The Cambrils Yacht Club has moorings for 426 boats between 8 m and 25 m long and with a maximum draught of 3 m.
Thanks to the reforms carried out in recent years, illness the Club has two parts, lying to the west and east of the social building that were built in the 1980s and 1990s, respectively. Each area has its own showers, toilets and parking facilities, while the petrol berth, crane and dry dock are all located in the central area.
The social building houses the restaurant, which is open to the public, as well as the terrace, lounge and bar for Club members, and the offices.
Port-wide Wi-Fi is available to keep abreast of technological advances.
The west area contains the dry dock for dinghies, plus the Sailing School room and the ramp and crane for sailing vessels and jet skis.
The Sailing School is open operates all year round and also provides training in the different classes of dinghy sailing and cruise vessels.
There is a 24-hour crew service and the Club offices are open all year round, seven days a week.
The Technical Area of the Port of Cambrils, 6,034 m2, has a 150 Tn. Travelift with a beam of 8 m. The area will accommodate 8 premises to cover a wide range of vessel maintenance and repair services.