Marina di Brindisi

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WorldMediterraneanAdriatic SeaItalyAdriatic Coast of ItalyBrindisiMarina di Brindisi
Port of Entry
40°39.644'N, 017°57.867'E Chart icon.png
Marina di Brindisi from N
Radio VHF channel 08
Phone +39 (0831) 411 516
Fax +39 (0831) 414 381
E-mail [email protected]
Berths 638
Max. length 35 metres
Max. draft 10 metres
Fuel Fuel dock (0600 - 2000)
Water Yes, on berth
Electricity Yes, 220v
Toilets Yes
Showers Yes
Laundry Yes
Internet WiFi
Cable TV No
Hours ?
Address Via Dar­da­nelli 2, 72100 Brin­disi, Italy
More notes about the marina

Marina di Brindisi is a new marina situated in one of the most sheltered parts of the port of Brindisi, the inlet of Seno di Bocca di Puglia, half a mile N of the entrance to the middle harbour. It will be clearly seen to starboard once past the breakwater that extends S from the conspicuous fort of Castello del Mare. In addition to providing over 600 berths on its nine pontoons, the marina also operates a 7,000 square meter shipyard.


Contact Marina di Brindisi on VHF channel 08 prior to entry. For advance reservations, telephone or e-mail.


In the approach to Brindisi from both N and S, keep at least 500 metres off the headlands at either end of the bay of Brindisi to avoid the rocky reefs extending off them. The entrance to the outer harbour is between the mile-long northern breakwater extending from Punta Riso and the shorter southern mole extending out from the coast to the mini-archipelago of Isole Pedagne. Once inside, head for the passage between the ferry terminal and the conspicuous fort of Castello del Mare on a heading of WSW to enter the middle harbour. Turn to starboard immediately after passing the breakwater off the Castello del Mare to enter the marina.


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


Berthing assistance is available.


  • Clubhouse
  • Restaurant, pizzeria and bar (all closed out of season)
  • Shopping centre (closed out of season). There is a well stocked mini-mart 5 minutes walk from the marina's entrance
  • Fitness centre and swimming pool (planned but not in evidence April 2013)
  • Minimarket
  • Supermarket (little store closed out of season April 2013)
  • ATM


Boatyard on the site (7000 square metres). Slipway. Travel lift (100 T). Hard standing. Indoor storage. Engine, electrical and electronic repairs. All kinds of hull repairs. Sail repairs. Divers.


Good (24 hr).


The marina is 4.5km from the town. The airport taxis charge €25 to go from the airport 5 minutes to the marina (April 2013)! The marina recommends Roberto +39 330939820 who "only" charges €15 from airport to marina. He charges €15 for a ride from Marina into town


  • Buses to Rome and local destinations.
  • Local flights to Rome, Naples, Milan, Bolgona and Pisa from Brindisi airport.
  • Trains to Bari, Lecce and Taranto and most major cities.


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