Marina San Giusto

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WorldMediterraneanItalyVenice to TriesteTriesteMarina San Giusto
Port of Entry
45°38.853'N, 013°45.407'E Chart icon.png
Marina San Giusto, Trieste from NNW
Radio VHF channel 77
Phone +39 (040) 303 036
Fax +39 (040) 322 4933
E-mail [email protected]
Berths 226
Max. length 24 metres
Max. draft 17.0 metres
Fuel Station planned but not operational (Feb. 2011)
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 Molo Venezia 1, 34121 Trieste, Italy
More notes about the marina

Marina San Giusto is situated in a small basin, enclosed by an L-shaped floating pontoon, at the SW end of the Porto Vecchio/wiki/Marina_San_Giusto#Porto_VecchioHarbour icon Porto Vecchio [[Marina San Giusto#Porto Vecchio|Porto Vecchio]] 45°38.854'N, 013°45.407'E of Trieste on the NE Adriatic coast of Italy. The marina lies immediately E of the large yacht basin of Bacino Sacchetta, where all berths are in concession to yacht clubs. The marina currently provides 226 berths for yachts up to 24 metres, plus 13 alongside berths for ‘megayachts’. Depths in the basin are 5.0 - 17.0 metres.


Call Marina San Giusto on VHF channel 74. Alternatively, telephone or email in advance for berthing information and reservations.


The approach to Trieste and the Porto Vecchio is well buoyed and free from dangers. Three detached breakwaters SW of the Porto Vecchio are conspicuous in the approach from S, while in the approach from N the lighthouse of Faro della Vittoria, on a hill behind the suburb of Barcola two miles N of the Porto Vecchio, is a good landmark. Closer in, the numerous yacht masts at the SW end of Porto Vecchio are clearly visible. The marina is entered at the NW corner through a narrow gap in the wavebreak pontoons that protect it. Shelter is good in all conditions, although a full-scale “bora” might make some berths dangerous.


Berthing assistance available on request. Berths are on pontoons, catwalks and floating wavebreak pontoons. Most berths have finger pontoons; the berths for larger vessels have laid moorings tailed to buoys. The very largest, so-called ‘superyachts’ berth alongside. The inner, most southerly berths are accessed via electronically-controlled retractable pontoons.


  • Yacht club
  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Swimming pool (planned)


Boatyard. Slipway. Travel lift (60 T). Mobile crane (100 T). Fixed crane (200 T). Hardstanding. Engine, electrical, and electronic repairs. Wood, steel, and fiberglass hull repairs. Sail repairs. Divers.


Good (24 hr and CCTV).


The marina is immediately next to the numerous leisure developments around the Porto Vecchio.


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


For the latest prices see Price Listing.


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  • Data compiled from web research (please update if possible)--Athene of Lymington 18:23, 3 February 2011 (UTC)

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