Port Calanova

National Sailing School

Port Calanova began life in 1976 as the Calanova National Sailing School and was opened by the King and Queen of Spain. Today, it is still the National Sailing School and also a marina providing magnificent all-year-round facilities.

The Port provides moorings for boats up to 25m in length and a team of specialists who can help with boat storage out of the water, service, cleaning, maintenance, repair and provisioning. These services are available 24 hours day, 7 days a week.

You'll find a full range of RYA courses leading to the Yachtmaster qualification, with fun, friendly and highly experienced instructors, great boats, excellent equipment, and UK prices right here in Palma, Mallorca.

Facilities and services

Part marina, part sailing school & part shipyard, the Port is professionally equipped to carry out repairs and maintenance on sailing and motor yachts. The 3000m² shipyard has everything that is needed to help you repair your boat and get it back into the water.

Port Calanova is in an ideal location in the Bay of Palma offering its guests a wide range of services including two restaurants, a shopping area, water sports and a sports residence, the latter providing accommodation for anyone who wants to stay on-site.

Just outside of the Port entrance, you’ll find many great places to eat and drink and an assortment of shops.

Sports residence

Accommodation at the sports residence includes use of a swimming pool, double rooms, great views over the marina and sea and all sorts of water sports such as Kayak, Windsurf and Stand Up Paddle. The swimming pool is also available to those who have berths at the marina.

The National Sailing School specialises in dinghy sailing and runs camps throughout the year with classes for all ages and skill levels.

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