Marina Jandía is Calero Marinas’ new project in Fuerteventura. A yacht harbour with 310 berths from 6 to 50 metres in length and an area for leisure, shops and restaurants that will represent a milestone in the island’s tourism development.
A new rendezvous by the sea, in what will be Fuerteventura’s first major marina.

Contact us for more information on berths and commercial premises.

Marina Jandía

Fuerteventura, with some of Europe’s best beaches and singular natural landscapes, calls for a marina that permits the island and its people to embrace the ocean, and discover the potential that quality tourism with a genuine regard for the environment can provide – nautical tourism.

 

Promoted by Calero Marinas and designed in accordance with sustainable values by the renowned architect Néstor Pérez Batista, Marina Jandía is inspired by traditional Canarian architecture and offers a complete range of nautical services. Boaters will welcome the 310 new berths for vessels ranging from the smallest 6-metre launches to imposing 50-metre superyachts, in addition to a modern leisure, shopping and restaurant area, all housed in an iconic and unique marine setting.

 

 

Contact us:

hola@marinajandia.com
928 511 285

 

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Calero Marinas, a family company from the Canary Islands, has been at the forefront of marina management for 30 years, with over 1000 berths in operation, the first and only superyacht shipyard in the archipelago, and more than 20,000m2 of waterfront leisure, commercial and restaurant areas in its three facilities in the Canaries. These enclaves are strategically located between the European, African and American continents, on the world’s most emblematic sailing route.

Drawing on extensive experience in the sector and the strict adherence to the highest quality and sustainability standards, Calero Marinas is a pioneer in marine tourism in each of the island destinations; creating iconic spaces to enjoy nautical tourism, gastronomy, and the most desirable waterside lifestyle.

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CEEREF TAKES IT TO THE WIRE AT THE 44CUP CALERO MARINAS

CEEREF TAKES IT TO THE WIRE AT THE 44CUP CALERO MARINAS

Going into the final day of the 44Cup Calero Marinas, Igor Lah’s Ceeref powered by Hrastnik 1860 held a strong 11 point lead. Normally this would have seen them packing their
TINY LEAD FOR CEEREF AT 44CUP CALERO MARINAS HALFWAY STAGE

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After a zero wind opening day of the 44Cup Calero Marinas in Lanzarote, forecasts indicated day two might repeat this. In fact, after an hour’s delay, an easterly filled in
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