Onda Marina

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WorldMediterraneanAdriatic SeaItalyAdriatic Coast of ItalyCesenaticoOnda Marina
44°12.278'N, 012°23.996'E Chart icon.png
Onda Marina, Cesanatico
Radio VHF channel 11
Phone +39 (0547) 81 677
Fax +39 (0547) 75 7477
E-mail [email protected]
Berths 300 (25 transit berths)
Max. length 23 metres
Max. draft 2.5 metres
Fuel Fuel station outside the basin
Water Yes, on berth
Electricity Yes, 240v
Toilets Yes
Showers Yes
Laundry No
Internet ?
Cable TV No
Hours ?
Address Via Andrea Doria, 5 47042 Cesenatico - Ponente (FC), Italy
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Onda Marina, Cesanatico lies on the Adriatic coast of Italy, 14 miles NW of the port of Rimini and 22 miles SSE of the harbour of Ravenna. The marina provides a total of 300 berths for yachts up to 23 on the Adriatic coast of Italy, 14 miles NW of the port of Rimini and 22 miles SSE of the harbour of Ravenna. The relatively restricted depths in the entrance mean that the harbour is only suitable for entry in settled weather and close to high tide. Depths in the entrance are 2.5 - 3.5 metres and in the marina basin from 3.0 - 3.5 metres. Shelter in the marina is good, although entry to the approach channel can be difficult in strong onshore winds.


Contact Onda Marina on VHF channel 11 prior to entry. For advance reservations, telephone or e-mail.


A tall skyscraper about half a mile S of the habour is conspicuous from distance. Entry to Cesenatico is via a narrow channel between two short breakwaters extending NE from the shore. Depths at the end of the channel are only 2.5 - 3.0 metres, increasing to 3.0 - 3.5 metres as you pass up the channel. There is a shoal patch of only 2.0 metres barely 50 metres off the entrance and the approach should be made from NNW to avoid it. Needless to say, entry should only be attempted in settled weather, paying close attention to the depthsounder. The marina entrance is to starboard about 500 metres up the entrance channel and through the first basin under a lifting bridge.

Note: Along this stretch of the Adriatic coast tidal ranges can exceed 1.0 metre at springs, so judging the tides right can make a significant difference to safe access in most of the shallower harbours.


Berthing assistance available on request. Berths are on three long concrete piers and associated quays. Laid moorings at all berths.


  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Car parking


Slipway. Hard standing. Travel lift (50 T). Fixed crane. Engine, electrical and electronic repairs. Wood and fiberglass hull repairs. Sail repairs.




The marina is around 200 metres from the facilities of the town.


Taxis to railway station and airport.


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