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PORT of HAYAMA

The port of Hayama is known as the birthplace of yacht racing in Japan and was the sub-harbor of the port of Shonan at the 1964 Tokyo Olympic games. It hosts about 30 yacht races a year.

PORT of HAYAMA

  • PORT of HAYAMA
  • PORT of HAYAMA
  • PORT of HAYAMA

Markers are accommodations

The blue circle covers an area of a 15 km/9.3 mi radius (approximately 30 minutes by car) from the facility

Brief Description of the Facility

Address 50 Horiuchi, Hayama Town, Miura-gun, Kanagawa Prefecture The Nearest Station(s) Zushi Station (JR Line) / Shinzushi Station (Keikyu Zushi Line)
Access From Narita Airport by car: 120 minute(s)
From Haneda Airport by car: 60 minute(s)
From the nearest station: 25 minute(s)
Spectators Seats -
Note 20 minutes by bus and then a 5-minute walk Facility ID K140000090

See the facility in the accompanying video

Olympic Sports

Sailing

Sailing Available

Adjunct Facilities

Shower Room Equipped Locker Room Equipped
Meeting Room Equipped Training Room Not equipped
Facilities for Night Games Not equipped Dining Room Not equipped
Parking Equipped Maximum Capacity of Motor Coaches 2
Private training camp Not available

Equipment for Paralympians

Barrier-free (wheelchair friendly) Available Braille display for visually impaired people Equipped

Experience as the Venue of Major Games

(National games)
All Japan Intercollege Women's Yacht Championships, East Japan OP Class Championships
(International games)
IODA Asian Championships

Information from the Facility

Hayama Port is known as the birthplace of yacht racing in Japan and was the sub-harbor of the port of Shonan (Enoshima Yacht Harbor) at the 1964 Tokyo Olympic Games. It hosts about 40 yacht races a year.

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