Yachtsman “kicked out” in Messina, latest clarifications from the Neptune Marina

navy-neptune-messinaAt the conclusion of the querelle, complete with back-and-forth, staged on our website regarding the episode of Mr. Angelo Careccia, who had reported to us that he had been turned away from the docks by sailors of Messina’s Neptune Marina after saying he wanted to stay only a few hours, we publish the rejoinder from the Marina, in the person of director Ivo Blandina.

“Dear Mr. Careccia,

anyone reads and forms an opinion….She confirms that no one asked her for 100 euros for a temporary stop. Confirming that we have not disregarded the rule we gave ourselves: free temporary parking if less than 12 hours in a day.

She claims in her first letter that our MARINERS (they really are) would have “kicked her out,” except to recount today that the same ones told her there was no vacancy available.

“Words are important” (quote) and instead You use them casually and talking about people honestly doing their jobs. Everyone is fully entitled to make grievances and complain, as long as they do so responsibly.

Sincerely,
Ivo Blandina.”

READ WHAT MR. ANGELO CARECCIA TOLD US
READ NEPTUNE MARINA’S RESPONSE
READ ANGEL’S REPLY

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