Sudcantieri - Marina di Maglietta
Via Fasano 23/31, 80078 Pozzuoli, Naples, Italy Country: Italy

T:+39 815 261 140
F:+39 815 261 140
E:info@sudcantieri.it
W:www.sudcantieri.it
Contact:Marina Maione, Francesco Gargiulo

LAT/LONG 40°49.53'N/14°06.8'E
VHF 72
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In the Gulf of Pozzuoli and between Capri and Ischia and Procida islands, Sudcantieri is in the middle of Phlegrean Fields, about 10 minutes from Naples. An organisation complete of boat places that has behind a large shipyard for the laying-up, with skilled labourers and equipments placed on location. In front of the quay exists a protection reef, there are floating wharfs starting from the quay and they have little columns with water and electric power (until 250 A for a Big M/Y). The docking place can host 200 boats 65 mt long and it is equipped with: petrol pump, cars and motorcycles parking, “club house” with internet point, pull table, jim, video room, toilets with hot water showers supplied, hygienic services and dressing rooms, VHF 72 radio assistance and wireless network connection. A surveillance system is active for 24h and a hospitality desk service is provided to perform every costumer request: taxi booking, car and scooter rent, laundry service and delivery on board, plane and train booking, hotel and restaurant booking, courier coordination for goods shipment.

Berth Information
Price Guide
Air Access
25-30m berths
40
High season
POA€
Int'l airport
20km
30m+ berths
20
Low season
POA
Airfield
-
Berthing
Stern To
 
 
Heliport
6km
Max length
65m
 
 
 
 
Max draught
8m
 
 
 
 
Max beam
15m
 
 
 
 
Facilities available at Berth
electricity, fresh water, fuel, sewage removal, parking, security cameras, WiFi
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