Porto Romano SpA Marina di Santa Marinella

Viale Roma snc, 00058 Santa Marinella (RM) - Lazio
Italy

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boot 2018 hall map (Hall 14): stand H11

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boot 2018 fairground map: Hall 14

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

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Product category: Marinas/Berths, Marinas/Yacht Harbours

A marina nestled in the village

Marina di Santa Marinella is just a doorstep away from Capo Linaro, a historical destination for nautical tourism located to the north of Rome. The majestic silhouette of the XIV-century castle “Castello Odescalchi” rises upon the city. The marina is located at the heart of the city centre of Santa Marinella, also called the “Pearl of the Tyrrhenian Sea”, and it is a popular seaside destination close to Rome.
In-fact, since ancient times, the town has been a traditional haven for the Roman bourgeoisie.

All services and commercial activities that you need for your stay in the boat are available in the village of Santa Marinella, of which the marina is an integral part.

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Product category: Marinas/Berths, Marinas/Yacht Harbours

The highest comfort for yachtmen

The moorings in the marina are Mediterranean type, prepared on fixed and floating docks protected by an imposing breakwater dyke, which guarantees clear and calm waters for most part of the year.
During summertime, right on the terrace above the dyke, you can enjoy delicious cocktails perhaps, taking advantage of the show offered by one of the many sailing events that take place in this area.
It is worth pointing out that the historic “Roma per tutti” regatta, which runs there and back between Civitavecchia and Lipari, also starts in these waters.
Under the castle walls you can find the dry stack port, which allows boats up to 7.5 metres in length to stop ashore. This is possible at any time thanks to a 1,500kg coin-operated jib crane – an exclusive service for the ship owners staying in Marina di Santa Marinella.
The marina is integrated in a stretch of coast where there are many beaches and natural coves, one of the most striking is Banzai Beach, which is situated south of the port. Banzai Beach became one of the main spot for surfing enthusiasts, with aficionados in all the Mediterranean area.
Even diving and underwater fishing enthusiasts will appreciate – without any doubt – its seabed conformation, characterised mainly by rocks and coves, habitual lairs for many different species of Mediterranean marine life. Here you can live everyday your passion for sea trips, diving and underwater photography thanks to the educational activities and games organised by the Diving Center in the Marina. The Diving Centre carries out – in compliance with health and safety rules- diving courses (individual and groups) for all levels of experience in the most charming dive sites in the area.

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Product category: Marinas/Berths, Marinas/Yacht Harbours

Sailing. A true passion!

Marina di Santa Marinella enjoys an ideal climate, fanned by cool air that blows down from the Monti della Tolfa in summer and sheltered from cold north-easterly winds by the same mountains in winter. This makes it the perfect place for sailing, which explains why it has become a reference point for small monotype boats, from the Laser to the Optimist, the Este 24 and the Melges 24.
In fact, the Circolo Nautico Guglielmo Marconi, which has its headquarters here, organises various regattas, including the Este 24 winter championship. Moreover, the Planet Sail association from Bracciano moves to Santa Marinella for the Optimist, Laser and 29er regattas, as the weather conditions are better here in winter than on Lake Bracciano. What is more, the historic “Roma per tutti” regatta, which runs there and back between Civitavecchia and Lipari, also starts in these waters.

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A marina nestled in the village
Marina di Santa Marinella is just a doorstep away from Capo Linaro, a historical destination for nautical tourism located to the north of Rome. The majestic silhouette of the XIV-century castle “Castello Odescalchi” rises upon the city. The marina is located at the heart of the city centre of Santa Marinella, also called the “Pearl of the Tyrrhenian Sea”, and it is a popular seaside destination close to Rome.
In-fact, since ancient times, the town has been a traditional haven for the Roman bourgeoisie.

All services and commercial activities that you need for your stay in the boat are available in the village of Santa Marinella, of which the marina is an integral part.

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