Marina di Pescara

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WorldMediterraneanAdriatic SeaItalyAdriatic Coast of ItalyPescaraMarina di Pescara
Port of Entry
42°28.019'N, 014°13.871'E Chart icon.png
Marina di Pescara
Radio VHF channel 06
Phone +39 (085) 454 681
Fax +39 (085) 454 6833
E-mail [email protected]
Berths 1000
Max. length 50 metres
Max. draft 3.0 metres
Fuel Fuel dock (24 hrs)
Water Yes, on berth
Electricity Yes, 240v
Toilets Yes
Showers Yes
Laundry Yes
Internet WiFi
Cable TV No
Hours 24/7
Address Via Papa Giovanni XXIII, 65100 Pescara, Italy
More notes about the marina
The four buoys mark the port side of the entrance channel to Marina di Pescara
Marina di Pescara moorings

The Marina di Pescara is one of the largest marinas along the central Adriatic coast of Italy, with a total of 1000 berths for yachts up to 50 metres. However, the depths in the entrance and the marina itself are relatively shallow and deep draft yachts need to take great care. Entry is difficult and even dangerous in strong onshore winds in view of the depths.


Contact Marina di Pescara on VHF channel 06 prior to entry.


The town of Pescara straddles its own river and can be identified from distance by a cluster of tall aerials on the hills behind. Closer in, the buildings of the city and the long detached breakwater protecting the harbour will be seen. A tall white-painted lighthouse is also conspicuous on the S bank of the canalized entrance to the river. To enter Marina di Pescara pass to the SE end of the curved breakwater that protects the marina, which will be evident from the numerous yacht masts. The marina is entered from SSE between this breakwater and a short western mole. It is important to pass down the centre of the channel bounded on port side by a series of four orange buoys and on the starboard side by the marina breakwater, leaving each buoy about 10 metres to port. Depths in the channel are variable between 2.5 and 3.5 metres and if in doubt call the marina on channel 06 and a RIB will guide you in. Yachts drawing over 2.5 metres should not attempt to enter.


Berthing assistance is available on request (24 hrs). An electric buggy will take you from your berth to the control tower to complete the formalities.


  • Club house
  • Restaurant
  • Pizzeria
  • Snack bar
  • Shopping centre
  • Chandlery
L'altroporto Soc. Coop.servizi ai naviganti, Porto Turistico "Marina di Pescara" - 65126 Pescara, Contact: Alessandro Mene +39 320 6440780, Office Tel. +39 085 690234, Email: [email protected],


Yard on site. Managed independently Contact:

DBS srl, L.Mare Papa Giovanni XXIII, 65126 Pescara, Italy
Tel. +39 (0)8561231 Fax. 0854915075; [email protected]

Two slipways. Two travel lifts (40 T and 100 T). Mobile crane (15 T). Indoor and outdoor storage. Engine, electrical and electronic repairs. Wood, steel and fiberglass hull repairs. Sail repairs. Paintworks. Divers.




The marina is just over the pedestrian & bicycle bridge from the town center. It is located in a small suburb of the city, with many shops and restaurants around.


Marina di Pescara provides free use of bicycles. Central station has good bus and train service. Car rentals available at the central station and at other locations throughout the city, depending on seasonal demand.


Current price (May 2015) for typical 13 metre yacht: Euros 55.

For the latest prices see Price Listing.


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