Bouregreg Marina, Rabat
Located between the Atlantic and the Bouregreg Valley, this magnificent river marina is paved with famous historical sites like the esplanade of the Hassan Tower and the picturesque Chellah necropolis which has witnessed many Mediterranean civilizations pass by. Outfitted with the most modern equipment to host up to 240 boats, the Bouregreg Marina aims to become an essential destination for recreational boaters seeking long stays, or just an unforgettable stopover on their way to West Africa, the Caribbean or the shores of North America.
It is a marina that is situated in the heart of Salé and at the mouth of the mythical river Bouregreg. It faces ten centuries of history encompassed in the kasbah of the Oudayas. Set sail and hoist the sails! Let the good breeze take you to this emblematic place named the Bouregreg Marina.
Outfitted with the most modern equipment to host up to 240 vessels, the Bouregreg Marina aims to become an essential destination for recreational mariners seeking long stays, or just an unforgettable stopover on their way to West Africa, the Caribbean or the shores of North America.
First river port of Morocco, the Bouregreg Marina officially opened its pontoon to recreational boaters in 2008, thus complementing the capital's maritime hosting structure, with Rabat's quays that form its natural extension.
Since then, every year, hundreds of boats from around the world drop anchor at the quays of the Bouregreg Marina. The people of Rabat-Salé will not forget an unexpected event in 2009, when the legendary Belem made a spectacular entrance into the river, dropping its moorings at the foot of the Kasbah of the Oudayas.
In its three years of existence, the marina's quays have hosted a large variety of events as prestigious as the Gala of the Hassan II Golf Trophy or the Extreme Recreation Exhibition. They have become the venue for the Jet Ski Night and Boardsport which host international competitions.
More and more visitors come to relax in the cafes and restaurants of the marina, or to stroll along the quays that are transforming permanently the landscape of the capital's riverfront.