Moving to Italy - marina lease prices on West and East coast.

OldColt

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Hi
Having searched the forums, I can’t find any posts on ‘permanent’/ annual fees for yachts in Italy (west or east coast).
The plan: buying a house in Italy to do up and run a business as well as buying a 2nd hand cruiser to live in and sail the med for a few weeks/ months a year.

What I’m looking for is a few suggestions of low cost (ha ha:rolleyes:)…. lower cost marinas and locations on the West or East coasts of Italy, for a 10-12m yacht for an annual berthing fee (ideally with lift out charges too).
Thanks in advance.
 

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Hello OldColt,

Sounds like there are a lot of decisions to be made before choosing a home port for a boat which still has to be bought.
Where in Bella Italia do you want to settle?

Cheers, G.
 

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Hello OldColt,

Sounds like there are a lot of decisions to be made before choosing a home port for a boat which still has to be bought.
Where in Bella Italia do you want to settle?

Cheers, G.
Within half an hour of a ‘relatively’ affordable marina and an hour or two of Rome, Naples or Bari airports. Probably in the South (Basilicata is a strong contender).
 

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I almost moved from Valencia to Genoa a few years ago. The marina at the airport is reasonably priced for my 8.5m boat. Covid got in the way and I've stayed put for now.
 

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I almost moved from Valencia to Genoa a few years ago. The marina at the airport is reasonably priced for my 8.5m boat. Covid got in the way and I've stayed put for now.
Thanks. Probably a bit North for me and we all have different ideas of what’s ‘reasonable’ 😬 but… what sort of figures were they quoting please?
 

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Thanks. Probably a bit North for me and we all have different ideas of what’s ‘reasonable’ 😬 but… what sort of figures were they quoting please?
this was actually last year when I checked again :

Berth dimensions 8,5 m x 3,20 m

Annual berth rental: € 3.500,00 + vat



We charge separately for electricity and water and depending on the berth available we charge:

  • Counter reading: € 0,36 + vat (22%) per kwh and € 0,004 + vat (22%) per liter of water
OR

  • Flat rate: € 20,00 vat included per month (that is € 240,00 vat included per 1 year).
 

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this was actually last year when I checked again :

Berth dimensions 8,5 m x 3,20 m

Annual berth rental: € 3.500,00 + vat




We charge separately for electricity and water and depending on the berth available we charge:

  • Counter reading: € 0,36 + vat (22%) per kwh and € 0,004 + vat (22%) per liter of water
OR

  • Flat rate: € 20,00 vat included per month (that is € 240,00 vat included per 1 year).
Thank you. Much appreciated.
 

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In the northern Adriatic I pay for a 12,1m boat Euro 2.200 + ital. Vat for a year on the dry. That includes the cradle. In and out is 220,- each.
A berth in the water would be around 4.000,- to 4.500,-.

Just an orientation. but the marina has a few drawbacks like having rather shallow and tidal approaches.

Best is to enquire directly and then negotiate.

Cheers G.
 

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In the northern Adriatic I pay for a 12,1m boat Euro 2.200 + ital. Vat for a year on the dry. That includes the cradle. In and out is 220,- each.
A berth in the water would be around 4.000,- to 4.500,-.

Just an orientation. but the marina has a few drawbacks like having rather shallow and tidal approaches.

Best is to enquire directly and then negotiate.

Cheers G.
Thank you. Much appreciated.
 

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Hello OldColt,

Sounds like there are a lot of decisions to be made before choosing a home port for a boat which still has to be bought.
Where in Bella Italia do you want to settle?

Cheers, G.
11.5m was €3.8k for 12 months in Licata (Sicily) '22-'23.
 

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In the northern Adriatic I pay for a 12,1m boat Euro 2.200 + ital. Vat for a year on the dry. That includes the cradle. In and out is 220,- each.
A berth in the water would be around 4.000,- to 4.500,-.

Just an orientation. but the marina has a few drawbacks like having rather shallow and tidal approaches.

Best is to enquire directly and then negotiate.

Cheers G.
where about in Italy? we use to keep our boat in Veruda, Pula Stria for about £4.5K a year
 

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