Vento di Venezia Srl Venezia Certosa Marina

Isola della Certosa SN, 30141 Venezia
Italy

Telephone +39 041 5208588
Fax +39 041 5222497
info@ventodivenezia.it

This company is co-exhibitor of
Marina di Portisco SpA

Hall map

boot 2018 hall map (Hall 13): stand E45

Fairground map

boot 2018 fairground map: Hall 13

Our range of products

Product categories

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

Our products

Product category: Marinas/Docks/Harbor Facilities, Marinas/Berths, Marinas/Yacht Harbours

Megayacht Mooring

VENEZIA CERTOSA MARINA offers to megayachts up to 60 metersstrategic moorings in the heart of Venice, in a quiet location, surrounded by greenery and away from the crowds of tourists.

A 30-minute water-taxi ride from Venice International Airport and 10 minutes from the magical Piazza S. Marco.
 
The moorings are well sheltered from the prevailing winds and tidal currents are moderate; the depth at berth is from -3.5 to 7 meters.
 
Electrical supply up to 63 Amps (220-380 Volt).

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Product category: Marinas/Docks/Harbor Facilities, Marinas/Berths, Marinas/Yacht Harbours

VENEZIA CERTOSA MARINA

VENEZIA CERTOSA MARINA is strategically positioned between Venice, the Lagoon and the open sea.

For anybody seeking itineraries off the traditional tourist routes, Certosa provides easy access not only to the classic destinations of Murano, Burano and Torcello, but also to less known islands: explore the fascinating and historically precious Lazzaretto Nuovo, managed by our friend Gerolamo from Ekos Club, Sant' Erasmo Island, to be discovered by bike (ask to Tonino, owner of the Lato AzzurroB&B) with its wonderful Maximilian Tower and the green spaces for agricultural activities, as the one of La Maravegia guys Davide and Samuele or I Sapori di S.Erasmo of Finotello brothers, where the most part of Venice vegetables is produced, and the marvellous and fully decorated San Francesco del Deserto Island, managed by Franciscan Friars Minors. 

Furthermore, thanks to the port entrance proximity, guests can easily reach the nice and fully serviced beach of Lido, a few minutes far from Certosa, where the Venice Movie Festival takes place every year in September. 

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Product category: Marinas/Docks/Harbor Facilities, Marinas/Berths, Marinas/Yacht Harbours

MOORINGS

With its 300 moorings up to 60 mt in length and draft up to 7 mt,VENEZIA CERTOSA MARINA is one of the few harbors of the territory able to accommodate deep-draft megayachts, on floating and numbered docks protected by a breakwater of 4mt width.

Every mooring, oriented towards the prevailing winds direction, is provided with Venice Connected wi-fi connection, water and electricity, with single-phase and tree-phase connection.

The Marina, supervised 24h/24 and 7 days/7, gives to his guests reserved restroom with showers and laundry service.

The Marina includes a boatyard for the construction and maintenance of traditional Venetian craft, techni­cal support facilities for all kinds of leisure craft, training and promotional activities for water sports and a nautical school. 

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About us

Company details

VENTO DI VENEZIA - CERTOSA ISLAND
The Marina Vento di Venezia is a functional and welcoming center located in the heart of the Park of the Lagoon, situated in a historically relevant position between the center of Venice and the harbor entrance of Lido.

Strategically placed in the lagoon landscape, the Marina is a point of reference that provides services for nautical and outdoor activities for the leisure time and can accomodate every kind of boat, deep-draft mega yachts included.

Mooring in Certosa is like having a pied-à-terre in Venice without the chaos and high prices of the city center. In the meantime, it is an amazing opportunity to appreciate, conveniently guided, the navigation in the Lagoon, and to discover the most hidden islands and restaurants that only Venetians know.

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