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Sesimbra Marina: Two long jetties and three pontoons within a sturdy harbour shared with a fishing port. A long 45min walk around the bay to the supermarket in town past the busy sandy beach, a few restaurants along the way. See more featured marinas
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2 June 2020: We hope you are all starting to ease out of Covid-19 lockdown and looking forward to some sailing before the European winter arrives, or getting ready to head over to the Caribbean. Stay safe!
4 April 2020: A selection of frequent contributors have been invited to become moderators. Your contributions are helping the rest of the sailing community.
1 January 2020: Happy New Year to you all! Read what marina.wiki team have been up to in the past year here!
14 December 2019: We've updated the map from google to mapbox, in many cases this provides more detailed satellite views, but in some cases less so. Let us know what you think.
12 June 2019: We increased the amount of information held against marinas to include basic tidal information! We are looking to include tidal charts in the upcoming future.
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