Location - ****
Ease of entry - ***
Staff - ***
Facilities (showers and toilets) - yes
Water and electric - yes
WiFi - *
Price - **
Fuel - yes
Lagos marina is a nice marina, fairly big in a very good location for bars, restaurants and shops. One thing to note - it’s very “English Tourist”, which isn’t really our style but it’s fun and lively!
Th entrance is down a fairly narrow channel which we did at night. Wouldn’t advice this as there are a lot of crab pots but we managed ok. To get into the marina there is a footbridge which the staff open on request. Just before the bridge on the starboard side, there are waiting and fuel pontoons, where you must go before going into the office and checking in/receiving your berth.
There is water and electric on each of the pontoons and it’s a finger pontoon berth. There is WiFi but we couldn’t access it from our boat unfortunately. On the marina site there are no places to buy anything for your boat but 10 mins walk away, near to the train station, is a huge chandlery selling all you could need and the prices were the cheapest we’ve seen.
Price for the marina isn’t cheap though at 48€ per night but you do get access to the gym and outdoor swimming pool for the duration of your stay, for an additional 20€ per person!