Sailing and dinghy sailing - Tenerife
  • Sailing and dinghy sailing
  • Sailing and dinghy sailing
  • Sailing and dinghy sailing

Sailing and dinghy sailing

Imagine spending winter in the sun with 22 knot (25 mph) winds. You look out over the horizon at the vast ocean just waiting for you to sail it. You check your sails and your gear. All set! Once you leave the harbour you're free to sail away.

You can sail all around the Island, but the east and south-east are the windiest areas. You can moor your boat at the Island's various marinas:

You can ask a booking agency to provide you with the type of boat you need.

Club Náutico Puertito de Güímar
Cno. las Bajas, 2. Puertito de Güímar 38508 Güímar
TLF. 922 52 89 00 / FAX 922 52 87 20
Marina del Sur
Las Galletas Arona
TLF. 922 78 36 20 / FAX 922 78 36 21
Puerto de Santa Cruz
Muelle Cabo Llano. Santa Cruz de Tenerife
TLF. 922 60 54 00 / FAX
Puerto Deportivo Garachico
Ctra Icod-Buenavista, s/n 38450 Garachico
TLF. 922 831 336 / FAX
Puerto Deportivo La Galera
Avda. Marítima, nº22. Punta Larga. 38530 Candelaria
TLF. 922 503 282 / FAX 922 500 915
Puerto Deportivo Marina Los Gigantes
Puerto de Los Gigantes 38683 Santiago del Teide
TLF. 822 19 99 96 / FAX
Puerto Deportivo Marina Tenerife
Dique de la Dársena Pesquera. Santa Cruz de Tenerife
TLF. 922 59 12 47 / FAX 922 59 13 90
Puerto Deportivo Puerto Chico
Dársena Pesquera - Vía Interior, s/n. Santa Cruz de Tenerife
TLF. 922 54 98 18 / FAX
Puerto Deportivo Puerto Colón
Edif. Capitanía, Avda. de Colón, Puerto Colón 38660 Adeje
TLF. 922 71 42 11 / FAX 922 71 55 50
Puerto Deportivo Radazul
Urb. Radazul, s/n 38109 Rosario (El)
TLF. 922 68 09 33 / FAX
Real Club Náutico de Tenerife
Avda. Francisco la Roche, s/n. 38001 Santa Cruz de Tenerife
TLF. 922 27 37 00 / FAX 922 27 31 17
All year round, but winter is the most appealing season for Europeans. September brings...Read more
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When?

All year round, but winter is the most appealing season for Europeans. September brings the so-called "September calm", which means the winds are quite gentle.

If you would like to go sailing, you will need to find a club or school that can...Read more
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What do I need?
  • If you would like to go sailing, you will need to find a club or school that can provide you with the infrastructure and gear you need, such as:
    • Boats
    • Marinas
    • Sea access ramps
  • If you have already got everything you need, we advise you to check the available sailing points.
You won't need a special licence to go sailing, but the club or school you go to will n...Read more
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Do I need a licence?

You won't need a special licence to go sailing, but the club or school you go to will need to have valid permits and insurance. If you are taking part in competitions with a club, the club will have to be signed up with the Canary Islands' Sailing Federation and the Registry of Sports Entities.

Useful tips
Check the weather before going out sailing.Find out where the demarca...
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Useful tips
  • Check the weather before going out sailing.
  • Find out where the demarcated sailing areas are.
  • When sailing, it is essential to use all of the necessary safety gear.
  • Before sailing, listen carefully to the instructor's advice. He or she will inform you of the weather, the rules for heading out and coming back to shore and the sailing areas.

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