via Massaua 59, 30016 Jesolo, Italy
VHF: 09 or 16
GPS: 45°32’12.5″N 12°43’22.6″E / 45.536809, 12.722947
The Marina di Cortellazzo is situated near the town of Cortellazzo on the W bank of the river Piave on the Adriatic coast of Italy. The river enters the sea eight miles NE of the entrance to Piave Vecchia and 16 miles NE of the Porto Lido entrance to the Venetian Lagoon. The marina offers a total of 124 berths for yachts up to 15 metres, but in shallow water of barely a metre.
The entrance to the river Piave lies at World icon.png 45°31.68′N, 12°43.68′E on the Adriatic coast of Italy, eight miles NE of Piave Vecchia and 16 from the Porto Lido entrance to the lagoon of Venice. The entrance is prone to silting and depths can be as little as 1.5 metres at low water. Entry should only be attempted close to high water and on a rising tide. The deepest water is indicated by a fairway marker buoy and marker posts leading into the river. Enter in the middle of the channel, keeping at least 10 metres off the posts. Entry should not be attempted in strong onshore winds. The Marina di Cortellazzo is situated on the left bank of the river 1,000 metres upstream from the entrance, past the smaller marina of Nautica Boat Service.
Berthing assistance available on request. Berths are on four pontoons laid out from the riverbank. All berths have mooring posts for four-point mooring. Note: at low water the depths at the pontoons are barely 1.0 metre.
Boatyard. Slipway. Travel lift (80 T). Fixed crane (15 T). Hard standing. Engine, electrical and electronic repairs. Wood, steel and fiberglass hull repairs. Divers.
The marina is close to provisions and other shops in the town of Cortellazzo.
Marina di Cortellazo is hosted by the small town with the same name, which is located only minutes away from the centre of Jesolo, in northern Italy, between the rivers Sile and Piave. This marina is also known as Port Cortellazo and it is situated in the region of Veneto, not far away from the city of Venice. Cortellazo offers its guests an authentic image of the old tradition of the maritime culture. It is a fishing village where traditional restaurants offer fresh dishes and a delicious local gastronomy. Sun seekers will be delighted by the 11 most beautiful beaches in Italy that can be found here and its wide variety of festivals that are meant to entertain locals and travellers from the four corners of the world. In Jesolo, everyone can spend a magnificent time at the Aqualandia, while visiting the Sand Nativity or while boat touring the surroundings. Great summer resorts can be found here and tourists can accommodate at hotels like the Hotel Colomno, the Hotel Maracaibo, etc.
Service Station for ships