Marina Lepanto

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WorldMediterraneanItalyVenice to TriesteMonfalconeMarina Lepanto
Port of Entry
45°47.658'N, 013°33.900'E Chart icon.png
Marina Lepanto, Monfalcone from W
Radio VHF channel 09
Phone +39 (0481) 45 555
Fax +39 0481 44082+39 (0481) 44 082
E-mail [email protected]
Berths 250
Max. length 20 metres
Max. draft 6.5 metres
Fuel No fuel station
Water Yes, at all berths
Electricity Yes, 240 V, at all berths
Toilets Yes
Showers Yes
Laundry Yes
Internet WiFi
Cable TV No
Hours ?
Address Via Consiglio d’Europa 38, 34074 Monfalcone (GO), Italy
More notes about the marina

Marina Lepanto is at the town of Monfalcone, which is situated at the head of a small gulf 12 miles NE of Grado and 13 miles NW of the city of Trieste on the Adriatic coast of Italy. The marina lies a mile SE of the town, on the N bank of a mile-long canal adjoining the course of the River Timavo. It offers 250 berths for yachts up to 23 metres in depths of 3.0 - 6.5 metres.


Call Marina Lepanto on VHF channel 09. Alternatively, telephone or email in advance for berthing information and reservations.


For access to Marina Lepanto, head for the fairway buoy just over a mile SSE of the main harbour/wiki/Marina_Lepanto#main_harbourWorld icon.png main harbour [[Marina Lepanto#main harbour|main harbour]] 45°46.245'N, 013°33.958'E entrance. Follow the marked channel into the river, leaving the fishing settlement of Villaggio del Pescatore San Marco to starboard. Continue upstream for a further mile, when the river curves round to the W. The Marina Lepanto is straight ahead, half a mile further on, past a number of private pontoons. The marina itself begins at the eighth pontoon from the start. Depths in the channel are around 3.0 metres, but can be less at the lowest tides.


Marina Lepanto is a port of entry for Italy. For details see Entrance: Italy.


Berthing assistance available on request. Berths are on six pontoons with fingers.


  • Clubhouse
  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Swimming pool
  • Shopping area
  • Conference hall


All kinds of accessories installed, in particular radar, echo-sounders, GPS, auto pilot, VHF, bow thrusters, reinforced hydraulic gangways, 70-ton travel lift, boat trailers, dry-docking, 10-ton indoor gantry crane. Launching and dry-docking of vessels with hull cleaning, careful polishing, repainting, anti-fouling, fiberglass repairs, anti-osmosis treatments, thorough cleaning of insides with sanitizing treatments.




The marina is around a kilometre from the SE fringes of the town.


List transportation (local and/or international. Bus service to town?)


Current daily berthing price (January 2011) for typical 13 metre yacht: Euros 55.

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  • Data compiled from web research (please update if possible)--Athene of Lymington 18:14, 1 February 2011 (UTC)

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