April 19, 2023

One of our favourite area in Italy is the Naples area region, rich of art, history, archaeological treasures and Eno gastronomic experiences. Most of the vessels stay at anchor but in case you will need a berth option, here below some hints and suggestions.


Marina di Stabia

The marina is set in the heart of one of the world’s most sophisticated areas, near Sorrento, Capri, Amalfi and Ravello. It offers a lot to those who enjoy a truly unique yachting experience. The marina is a new superyacht facility that can accommodate vessels of max 85mt LOA.The Marina is located at 30 minutes distance from the International Airport of Naples, well connected through a direct highway and it ‘s close to the main attractions of Pompei and Ercolano



Marina di Cassano (close to Sorrento) 

It is located between the Gulf of Naples and the Amalfi coast. The marina is nestled in an old fishing village and offers modern tourist facilities. Max LOA 55mt. The city of Sorrento is well famous for its shops selling ceramics, lacework and marquetry

Photo credits:https://marinadicassano.it/


Amalfi (Pontile Coppola)

 Pontile Coppola is considered one of the most well-equipped, modern and professional marinas in the Salerno Gulf. It is positioned in the sheltered, covered and safe corner of the Port of Amalfi- protected from all-weather/sea conditions. Max LOA 35mt


Ischia (Old Port)

Ischia’s main port is situated north- east of Ischia, in the heart of the Island close by the shopping area, restaurants, the most attractive monuments, and museums. The port welcomes vessels up to 55 LOA at the right side of the port


Ischia (Casamicciola)

The port of Casamicciola is located in the north of the island and can host vessels till 80 mt LOA . The spot is close by a helipad that works also during nighttime.



The Marina of Capri is on northern shore of the Island of Capri, at Marina Grande. It is adjacent to the commercial port and both are located inside a natural bay which provides shelter from the wind. The bay is also protected by two stone breakwaters.

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