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Marina Di Portofino

Portofino, Italy

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The most famous harbor in the world is set in the middle of a natural promontory formed by the inlet of Portofino Bay and it reaches the small square of the village.
Marina di Portofino offers 14 mooring places for pleasure boats and Super-yachts on the dock, all with water and electricity links, as well as 2 places for Mega-yachts in Cannone Bay.
The logistic-administrative office and the Management are situated in the famous little square and the premises have a special room for Marina di Portofino clients.
In this site you will find all the information necessary and the services offered by Marina di Portofino, which is open 365 days a year, and you will be able to book a mooring place directly.
Marina di Portofino is also in accordance with the international ISPS code.

Coordinates: Lat 44°18’, 18N Long 09°12’, 83 E
Description: Portofino harbour is completely docked, except for the two moorings at Cannone Bay.
Dangers: be careful of two shallows with surfacing rocks: one is situated in front of the building of the Local Maritime Office just below sea level, the other (0.5 m.) is starboard the fuel station.
Entry times: see regulations
Entry: you must wait at the port mouth and contact the port service on channel 12VHF. Speed limit below three knots and you must give way to boats coming out.
Lighthouses and lights:
1675 (E1244)- white flashing lighthouse, 5 sec. intermittence , 15 M. capacity on the tip of Portofino.
1680 (E 1246)- green flashing light, 3 sec intermittence , 7M. capacity on the inside corner of the Maritime Authority building.
1684 (E 1248)- red flashing light, 3 sec intermittence, 7M. capacity on Punta del Coppo.
Seabed: muddy with a good resistance
Soundings: near the dock from 1.4 to 4 - near the buoys from 1 to 1.7- in the port from 0.5 to 16 M.
Radio: VHF Channel 12
Boat places: 16
Winds: southwest-sirocco winds
Side wind: gregale
Lee wind: from the northwest
Nearest safe roads: Santa Margherita Ligure and Rapallo
The transit dock, Molo Umberto I, is situated opposite the entrance to the port and it allows the mooring of boats up to 40 metres long (over 40 metres with the permission of the Local Maritime Office), as well as 8 buoys which allow mooring without touching the bottom up to 18 metres.
Cannone Bay has two mooring places without service supplies for mega-yachts.


  • Street: Piazza Martiri dell’Olivetta 23/1
  • Postcode: 16034
  • City: Portofino
  • Country: Italy


  • Telephone: +390185269580
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