Marina, Cascais

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    CASCAIS MARINA - A MARINA DE CASCAIS

    by LoriPori Written Jun 18, 2009

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    Modern and very well equipped with 630 berths available, 120 of which are designated for vessels in transit. CASCAIS MARINA can cater for vessels of up to 35 metres in length and 6 metres in depth.
    Located near the Cascais Bay - 9 SE sea miles from Roca Cape and 4 W sea miles from the Lisbon Port. The Marina's surrounding area is excellent for nautical sports, especially for sail boats.

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    Marina

    by Balam Written Jun 11, 2009

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    The marina at Cascais is relativly new and is quite large with 638 moorings, There are many restaurants and cafes and also a few fashionable shops and there is a large underground Car Park with around 600 places.
    Cascais marina has staged some major International Events and races like the ISAF Sailing World Championship, the European 49ers Championship, the QuebraMar Regatta, Cowes-Cascais, Portugal Sailing Tour-de-France, Portugal Match Cup, His Majesty King Juan Carlos I’s Trophy
    I read that it is supposed to be periodically visited by groups of dolphins although I did not see any, just lots of fish basking in the sun.

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    • Sailing and Boating
    • Food and Dining
    • Luxury Travel

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    Cascais Marina - Boats & Restaurants

    by Mikebb Written Nov 3, 2008

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    A most pleasant place to visit is the Marina with its countless boats of all shapes and sizes from multi million dollar launches to the basic wind powered sail boat. There are hundreds of boats to view, some have not been used for some time but most are in good order.

    The marina is only a 10 minute stroll from the town square and a great place to visit. There must be 30 restaurants and cafes on the marina and there is nothing better than coffee and cake with the view over the boats to the lighthouse and rugged coast.

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    • Beaches
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