Molo Ponte Morosini, 21, 16126 Genova, Italy, Liguria, Italy
GPS: 44°24’40.4″N 8°55’27.4″E / 44.411229, 8.924278
In Marina Porto Antico, you’ll find your berth in Genoa equipped with a large range of services in a reserved environment located close to many restaurants, stores, shipyards and shipchandler’s shops.
The land part is enriched by the numerous shops, bars, supermarkets, newsstands, apartments and convenient parking options: in addition to the public parking lot there is a private parking area for our boaters.
The quay service is provided 7 days a week by our experienced boatmen who take care of our customers’ boats and ensure a pleasant stay in comfortable berths within our Marina.
The structure is ideal both for boaters who want to visit Genoa on a short berth , and for boaters who seek a safe haven to shelter their boat all year round, even during winter: the presence of the outer breakwater at the port of Genoa, alongside the high quality of the structures of our docks and associated mooring equipment, make Marina Porto Antico one of the safest harbours of Liguria.
The great vicinity to Genoa’s Christopher Columbus airport, to Principe train station and to the motorway exit of Genoa West, make it easy to reach any destination.
The Marina Porto Antico is located in Liguria, in the ancient port of Genoa. Set like a gem of ancient fishing area of the city, it is considered one of the most picturesque marinas and elegant in Italian. The port is located in a strategic position just 5 kilometers from Genoa and is well connected by motorways.
The port is also located in the hub of the eastern Mediterranean, adjacent to Portofino and to the French Riviera and a short drive from both the Sardinia from Corsica. The Port Marina Porto Antico has 270 berths, intended for vessels between 10 and 75 meters. Inside the dock of the port can accommodate smaller vessels, with a length between 5 and 7 meters.
The marina is situated in the Porto Vecchio (Old Harbour) of Genoa, which is protected by a long detached breakwater, Digo Foranea and lies at the eastern end of the port. To reach the Porto Vecchio, leave the eastern end of the Digo Foranea to port and pass the Marina Fiera di Genova and Marina Abruzzi to starboard before entering the Porto Vecchio. Be alert to possible ship movements in and out of the basin, as it is used by several ferry lines. The Marina Porto Antico is in the second basin to starboard, past the moorings of the Marina Molo Vecchio
Max. load: 30 Tn
Residual water collection
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