Tanja Marina Bay (NEW Marina)

Tanja Marina Bay (NEW Marina)

Tanja Marina Bay

Tanja Marina Bay International, the Kingdom’s first urban marina, with a total capacity of more than 1,400 berths, comprises two basins

  • The first of an area of 15 hectares, will offer 800 rings for boats of 7 to 90 meters in length
  • The second basin, with an area of 11 hectares, is located at the foot of the Medina of Tangier.
  • It will be able to accommodate 600 boats of 7 to 30 meters in length.

The berths of the marina and options to register your yacht

The selling options of Tanja Marina Bay International berths are as follows:

  • Transit
  • Short-term occupancy (1 to 6 months).
  • Annual occupancy.
  • Multi-year occupancy (2 to 5 years).
  • Long-term occupancy for up to 20 years.
  • Please contact us for more information on the availability and terms of use of the berths.

You can also make a reservation here.


Entertainment in the marina

Tanja Marina Bay is an inclusive, attractive and varied offer:

On the peninsula of the marina, on the beach side, an entertainment area houses cafés and shops.

These facilities will make Tanja Marina Bay International, a major entertainment hub in the Strait area; hence, attracting many visitors and tourists wishing to enjoy themselves in a warm and friendly atmosphere.

Yachting Club

The mythical Royal Yacht Club of Tangier, the oldest in Morocco, created in 1925, naturally finds its place in Tanja Marina Bay. The yachting club organizes nautical events and welcomes its members in a beautiful setting.

The Royal Yacht Club is steeped in memories of sailing, of its champions and of those who have contributed to its history as well as its conviviality. It now occupies a unique place in the world of yachting.

Le Royal Yacht Club de Tanger, one of the oldest in the world, and the first in the African continent, is in its final phase of transformation into a prestigious water sports and yachting unit, as part of the spectacular economic and tourist development of the Northern region of the Kingdom. 

Managed by the non-profit and sport association known as the “Royal Yacht of Tangier (RYCT)“, the Club aims to encourage the teaching and practice of water sports and recreational boating, promote the physical and moral qualities of its members, and to participate in the official and friendly competitions organized locally, regionally, nationally and internationally.

More information on the official website of the Royal Yacht Club de Tanger.