Ghar el Melh

It is a busy fishing port and there is not much room but yachts are welcome. Stay away from the corners where it is more shallow, and be aware of the anchorlines of the fishingboats. Tie up alongside one of the larger fishing boats.

The authorities in the port are very friendly and helpfull. there is transport from here to Tunis and Bizerte.

There are 3 points with water and electricity, on each side of the port 1.
Fuel is available in the west corner
Hauling out is not possible, there is no crane, but there is a shipyard.

Charges are the same as every fishing port:
1 TD per meter per day and 2 TD per gross ton per stay (aout 12 euro's for a 3 day stay)

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