romans, Vandals, Ostrogoths, and Byzantines but also Italian and French later on. These were civilizations that left behind many stories that are forever stored into the island’s buildings, monuments, ruins, statues, cliffs and museums. The written historical sources describe detailed events that show the reason why Corsica is still a beautiful, exceptional land.
The tourists who choose Corsica Marinas will soon realize that it is one of the best choices for a sailing holiday. This location allows every soul to rest and every mind to reconnect with the body. There are so many attractions that a single trip might not be enough in order to discover all of its beauties. The main landmarks that no one should miss are the Calanche Cliffs which are outstanding red cliffs near the Mediterranean shores, the Natural Reservation of Scandola, Bavella Needles in Zonza, Roccapina Beach, Chapelle de Notre Dame de la Serra in Calvi, Plage du Petit Sperone in Bonifacio, Tamaricciu Beach in Porto-Vechio, La Plage d’Argent in Coti-Chiavari and the list can endlessly continue.
The shores of Corsica are rich in romantic beaches, pampering sands and story-telling cliffs, which is why these areas are preferred by all of the travellers. Except for the electrifying beaches, Corsica also has historical sites and other attractions to show. Some of the main sights here are the Citadel, Palais Fesch and Musee des Beaux-Arts, Pianu di Livia, Iles Lavezzi, Eglise Ste-Marie Majeure, Terra Vechia, Maison Bonaparte, Gonoese Tower and many other fascinating objectives. Those who want to take this journey to another level, are welcome to boost their adrenalin levels and take boat trips, dive, try canyoning, parachute jumps, sailing, windsurfing, etc.
There are plenty of activities and options for those who want to spend an unforgettable time in the region of Corsica or sailing around Corsica, near the ultramarine waters.
• Geographical coordinates: 41°23, 2N - 009°09,8E, SHOM map 7024 – 7096 NaviMap 1008
• Access is easy both day and night and whatever the weather.
• At night : with the Madonetta lighthouse at F.i.r. 4s (41°23,1 N-009°08,8E) head for F.r.2 w.6s to the port side with the Arinella headland at 035-059 (24); Cacavento headland F.e.v. 4s starboard.
• Predominant winds are west & southwest.
Navigating in the port
The maximum regulation speed in the port is 5 knots. During the summer season, the heavy traffic in the port means that particular vigilance is required.
• Marina – channel 9
• Pertusato semaphore – Channel 10
• Corsican CROSS (ROMRC) – channel 16
- The fishing port and marina are at the far end of the bottleneck. The borderline between the commercial port and the marina is determined by a line drawn between the western end of the careening area to the north and the redan at the Banda del Ferro quay to the south.
- Mooring in the port is done to starboard.
To the south, with 20 berths, is Zulu quay.
• 10 berths for boats between 45 and 50 metres long, equipped with two 36 mooring lines and 125 A and 63 A electricity terminals.
• 10 berths for boats between 25 and 40 metres long, equipped with a 32 mooring line and 63A and 32A electricity terminals
• 14 berths, situated between the wave-screen and refuelling area are available for boats between 20 and 30 metres long, equipped with a 32 mooring line as well as 125 A, 63A and 32 A electricity terminals.
- Beyond the refuelling station there are two inner harbours flanked by the November and Mike landing stages. This area is reserved for fishing boats.
- The Lima, Kilo and Juliet landing stages to the west are exclusively for short-term visiting boats up to 15 metres long. These landing stages have mooring lines of 18 and 32A electricity terminals.
- The inner harbour, defined by the eastern side of the Juliet landing stage and the central quay, is reserved for passenger boats (visits to the caves and the Lavezzi Islands).
To the east the bottleneck is closed off by the central quay. Two berths are available here for 50-metre boats and one berth is dedicated to boats up to 75 metres long. These berths provide 125A and 63A electricity terminals.
On the northern side, all the landing stages from Bravo to Hotel are reserved for rental boats and visitors’ boats up to 15 metres long. These landing stages provide mooring lines of 18 and 32 A electricity terminals.
• Water: linking up requires a male connection (Gardena type) on sale at the ship’s chandler in the port.
• Electricity: Plugs can be rented at the harbour master’s office against the deposit of ship’s documents.
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