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Por Port Torredembarra / 3 de May de 2016

We are pleased to announce that, for the fourth year running, we have reached an agreement this year (2016) with 21 ports in the Catalan Association of Tourist Ports and Marinas (ACPET), which will benefit our users with this free offer.

This agreement entails the option for most users of the ports participating in the scheme to enjoy a free one-night stay at each of the ports in the scheme, which are the following:

The duration of this offer is from 1st April to 31st December 2016


Duration: From 1st April to 31st December 2016

Offer: A total of 20 nights’ mooring (maximum 1 night at each port) free for our members at any of the other ACPET ports taking part in this scheme, except those ports underlined and marked with an asterisk *. In this case, in order to get the one-night-free offer in the months of July and August, the members must pay for the first night, i.e. the minimum stay will be 2 nights: one night paid and the second night free. Should the member wish to stay longer, this will not entitle them to any further free nights.

The free offer is limited to the price of the mooring. Any consumption, fees, services or other charges must be paid for by the member.


The applicant must be the owner of the vessel and the definitive owner of the mooring usage rights or be a direct tenant of the participating marina or yacht club administration, and in all cases, said applicant must be up to date with payments and have valid civil liability insurance.

Bookings must be made no more than 15 days and no less than 72 hours in advance, and shall include the automatic berth occupancy authorisation for the stay.

All bookings must be made through the home port, which shall be responsible for confirming availability. The home port will send a copy of the form to the destination port and give the user a stamped printed form. The user will then sign to show acceptance of these conditions and those specific conditions given in the rules and regulations of use and governance of the receiving port. This form must be handed in on arrival at the destination port in order to benefit from the offer.

No booking will be accepted if it has not been made from the home port of the vessel in question.

Any vessel that has made a booking and does not turn up at the destination port without previously cancelling the booking at least 24 hours in advance shall automatically forfeit any other unused nights that it may have outstanding. Should the member wish to get those outstanding nights back, they must pay the mooring rates of the destination port at their home port (with the former notifying the latter).

Accepted boats: Single-hull boats that are registered in the Lista Séptima (List no. 7 of the Boat Register) and whose length measures between 8 and 18 metres. For catamarans and longer lengths, the offer is much more limited and any interested parties should specifically check with the office at each home port.

This offer is not valid for charter firms.

This offer will be subject to availability and to the characteristics of each port. Any interested parties should check this information prior to booking.

This offer cannot be combined with other offers of the same nature.

The Port reserves the right to cancel this offer without prior notice.

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