What will ports look like in summer 2020? VIDEO


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After the delicate “phase two” we are facing now what will happen to the ports? What are marinas doing and what will happen this summer? We see him with Amedeo Ferrigno, the director of the Villasimius Marina.

What will ports look like in summer 2020?

Dockside rumors say that true at the entrance to each Marina they will take your temperature, that social distance will have to be maintained on the docks, that the facility bathrooms will be sanitized, and that there will be spacing even between boats at the berth. Let’s see what’s true by talking to Amedeo Ferrigno, the director of the Villasimius Marina

This port, part of the Marinedi group, is one of the most important in Sardinia. It has 840 berths for boats up to 60 m in length). Let’ s try to answer all questions and debunk some “dock rumors.”

Here’s how marinas are doing in this delicate phase 2, and what will happen this summer. We give you a little preview: it will be much simpler than you imagine.


Ferrigno’s appeal

“It’s time to rediscover our Sardinia. Come quietly to Villasimius, there will be no problems: you will be able to sail in beautiful waters and, this year, certainly less crowded,” this is Ferrigno’s appeal.



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