- The customers of the Port of La Duquesa, Puerto Deportivo de Estepona and Marina del Este can benefit from the first three days of free transit in Marina Isla Canela, paying only the corresponding port fees.
- Another advantage is that boats in competitions organized by some of the ports covered by the agreement may be three days before and three days after the tests at no cost.
MARINAS DEL MEDITERRÁNEO, which integrates the concessionaires of the marinas of Estepona, LA DUQUESA (Manilva) and Marina del Este (Almuñecar) and Marina Isla Canela have signed a correspondence agreement by which both parties undertake to offer special and preferred conditions to customers of basic contracts and owners of moorings of the signatory ports.
In this way, customers of the service ports of the agreement will benefit from the first three days of free transit in the costs, paying only the corresponding port fees. In case you want to stay longer, the next two days will pay the 50 percent of the receiving port fees plus the port fees.
In addition, visiting customers, for his part, they will enjoy the same rights and obligations as those of the receiving port, being able to use all the services offered by the same, in identical conditions.
Another part of the agreement states that boats in regatta competitions organised by one of the signatory ports may be up to three days before and three days after the free trials.
This is a great opportunity for users of the marinas of the Mediterranean Marine Group to take the opportunity to get to know Marina Isla Canela. A unique port located in the town of Ayamonte, Huelva, specifically at the mouth of the Carreras River, inside the natural landscape of Isla Canela. It is the last Spanish port before continuing to sail to the Portuguese Algarve.
For Manuel Raigon, general director of Marinas of the Mediterranean, "the signing of this agreement means continuing to provide our customers with added value to our services, offering beneficial conditions for them to enjoy maritime life and the possibility of knowing other ports".