Carib One, in the magnificent Marina De Dénia, Alicante.

Marina De Dénia, Puerto De Denia, Spain

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Single Bed3 Single Beds
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Max 6 people , 2 cabins
1 double bed / 3 single beds
Min 3 nights / Max 14 nights
Check in 3 p.m. / Check out 11 a.m.

Stay on a boat in Dénia, Alicante, Spain

Sealine SC38, motor cruiser, based in Marina De Dénia, Five berths, double forward with en suite to toilet on starboard, and shower on port side. Three single berths in the aft cabin, and saloon converts to extra ( double) berth if required. Freshwater, electric toilet, with holding tank, air conditioning, generator, and gas hob and oven in the galley, opposite the dinette. There is also the main refrigerator. Up top there is spacious seating for 8 people ,with table, wet bar and second fridge. There is a full length fabric roof that opens in seconds either full length, or as required, to offer shade from the sun, or to keep out the odd shower if necessary. There are sunbathing cushions on the fore deck, with access down both sides of the cockpit. There is a remote controlled passerelle on the stern for ease of access, which can be drawn in at night for security.


Double island bed in forward cabin, wardrobes and storage.
Three individual single berths in the aft cabin, option to convert dinette into second double if required. Wardrobe and storage.


Aircon, hob, oven, fridge, all cutlery, plates, glasses, sound system
Towels provided along with bedding etc


Very good bars and restaurants, including Zenza, a roof top bar and swimming pool, free to use during May-October.
Local beach at marina entrance, very popular in the season
Local supermarket that opens every day, including Sundays and Fiestas.
One great feature is the shower block, which is accessed by a code, and comprises individual rooms that are for sole occupancy. They comprise a toilet, shower, wash basin and bench seat, and are activated by a card in a slot.
This switches everything on and also indicates, via a red light outside, that it is occupied.
There is also a launderette in the block, which is coin operated.

The Area

Dénia is a working Spanish fishing town, and it’s main feature, architecturally, is the castle which is well worth a visit.
The Montgo National Park is the backdrop to the marina, and is also worth exploring.
Javea is 7 km away via the mountain road, where The Arenal is the large public beach, which does get busy in the season

What's special about this boat

The marina is one of the best I have been in, and you could not leave it and still have a great time.
A short walk takes you to the town, which is best described as a “proper Spanish town” with a few tourists.
Consequently, the prices are very reasonable, and if you take the time to explore the back streets, you will find little pockets of delight. ( Carrer Loreto for example, a pedestrianised street near the town hall, full of restaurants and tapas bars)


Marina De Dénia, Puerto De Denia

Darsena De Babor s/n 03700, Dénia
Dénia, Alicante

About the marina/waterway

The marina is well established, with numerous excellent bars and restaurants and during the season -May to October, the bar and swimming pool Zenza, opens to the public. This is located up on the roof of the marina office, and is free to use, and gives commanding views across to the town, across the marina, and out to sea. Well worth a visit. At the entrance to the marina, there is a local beach which is very popular in the season, with very shallow water going out several hundred yards. Just off the main road adjacent to the marina entrance, next to the Port Dénia Hotel, is a supermarket that is open every day, including fiestas etc. The town of Denia is about10-15 minutes walk, and has an abundance of very good bars and restaurants. There is also a new marina with bars and restaurants adjacent to the main Balearic Ferry Terminal, which can be accessed by foot, or the free solar powered little ferry that runs every 20 minutes The Main Street, Marques De Campo has shops, banks, and restaurants, and is a great place to relax under the plane trees. Dénia is a working fishing port with a trawler fleet that brings the catch into the fish market on the main quay, so there is an abundance of fresh fish available. If you like to get in with the locals, Dénia is a great place as it is not a holiday destination per se, but a Spanish town with a few tourists, you don’t hear too many English voices. I recommend The Jamaica Inn on the front, it’s the oldest pub in Dénia and does tapas etc, but directly behind it is a little square that is a great place to eat and drink, it’s a favourite of myself and my friends.


  • Offers trips/charters (skippered)
  • Cooker (cooking allowed)
  • Coffee machine
  • Microwave
  • WiFi
  • Aircon
  • Smoking allowed
  • CO2 alarm
  • Smoke alarm
  • Laundry
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • iPod Dock
  • CD Player/Radio
  • DVD Player
  • TV
  • Heating
  • Shower
  • Toilet
  • Welcome pack
  • Bedding/Towels
  • Electricity 24/7
  • Walk-on access
  • Crew on board
  • Food and drink included
  • Hot tub
  • BBQ
  • Additional Cot Hire
  • Dog friendly
  • Kid friendly
  • Disabled access
  • Free car parking
  • Bar/Restaurant
  • Concierge
  • Walking distance to town
  • Shops
  • WiFi
  • Laundry
  • Shower
  • Toilet
  • Swimming Pool
  • Disabled access
  • BBQ
  • Paddlesports hire
  • Boat hire
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