Alcaidesa Marina is situated just to north of Gibraltar on the Spanish side of the boarder. As yachts receiving duty free fuel in Gibraltar are required to leave Gibraltarian territorial waters after receiving fuel (to avoid paying duty), Alcaidesa is perfectly situated to allow yachts to remain in the vicinity of Gibraltar without fear of being required to pay duty on the fuel taken in Gibraltar.
With berths up to 90m LOA, Alcaidesa Marina can accommodate most yachts and is the ideal location to take on provisions or wait for a weather window to move on to your next destination.
As a Peninsula customer, we are delighted to be able to offer one night’s complimentary stay at Alcaidesa Marina with every fuel stem taken at our fuel terminal in Gibraltar.
Our operations teams in Gibraltar work closely with all the local agents. Whether you have a trusted agent, or if you would like a recommendation from us, we will ensure your visit is as smooth as possible.
Across the rest of the world, we carefully track which agents are providing our customers with the best services so that we are able to provide suggestions on which agents would be most suited depending on your individual requirements.
We understand that the role of the Management Company differs depending on many different factors. Thanks to the variety of customers Peninsula serves, our middle and back office are designed to be flexible and accommodate any specific requirements of either the Management Company, or owner’s office.
We already have a strong relationship with the majority of Management Companies, but we always welcome working with new partners and welcome any new introductions.
As we look to a more sustainable future for yachting, the collaboration of shipyards and supply chain will be critical if the innovations and technological developments onboard are able to be supported once the vessel has been launched and is in operation.
We will be working as closely as possible with all the major shipyards to ensure suitable consideration is being given to the future supply of new fuels and to ensure we are all doing everything possible to facilitate a more sustainable future as quickly as possible.