Marinas in Malta: Showcasing the Beauty of This Mediterranean Island Gem

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Author: Nicole Borg

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December 03, 2021

Located right in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, the Maltese islands, consisting of three main islands: Malta, Gozo and Comino, boast jaw dropping gems when it comes to harbours and marinas for any type of yacht. Yachting.mt, Malta’s freshest yacht broker and charter service, highlights some of Malta’s most outstanding marinas.

Grand Harbour Marina

With a UNESCO World Heritage site as its backdrop, the Grand Harbour Marina sports 500-year old architecture of Valletta and Vittoriosa creating an absolutely captivating environment for all to experience. The Marina offers 5-star yacht and yacht services and shore side facilities establishing it as a superyacht hub.

Portomaso Marina

Situated just North of the Grand Harbour entrance, and right next to the famous St Julians’ Bay, the Portomaso Marina is the ideal location for those who have business and entertainment at heart. Operating since 1999, the Portomaso Marina is designed to allow berthing for all types and sizes of boats, starting from small watercraft to large vessels.

Msida and Ta’ Xbiex Marina

The Msida and Ta’ Xbiex Marina is one of the most popular Marinas in Malta boasting 720 berths and able to accommodate yachts of up to 22m in length. The Marina is strategically located in an area sheltered from the prevailing North-West winds, while the breakwater protects it against the North-Eastern swell.

Manoel Island Marina

Located in Gżira, the Manoel Island Marina is known for being one of the most accessible given that its immediate surroundings offer yacht owners accessibility to chandlery shops, shopping malls, supermarkets and tourist services within walking distance. The Marina can accommodate vessels up to 80 meters in length and offers berths that are serviced by metered water and  electricity.

Mġarr Marina (Gozo)

Consisting of 208 berths, the Mġarr Marina provides the perfect stop for anyone visiting Gozo or enjoying a trip around the Maltese Islands. While being much smaller in size than Malta, the island of Gozo offers a greener and more rural alternative with hills and deep valleys, as well as rugged cliffs that provide natural protection to the island’s harbours.

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