Ashkelon Marina
PO Box 5335, Ashkelon 78151, Israel

T:+972 8 673 3780
F:+972 8 673 3823
E:marin_nm@netvision.net.il
W:www.ashkelon-marina.co.il
Contact:Mr Hillel Reshef

LAT/LONG 31°41'N/34°33'E
VHF 16/11
Port Photo

Nestling at the foot of a sandy cliff, the port of Ashkelon is the southern gate to the Mediterranean, a bridge between the sea and the desert. The marina is about 45 minutes drive from Tel Aviv or Ben Gurion International Airport, and one hour from Jerusalem. A useful stopping point for those wishing to visit the Holy Land, Jordan and Egypt, it is an official port of entry to Israel and is well known in the yachting community as a centre for international rallies and regattas. Professional repair services are available at the marina, together with a 100-tonne Travelift.

Berth Information
Price Guide
Air Access
25-30m berths
16
High season
50us$
Int'l airport
45km
30m+ berths
16
Low season
50
Airfield
45km
Berthing
Stern-to
 
 
Heliport
5km
Max length
54m
 
 
 
 
Max draught
4m
 
 
 
 
Max beam
10m
 
 
 
 
Facilities available at Berth
electricity; fresh water; fuel; sewage removal; parking; security cameras; WiFi
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