Via Roma 1, 80079 Procida (NA), Italy
GPS: 40°45’57.0″N 14°01’55.1″E / 40.765839, 14.031977
The new Marina di Procida lies on the N side of the island of Procida, just under two miles off Capo Miseno on the Italian mainland. Situated immediately E of the busy commercial port, it offers nearly 500 berths for yachts of up to 30 metres. Shelter is good in all conditions, although entry and exit is difficult in very strong N winds.
The marina lies at the NE end of the island. From distance, a prominent fort on the headland above the marina is a good landmark. The ferries constantly entering and leaving the commercial port immediately W of the marina are also a good guide. The marina is entered from SE , skirting the curved protective mole that shields the marina entrance from N.
Marina staff will assist with berthing if contacted in advance. Yachts berth on laid moorings on seven pontoons and associated quays. Depths on the pontoons range from 1.5 to 3.0 metres.
The marina is 10 minutes from the shops and restaurants of the town of Procida.
Nestled in the historic center of the island where the Marina is located in the water adjacent to the commercial port and overlooking the waters of the Procida channel, the strait between the islands of Procida and Monte di Procida and with views of Capo Miseno, and on the Vesuvius. Located in the heart of the Gulf of Naples is a paradise for the boater nautical, always well ventilated, with many shelters, bays and crystal clear waters. A few miles from the other celebrated islands, Ischia and Capri, and allows for itineraries that are rich and beautiful in all seasons, with quick connections via sea, such as Naples and the Amalfi Coast. The Marina di Procida is an important reference for the yachting in the Mediterranean, even for large yachts up to 30 metres, not only for its incomparable geographical location and strategic, but above all for its mediterranean charm. It has 491 berths up to 30 metres, in water depths up to 3 meters.
Max. load: 45 Tn
Residual water collection