Via Del Castillo, 17, 18038 Sanremo, imperia
GPS: 43°49’01.6″N 7°47’13.1″E / 43.817105, 7.786967
San Remo lies on the Ligurian coast of Italy at the western end of the Gulf of Genoa, just over 10 miles E of the French border. It is the first major port encountered by yachts cruising eastwards from French into Italian waters. Today the town is a bustling, if slightly faded, resort, with a lively cultural scene, an elegant old casino, a huge flower market and some spectacular mountain scenery just a few kilometers inland. Yachting visitors berth either in the busy Porto Pubblico or the much larger, better-appointed (and more expensive) Portosole Marina.
The large and modern Portosole Marina is immediately to starboard on entering the harbour. In the basin there is room for over 800 yachts on laid moorings on a total of nine pontoons and quays. Maximum length 90 metres. Maximum draught 7.0 metres. Shelter here is good in all conditions.
Portosole Sanremo has a marina among the most popular of the Mediterranean which is located in the province of Imperia. And ‘docking point of Sanremo, the beautiful city of flowers, as well as arrival and departure point for exploring the beautiful Liguria and neighboring villages. This is the newest of the city port and Blue Flag for its services.
Portosole Sanremo is a great and functional harbor. Many of the boats that dock in the port are luxury yachts. The port is well equipped with many amenities, such as those insured by specialized shipyards and workshops, as well as those reserved to the guests and their needs.
Max. load: 30 Tn
Max. load: 750 Tn
Residual water collection