Three ports (plus one) perfect for mooring in the Adriatic year-round

Today the trend among boat owners is to choose a marina in which to keep the boat also depending on its location. This is because more and more marinas allow the boat to be experienced year-round, just like a real vacation home, but with which to go and visit the bays and coastlines located near the harbor whenever possible. And why not, the boat can also be a convenient pied-à-terre during the winter to escape the city during the weekend. Here are three ports (plus one) with these characteristics to keep the boat in the Adriatic right from the Ports Pavilion of our Boat Show.

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Where to moor in the Adriatic Sea

 

It is located on Certosa, which is one of the largest of the smaller islands in the Venetian lagoon. Its geographical location, at the entrance to the Venice lagoon, between the Lido inlet and the city center, less than 200 meters from the sestiere of San Pietro di Castello and one kilometer from St. Mark’s Square, allows it to be considered part of the center. The moorings, set up on floating docks, are naturally redoxed by prevailing winds and tidal phenomena. The port is equipped with specialized technical services for hauling and maintenance of every vessel, deck equipment, engines, and on-board facilities.

Useful info

Phone: 041 5208588
Site: venicecertosamarina.co.uk
Total no. of places: 400
Length meters max: 70
Pesc. max: 3.5-7 meters


The area of the Marano lagoon where the Marina Sant'Andrea is located.

All Marina docks are equipped with electricity, water, wifi internet, and 24h surveillance. Many services to offer maximum relaxation: multilingual reception, courtesy cars, restrooms and showers, dock staff for maneuvering assistance, garbage collection and disposal, laundry, Taxi service, car rental, helicopter transport service (thanks to the new helipad for helicopter landing), electric bikes and electric car charging station. With a 4-meter seabed, it is the ideal place to safely store and experience your boat, sheltered from unfavorable weather conditions and with the assurance of professional assistance. The yard with its covered (15,000 sq. m.) and uncovered (80,000 mg) storage area is another strong point: thanks to 3 travel lifts with a maximum capacity of 220 t, 2 hauling tanks, 3 boat trolleys, heated paint booth, and large open spaces, all kinds of maintenance work, both routine and extraordinary, are possible.

Useful info

Phone: 0431 622162 (vhf 67)
Site: marinasantandrea.co.uk
Total no. of places: 700
Length meters max: 30
Pesc. max: 4 meters


The Brindisi Marina is equipped with year-round 24-hour surveillance cameras, mooring assistance and charging stations for boats and electric cars, a testament to the great care for the environment. The slipway, with its large yard and storage sheds, and technical support complete the services. The small square is overlooked by the amphitheater, the nerve center of the Marina, commercial activities of various kinds, and a yacht club. It is the ideal base for cruises to the most desirable destinations in Croatia and Greece or exploring Montenegro and Albania.

Useful info

Phone: 0831.411516
Site: marinadibrindisi.it
Total no. of places: 638
Length meters max: 35
Pesc. max: 3-11 meters


ut all of the Group’s marinas are guaranteed by the excellence of the Marinedi brand, according to the “one brand, one standard” philosophy: with dedicated services, firm mooring fees, and highly qualified management and staff. In each of the Group’s marinas, every need of the yachtsman is met in order to ensure a comfortable stay and an unforgettable experience. The Marinedi group is involved in several initiatives in the Mediterranean area, and the various projects being implemented by the network are at different stages of progress. In the Adriatic, the network is active, in addition to the Marina in Brindisi, with the two marinas in Porto San Giorgio and Vieste.

Useful info

Phone: 06 44702081
Site: marinedi.com
Mail: info@marinedi.com

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