Customs Dock (Formalities)
Tunnels in the Rock (Excursion)
2nd World War Tunnels
The Rock of Gibraltar is honeycombed with man made tunnels dating from the 18th century to the second world war.
We had toured the 18th century tunnels on our previous visit in 1982, so this time we went to see the newly opened 2nd World War tunnels.
Howard and Jayne [ Just Imagine ] 05-Jul-2005
We anchored just north of the airport runway in the company of other boats.
A cannon is fired to scare away the seagulls before planes take off or land.Howard and Jayne [ Just Imagine ] 15-Jul-2005
Queens Way (Marina)
+350 44700 and by VHF Channel 73.Howard [ Just Imagine ] 12-Apr-2009
Marina Bay (Marina)
VHF Channel 71, Howard [ Just Imagine ] 12-Apr-2009
Shepards Marina (Marina)
Shepards is temporalrily closed down and under real estate development.Howard [ Just Imagine ] 12-Apr-2009
Alcaidesa Marina (Marina)
This is a new marina opened in 2010 situated on the Spanish side, close to the airport runway, right next to the Rock.
It is 5 minutes walk from Gibraltar airport making it easy to fly in and out to your boat. .
range from 8€ to 14€ per day for a 12m boat depending on the season, or about 3200€ a year with an annual discount.
Metered power (32A) and water are prepaid.
They will soon have a 70 tonne travelift with 10 000m2
of hard standing area.
Alcaidesa Marina WebsiteHoward [ Just Imagine ] 24-Nov-2011