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The berth for your yacht in the brand new marina in the heart of Mediterranean Sea
Hire one of the best positioned berths of the port, identified by the code B-29, for your yacht up to 55 ft. Either for a short period or for the whole season, your only need will be to think how to enjoy your time in this beautiful region.
For any information or inquiry on price and availability, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Close to the south entrance in one of the best positions of the marina, in front of the exagonal platform with bar and restaurant, the berth offers easy access and plenty of space for docking your yacht. Access to the pier is allowed only to the shipowners.
To increase your comfort, a reserved garage directly in the marina is also available for parking your car close to the berth.
The berth is serviced by electricity, water and Wi-Fi connection. The marina has both petrol and diesel pumps, a pump-out facility and 24-hours VHF monitoring and mooring assistance for when the wind kicks up.
About 3.500 square meters of additional commercial space, in realization, will ensure there's no shortage of places to eat and shop, while a 20-tonne lift will enable you to lift your yacht, i.e. for annual service checks.
The port is close to the village Marina di Pisa, with all services and comforts you may need. The Cosmopolitan Golf & Country Club () is only a short drive away.
A taxi service support your mobility necessity and enables a comfortable and rapid access to the local Airport of Pisa (15 mins travel).
Exclusive properties directly in the marina complete the offer.
"Few marinas in the Med are better located than Boccadarno Porto di Pisa. Owners of smaller boats can cruise upriver into Pisa, but it's offshore where the real treats lie. Italy's stunning Cinque Terre are an easy cruise up the coast, while to the south is the Tuscan Archipelago, a group of diverse islands stuck in time with sleepy towns and anchorages all to yourself. Corsica is also within cruising distance - an island you could happily spend a whole season exploring".
Source: Motorboat & Yachting, July 2013