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Pasaia (c) Pasaia


Pasaia provides a safe and attractive refuge for cruiseships stopping over in the Bay of Biscay. Located at the heart of the bay, 15 km from the French border and 5 km from San Sebastian, the Spanish port is a natural harbour in an area of great beauty and a haven for cruiseships visiting the Cantabrian Sea.

The port is situated at 1° 56’ 032 W (Greenwich) longitude and 43° 20’ 084 N latitude. Port services include pilotage, mooring, tugboats, SRD (Marpol) and ISPS transit. The port is in a north/northwest orientation with a width of between 80m and 120m. The length of the channel is 1,200m with a depth at maximum equinoctial spring tide low water (MESTLW) of 10m. The seafloor is sand and sandstone.

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