About us

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The Balearic Island Nautic Facilities Association, ANADE, was created on the 22nd of January 1987, due to the need to share know-how, doubts, problems and solutions on behalf of the companies in the sector. Today, it is the Balearic nautical facilities business association, with 21 associates, these representing the greatest part of nautical facilities managed by private companies in our islands.

ANADE carries out its work in the Balearic Islands, although through the association to the Spanish Federation of Marinas it is represented both nationally and internationally. ANADE clusters all the entities that manage nautical facilities (marinas, docks, anchorages, repair areas, …) whichever their managing form or nature.


  • To contribute towards raising the public and business prestige of its associates.
  • To represent and defend the whole of its associates, or a group of them or individually, in front of the public administrations, courts, other associations, federations, people, legal entities or any other, in matters that may affect the Association or its activities.
  • To defend free initiatives within the framework of the social market economy, contributing as far as possible to its roots and consolidation, as well as collaborating with other entities in search of the same objectives.
President D. Antonio Zaforteza (Port Adriano - Botafoc Ibiza )
Vice President for Mallorca Dña Isabel Teruel (Port Adriano - Botafoc Ibiza )
Vice President for Menorca D. Basilio Sastre (Nautic Center Menorca)
Vice President for Ibiza and Formentera D. Javier Salvatierra (Marina de Santa Eulalia)
Secretary and Treasurer Dña. Malén Llompart (Alcudia Mar )
Vocal D. Patrick Reynés (IP3M- Marina Port de Mallorca )


1982 – 1995 D. Narciso Vilaire*
1987 – 1990 D. Carlos Ferret Sobral
1990 – 2000 D. Ricardo Ferrer de Espona
2000 – 2006 D. Bartomeu Bestard Figuerola
2006 – 2009 D. Ricardo Ferrer de Espona
2009 – 2012 D. Patrick Reynés
2012 – 2014 Dña. Cristina Marí.
2014 – D. Antonio Zaforteza.

* President of the former Associació de Ports Esportius i Turistics de Balears.