Marina berths and moorings for sale in the Mediterranean

Marina berths & moorings for sale in Spain

Alcaidesa Marina - Special low rental rates for owners with boats for sale

Do you have a boat for sale in the Western Mediterranean, and are fed having to pay an exorbitant rent in your current marina until you sell your boat .

If so, why not take advantage of the special rental rates Genus Marine have negotiated with Alcaidesa Marina, in La Linea, near Gibraltar.

And don't worry about your boat being looked after, or having someone on hand to sell your boat for you. If you wish, we have also negotiated special rates with:

1.  Queensway Mediterranean Yacht Sales, a well known yacht broker based in Gibraltar and Spain, who will list your boat at a reduced brokerage commission, and accompany any prospective purchaser to view your boat.

2. John Crouch Guardinage services, to ensure your boat is clean and tidy for any prospective viewings.

3. Roberto Stoepka, a qualified marine engineer, on hand to deal with any maintenance issues.

The annual prices for these special berths are as follow:

Up to 8m LOA €1,545.05 plus IVA @ 18%
Up to 10m LOA €2,258.75 plus IVA @ 18%
Up to 12m LOA €2,615.60 plus IVA @ 18%
Up to 15m LOA €3,448.90 plus IVA @ 18%

Payment must be annually in advance.


To be able to benefit from the special tariff it is essential that the following rules are strictly adhered to:

1.    The berths will not be provided with water or electricity.

2.    There will be no direct access to the pontoons. Access will be provided only after reporting to the marina office.

3,    The boats must be clearly marked as being for sale.

4.    Access to the boats will only be permitted for viewings with potential purchasers.

5.    Boats may only leave the port when on a sea trial as part of a sale process.

6.    Owners are not allowed to stay or live aboard the vessels.

If an owner wants to use his boat without the above restrictions he will be transferred to a standard berth and will pay this stay in that berth in accordance with the standard published tariff.

A contract will be signed under the conditions laid out above and any infraction of the rules will result in the cancellation of the special conditions.

If the boat is sold before the annual special berthing has expired there are two possible outcomes.

A) If the buyer decides to stay in the marina under a standard annual contract then the marina will return to the vendor 100% of the unexpired berthing fee.

B) If the buyer decides not to stay in the marina under an annual standard contract then the marina will reimburse 50% of the unexpired berthing fee.

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