Piazza Palombari dell´Artiglio 4, VIAREGGIO, Lucca, 55049, Italy
GPS: 43°51’40.9″N 10°14’11.9″E / 43.861360, 10.236640
Viareggio port is located in Tuscany, northwest coast of Italy. With availability for 560 boats up to 18 meters in length and 3.5 maximum draft, it consists of an outdoor spring and 6 internal pier. Madonnina and Europe docks are intended to sailing boats, while Italy dock for both shipyard services and pleasure boats. This port has great infrastructure for large-scale technical tasks as it has crane, travel lift, ramp, dock and garage. It also covers basic services such as water, electricity, wi fi, weather information, between many others.
The city of Viareggio is the most northerly port on the Tuscan coast of NW Italy, situated some 20 miles S of the Gulf of La Spezia. Originally a malaria-infested fishing settlement, prosperity dawned in 1739 with the final draining of the coastal marshes and the establishment of Viareggio as an important trading outlet for the powerful Republic of Lucca 13 miles inland. The first protected basin was constructed here in 1823, followed by five additional basins over the next 150 years, turning the city into a major fishing, transport and shipbuilding hub. Its mile upon mile of safe, sandy beaches have also enabled Viareggio to build a lucrative tourism industry which today is the major contributor to its revenues. Today the harbour offers the cruising yachtsmen a wide range of mooring options as well as some of the most experienced boatyards in Italy for yacht repairs and all kinds of fabrication. Superyachts are built here at the yards of Benetti and Parini Navi, amongst others.
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