The Capitanerie, Vittoriosa Wharf Vittoriosa, BRG1721 Malta.
GPS: 35°53’22.3″N 14°31’03.8″E / 35.889538, 14.517725
Grand Harbour Marina is a much sought destination port, boat rental and wintering. With an excellent climate during the year, visitors to Grand Harbour Marina can come to this beautiful island in two or three days sailing from the Riviera. This port is home to the largest yachts in the world and is located within one of the largest natural deep water ports in the world, perfect for those captains of large ships. With berths for yachts and superyachts up to 135 meters, the luxurious facilities of Grand Harbour Marina are in a safe and secure environment, offering uninterrupted views and access to the historic capital of Malta. Ideally placed in the centre of the Mediterranean for cruising, as home port or winter stop-over, Grand Harbour Marina is fully ISPS compliant – one of the few yacht specific compliant ports in the Mediterranean and the only one on Malta. It offers berths for vessels up to 135m LOA alongside (100m stern-to). Capacity of the marina: 250 berths.
A wide variety of restaurants, bars, shops and the famous Casino di Venezia are within walking distance. The marina is an established cruising destination for visiting yachts throughout the Mediterranean season.
Grand Harbour Marina is just 80km south of Sicily and approximately two days sailing from the principle yachting centres of the south of France, the Balearics, Croatia, the Greek Islands and Turkey.
Places of interest
On the coast of Malta there is entertainment for every taste. This old fortress, and good fish restaurants, and untouched natural areas and crazy night discos, “capital” of which in Malta is the town of St. Julian’s on the coast to the North of the capital. The underwater world of the Islands includes both sunken old ships and planes, and underwater caves, including the famous “Blue window”.