Yachtsport Resort SA Marina & Sailing Base

Al Lago, 6614 Brissago
Switzerland
Telephone +41 917 931234
Fax +41 917 931236
info@yachtsport-resort.com

Hall map

boot 2018 hall map (Hall 13): stand F33.2

Fairground map

boot 2018 fairground map: Hall 13

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 04  Services
  • 04.04  Training/Schools
  • 04.04.01  Sport Boat/Navigation Schools

Sport Boat/Navigation Schools

  • 04  Services
  • 04.04  Training/Schools
  • 04.04.02  Radiotelephone Operator's Certificate

Radiotelephone Operator's Certificate

  • 04  Services
  • 04.04  Training/Schools
  • 04.04.04  Other Training

Other Training

  • 04  Services
  • 04.05  Marine Tourism and Charter
  • 04.05.07  Boat Hire

Boat Hire

  • 09  Surfing/Windsurfing/Kitesurfing/Parasailing/Stand-Up Paddling
  • 09.02  Services (Surfing/Windsurfing/Kitesurfing/Stand-Up Paddling)
  • 09.02.01  Trendsport Schools

Trendsport Schools

  • 13  Marinas/Docks/Harbor Facilities
  • 13.01  Marinas/Berths
  • 13.01.01  Marinas/Yacht Harbours

Marinas/Yacht Harbours

  • 14  Beach Resorts
  • 14.01  Watersport Hotels

Watersport Hotels

  • 14  Beach Resorts
  • 14.02  Beach Hotels

Beach Hotels

About us

Company details

The YACHTSPORT RESORT is a maritime leisure and holiday facility in the Swiss Canton of Ticino, located on a prominent exposed lake property directly on Lago Maggiore. The lakeside environment around the YACHTSPORT RESORT is famous for its extraordinary water sport conditions; the local thermal winds ensure consistently ideal sailing weather. The facility offers, among other things, a holiday hotel, a motorboat and sailing school, and a Mediterranean marina with comfortable storage spaces for sport dinghies, as well as maintained berths for yachts up to 50 feet long.

The sailing base in the marina of the YACHTSPORT RESORT is part of the Nationales Segelzentrum and is used as a training site for squad training and training camps as well as a venue for regattas. As such, it is also open to sailing enthusiasts from around the world, including foreign sailing clubs and class associations.

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