This summer choose to moor here. In the Mediterranean’s first network of marinas

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Marinedi


Marinedi
is the first network in the Mediterranean that brings together several ports and marinas scattered all along the Italian coast. The Marinedi network has fourteen ports and marinas with the same logo and especially the same minimum level of services. Mooring at a network port allows, among other things, standard services, just like in hotel chains.

The benefits for those who moor at a network marina

The
Marinedi Group
is a network that covers the entire Italian Mediterranean and beyond. Choosing to leave your boat in a group marina means securing a standard level of service, which, for example, you will find in another marina in the network. This means that if you take a berth in the Marina of Chiavari this year, but next year you prefer to move to, for example, Brindisi, you will find the same level of cleanliness, services and comfort. In addition, the whole part related to contracting also becomes more agile and quicker to deal with.

Marinedi: Ports and marinas along the entire Italian coast, including islands

The network of marinas of the Marinedi Group is present with its 6,000 berths scattered in 14 marinas and ports along the Adriatic, Tyrrhenian and Ionian coasts. On the Ionian Sea lies the
Marina of Porto San Giorgio
, perfect for sailing to Croatia and very convenient to reach by train, plane or car. In fact, in less than an hour you can reach Ancona and Pescara, while in just two hours you can reach Rome. In Sardinia, the network is present with three different ports in the south of the island, where you will find, for example, the beautiful
Marina of Teulada
. It overlooks the inlet of Porto Budello, about 7o kilometers from Cagliari, a port area that lies in a stretch of coastline rich in natural oases and bays dotted with vegetation.

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