Here’s where to leave the boat safe with all the amenities (even ashore!)


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Boaters know that there is port and harbor to keep the boat moored, and often it is not just a matter of price. There are perfect places to pamper your boat, and have it pampered when you leave it moored. One of the landmarks in the Upper Adriatic is called Marina Punta Gabbiani, and it has some exclusive services.


Why keep the boat here?

The Marina Punta Gabbiani is one of the very few places in Italy, for boats from 6 to 25 meters, that has the marina for in-water boats (300 places) and the ” drymarina( 300 places) for dry boats. The special feature is that the exact same services are offered in both marinas, including water, electricity, wi-fi, guarding, “black water” service for each individual boat, TV outlet. In addition, there is the shipyard, one of the best equipped in the Mediterranean with four travel lifts, two cranes, painting department and joinery. Here they specialize in any kind of work, from small repairs to complete refits. Exclusively for guests there is also a “club” with two swimming pools and two heated whirlpools (open year-round), garden, playground, mini club, washing room, bike sharing (including electric), bar-restaurant-pizzeria. Everything within the marina, nothing is missing!

To find out the mooring price and reserve your berth, just click

You can contact the
Marina Punta Gabbiani
in a very simple way,
by clicking here
to enter the marina’s digital booth at Milan Yachting Week. From there you can fill out the
mail form
to send all your inquiries, to find out info on costs, prices and get a detailed explanation of how the marina’s services work.



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