Via Marina Piccola, 80067 Sorrento NA, Italy
GPS: 40°37’45.7″N 14°22’33.4″E / 40.629369, 14.375953
The port of Marina Piccola, situated in a small cove of the Sorrento peninsula, formerly called Marina di Capo Cervo, named after the hill above it, is just a few steps from Piazza Tasso in Sorrento center. The port enjoys a strategic position in the Gulf of Naples, close by the main tourist attractions of the Sorrento and Amalfi Coast and the Islands of Capri, Ischia and Procida. It is well connected to the center of Naples and the main archaeological sites of Pompeii and Herculaneum. The marina consists of a pier with a wharf and a typical outer breakwater enclosing a harbor within which are moored pleasure crafts. Famous for the efficiency and quality of service offered by its mooring crew, the tourist port of Marina Piccola in Sorrento, ensures the ability to meet all needs, from the daily transit mooring to weekly and monthly one, and the seasonal stopover. We are able to accommodate pleasure crafts with a maximum draft of 6 meters, with assistance upon arrival and departure, day and night surveillance, supply of running water and electricity of 220-380 V. In this website, you will find all the information and services offered by the Tourist Port of Marina Piccola.
The Sorrento Marina Piccola is located in Napoli (Italy). It has 250 berths for boats 40 feet maximum length and 6 meters maximum draft. All guests who moor there will have access to very basic services, such as water and electricity. For those who would like to carry out maintenance work or need to repair their boat, the marina Marina Piccola has a dock and crane. The marina consists of a pier with a wharf and a typical outer breakwater enclosing a harbor within which are moored pleasure crafts.
Max. load: 7 Tn