Via Capo Horn 4, 30013 – Cavallino Treporti (VE), Italy
VHF: 9, 16
GPS: 45°29’02.8″N 12°35’04.5″E / 45.484112, 12.584594
Marina del Cavallino is a marina on the W side of the river Sile on the Adriatic coast of Italy, which enters the sea eight miles NE of the Porto Lido entrance to the Venetian Lagoon. The marina is in a large basin just over half a mile from the river entrance, immediately N of the smaller basin of Marina del Faro. It offers 320 berths for yachts up to 30 metres in maximum depths of 6.0 metres.
Access to Piave Vecchia is via the mouth of the Sile river World , which is flanked by two moles extending into the sea among the miles of beaches lining this coast. The prominent Piave Vecchia lighthouse on the W side of the entrance is visible from some considerable distance. The entrance is narrow and a good lookout is needed for other vessels leaving the river, especially in poor visibility. Approach should be made on a course of around 335 degrees to keep in the deepest water. The better depths are on the W side, close to the lighthouse. The channel here is dredged to a depth of 3.5 metres. However, as with most of the harbours along this coast, entry is best during the last hour or so of the tide, which can add up to a metre to the depths in the entrance. Entry should not be attempted in strong onshore winds. The Marina del Cavallino is situated on the W bank of the river just over half a mile from the entrance, immediately N of the smaller marina of Marina del Faro.
Berthing assistance available on request. Berths are on seven pontoons and associated quays around the basin. Up to eight larger yachts over 25 metres can berth on the end of the pontoons. All berths have mooring posts for four-point mooring.
Slipway. Hard standing. Travel lift (50 T). Fixed crane (15 T). Engine, electrical and electronic repairs. Wood and fiberglass hull repairs. Paintworks. Sail repairs. Divers.
The marina is around 2 kilometres from the town of Cavallino and around one hour by boat from the centre of Venice.
Marina del Cavallino is situated in north-eastern Italy in the vicinity of the city of Venice, being a part of the region of Veneto. This marina is also known as Port Cavallino or Marina of Cavallino and it represents a main attraction for those who are passionate about nautical activities and sports. Boat owners who will choose to moor here will encounter a land of wonders and will have access to a wide variety of attractions, as well as to some of the most impressive hotels on this side of the Adriatic coast. Venice or Venezia is famous for its characteristic architectural elements, for its artworks, its canals and its surreal landscapes. There are more than 400 bridges in this city which is a top choice for honeymoons. Incredible palaces have been turned into hotels, offering each tourist the chance to relive what Italian ancestors lived on these marvellous lands. Those who are interested in exploring the city should not miss the Palazzo Ducale, the Basilica di San Marco, St. Mark’s Square, etc.
Occasional ferries into Venice.
Max. load: 15 Tn
Max. load: 70 Tn
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