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    Puerto Sotogrande has replaced the power and water connection points on pontoon 5

    Puerto Sotogrande has replaced the power and water connection points on pontoon 5 in the outside port with new, state-of-the-art marine aluminium towers specifically designed marinas.

    Previously, the renovation of the energy network connections for the boats in the Marlin and Barbésula area as well as in the Ribera de la Isla Quay had already been undertaken.

    This new equipment will allow a greater security and comfort in the operations of connection to the electrical and water network for the users of the Sotogrande Marina.

    This action is part of the infrastructure and equipment renovation planning that has been carried out for some years now.

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